Stanford Dr. Jay Bhattacharya Calls US COVID Response “Single Biggest Public Health Mistake in History” (VIDEO)

Stanford Professor of Medicine Dr. Jay Bhattacharya joined Cortez and Pelligrino on Friday night to discuss the Biden administrations insistence to vaccinate every child in the US for the dangerous and unpredictable COVID-19 vaccine.

During the discussion Steve Cortez brought up a recent study in the UK that found that only 6 children out of the nearly half a million COVID infections died from the disease. 19 other deaths were children with pre-existing conditions.

And yet the CDC and Biden administration insist on vaccinating children from a disease to them that is less lethal than the flu or drowning.

Dr. Bhattacharya has been a very brave voice of reason in the medical community for the past year.

In March of this year Bhattacharya called the nation’s COVID response the “worst public health mistake in the last 100 years.”

At the end of the interview tonight Dr. Bhattacharya said, “The lockdowns do not stop the spread of this disease and they cause absolutely catastrophic collateral harm. You know what we should do? Let’s have the Olympics in Florida with a full crowd. Why bother having it in a place where they don’t want to have an Olympics?… I think it makes no sense to have a lockdown again. And I hope that no state ever goes back to this. This was an enormous mistake and I think the single biggest public health mistake in history.

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