Bernie Sanders

I was to go to a house party tomorrow night to listen to Bernie. I received a text reminding me to show up. I asked the following:

What is Sander’s stance on vaccination? My body, my children and my life were destroyed by these shots.

The answer?

While Bernie is sensitive to the fact that there are some families who disagree, he believes opting out creates potentially deadly risks for children from illnesses who may not be able to be vaccinated and are exposed to children who are not.

I asked:

What about my health? I have an atypical lesion on my cervical spinal cord which will eventually kill me. I am crippled. My sons cost hundreds of thousands to raise through special ed. We are obviously genetically flawed. If you are going to kill us, don’t kill us so damned slow. I never consented to sacrifice my life and my children for your herd. I guess I won’t go. I’m not going to vote for someone who is promoting my death and the death of my children.

By the way, they vaccinate everybody. Even cancer patients going to chemotherapy according to my doctor. She seemed quite gleeful about it. The immunocompromised like me are not exempt. Have a nice night.

My sons’ special education bill must have been around a million. That was in the 70’s and 80’s. My costs bankrupted me and changed the direction of my entire life.

We now have Trump promoting the MMR

Why Japan banned MMR vaccine

“When the polio and measles vaccines became available for the first time, parents lined up to make sure their kids would be protected,” Warren said at a congressional hearing in 2015. “They’d lived in a world of infectious diseases that destroyed children’s futures, and they desperately wanted to leave that world behind.”

“The more we do on the front end to ensure that everyone gets access to vaccines, the less we’ll see individuals contracting hepatitis A, measles, whooping cough, and all of the other vaccine-preventable diseases. We must make sure there is robust public health funding so people have access to vaccines,” Warren said.

I’d prefer robust public testing, so families do not have to suffer the death and destruction these shots bring some of us.

Seth Moulton

Seth Moulton

I visited this Representative’s office on April 22, 2019. I brought studies, lists, a copy of Vaxxed (the movie), and received a canned email the next day. It went like this:

Thank you for contacting me about the early vaccination of children. I
appreciate hearing from you about this issue. In November, 2014, fifty-nine amusement park visitors in California contracted measles. The outbreak later spread
to seven states and prevented hundreds of students from attending school. In
response to this outbreak, Representative Anna Eshoo (D-CA) introduced
legislation that would protect children in Head Start programs from preventable
diseases, the Head Start on Vaccinations Act (H.R. 933). This legislation would
require that all children enrolled in Head Start programs be fully vaccinated
unless exempted for medical reasons. While I understand that some people are concerned by a suggested link between vaccines and incidences of autism, the
1998 report that first drew this link has since been discredited. The scientific community, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Centers for Disease Control
(CDC) and the Union for Concerned Scientists have all stated that vaccinations are not only safe but critical to preventing the spread of diseases. Should legislation
related to vaccines come before me on the House Floor, I will rely on scientific
research and the recommendations of agencies NIH and CDC. Thank you again
for taking the time to share your thoughts with me about this important issue. I
hope you will continue to keep me informed of the issues that are important to
you. If you are interested in hearing from me more often, please consider signing
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