COVID-19 vaccine for kids like Hitler Youth, child predators - pundit

Publication Date07 November 2021
Speaking to Fox News, Ownes directly responded to incentives recently pushed by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, who offered $100 for children getting their first vaccine dose at public schools or municipal-run sites.

Owens slammed it as "not a good incentive" and told the news outlet that "there's something about this that feels like a child predator."

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She further compared these to the youth programs orchestrated by Nazi Germany and Stalinist USSR, being, in her view, similar cases of "schools and the government issuing these brain-washing doctrines."

Owens described this current situation to Fox News as a "dystopian nightmare," and urged parents to "take control of their children" and to "realize the government is trying to step in as the parent."

The comments follow the recent push by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advisers to vaccinate children with the Pfizer vaccine. The pharmaceutical company has leaned into this, even releasing a new commercial featuring children who were part of their clinical trials dressed up as superheroes, though instead of fighting crime, they fight COVID-19.

This is not the first time Owens has shared views critical of vaccine mandates.

In late October, she revealed on Twitter that she has yet to be vaccinated and boasted of how she "survived the greatest psychological fear campaign in history."

Before that, she came out in support of NBA player Kyrie Irving and boxing champion Floyd Mayweather for fighting vaccine mandates.

Her opposition is so prominent that a medical facility in Colorado refused to grant her a COVID-19 test due to her views.

"I've just learned of this testing request and as the owner of this business am going to refuse this booking and deny service," Aspen COVID Testing co-founder Suzanna Lee wrote in an email to Owens, as revealed in early September by MarketWatch.

"We cannot support anyone who has proactively worked to make this pandemic worse by spreading misinformation, politicizing and DISCOURAGING the wearing of masks and actively...

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