72 Shots by 18 Years!

Can you believe this! Does this shock you that your child will receive 72 shots by 18 if you decide to fully vaccinate them?! Ask your grandparents or even parents how many they got.

So what happened? Why so many shots?

Read more about the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act to learn more. The vaccine manufactures were given complete immunity and are free from liability from any and all damage caused by their vaccines including death.

Imagine if Chicco or Baby Trend could not be sued if their carseats or other products they made damaged your child or caused death. Would you use their products? Would you trust any company who is free from liability to ensure they made their products safe?

If your child suffers a serious reaction or DIES following a vaccination you can NOT sue the pharmaceutical industry.

Let that sink in.


Did you know that there is a vaccine court? This is how families are compensated for vaccine adverse reactions or a death that occurs from a vaccine if they qualify.

Who pays for the injuries vaccines cause? Well you do each time you get a vaccine. The vaccine injury compensation program is, “funded by a $.75 excise tax on vaccines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for routine administration to children, the excise tax is imposed on each dose (i.e., disease that is prevented) of a vaccine. Trivalent influenza vaccine for example, is taxed $.75 because it prevents one disease; measles-mumps-rubella vaccine, which prevents three diseases, is taxed $2.25.”(hrsa.gov/vaccines)

It is actually pretty sad that each time you get a vaccine a part of the cost is put into a fund to pay out injuries and deaths. How can a product be labeled safe when there is a tax on the product for the harm it will knowingly cause?!?!

How much has been paid out to compensate for injuries caused by vaccines?



That is a lot of money to be paid out for something that we have been told is safe and effective.

Research before you vaccinate!!!!

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