By AlaskaWatchman.com

A year ago, yesterday, the first shipment of experimental COVID injections landed in Anchorage on Dec. 14, 2020. To mark the occasion, Alaska’s Department of Health and Social Services created what was intended to be an inspiring slideshow video highlighting the efforts of Gov. Mike Dunleavy, Dr. Anne Zink and others in pushing the jab on Alaskans.

An accompanying email boasts that nearly 60% of Alaskans, five years of age and older, are “fully vaccinated,” including 19.2% of children between the ages of 5 to 11. “That wouldn’t have been possible without our state’s pediatricians and parents working together,” the email gushes.

Unsurprisingly, the state’s department of health fails to mention Alaska’s 2,095 adverse reactions to the jab, or the 32 deaths reported on the CDC’s VAERS website.

On the same day the state was celebrated its mass vaccination campaign, the globally renown inventor of mRNA technology warned parents to resist injecting their children with the jab. Dr. Robert Malone’s message, which we published here, describes the irreversible damage children can suffer from the shot, including bleeding from the brain, damage to the nervous system, heart, blood vessels, reproductive system and immune system and other serious side effects.

Dr. Malone adds that parents have been lied to by health officials who assert that children need to get jabbed in order to protect both themselves and others. Given the small risks that the virus poses to kids, and the known side effects of the vaccine, Malone said the shot provides “no benefit” for children or their families.

Who are you going to trust, an esteemed and highly respected giant in the mRNA scientific community, or Alaska’s Chief Medical Officer Anne Zink who simply parrots the ever-changing messages that spew from both sides of Dr. Anthony Fauci’s mouth?

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State of Alaska celebrates 1 year of experimental jabs

Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 20 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.