As more and more scrutiny has been given to vaccine-injured children and the stories shared by their parents, a national controversy has erupted.
The documentary movie ‘Vaxxed’ has shed even more light on the potential dangers of vaccines simply by showing clear video evidence of seriously injured children, and yet the mainstream still refuses to recognize that vaccine horror stories are real and have been happening for a long time (over $3 billion has been paid out to victims since 1986 by a government compensation program and that number could easily be much higher).
The mainstream continues to insist that vaccines are necessary and have helped to keep serious diseases at bay, while many continue to wonder how medicine that is clearly laced with potentially harmful ingredients can be given a free pass.
A middle ground is hard to find, but one thing’s for certain: vaccine injury stories are real, and they’re not going away anytime soon.
Doctor Warns: We See Plenty of Vaccine-Injured Kids
A recent article penned by Jennifer Margulis, Ph.D published in Health Impact News details the stories of numerous vaccine-injured children, including David Carrasco, a one-year-old whose pediatrician predicted would be a genius.
Unfortunately for his mother Sarah, her healthy brown-haired, brown-eyed baby boy completely changed after a round of shots, contracting a 103-degree fever, passing mucous-filled green diarrhea, and crying uncontrollably among other symptoms.
He began having eight to ten bouts of diarrhea per day and suddenly became unable to speak. He also stopped making eye contact, but according to Dr. Margulis the doctor reassured Sarah there was nothing to worry about. This is just one illustration of the clear, documented cases of harm associated with vaccines —and why many are far from surprised when these symptoms lead to serious, long-term diseases.
MD Says She Sees Vaccine-Injured Kids Often
According to the article (which can be read in full here), Kelly Sutton, an MD and integrative physician based in Fair Oaks, California who has been practicing medicine for 45 years, says that vaccine-injured kids are routinely seen in her practice. She wonders if the increased vaccine schedule (a highly profitable one for the pharmaceutical industry at that) could potentially be to blame.
“It’s not a rational thing to think that we can just give an ever-increasing number of vaccines without causing damage,” Sutton explains. “There’s a tipping point for many people in terms of the toxins that they can handle.”
Controversy Leads to Pulling of Study Linking Vaccines to Autism
Recently, further controversy surrounded a surprising study of over 660 kids that linked vaccination to more than twice the rate of chronic illness, nearly four times the rate of learning disabilities, and more than six times more likely to have brain or central nervous system disorders including autism.
However, the study titled ‘Vaccination and Health Outcomes: A Survey of 6- to 12-year-old Vaccinated and Unvaccinated Children based on Mothers’ Reports,’ was pulled from the journal Frontiers in Public Health’s website after a smattering of criticism on Twitter.
The journal said it has “re-opened its review” and that it was only “provisionally accepted” but not published (see the journal’s statement here).
But it appears to have simply relented to criticism from Twitter users, as it has not released any further reasons for the decision.
As the dust settles, we see yet again that there is no clear resolution, and the gap between supporters of the mainstream vaccine protocol and those sounding the alarm (and demanding attention) about potential dangers remains wide, with no changes in sight.
At the end of the day, it just may be the parents who decide where what happens next.