(Big League Politics) – A petition by members of the University of California family has been making rounds on the internet since its publishing on January 7th. The request made by its writers is simple: do not force the Covid-19 booster shot the same way the previous inoculations were mandated.
Big League Politics was also able to gather evidence that Google has censored the petition from circulation on their search engine since its release. Visual proof of their tactics will be shown near the end of the article.
“Dear Regents,” the petition begins. “We are members of the University of California family – parents, students, faculty, staff, and alumni – writing this urgent letter of concern to you, in consultation with expert clinicians, to request a time critical modification to UC’s COVID-19 booster vaccine mandate.”
The letter also paid the University of California administration a compliment with the authors writing “we fully understand and empathize with the difficult position the University administration finds itself in during this pandemic,” before then jumping into the crux of the argument, which focused on the safety of students.
“It’s clear that the University’s administration has not exercised sufficient circumspection in creating clearly delineated medically rational ‘off-ramps’ from the booster mandates for those who are already well-immune to COVID-19,” continued the letter. “It is a serious problem that a medically unnecessary third booster shot could prove dangerous and irreparably harmful in such already well-immune individuals.”
It was then brought up that the Covid-19 shot mandates have particularly brought upon large concerns for young men around the ages of 18-25. According to the letter, the risk of vaccine-induced myocarditis is four times higher in kids who have been previously infected with SARS-CoV-2. Also included in the statement was a link to an NIH-published study concluding that “the vaccine was associated with an excess risk of myocarditis.”
The petition concludes by pleading with the UC administrators to modify their booster mandate so it no longer applies to students of various criterias found below:
1) Individuals who, within the span of the past 12-24 months, have had a natural COVID-19 infection AND two mandated mRNA vaccine shots (OR the single shot J&J vaccine). These individuals are by clinical definition, very robustly immune. In fact, Dr. Anthony Fauci has labeled such persons, “bullet proof” with “hybrid immunity”. To vaccinate such already well-immune persons with an added booster by administrative mandate is medically unnecessary and, thus, only risks serious harm – possibly irreparably to some.
2) Individuals who had already received the prior mandated vaccinations, and who during this Christmas break experienced a “breakthrough infection” with the Delta or Omicron Variants. Like individuals in the first category above, COVID-19 immunity in these persons also meets the definition of “bullet proof hybrid immunity”. Additionally, to vaccinate such very recently infected/convalescent persons with a medically unnecessary booster vaccine carries a risk of triggering a dangerous hyperinflammatory response. This should be avoided at all costs.
3) Individuals whose second dose of the mRNA COVID-19 vaccine was less than 6 months ago. As you know, according to current FDA guidance, boosters are approved only for persons who underwent vaccination at least 5 months prior to boost. https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/coronavirus-covid-19-update-fda-expands-eligibility-pfizer-biontech-covid-19-booster-dose-16-and-17
4) Individuals, vaccinated or previously infected, in whom a licensed physician has ordered a personalized serological evaluation and attests that robust and protective COVID-19 immunity is already present. My own son falls in this category.
Urgent Communication Regarding Booster Vaccination in the University of California System
Investigations by BLP appeared to confirm censorship of the petition by Google, with it not showing up in any search results, even when going to the last page of possible findings. Search engine DuckDuckGo, by contrast, immediately showed the petition as a top result upon the search.
The phrase used for both searches in this example was “Urgent Communication Regarding Booster Vaccination in the University of California System,” which is the title of the aftermentioned petition.
DuckDuckGo, on the other hand, immediately showed the petition at the top of their search results.
Censorship by Google and other Big Tech conglomerates has been relentless as of late, so this story came as no surprise to the journalists of Big League Politics.