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9 Questions That Stump Every Pro-Vaccine Advocate And Their Claims

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 Since the flu pandemic was declared, there have been several so-called “vaccine experts” coming out of the wood work attempting to justify the effectiveness of vaccines. All of them parrot the same ridiculous historical and pseudoscientific perspectives of vaccinations which are easily squelched with the following 9 questions.
Claim: The study of vaccines, their historical record of achievements, effectiveness, safety and mechanism in humans are well understood and proven in scientific and medical circles.
 

Fact: The claim is completely false.

1. What to ask: Could you please provide one double-blind, placebo-controlled study that can prove the safety and effectiveness of vaccines?

2. What to ask: Could you please provide scientific evidence on ANY study which can confirm the long-term safety and effectiveness of vaccines?

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Comment by Doug Nusbaum
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Hey — I agree. I think that anybody should be allowed to not get vaccinated and should be allowed to not vaccinate their children. And they should be responsible for their decision. So, when, — almost certainly not if, but when — they come down with one of the numerous diseases that vaccines prevent, you know like pertusis pertussis info which regular vaccines prevent: pertussis killing babies then you, not your insurance, and not the government, will be fully responsible for all medical care. This will be a debt that can not be discharged through bankruptcy. If your child dies, you will be liable for the charge of negligent homicide. If you have insurance, you will be required to notify your insurance company of your refusal to get vaccinated, and then you will have the choice of mot being covered, or of paying, what I suspect will be much higher rates. So yea… go for it. We need more darwin award winners 


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