• ‘Pulls Plug’ On Vaccine Rights Petition

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    Vaccine has been an issue for so long, a lot of studies has been made the pro  and the anti vaccine. It has been a back and forth battle of whether the government with impose vaccine by force or not. Me as a person who knows my rights as a citizen and here comes a plan of forcing vaccine to everyone, inst it violating our rights?

    Ever since the word got out about Health and Human Services requesting comments about forced vaccinations for adults to bring them up to speed on vaccinations that children routinely get, there’s been an online petition to the President of the USA at

    That action is a very serious breach in the democratic process of governance occurring at highest levels!

    According to The Free Dictionary online by Farlex, fascism is defined as: “Oppressive, dictatorial control, and, A system of government marked by centralization of authority under a dictator, a capitalist economy subject to stringent government controls, violent suppression of the opposition, and typically a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism.”

    In a supposedly free and open society, which we think and hope we are living in—but now dramatically proven to the contrary—citizens should and must have their concerns aired, made known, heard, and also receive consideration unless, of course, vested interests are pulling strings behind the scenes, which probably may be the case with the petition opposing forced vaccinations.

    Here are phone numbers from the White House website in order to telephone your comments about the petition site being frozen.

    California, Maine, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Vermont all have bills already filed or press announcements of bills about to be filed to remove philosophical/conscientious exemptions. Maine, Minnesota and Texas have bills to substantially restrict philosophical/conscientious exemptions. Religious exemptions are also under attack. Maryland, New Jersey, Texas and Vermont have bills filed or announced to eliminate religious exemptions, and Illinois, New Mexico and Texas have bills filed or announced to unconstitutionally restrict religious exemptions.

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