My Letter to the Associated Press Requesting Retraction of False Claim about Consensus on Vaccinating Children Against Covid | Vasko Kohlmayer | Notes from the Twilight Zone

To AP Investigative Team,

On December 15, 2021, your organization ran an article titled “How a Kennedy Built an Anti-Vaccine Juggernaut Amidst Covid-19.”

The article discussed the efforts of Robert Kennedy, Jr. to warn against what he perceives are the risks associated with the current Covid vaccines, and particularly how those risks pertain to children. The report was written by Michelle Smith with contributions from members of the AP’s investigative team.

The second paragraph of the piece reads as follows:

‘It is criminal medical malpractice to give a child one of these vaccines,’ Kennedy contended, according to a video of the event, one of his many assertions that ignored or went against legal, scientific and public health consensus.

The clear implication of the above is that there exists a broad positive consensus on the issue of vaccinating children against Covid-19.

This claim, however, is demonstrably untrue. Anybody who takes the trouble to do even a little research will quickly find out that no such consensus exists.

This is very easy to show. To wit, less than a week before the Associated Press filed its report, an international conference was held. It was co-sponsored by an organization called Global Covid Summit, which is an international alliance of physicians and medical scientists “committed to speaking truth about Covid pandemic research and treatment.” This organization has more than fifteen thousand members from around the globe, many of whom are recognized as top experts in their fields.

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