Truly Disgusting… Biden Administration Paying Doctors To Push COVID-19 Vaccines

(Republican Party News) – According to reports from The New American, the Biden administration is currently offering big sums of cash to pediatricians to advise parents to push their children into taking the COVID-19 vaccine.

Back in December, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced that it’s “now requiring states to cover COVID-19 vaccine counseling visits in which healthcare providers talk to families about the importance of kids’ vaccination.”

The policy in question applies to all kids who are covered by Medicaid.

“Medicaid provides health insurance coverage to over 40% of all children in the United States and are [sic] a significant source of coverage for Black and brown children,” the CMS stated. Note the capital letter that was used to show which children the group considers to be the most important.

“According to a recent Washington Post report, the program could have been broader, covering vaccine counseling for patients on Medicare, too, but Health and Human Services Secretary (HHS) Xavier Becerra opposed the Medicare portion of the plan, arguing that it wasn’t needed because senior citizens already had a fairly high vaccination rate and because it could lead to fraud. Becerra’s lack of enthusiasm for even bigger government ‘incensed’ ‘some White House and HHS officials,’ who spoke to the Post for an article obviously aimed at getting rid of him,” the NA report continued.

“Still, the Medicaid portion of the plan is bad enough. Children, after all, are at practically zero risk of serious illness or death from COVID-19, but they are at significant risk from the vaccines. There is absolutely no reason for doctors to be pushing them to get vaccinated,” the report added.

That was, until the Biden plan came along. Many doctors’ groups actually lobbied for the Medicaid reimbursements because they claimed that members couldn’t afford to take time to talk to parents concerning the coronavirus vaccine.

Time stated in a report published back in December, “Pediatricians remain the most trusted source of information for Covid-19 vaccines. Overall, 77% of parents said they trust their child’s pediatrician or health care provider a great deal or a fair amount, and that trust remained high across party, race and ethnicity. Providers know this and they want to use their power of persuasion on each family. But they often have limited time and are also trying to help patients catch up on medical care they missed during the pandemic, ask about any chronic disease issues or figure out why a patient is sick now, and ensure parents know about regular annual vaccines their children still need.”

“You make an audible on the line of scrimmage every visit. If somebody has got a lot of genuine questions and the conversation is going well, you steal an extra three or four minutes for the conversation, and you take it out of the next visit,” [Dr. John] Waits[, CEO of Cahaba Medical Care in Alabama,] went on to say. “If a parent seems to really shut down, he might move on more quickly and revisit the issue another time,” the report said.

The current administration has an agenda of its own of course. Dr. Cameron Webb, senior advisor for equity who is a member of the White House coronavirus response team, went on to tell the magazine that the Medicaid reimbursement program is “critical … to combating mis- and disinformation,” which translates to anything that contradicts the official narrative on vaccines.

Since a lot of private insurers follow the lead of the government, they might begin covering vaccine counseling, which would end up with more kids getting the vaccine.

“How much cash doctors will actually get from Medicaid for vaccine counseling remains to be seen. Dr. Wendy Williams, chief medical officer for Coastal Family Health Center, a group of Mississippi clinics, told Time that “her clinics have been struggling to get reimbursed from the federal government for vaccinating uninsured patients throughout the pandemic. So far, she says they have been reimbursed for about 30-40% of those shots, which means the center has fronted the rest of the cost,” the NA reported.

“One can only hope the same thing happens with reimbursements for vaccine counseling, and not just because they’re unconstitutional. If, as studies show, doctors tend to prescribe certain drugs in greater quantities — even when they’re not needed and can lead to overdoses — when they are getting gifts from those drugs’ manufacturers, are they not likely to recommend vaccines that could be more harmful than the disease they are intended to prevent if Uncle Sam is paying them to do so?” the report concluded.

At the end of the day, it seems that Biden and his administration have some sort of deal struck up with Big Pharma companies like Pfizer and Moderna. They push the vaccine and help make these companies rich in exchange for them helping to continue the pandemic so the left can keep sucking power out of the hands of American citizens.

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