Those who watch the CDC's maneuvers predicted it would happen, and now it has: The experimental mRNA gene therapy shots are now on the U.S. child vaccination schedule for children ages 6 months and up. The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) voted 15-0 to add them to the schedule.
As Steve Kirsch, executive director of the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation, noted, this means several things:
- The "emergency" can now end. They needed the emergency to be able to create EUA approval which gave them liability protection as long as the emergency existed. The emergency is no longer needed.
- The vaccine makers can now manufacture fully "approved" vaccines and have complete liability protection forever.
- The ACIP vote is just a recommendation. The CDC must add it to the schedule, but that's a slam dunk.
News reports said the CDC plans to post the new schedule soon; however, it already posted a schedule October 17, 2022, to its website that includes these shots. The move led many people to believe the schedule change was a done-deal even before the ACIP met.
An important thing to remember is that this doesn't mean the shots are automatically mandated across the nation; rather, individual states make their own decisions on which ones they want mandated in their state. However, states usually follow the lead of the CDC and add whatever the CDC recommends to their mandated schedule.