We often hear about immunocompromised children as the primary reason new mandatory vaccination laws have become necessary. Certain legislators and media are pushing the idea that every single child needs to be fully vaccinated with 34 doses by Kindergarten to protect the very small group who can’t vaccinate.
But do you know who we don’t hear the government, media, or those same legislators talk about protecting? The Vaccine-Compromised. Not a single word is spoken about a fast-growing population of children injured by pharmaceutical side effects—adverse reactions that parents are supposed to be warned about when their doctor gives them informed consent, but no doctor ever does. Things like seizures, paralysis, and neurological disorders. These are the same reactions that doctors ignore, pretend can’t happen, or write off as “coincidental,” despite being listed very clearly in the pharmaceutical company’s product warnings. Vaccine-compromised children are the victims whose parents followed the rules without questioning, and paid the price.
Now laws are taking away these children’s right to a public and private education in an effort to instead protect the immunocompromised. This is primarily because the medical establishment refuses to even acknowledge vaccine-compromised children exist, despite thousands upon thousands coming forward to tell their stories. Unless these reactions are so severe they match the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) limited description of a contraindication, the majority of these injured children will not receive a medical exemption from further vaccines, and therefore will be denied entry into any school.
Why does the safety of one group take precedence over another? Why are the lives of vaccine-compromised children somehow less valuable? And what does it say about medical organizations and our own government that they would turn their backs on innocent victims of the very program they created and are now trying to make mandatory? More importantly, why is no one talking about this?