Severino at Health and Human Services (DHHS-OCR) WANTS You To Complain About Vaccine Mandates!

Severino at Health and Human Services (DHHS-OCR) WANTS You To Complain About Vaccine Mandates!

By Kent Heckenlively, JD

The Bolen Report

Since I published my article claiming that the new Division of Conscience and Religious Freedom at Health and Human Services is the PERFECT  vehicle to challenge mandatory vaccines (and read by more than 130,000 people) I have been besieged by people asking if I really believed it.

I did.

But now I have PROOF I was on the right track!!

Now you have to get off your ass and help me (and yourself).

.Page 5: Assuming VAERS captures 1 percent of adverse events (which is more than is
estimated), then the number of adverse events reported to VAERS in 2016 would reflect for
that year 5,911,700 adverse events, 43,200 deaths, 109,100 permanent disabilities, 413,200
hospitalizations, and 1,028,400 emergency room visits. If accurate, these figures are very

 I have come into possession of an email from somebody who has met with the new director, Roger Severino, formerly of the Heritage Foundation, and the answer is an UNDENIABLE YES!!!  I have put in italics the section from the person who MET with Severino, and in bold the call to action from the lovely person who sent me the email.

“The new director of this civil rights section at HHS is Roger Severino.  He came to our meeting yesterday morning and briefed us on the new release.  Severino was formerly with the Heritage Foundation.

He mentioned some very interesting points.  One point that stuck to me was this: In the past it was always necessary to go to Congress if you did not like an agency regulation.  With this new administration things have changed.  One can go directly to the agency and file a complaint, and his staff will take it up and handle it.  He recommended religious groups who are experiencing problems file complaints with HHS.  He said they have the power to change regulations.

Following his talk I met with Severino personally and asked him about the mandatory requirements for kids to have the full battery of vaccinations in California, and that they were not granting religious exemptions.

I told him that a friend of mine had just moved her entire family to Utah, as she refused to have her kids do the full battery.  He was very interested, knew a bit about it and said that his office was looking into it, and that the person should file a formal complaint.  In this way the machinery to do something could be activated.

I think we should encourage everyone we know, who has experienced discrimination because of a refusal to vaccinate, or an invalidation of their religious or personal belief exemption (fits under “conscience”), or an inability to file a religious or personal belief exemption, or difficulty in having the exemption accepted, to file a report with the new HHS Office for Civil Rights.  Flood the office, and let them see how widespread the discrimination is!!  It’s happening, in varying degrees, in every state.  Let the Feds know how widespread this religious and personal belief discrimination is, so they can change it!

I’m getting so many things right these days I should go out and buy a lottery ticket!

Here is the link:

For California residents I think every parent should file three separate complaints.  One against Governor Jerry Brown who signed this abomination into law, one against Senator Richard Pan, who created SB 277, the draconian childhood vaccine injury law, and your local school district which is enforcing this terrible law.  Maybe you even want to add your local pediatrician.

JUST FILE, FOR GOD’S SAKE!  I did it in five minutes.  Just answer “Yes” to all the questions and proceed.

You have the permission of Roger Severino who WANTS TO HEAR FROM YOU!

Again, please feel free to modify what I have written for your own individual circumstances.

“In 2015, a law entitled SB 277 was enacted in the State of California that eliminated Religious and Personal Belief exemptions to vaccination for children to attend school in California.  This law has also served as the basis for many pediatricians refusing to serve children whose parents have not wanted a modified vaccination schedule or declined vaccines altogether.

So, as of 1/1/2016, the children of parents with a religious or philosophical objection to vaccines were denied access to a public education or have been denied access to medical care from their preferred physician.

The recent establishment of a Conscience and Religious Freedom Division at the Office of Civil Rights at the Department of Health and Human Services has given hope to millions that these and similar affronts to religious freedom and conscience may soon be addressed on a federal level.

You may or may not be aware that many vaccines are cultures in aborted human fetal cells and that as an inevitable part of vaccination these aborted human fetal cells in injected into both infants and adults.

There are those that find having biologics injected into human bodies that were created from and contain remnants thereof of aborted human fetal cell (lines) to be a violation of their religious OR philosophical beliefs, and should not be discriminated against by not being allowed access to a public education because of that objection, or be denied medical care from their preferred physician. Most vaccines have the MRC-5 cell line – some have RA 27/3 and WI-38 cell line as well.

Now, this is not exclusively about any particular religion or belief system but this link:   … takes you to position paper written by the Pontifical Academy for Life (PONTIFICIA ACADEMIA PRO VITA) in 2005 on this issue.

With the exception of the vaccine for German measles, the position of the Vatican on this issue is for parents to object to vaccines that have these aborted fetal cells and that parents should not be coerced to act against their conscience. And that everything possible should be done to create vaccines that do not have these moral issues.

These religious and philosophical concerns are not simply limited to those who profess a “pro-life” position.  Muslims and Orthodox Jews object to the ingestion of pork products, but many vaccines are grown in cell cultures containing pig cells and these pig products are being injected into Muslim and Orthodox Jewish children without the knowledge of their parents and against their religious practices.

Many in California espouse a “vegan” lifestyle based upon their own moral concerns, and yet vaccines are grown in animal cells.  Vegans do not consume any animal products, but these are being injected into their body without their knowledge or consent.

Many parents, after conducting their own research, are horrified to discover that vaccines for children have never been tested in combination, or that no federal studies have been done comparing the long-term health outcomes of vaccinated and un-vaccinated children, or that pharmaceutical companies have complete legal immunity under the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act.

For all the reasons listed above, I believe it is the duty of the Conscience and Religious Freedom Division of Health and Human Services to declare that under the First Amendment of the US Constitution that there is a national right for Religious and Philosophical exemptions to vaccinations in all fifty states and that any violations of these rights is a violation of an individual’s civil rights.”


Here is the link again:

By Kent Heckenlively, JD

2 thoughts on “Severino at Health and Human Services (DHHS-OCR) WANTS You To Complain About Vaccine Mandates!

  1. So, the government is going to protect us from government overreach? LOL. No. But the Commission will help them control the vaccine opposition. It conveys a false impression that opposition to vaccination is primarily grounded in religion, not science, and they’ll gather plenty of data in their complaint system for backup. A “Vaccine Safety Commission” is an oxymoron–but creates a false perception that we can create safe vaccines, while reinforcing the lie that vaccines saved us from deadly diseases.

  2. The law is obviously unconstitutional. The Constitution guarantees religious liberty as well as the right to an education. The Korean-American politician, Pan, who pushed through the bill SB277 was paid $95,000 by the pharmaceutical companies and that is very well documented. Also, after the bill law went into effect, the incidence of autism spiked up in California.

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