• Medical Doctors Across the U.S. Speak Out Against Mandatory Vaccination Laws

    One of the myths propagated by the corporate-sponsored "mainstream" media is that medical doctors are united in their support of mandatory vaccination laws. This is simply not true. The medical doctors and physician groups that have taken a stand against mandatory vaccination laws are almost never interviewed in the corporate media, and if they are referred to at all, they are called "quacks." The largest medical association in the world is the American Medical Association (AMA), which has strong ties to the pharmaceutical industry and probably represents more lobbyists in Washington D.C. than any other trade group. And yet, less than 25% of the licensed medical doctors in the United States are members of the AMA, down from 75% in the late 1950s. So it would be incorrect to believe that the AMA represents the views of most of the physicians in the U.S. They do not. Two other medical associations have come out with statements against mandatory vaccinations in the past couple of days, the "Association of American Physicians and Surgeons" and "Physicians for Informed Consent." You will not likely find their views expressed in the corporate-sponsored media outlets dominated by Big Pharma advertising revenues, and you will not see any of them invited to testify in any government hearings to discuss vaccination legislation.

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  • Medical Doctors Across the U.S. Speak Out Against Mandatory Vaccination Laws

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    One of the myths propagated by the corporate-sponsored "mainstream" media is that medical doctors are united in their support of mandatory vaccination laws. This is simply not true. The medical doctors and physician groups that have taken a stand against mandatory vaccination laws are almost never interviewed in the corporate media, and if they are referred to at all, they are called "quacks." The largest medical association in the world is the American Medical Association (AMA), which has strong ties to the pharmaceutical industry and probably represents more lobbyists in Washington D.C. than any other trade group. And yet, less than 25% of the licensed medical doctors in the United States are members of the AMA, down from 75% in the late 1950s. So it would be incorrect to believe that the AMA represents the views of most of the physicians in the U.S. They do not. Two other medical associations have come out with statements against mandatory vaccinations in the past couple of days, the "Association of American Physicians and Surgeons" and "Physicians for Informed Consent." You will not likely find their views expressed in the corporate-sponsored media outlets dominated by Big Pharma advertising revenues, and you will not see any of them invited to testify in any government hearings to discuss vaccination legislation.

    Trump implied that he understood that vaccines are not without risk, then he makes an FDA appointment of someone who appears to favor forced vaccination. The election was close enough that the vaccine issue may have put him over the top