Uncle Sam: Vaccinate your kids, or I will!
As Pfizer looks to promote its COVID-19 vaccine as effective and well-tolerated in patients between the ages of 12 and 15, a year-long study kicked off last week into the effectiveness of the vaccine on patients as young as six months old. The age-old problem of how to best safeguard the well-being of children, and whether the conscience of parents or the dictates of government ought to take precedence in the matter, is in the spotlight. Investigative journalist and “Boom Bust” host Ben Swann joins News.Views.Hughes to examine the issue.
Georgia republicans voted to cancel a Delta tax break in retaliation for criticizing the controversial new election reform bill. Meanwhile, because of the same bill, President Biden and other Democrats are pushing to move the MLS All-Star Game from Atlanta. Does Georgia’s election reforms protect the integrity of the process or constitute what its critics allege is a “new Jim Crow?” Former Georgia state representative Dee Dawkins and Debbie Dooley of the Atlanta Tea Party join Scottie Nell Hughes to discuss.
Plus, RT America’s Faran Fronczak reports on the disturbing phenomenon of hackers breaking into home camera systems and other security cameras and making money off what they find, and RT America’s Natasha Sweatte explains why millions of dollars in goods are floating just beyond the port of Los Angeles and may go to waste before ever reaching land.