Biden admin’s push to get kids vaccinated could ignite new battle with American parents

President Joe Biden and his administration, for reasons unknown — because it’s certainly not based on available science — are absolutely bent on sticking COVID-19 vaccines in as many young children’s arms as possible.

As the Washington Examiner reported, the Biden administration appears to be gearing up for yet another radical push — this time to encourage parents to take their children in for a COVID-19 vaccination.

Many political pundits believe the Biden admin’s new mission will backfire as bad, if not worse, than the Democrats’ attempt to take away any control parents have of what’s happening in their children’s classrooms.

The new push comes in the wake of what the Biden admin was ultimately waiting for — the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) recommendation for parents to take children ages 5-11 in for a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.

Political commentator John Pitney seemed especially concerned that parents will use the issue as their “next battleground,” as if there’s something wrong with parents questioning the science behind vaccinating children who have a remarkably low risk of experiencing serious COVID-19 incidents.

“Even though school districts have required other kinds of vaccinations for many years, the anti-vax forces will use schools as their next battleground,” Pitney said. “There may be even more misinformation than for adult vaccines.”

“This time we will hear the same rhetoric we heard about critical race theory, with an emphasis on parental control,” Pitney added.

It’s stunning that Democrats will likely attempt to seize upon the push to vaccinate children, against the wishes of millions of parents across the country, even after their bloodbath last Tuesday which resulted from parental pushback on subjects like critical race theory.

Weirdly enough, at the end of the day, many have called for Democrats to keep doing what they’re doing, as the ultimate result will likely be a red “tsunami” in the 2022 midterms, the likes of which hasn’t been witnessed in modern U.S. history.