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Florida Surgeon General Offers Disturbing Advice About COVID-19 Booster

A White House official has confirmed that President Joe Biden’s administration is preparing another program to encourage Americans to get booster shots for COVID-19.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is tracking a new variant of the virus as experts say there is an increase in COVID-19 infections across the U.S. Despite this increase, infections remain far below levels seen during the pandemic.

The state of Florida, however, appears to be offering much different advice. Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo has advised against receiving the COVID-19 booster vaccine that is yet to be approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

The surgeon general argued that “very educated people” should not be telling you how to think. He suggests external influences may have alternative motives besides your health.

Instead, Ladapo told Floridians to trust their “resonance of truth.” He says to make your own decisions based on your convictions.

Ladapo raised concerns about the lack of clinical trials on humans. “There’s been no clinical trial done in human beings showing that it benefits people,” he explained.

“There’s been no clinical trial showing that it is a safe product for people,” he added, suggesting the updated vaccine could potentially cause cardiac injury.

Polls show that support for the COVID-19 vaccine and booster shots is declining significantly. Biden himself said the COVID-19 pandemic was “over” in September 2022. This hypocrisy hasn’t sat well with many Americans.

Despite the official fact-checks and medical experts who routinely insist that the COVID booster vaccine is “safe and effective,” polls indicate that many Americans are still skeptical.

Some Americans claim there are financial incentives and excessive profits of pharmaceutical corporations with monopolies on the COVID vaccine.

Pfizer saw its 2022 revenue surpass a record $100 billion as company CEO Albert Bourla vowed that everyone will have a “perfectly normal life with just injection maybe once a year.” Bourla received a 36% pay hike and netted $33 million through the pandemic.

Despite four doses of his company’s vaccine, the quadruple-vaxxed Pfizer CEO still tested positive for COVID last year in August 2022. Bourla stated that he was “thankful” to have received four doses of the vaccine at the time.

In March 2023, a staggering 40% of adults said they were very or somewhat concerned about the safety of the vaccine.

In the United States, 60% of adults said they had received at least one dose of the vaccine in January 2022. By March 2023, that number had dropped to 55%.

Ladapo previously criticized the use of COVID-19 masks and potential lockdowns. The most rigorous and comprehensive analysis of scientific studies conducted and published on the efficacy of masks for reducing the spread of respiratory illness, including COVID-19, show there is “no evidence that masks make any difference.”

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