01/14/2019 / By Ethan Huff
You’ve probably heard some variation of the following line before: “But I was vaccinated, and I’m just fine” – a typical response from someone who was vaccinated prior to 1986 when you express concern about vaccine safety. But that’s because everything changed that year, as the vaccine industry was given free reign to market and sell what vaccine safety advocates refer to as “liability free vaccines.”
During a recent episode of The Robert Scott Bell Show that aired at Brighteon.com, Ginger Taylor, M.S., director of the Maine Coalition for Vaccine Choice and a mother of vaccine-injured child, discussed at length the reality of the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act, which basically gave vaccine corporations total exemption from all liability for harm caused by their vaccine products.
As she explains in the below video, the only protection parents have right now from mandatory vaccinations are exemptions, which vary from state to state and are constantly under attack – including in the state of Maine, which remains a national leader in actually strengthening its vaccine exemption laws every time the vaccine industry tries to eliminate them.
“Well, you know, they’re coming back for our exemptions again,” Taylor explains to Bell. “We did this in 2015 and we were the first state – I think there were 36 states that they came after that year – and we were the first state to really say, no, we’re going to stop playing defense and we’re going to go out there.”
Taylor has been at the forefront of the fight to keep Maine’s vaccine exemption laws in place – especially since the vaccine industry is the only industry that’s completely shielded from liability for harm caused by its products. In lieu of Seventh Amendment protections, families need other options to protect their children from being injected with deadly chemical cocktails that aren’t even formally safety-tested by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) like they’re supposed to be.
“What we did was we introduced our own bill called the Maine Consumer Vaccine Protection Act that set regulations on doctors, on what they’re allowed to say and what they’re not allowed to say,” Taylor explains.
“They’re not allowed to lie about vaccines. They’re not allowed to go uneducated on the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program. They’re not allowed to say that vaccines are safe – it’s not true legally, it’s not true factually, it’s nobody’s experience.”
In truth, vaccines represent flat-out medical fraud in every sense of the word, and yet they’re constantly touted as “science-based medicine” by corrupt government entities with seemingly unbreakable ties to the vaccine industry. And unless something changes – and soon – untold millions more children will be harmed by this fraud.
“The fact that open fraud exists to any medical standard, much less the true standard that we hold in our community, is absurd,” she says, emphasizing the fact that vaccines in their current form, and within the current regulatory paradigm, are perhaps the worst form of quackery currently being peddled on the unsuspecting masses.
“Until there is a way to force public health officials, vaccine industry representatives and medical professionals to testify under oath, and under penalty of perjury, to either defend or retract their fraudulent claims, to pay for the damages done to children (including my child) for their institutionalized abuse and negligence, I will never consent to another member of my family participating in the vaccine program under any circumstances,” she adds.
Be sure to watch the full interview between Ginger Taylor and Robert Scott Bell at Brighteon.com.
You can also access more related news about vaccines at Vaccines.news.
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