Robert Krakow, Headline News 4-16-19 Discussing Forced Vaccination Lawsuit, CHD is supporting.


Vaccine failure vs. failure to vaccinate. Many studies illustrate both types of vaccine failure as well as the concerning potential for vaccinated individuals to transmit disease to others. In a 2017 measles outbreak in vaccinated individuals in Israel—reported on by the CDC—all but one patient had laboratory evidence of a “previous immune response” (secondary vaccine failure), and the one patient who did not display such evidence reported nonetheless having received two doses of vaccine (primary vaccine failure). In addition, the index patient—the one who launched the chain of transmission—had received three doses of measles-containing vaccine. In a 2011 measles outbreak in New York City, “all cases had prior evidence of measles immunity,” and a twice-vaccinated individual—whose “clinical presentation” was just like natural measles—was shown to have transmitted measles to others. Currently there have been over 9000 cases of mumps but that isn’t getting media scrutiny. In MMR-related lawsuits against Merck, former Merck scientists avow that Merck “fraudulently misled the government and omitted, concealed, and adulterated material information regarding the efficacy of its mumps vaccine in violation of the FCA [False Claims Act].” According to a report by Huffpost, the company’s “far-ranging” fraudulent activities were designed to help Merck monopolize the mumps vaccine market, even though Merck “expected outbreaks to occur” as a result of its shoddy vaccine. Lastly, The MMR vaccine contains aborted fetal cells. This is strictly against the religion of many. America was founded upon religious independence. The state should not Force vaccinate anyone against their will and religion. Doing so for the greater good is a slippery slope and against American values.

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