Although it can be challenging to define what "normal" is these days, it's difficult for me to comprehend how anyone -- "normal" or not -- wouldn't have questions about what we're being told to inject into our or our child’s body. If you are someone who simply trusts your doctor; perhaps you should ask, who is your doctor trusting for information?
As I share in "Why I started researching vaccines", my vaccine truth journey began with a question almost 30 years ago. "Why did my baby (born in 1988) need more vaccines than her older sisters who were born in 1978 and 1980?"
a blog post by Ashlyn Washington, Walking in Quicksand
Many thanks to Ashlyn Washington for permission to share her blog post. Click here for more beautifully written, highly informative and well-referenced posts by Ashlyn.
Today, I’m going to pretend we can trust the data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website to make decisions on whether or not to vaccinate. I’m going to ignore the fact that a CDC scientist revealed that he and his colleagues committed scientific fraud by omitting and destroying statistically significant data showing risks associated with vaccines, because it has already been documented here, here, and here. I’m also going to pretend that every child who has a reaction to a vaccine has a parent who realizes and reports it. I know that’s impossible since most people haven’t perused the government website that discusses injuries occurring 42 days after vaccination. I’m also going to assume that all physicians have been trained to identify vaccine injuries, even though I have yet to meet a single doctor who was educated on this in medical school.
The CDC states on their website “Like any medication, vaccines can cause side effects. The most common side effects are mild. On the other hand, many vaccine-preventable disease symptoms can be serious, or even deadly. Even though many of these diseases are rare in this country, they still occur around the world and can be brought into the U.S. putting unvaccinated children at risk.”
This commentary is parroted by the majority of pediatricians, journalists, and those who fancy themselves “pro-science,” with no attention to the statistics and extensive fine print on the CDC’s website proving otherwise.
The table below was compiled using information from the CDC’s official website.