(The Truth About Cancer) Earlier this week, a lawsuit was filed accusing Adam Schiff of violating First Amendment laws. The democratic representative from California has been accused of abusing his political power and infringing on the right to free speech by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, or AAPS.
AAPS is a non-profit organization that seeks to uphold the Hippocratic Oath and preserve the sanctity of the patient-physician relationship. According to the lawsuit, Rep. Schiff has used his political influence to silence and censor information about vaccine safety. →
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(The Free Thought Project) A bill in New Jersey that would’ve stripped parents and children of their right to informed consent by allowing them to object to mandatory vaccinations failed on Monday. Much to the chagrin of the tyrants who claim ownership over the bodies of others, the bill that would have eliminated religious exemptions to mandatory vaccinations failed to pass the New Jersey state legislature. →
Read more via VICTORY! Mandatory Vaccine Bill Fails After Thousands Show Up to Protest in New Jersey — The Free Thought Project
(Natural News) American politicians are notorious for spreading mass fear and panic about infectious disease outbreaks, which they routinely blame on unvaccinated people. But what these same Big Pharma puppets conveniently fail to mention is that in places like Japan, where vaccination is entirely optional, children are actually much healthier compared to anywhere else in the world.
Japan not only has the healthiest children on the planet, according to the latest metrics, but also the highest “healthy life expectancy” among all age groups. And at the very same time, Japan also has the lowest vaccination rate in the entire world, which suggests that getting vaccinated actually makes a person unhealthier in the long run….Read more
(NaturalHealth365) In the continued attempt to silence and strong-arm anyone who questions the efficacy and safety of vaccines, we are inundated with examples of injustice and unfair treatment from doctors, the media, and public officials alike.
We reported on a prime example of this recently when Rockland County N.Y. officials took a step back to the Dark Ages by instituting a “measles ban,” prohibiting unvaccinated children and teenagers from public places. With a guarded breath of relief, we can now report that this ban has been overturned.
Read more via N.Y. Supreme Court overturns measles ban on unvaccinated minors, a victory for medical freedom — NaturalHealth365
(Natural News) A quick reminder to our many faithful readers: Don’t believe everything you hear over at Fox News, despite the network’s seeming support for conservative, a.k.a. liberty-centric, ideals – because things are not always as they seem.
Just a few days ago, Fox News Medical Correspondent, Dr. Marc Siegel, declared war on health freedom by stating that he believes doctors who issue vaccine exemptions should be prosecuted.
Responding to the recent measles “outbreak” in Washington State, Dr. Siegel went on a tirade against parents who choose not to vaccinate their children with the MMR vaccine for measles, mumps, and rubella, expressing anger over the fact that some Americans are exercising their freedom not to vaccinate…..Read more & video: “INFOWARS – Fox News Claims Doctors Giving Vaccine Exemptions Should Be Imprisoned” (23:01)
via Fox News now demanding the criminalization and ARREST of “anti-vaxxers” … we warned you this was coming — NaturalNews.com
(Natural News) It is widely understood that under Adolph Hitler and the Nazi state, the German people were deprived of many of their basic human rights. But what is less understood is that Americans in 2018 are being subjected to similar tyranny, particularly when it comes to medical freedom. During a recent episode of his…..Read more & video: “the Heath Ranger Report”
via Mandatory vaccination is something that Hitler would have happily pushed as compatible with the Third Reich — NaturalNews.com