What’s worse: County wasting tax dollars (again) or possibly endangering children (again)?
Posted by Buzz Beeler @BeelerBuzz on 22nd June 2022
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Baltimore County wants to ensure everyone is vaccinated, and Baltimore County is willing to spend OUR tax dollars to spread the jabs to both infants and non-residents. (Photo Credit: Baltimore County Facebook via Baltimore Fishbowl)

Folks, we fully understand that there are two sides of the vax/anti-vax fence. Both sides can lob bombs across at each other, and we’re not getting involved in that debate.

What we are getting involved in is Baltimore County’s continued foibles regarding vaccinations.

We’ve reported in the past about the county’s mandates for employees. We’ve talked about how the county has hidden behind the pandemic for everything from school system issues to non-responses to Public Information Act requests.

Today, we’re sadly bringing a new issue to the forefront related to Commie Johnny’s goal to get everyone jabbed, regardless of the costs involved. And those costs involve both money and health/welfare.

Per the Baltimore Fishbowl, Baltimore County will now be broadening the vaccination efforts to include infants as young as 6 months old.

Baltimore Fishbowl on Twitter: “Baltimore County is now providing COVID-19 vaccinations for children as young as 6 months. People don’t need to be Baltimore County residents to get vaccinated; they just need an appointment, said county Health Officer William Branch. https://t.co/WWhbUDIG9l / Twitter”

Baltimore County is now providing COVID-19 vaccinations for children as young as 6 months. People don’t need to be Baltimore County residents to get vaccinated; they just need an appointment, said county Health Officer William Branch. https://t.co/WWhbUDIG9l

Again, there are supporters and detractors of vaccinating children, so we’re not debating that. We are, however, questioning whether all the facts are being taken into consideration when issuing a blanket order to stick needles in the arms of infants.

The long-term studies say … um, well … actually, there are NO long-term studies to guide us here. The only information we’re getting is either from the drug companies (who have a vested interest in producing more vaccine doses) or the CDC (which is not as reputable as we’d like it to be).

But jabbing infants with a vaccine without knowing what health effects may follow is not the issue that’s most disturbing to us. Here’s the part of the Baltimore Fishbowl story that makes our blood boil:

Children – or anyone else getting vaccinated – do not need to be Baltimore County residents; they just need an appointment, said the county’s health director, William Branch.

“Come one, come all,” Branch said. “If you make an appointment, we will vaccinate you. We have no problem with that at all.”

Really? Our tax dollars are supplementing the vaccination program, yet we’re going to throw open the doors to anyone regardless of where they reside?

Since when has our county been so flush with cash that we can just start offering health services to residents of other counties, or states, or even countries?

Typical Commie Johnny BS. Throw open the doors to anyone and let the future generations figure out how to pay for it.

Baltimore County has WAY too many issues plaguing our citizens without adding more BS from a liberal progressive (socialist) county executive. Between the sanctuary status, the rising violent crime rates, the police force in total disarray, the absolute mess of a school system, and the fact that our county continues to bend to the will of developers and political cronies, we have enough on our plates.

Yet, Commie Johnny and his health officer want to start slinging vaccinations like they’re free.

But they aren’t. There are costs that will hit our proverbial wallet and the health and well-being of future generations.

Are you prepared to pay those costs? That’s something you’ll need to think about before you cast your vote in the upcoming elections.

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