DR. PETER MCCULLOUGH (CARDIOLOGIST): It's what I call vaccine hubris. You know, none of the vaccines work well enough or safe enough to be taken up in such a hubris. They are certainly not good enough to be mandated in any way, shape, or form. And parents should be aware that Tracy Høeg from the University of California at Davis has published that a child is more likely to be hospitalized with myocarditis than be hospitalized with COVID-19 respiratory illness. So taking the vaccine is not a favorable trade-off. And Ron Kostoff has published an analysis, and these have both been presented to the FDA, that a child unfortunately is more likely to die after the vaccine than actually die with COVID-19, the respiratory illness. So it's not a favorable trade-off to have children vaccinated.