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The Legislators Who Are Against Vaccines

Believe it or not, there really are legislators out there who are proposing bills that would weaken existing vaccine laws.

Does House Majority Leader Lee Qualm have any idea why we ever started to have school vaccination requirements?
Does House Majority Leader Lee Qualm have any idea why we ever started to have school vaccination requirements?

Bills that would put more kids at risk to get a vaccine preventable disease.

The Legislators Who Are Against Vaccines

Unfortunately, it isn’t just South Dakota…

Kelly Townsend says that no scientific evidence will convince her that vaccines are safe, because she believes that her own daughter is vaccine injured.
Kelly Townsend says that no scientific evidence will convince her that vaccines are safe, because she believes that her own daughter is vaccine injured.

Kelly Townsend is joined in Arizona by Nancy Barto, who proposed three vaccination bills in 2019 that would have weakened school immunization requirements.

Jamel Holley is an assemblyman in New Jersey…

Bobby Kennedy is very good at what he does - lobbying for anti-vaccine laws...
Bobby Kennedy is very good at what he does – lobbying for anti-vaccine laws…

Hopefully he was listening to someone else besides Robert F Kennedy, Jr for advice and education about vaccines.

Who taught Jonathan Stickland about vaccines? He is described as the “tea party bombast from North Texas.”

How can Jonathan Stickland be against a vaccine that hasn't been made yet?
How can Jonathan Stickland be against a vaccine that hasn’t been made yet?

I’m guessing he did his own “research.”

In addition to describing vaccines as sorcery, Jonathan Stickland claimed Big Pharma is funding witchcraft to make vaccines.

Jonathan Stickland has called vaccines witchcraft and sorcery.

What’s worse than describing vaccinology as sorcery?

“Shipley first called Pan “a medical rapist” before apologizing for the term and saying that “pharma fascist” or “corporate vaccine whore” would have been more appropriate terms.”

Iowa lawmaker stands by ‘pharma fascist’ description of supporter of vaccine requirements

Jeff Shipley, from Iowa, had to apologize for calling Richard Pan a medical rapist.

He wasn’t done though.

Jeff Shipley pushes fringe ideas about vaccines that can scare parents away from vaccinating and protecting their kids.

Of course, no vaccines are cultivated from aborted fetal tissues. It is fringe to think that they are, because it isn’t true.

“Especially in consideration of the fact that the cell lines currently used are very distant from the original abortions and no longer imply that bond of moral cooperation indispensable for an ethically negative evaluation of their use.”

Pontifical Academy for Life Clarifications on the medical and scientific nature of vaccination

Some vaccines are made with descendant cells from two electively terminated pregnancies (abortions) in the 1960s. Using descendant cells that have been copied over and over and over again is not the same thing as using fetal tissue though.

“The technical characteristics of the production of the vaccines most commonly used in childhood lead us to exclude that there is a morally relevant cooperation between those who use these vaccines today and the practice of voluntary abortion. Hence, we believe that all clinically recommended vaccinations can be used with a clear conscience and that the use of such vaccines does not signify some sort of cooperation with voluntary abortion.”

Pontifical Academy for Life Clarifications on the medical and scientific nature of vaccination

Can someone ask Jeff Shipley about “the moral obligation to guarantee the vaccination coverage necessary for the safety of others?”

Bill Zedler is another Texas Representative.

Bill Zedler yelled at a Texas pediatrician because Zedler doesn't understand how VAERS works...
Bill Zedler yelled at a Texas pediatrician because Zedler doesn’t understand how VAERS works…

He pushes classic talking points against vaccines that are easily refuted, which is likely why he was compelled to yell at a pediatrician who was advocating for vaccines.

Louisiana has John Milkovich.

John Milkovich is still pushing the idea that vaccines are associated with autism.
John Milkovich is still pushing the idea that vaccines are associated with autism.

Dennis Guth is in Iowa.

Dennis Guth

He has been in touch with the NVIC and has introduced a vaccine bill that would make it easier for parents to send intentionally unvaccinated kids to school.

Jack Hennessy is in Connecticut.

“The whole idea of injecting a witches brew of chemicals that may work in a laboratory when it comes into the body there is no telling what happens.”

Rep. Jack Hennessy

He represents Bridgeport.

And then there is Dennis Linthicum, who actually pushes the benefits of natural immunity and tells parents that they shouldn’t vaccinate and protect their kids?

Dennis Linthicum actually tells parents that they shouldn't vaccinate and protect their kids.
You have to earn that lifetime protection!

The Oregon State Senator needs some education about the complications of measles, which can include death and SSPE.

Fortunately, most legislators understand that vaccines are safe, with few risks, and are very necessary.

But have you noticed something that these politicians have in common?

They are all pushing misinformation about vaccines that has been refuted a thousand times already.

Are they representing what you want for your kids?

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