Conservative rising stars like Diego Morales form the next generation of patriotic populist fighters.
As I have posited since the early part of this year, the two I’s of Inflation and Immigration constitute the dual issues that are most salient to voters and the twin most glaring weaknesses of Joe Biden and his Democrat cronies. Those created crises still remain top of mind for most voters, and still make the strongest case for a red tidal wave in just over a week.
But the CDC just placed a third “I” effectively on the ballot, and it deserves inclusion as the latest critical issue, all over America: Injections, particularly for children. As I recently wrote in RealClear Politics:
“the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just delivered a stark rebuke to America’s parents. In a unanimous decision, its Committee on Immunization Practices voted to add COVID-19 vaccines to the regular immunization schedule for all children, starting at the age of 6 months old.
Clearly, American parents do not concur, as a mere 3.5% of parents have injected their babies and toddlers, aged 6 months to 5 years old. For school age children, a recent Kaiser Family Foundation study shows that only one-third of children aged 5-11 have received at least one shot.”
But this illogical CDC decision will sadly give a bureaucratic stamp of approval to tyrannical Democrat governors and mayors to inflict unnecessary and unscientific Covid vaccine mandates upon children. Politicians like Illinois Governor JB Pritzker and Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer will clearly use this CDC decision as cover to compel injections upon children to be enrolled in school and sports, against parents’ better judgement.
Parents have overwhelmingly decided against injecting their children for valid, evidence-based reasons. The new Big Pharma treatments carry measurable risks and side effects. Plus, the CCP Virus is statistically simply not a dire threat to children.
Parents, therefore, need political leaders willing to protect medical privacy and parental rights. Thankfully, brave, sensible conservative candidates across America stand up against this CDC madness, from sitting Governors like Ron DeSantis in Florida to challengers like Darren Bailey in Illinois and Tudor Dixon in Michigan.
In Indiana, Republican nominee for Secretary of State Diego Morales also stakes out a strong position opposing this cruel federal overreach.
By Steve Cortes