TBR: Judge Young of Milam County wrote this article for The Cameron Herald. The question is are they following the science and who's funding the money for vaccines at $250. a pop.

The science told us early on children were not infected as much as adults. No need to worry other than those with poor health and underlying conditions.

Then we find out Fauci was lying about mask wearing to save healthcare workers and first responders.

Since the beginning we were told and they emphasized the number of cases and still do. Anyone who died in a hospital died of covid to matter what, the flu has all but disappeared. Try and find a chart that makes sense, a chart that in plain english tells you what the current situation is in your county.   Cases vs recovery vs deaths.


Maybe the worst is yet to come since finding out Fauci was directly involved in releasing covid 19 upon the world and has lied to cover it up. Misinformation has been paramont coming from science and if no one believes them it thier fault. On top of that Biden & Harris ran down the virus while Trump was leading the charge to get it to the public. Said they would not trust it..

Forcing or bribing Texans to take vaccines is not going to sit well no matter what the Judge says.



Fri, 06/11/2021 - 8:51am

Today, the Milam County Commissioners Court took historic action by unanimously voting to award each Milam County child between the ages of 12 and 17 a monetary incentive of $250 per child to get fully vaccinated. 

By so doing Milam County becomes the first county in Texas to take such progressive action to get children vaccinated. Getting the children vaccinated is essential to ending the pandemic. The cost of the incentive will be paid for with funds the County received from the American Rescue Plan Act.

There are approximately 2,400 children in Milam County between the ages of 12-17 years of age.  Children who are fully vaccinated are protected from becoming seriously ill or dying from the virus; do not have to quarantine if they come into close contact with an infected person, meaning they can stay in school and participate in extracurricular activities; and the educators and administrators are better protected from the virus. 


Today, many children get infected because they are not vaccinated.  Of those infected, 33 percent are placed in intensive care and five percent of those are placed on a ventilator.  So it is simply essential that our children get vaccinated.

Children between the ages of 12-16 must be vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine and those over 16 years of age can be vaccinated with either drug. Milam County will run a special children’s clinic at the Milam County Health Department on Thursday, June 10, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with the primary intent of vaccinating Milam County children.  We will run many other additional children’s clinics throughout the county beginning next week.

To be eligible for the incentive, the child must be between the ages of 12 and 17; must be a Milam County resident; and must be fully vaccinated, meaning they must have received both shots. Once the requirements are met, the parent(s) will receive a check from Milam County.

Throughout the pandemic Milam County has truly led the way to end the COVID-19 virus. Milam County was the first to provide free testing for its residents; the first rural county to provide mass vaccination clinics; and now the first county to offer an incentive to get children fully vaccinated. We ask every Milam County parent to get on board with the court and bring their eligible children in to get vaccinated. Let’s stop this pandemic!

The Cameron Herald

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