By Eric Daugherty
March 8, 2022 Updated 8:27 A.M. ET
WASHINGTON (FCV) – After Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo announced that the State Department of Health would be advising against healthy children receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki claimed he is “peddling conspiracy theories.”
“Is that a good policy?,” a reporter asked Psaki.
“Absolutely not … we know the science, we know the data and what works,” she replied.
“It’s deeply disturbing that there are politicians peddling conspiracy theories out there and casting doubt on vaccinations,” she said of Ladapo and Governor Ron DeSantis (R).
Ladapo, the medical doctor advising DeSantis and heading the Florida Department of Health, is not a politician.
Jen Psaki has a degree in English and sociology from the College of William & Mary.
Ladapo, a Nigerian immigrant, has a Bachelor of Arts degree in chemistry from Wake Forest University, along with a MD and PhD from Harvard. He also completed clinical training at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, part of Harvard. ladapo is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine.
The announcement from Ladapo was made during a roundtable hosted by DeSantis on Monday that delved into fake narratives and policies surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The Curtain Close on COVID Theater” made an effort to gather healthcare professionals like Dr. Robert W. Malone to demonstrate to the public that honest and non-manipulative members of the medical community are fighting for basic human rights.
Malone emphasized the “ethics” of allowing personal decision-making in deciding whether or not to get the COVID-19 vaccine due to the risk of adverse effects.
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