Those who are pushing children to take the COVID-19 vaccine despite its dangers are now exploiting Santa to encourage kids to get the vaccine.
A sickening propaganda video paid by the New Jersey Health Department on Youtube features a child writing to Santa asking for a COVID vaccine instead of games and toys as Christmas gift as first reported by RAIR foundation.
The taxpayer-funded propaganda video entitled “Best Gift – Child” was uploaded on November 30 on the Youtube platform. It has received over 1.9 million views since then. Despite the huge amount of views, the video currently has 4 likes. It only shows the ad is not well received by the people.
Youtube previously announced that they will make the “dislike count” hidden from the public. The comments section is also turned off.
“Dear Santa. I don’t want games. I don’t want toys. Just get me the COVID vaccine,” says the innocent kid on the video.
New Jersey’s Department of Health also tweeted out the tax-funded video on their official Twitter account.
Did the covid vaccine make your wish list for Santa this year? There’s no better gift than peace of mind.
— NJDOH (@NJDeptofHealth) December 9, 2021
The propaganda video is similar to the Pfizer ad’s telling kids they’ll become superheroes if they get vaccinated and another with Big Bird enticing little kids into taking experimental COVID-19 vaccines.
The Gateway Pundit previously reported on Dr. Robert Malone, the inventor of the mRNA vaccine, who warned parents about the dangers of vaccinating children who have already had COVID-19 and have natural immunity.
Dr. Malone: It is a bad idea to provide this sharp spike, literally, this spike protein into people using RNA vaccine if they already have strong immunity from their prior infection. It causes damage. And here’s the sick sad thing. A lot of estimates that a lot of our children have already had natural infection. Now, Tony says that 50% of our children have symptoms. Well, that’s true. They have symptoms that include a runny nose, they have symptoms that include a sore throat. That is totally misleading. That is typical of Tony. He selects his facts. They don’t represent what’s going on. But over half of the kids it appears have had natural infection already. Which means, even though they were excluded from the clinical trials they’re at higher risk for adverse events if you go ahead and vaccinate them.