By Kim Stagliano
On Wednesday night, I was making a salad for my family, using my Pampered Chef salad spinner. I carefully washed the organic romaine lettuce, and then put it into the spinner. According to my Pampered Chef consultant - who happens to be the number one ranked consultant in the nation in sales - that spinner can go as fast as 14 mph. Weeeeeeeeee! As I was pressing the lever that generates the spin, I became distracted by my husband or one of my girls. I leaned forward with my arm on the spinner to stabilize it and OUCH it bit the tender skin on my forearm! "That's gonna leave a mark," I thought to myself. And sure enough, it did. And darn if it didn't hurt like the dickens!
I looked at my husband and said, "That's a design defect and I could sue Pampered Chef for some serious bread." Of course, I am NOT suing The Pampered Chef for my idiocy. My arm will heal and I learned a lesson in how to use (or not use) my salad spinner.
But I began to think about vaccination - virtually forced, most certainly coerced circa 2013 and how manufacturers and delivery systems (doctors, nurses, retail stores, schools) have ZERO liability for any injury they might cause. If you would like to understand the how and why of this special treatment for pharmaceutical companies, I encourage you to watch this Canary Party video below. It explains our Vaccine Injury system in America - and how it does anything but pamper YOU (or your loved ones) the consumer.