US President Joe Biden said Thursday that he “strongly supports” reviewing vaccination for children under 5 and will do anything in his power to provide the FDA with any needed resources to do this as quickly as possible. The creator of mRNA technology, Robert Malone has warned of the possible consequences of such a campaign.

Biden said at the press conference today:

“We know parents of children under the age of five are wondering when the vaccine would be available for the little ones. That’s a question I most often get asked now.”

The 46th president then went on by saying:

“I strongly support the independent scientific review of vaccine uses for children under five.

I’ll do anything in my power to support the FDA to do this safely and as quickly as possible.”

Biden’s support for the plan to inject under 5’s comes shortly after a grim warning by mRNA technology inventor Robert Malone during an interview on Infowars last month:

“The unfortunate truth is that we’re going to have many children die before people wake up. That’s what’s going to happen.

And now they’re going to launch clinical trials in basically very young children, two to three. Okay. There will be childhood death. There will be childhood damage, and it seems that we’re gonna have to have that for people to wake up, to get through this brain fog.”

Malone is one of many prominent doctors and scientists who have raised objections to the widespread use of mRNA vaccines, warning about their harmful effects on humans.

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