Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo has issued a warning to the public about the risks involved with Big Pharma’s latest mRNA “booster” shots.
Ladapo, Florida’s top health official, warns that the injections a “not a good decision for young people.”
In a statement, Ladapo said that the shots “are not backed by clinical evidence, but blind faith alone with ZERO regard for widespread immunity.”
In official guidance to patients and doctors, the Florida Department of Health added:
Based on the high rate of global immunity and currently available data, the state surgeon general recommends against the COVID-19 booster for individuals under 65.
Individuals 65 and older should discuss this information with their health care provider, including potential concerns outlined in this guidance.
This directly contradicts guidance from Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration.
The White House, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are endorsing the new injections for anyone over 6 months old, whether they’ve had a previous shot or not.
“We continue to live in a world where the CDC and the FDA, when it comes to COVID at least, are just beating their own path in a direction that’s inexplicable in terms of thinking about data and in thinking about common sense,” Ladapo said.
Ladalpo highlights that most of America now has “herd immunity.”
“With the amount of immunity that’s in the community – with virtually every walking human being having some degree of immunity, and with the questions we have about safety and about effectiveness, especially about safety, my judgment is that it’s not a good decision for young people and for people who are not at high risk at this point in the pandemic,” he said.
Florida’s Republican Governor Ron DeSantis agrees.
“I will not stand by and let the FDA and CDC use healthy Floridians as guinea pigs for new booster shots that have not been proven to be safe or effective,” DeSantis said.
In March, the CDC and FDA sent a letter to Ladapo, warning that he was fueling vaccine hesitancy and harming Florida’s seniors.
Ladalpo is not alone in his skepticism.
“Pushing a new COVID vaccine without human-outcomes data makes a mockery of the scientific method and our regulatory process,” Drs. Marty Makary and Tracy Beth Hoeg said in an op-ed.
“If public health officials don’t want a repeat disappointing turnout of Americans who get the COVID booster shot, they should require a proper clinical trial to show the American people the benefit,” they added.
Just 17 percent of Americans received one of the bivalent doses, which were made available in the fall of 2022.
The new vaccines replaced the bivalents.
“The CDC is advising the children get these boosters when there’s no evidence that children receive any benefit and clear evidence that they receive harm,” Dr. Robert Malone, who helped invent the messenger RNA (mRNA) technology the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines use, recently warned.