I am writing regarding SB277.
Applying information from easily-accessible sources about vaccines, I cannot identify one person who should not be granted a medical exemption for each and every vaccine.
This is most especially true in the case of fetuses (as pregnant women are now being vaccinated), newborns, infants, toddlers, and young children whose cognitive, immune, nervous, and gastrointestinal systems are immature and extremely vulnerable. Such young ones do not possess the ability to handle such a barrage of vaccine assaults, much less even one such assault.
Furthermore, the health status of such a young child is completely unknown. There is no way to know to what such a young child will react. However, common sense and current medical knowledge tell us that there is no way they won’t react adversely to such assaults as those introduced by vaccines. The two worst things for a developing baby and its internal systems are toxicity and inflammation, both of which are caused in spades by vaccines.
As you consider your position on SB277, a bill mandating that every child in CA receive multiple doses of numerous vaccines in order to attend school and/or daycare, please ask yourself exactly who should be injected with the following:
- known neurotoxins, including mercury, aluminum, and squalene
- known carcinogens, including formaldehyde, phenol, and MSG
fragments from other humans, specifically from aborted fetuses, and from various animals
Thus, I ask you: Who should not be granted a medical exemption for each and every vaccine?
Granite Bay, CA
*I am the mother of 3 vaccine-injured children, one of whom is now 21 years old, who was severely and permanently disabled by his “routine” childhood vaccinations. His vaccines were administered without any informed consent, and they have left him dependent on others for the remainder of his life. His childhood, adulthood, independence, and lifetime opportunities have been decimated by vaccines. He was born a very healthy baby. Vaccines destroyed his health, development, and ability to lead a full and independent life.