Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) declared Covid jabs shouldn’t be administered to babies as it hasn’t been determined whether the mRNA “vaccines” combined with other childhood injections could cause them harm.
DeSantis made the comments at a press conference Thursday, admitting there’s no data “in terms of how [the Covid jab is] reacting to traditional childhood vaxxes,” adding, “We just don’t know” whether babies could be harmed.
“I think … what people who are pushing the baby jabs are like, ‘Well, we don’t have evidence that it’s causing, therefore it must not be,’ but you just don’t know,” the governor stated, flanked by Florida Attorney General Joe Ladapo.
“I just think, I think Joe did very good because we were the only state in the country that didn’t do the baby jabs through our health department,” DeSantis highlighted.
“We said, ‘You know what? We’re not gonna be involved in doing this because there’s no benefit that’s been shown for it, there could potentially be harm for it, but to put it in a six-month-old baby, you know, that’s just fundamentally wrong.”
DeSantis’ press briefing marked the three-year anniversary of the infamous “15 days to slow the spread” lie, a fear-mongering mantra initially used by local and federal governments during the height of the Covid-19 scamdemic to gradually plunge the planet into a months-long lockdown.
Elsewhere during the conference, DsSantis demanded to know the extent of former NIAID Director Anthony Fauci’s foreknowledge of the Covid-19 outbreak and its origins.
“We need a full accounting,” he said. “We need to know about the gain-of-function research, we need to know everything about the lab leak, we need to know about the role of Dr. Fauci and all of this to make sure that he is held accountable,” DeSantis said, adding his team is working on bringing a case before a Florida grand jury.
He also called out the hypocritical lack of enforcement of Covid restrictions on BLM protests that took place that summer.
The governor’s criticism of the jabs will no doubt endear him to a faction of GOP and independent voters who have been waiting months for Republican frontrunner Donald Trump to make similar comments, as speculation lingers over DeSantis’ potential 2024 presidential prospects.
Watch the full presser here: