The Arkansas representative who sponsored the vaccine mandate legislation was having conversation on a doctor’s page a short time ago, and both were complaining about the rage being directed at her over the last couple of days. So I shared my thoughts with them both on why they are getting that rage:
Robert B Choate and Karilyn Brown: the heated passion happens for a few reasons. 1) A lot of parents have vaccine injured children and since doctors brush off these injuries as “coincidence” or “normal” and often refuse to recognize them as such, the idea that they will no longer be able to avoid them with such proposed legislation absolutely enrages them. You are hearing and feeling the wrath of unmitigated rage because you are directly putting their children in danger. Recognize this. 2) Many parents have reviewed “vaccine science” and have concluded that a healthy natural operating immune system is superior to vaccination – for many, many reasons – and do not want poisonous ingredients injected into their children to produce a false sense of security wherein the product itself is not only inherently unsafe, but also does not always work (e.g., vaccine failure) – these parents do not want the government interfering with their child’s immune system. And finally, 3) vaccine mandates rest on a concept of “herd immunity” yet the original concept for herd immunity is from when a person *naturally* gets an infection – not a vaccination; and vaccine manufacturers have continually upped the vaccine coverage required for their vaccine program to actually “work” and parents don’t like that the government has bought into this hype. Let me ask you: is there any other product on this planet that you can think of that requires the entire population to use in order for it to “work?” What would it look like if all people had to buy a Toyota Camry in order for it to finally function properly on the road – don’t you find that quite absurd? Karilyn, I hope you can look past the rage coming at you and review the information in a calm manner. Lot’s of parents go vaccine free for many reasons. I’l leave you with a couple hundred here on my website: www.StopMandatoryVaccination.com
So the doctor – Robert B Choate – that supports the Arkansas bill for vaccine mandates, said “Anti-vaxxers are a cult.” So I posted this as a reply to his comment:
“What we find the most “cultish” of all are doctors who are so into the vaccination program that they tell parents that the problem their child is suffering from immediately after a vaccination is either a “coincidence” or “normal.” How could seizures after vaccination ever be considered “normal?” The vaccination cult has produced medically arrogant and willfully ignorant doctors who have thrown their common sense to the wind. Thank god parents are rising to the occasion and are fighting back against the destruction of their children by an industry that rewards itself and its administrators while punishing parents and their vaccine injured kids. We are growing in numbers, and one day everyone will know just how destructive the vaccine program really is.”
Great news! Arkansas representative Karilyn Brown – who introduced a bill for mandatory vaccination – will withdraw her bill. She heard us, and reversed her stance.
That doctor in Arkansas who agrees with vaccine mandates finally started to reply to me. Well, he’s 100% closed minded, and wants nothing at all to hear our side. So I wrote this to him:
“Robert B Choate: I can tell you have your mind made up. Not that I didn’t already know that. This is the precise reason why we are mobilizing and have been mobilizing to steer parents far away from doctors who refuse to listen to their concerns, especially when it comes to vaccination. If only you would talk with your Integrative MD peers – and especially those who actually work to repair the vaccine damage – maybe you would learn the mechanism of action of how vaccines damage the brain and body and then how and why these other MDs then need to spend years detoxing and repairing the children harmed by vaccines. It’s truly amazing to me how one group of doctors is injecting ingredients into children that harm them while another group is doing all the work to repair those children. It’s astonishing to me.”
His response? This:
“Thank you for steering away close minded parents.”
Can I see a show of hands who would want to steer clear of him?
One other thing that the doctor in Arkansas said to me:
“no physician would say that seizures are normal. I am a parent of 4 children and 3 grand children, but I have knowledge too. there is no conspiracy”
I asked him to watch my video of parents stating exactly that – what the doctors told them. His response?
“I don’t troll the internet to find people to agree with me. I take care of my patients”
Yep, I stand by my earlier assessment: these doctors are medically arrogant and WILLFULLY IGNORANT of what’s going on around them. We need to stay clear of these doctors, at all costs.
Last week I filed HB 1043, a bill that would remove the provision for immunization exemption based on religious and philosophical beliefs.
I filed HB 1043 as a result of a request from a person who was sincerely concerned about the low immunization rate in Arkansas.
Since filing the bill, I have heard from numerous concerned citizens on both sides of this issue. I would like to say thank you to everyone who has communicated with me over the past few days.
HB 1043 addresses an important public health issue, but it intersects with personal freedoms that all Americans hold so dear. There appear to be valid arguments on each side of this issue.
I have determined that this issue is best left in the hands of public health officials working with health care providers and individual citizens who have an interest in and experience with this issue.
For these reasons, I have made a decision to withdraw HB1043 from consideration in the 2017 Regular Session. There is not a mechanism for me to withdraw this bill until the Arkansas Legislature convenes on January 9, 2017. At that time, I will take the necessary steps to withdraw HB 1043.