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(WATCH) U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert Speaks to FDA & VRBPAC Committee About Agency’s Unanswered Questions for COVID-19 Shots for Babies & Toddlers


Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX-01) spoke at the FDA’s VRBPAC meeting to raise critical, unanswered questions about the safety and efficacy of the experimental COVID-19 shots for babies and toddlers.

Listen to Gohmert’s testimony in the open public hearing session below:

“I’m deeply concerned that the push to vaccinate these children is nothing more than a dystopian experiment with unknown consequences,” Gohmert said.

“Some of us have outlined these questions in a letter to VRBPAC but have not received any answers.”

Read the full list of unanswered questions in this letter signed by Louie Gohmert, Bill Posey, Ron Johnson, Ted Cruz, Ralph Norman, Mary Miller, Andy Biggs, Chip Roy, Dan Bishop, Lauren Boebert, Andrew Clyde, Thomas Massie, Warren Davidson, Jeff Duncan, Diana Harshbarger, Matt Rosendale, Vicky Hartzler, and Bob Good.

Gohmert also mentioned he’s working on legislation to hold vaccine providers liable despite of an emergency use authorization.

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“In conclusion, some of us have grave concerns that in balancing the risks to rewards here, all the risks are to the innocent children and all the billions of dollars of rewards go to the government-protected pharmaceuticals,” Gohmert said.

“If Republicans get a majority, they may need to have a bill, I’m working on it now, to allow civil and criminal liability to vaccine providers and accessories despite an EUA.”

“We got to care more about the children,” he concluded.

Watch the full VRBPAC meeting HERE:


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