Vaccine Court History, Vaccine Injury Compensation, and Autism
Dr. Mark Geier, MD, PhD, FACE
https://www.brighteon.com/00000000-0000-0000-0006-015470979001 10 Minute Video
Vaccine Court and Autism…
Truth in Media with Ben Swann
- In 1986 Congress passed a law called the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act that gives vaccine manufacturers a blanket exemption from any medical liability.
- Those injured by vaccines can not sue vaccine manufacturers but instead must petition the U.S. government in the Federal Claims Court called the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP).
- The Learned Intermediary Doctrine gives manufacturers no liability for giving or failing to give accurate or complete information regarding vaccinations.
- 30 Years later the vaccine schedule has tripled while the table of injuries has become far more restrictive forcing 90% of petitioners into “off table” litigation
- Mark Blaxill, father of a vaccine injured child, is part of The Canary Party, a social movement that stands up to industry.
https://madisonarealymesupportgroup.com/2018/09/08/acip-vote-yes-for-new-vaccine-despite-no-safety-studies-on-cumulative-effect-with-other-vaccines/ This is how brand new vaccines are approved to the pediatric immunization schedule. Basic dialogue before they voted:
Q: Is it dangerous to use this vaccine with other vaccines?
A: We have no data on that. Once approved, it will be given along with other vaccines but we have no clue whether that’s safe or not.
Somehow approving a new vaccine with no data on the accumulated cocktail effect is OK to them IF you put them in different limbs……scientifically, this is quite a head scratcher. By nature, vaccines are systemic.
Q: Do we at least have any data from other countries that used this vaccine in combination with other vaccines?
A: Not to my knowledge.
Sounds good to me. Lets vote yes!
Only after they vote, one guy voices concern over 16 heart attack deaths in the safety trials.
“We never had in the past five years a single MS patient, a single ALS patient, a single Parkinson’s patient, who did not test positive for Borrelia burgdorferi. Not a single one.”