I posted a comment on this ladies blog. It was deleted!
She lies about anti-vaxxers putting out mis-information. Here is my deleted post on her blog:
Why do pro-vaxxers have to lie to win their argument.
Some many points to consider, however let’s just take a singular point The moral, ethical bankruptcy of legal immunity of the vaccine pushers (manufacturers). They claim their products are “safe” and “effective” yet they NEED legal immunity from claims for harm.
It would be interesting to know what other industry/product is immune from claims and needs a government body to assess and payout claims.
In 2016 alone $252,610,672.33 was paid out. Page 8 of pdf: https://www.hrsa.gov/sites/default/files/hrsa/vaccine-compensation/data/monthly-stats-march-2019.pdf
Misinformation, well this is from the Vaccine compensation body itself.
Her initial post is below:
Sometimes it takes rebellious youth to help us see the error of our ways. Consider Ethan Lindenberger, an 18-year-old from Ohio. His act of rebellion wasn’t staying out past curfew or avoiding his homework: It was getting vaccinated on his own, despite his mother’s protests. Lindenberger’s mother opted her children out of vaccines and fed […]
via What a teenager who got vaccinated against his parents’ will can teach us about anti-vaxxers — Hurn Publications
Published on Mar 23, 2016
Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe. Premieres at Tribeca Film Festival, Sunday, April 24, 2016 @ 2:00pm
Note: The Tribeca film Festival has retreated from showing this!
On October 1, 1988, the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 (Public Law 99-660) created the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP). The VICP was established to ensure an adequate supply of vaccines, stabilize vaccine costs, and establish and maintain an accessible and efficient forum for individuals found to be injured by certain vaccines.
The Vaccine Injury Compensation Trust Fund provides funding for the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program to compensate vaccine-related injury or death claims for covered vaccines administered on or after October 1, 1988.
The Trust Fund is funded by a $0.75 excise tax on vaccines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for routine administration to children. The excise tax is imposed on each dose (disease that is prevented) of a vaccine. Trivalent influenza vaccine for example, is taxed $0.75 because it prevents one disease; measles-mumps-rubella vaccine, which prevents three diseases, is taxed $2.25.