New York Introduces Scholarship Lottery to 5-11 Year Olds Who Receive COVID-19 Jab
The bribery to get kids inoculated with this biologic agent is relentless.
WLT brought you the story of an Austrian brothel allowing access to an on-site COVID-19 jab clinic for kids as young as 14.
New York has entered the ballgame with their plan to incentivize parents to get their kids inoculated.
The state announced a scholarship lottery for children ages 5-11.
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Parents of 5-11-year-olds who’ve received at least one dose of the experimental COVID-19 injection can enter their child to win one of 50 full scholarships.
The scholarships apply to any two- or four-year SUNY or CUNY school.
It’s another disgusting attempt to prey on children and get them inoculated by any means necessary.
Like many states did with adults, the lottery will surely entice ignorant parents to sacrifice their innocent children to this cult.
If you live in New York and get your child vaccinated, you could win them a college scholarship. https://t.co/5JltjLPbqj
— CBS New York (@CBSNewYork) November 9, 2021
Governor Hochul introduced the appalling slogan, “Vaccinate, Educate, Graduate.”
Starting today, 5-11 year olds who get vaccinated can enter to win a full-ride scholarship to any New York public university or college!
Visit https://t.co/zxRqxDfXIq or call 1-833-697-4829 to enter.
— Kathy Hochul (@GovKathyHochul) November 9, 2021
The ‘Vaccinate, Educate, Graduate’ Vaccine Incentive Scholarship is a five-week public outreach campaign, running through December 19, 2021, and consisting of a series of statewide drawings to increase awareness of the availability and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines and provide incentives to New Yorkers 5-11 years of age to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Parents or legal guardians of any New Yorker who is 5 to 11 years of age and who has received at least their first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, may enter their child for a chance to win one of 50, four-year, full-ride scholarships (including tuition, fees, room-and-board, and expenses) to any two-year or four-year New York State public college or university.
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