CNN Becomes Marketer of Investigational Products to Children

CNN Becomes Marketer of Investigational Products to Children

A CNN health reporter demonstrated just how biased the process of vaccine development, regulatory approval, and commercialization has become in the age of COVID-19. Perhaps such major media outlets have exhibited bias for a long time. Still, there isn’t even an attempt to hide the agenda during the pandemic, which is dressed up as educational but is much more of an advertisement. One could even call it propaganda. Biased, political players shouldn’t declare vaccine approval or authorization dates. They should manifest in the thoroughly independent, objective, and rigorous review process itself. At stake here is the mass vaccination of approximately 30 million children aged 5 to 11. Not once did CNN, nor any of the experts introduced, discuss a risk-benefit analysis. Instead, they pitched to the public that a highly expedited process will result in the mass vaccination process by Halloween.

CNN mainly appealed to parental fear in the recent piece, “A COVID-19 Vaccine for young children could be available by Halloween—here are 4 steps that must be taken first,” with the prominent image of three masked children sitting on a playground bench. In an interaction with the affable...

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