RFK, Jr. Rallies Health Freedom Advocates in Colorado
This past Sunday, the Colorado state Legislature’s House Health and Insurance committee held hearings on legislation which would make obtaining vaccine exemptions for children much more difficult and put in place an immunization tracking system for Colorado’s schoolchildren.
With only a 48-hour notice of the hearings—conspicuously held on a Sunday in an attempt to be inconspicuous—Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. travelled to Denver to lead a rally of approximately 3,000 health freedom advocates who oppose such Orwellian legislation.
Despite solid testimony from credible and well-educated citizens including physicians, the former chair of the Colorado Legislature’s health committee, and Mr. Kennedy, the vote went straight down party lines with seven Democrats in favor and four Republicans in opposition. The bill is now being debated on the floor of the Colorado House of Representatives.
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