UK Bans COVID-19 Drug For Children, Naomi Wolf Explains [VIDEO]
“So they literally harm the chances of your little boy child to grow up normally as a male human adult.”
In the United States, the COVID-19 drug is still widely considered by the mainstream to be one of the best options when it comes to fighting the coronavirus. When asked about the COVID-19 drug, famed doctor, Anthony Fauci admitted, “For reasons we still don’t fully appreciate, the immunity that you get from prior infection, as well as from vaccination lasts literally for months to a year and not lifetime, like we see with smallpox. So we are going to have to get this virus to a low enough level that it doesn’t disrupt the social order right now. We’re not there yet.”
While the Biden administration asks for more funding for testing and research, in the United Kingdom, the Health Security Agency recently banned the COVID-19 drug for children ages five to 11.
With the United Kingdom banning the drug for children, Dr. Naomi Wolf, an outspoken voice against the COVID-19 agenda, appeared on The War Room with Steve Bannon and discussed how the UK no longer offered the drug for children in this age range. “The vaccines hurt the testes and hurt the parts of the testes that develop the masculinity and secondary sex characteristics of little boys, and baby boys, and teenage boys. So they literally harm the chances of your little boy child to grow up normally as a male human adult.”