Thu. Nov 14th, 2019

Vaccine Manufacturers Whine About Grass Roots Support for Vaccine Damage

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In Texas, for example, headlines blare “anti-vaccine” to describe grassroots groups like Texans for Vaccine Choice, emphasizing their tiny ($2,500) political donations to Susanna Dokupil.

Both headline and article completely fail to mention rival Sarah Davis’ potential conflicts of interest: over $144,000 in campaign funds from groups with undeniable connections to the vaccine industry, including $18,500 from pharmaceuticals and health products, $14, 750  from hospitals and nursing homes, $27,000  from health services, AND a whopping $83,932.48 from “health professionals.”

Members of Texans for Vaccine Choice, like vaccine choice groups around the country, are mostly parents of children who had serious reactions to their vaccines;  they DID vaccinate their children, with terrible results. Their agenda is to avoid future similar adverse reactions by protecting their right to refuse unwanted vaccines. They fight vaccination status-based discrimination, they educate Texans on their legal right to state-guaranteed vaccine exemptions, and they oppose limitation of that right. No financial profit is involved.

Read more https://worldmercuryproject.org/news/journalists-shots-sometimes-miss-their-mark/?utm_source=mailchimp

2 thoughts on “Vaccine Manufacturers Whine About Grass Roots Support for Vaccine Damage

  1. We must leave the political process as a total loss and write it off, as it is a waste of valuable time and assets- They system is designed to pollute all that enter it’s portals

  2. We must leave the political process as a total loss and write it off, as it is a waste of valuable time and assets- They system is designed to pollute all that enter it’s portals

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