Blue State Legislatures Need to Rethink Their Push for Forced Vaccination

When Will “Blue State” Legislators
Realize Their Forced Vaxx Laws
Violate Fundamental Rights?
“Rethink” Means “Repent”

Perhaps the “High Tide” of Forced Vaxx (Vaccination Mandates) has been reached, with New Jersey not joining Big Blue States of New York and California in abrogating long-standing religious conscientious objections to vaccination.

The Forced Vaxx Bill failed to pass the State Senate on Monday, January 13th by one vote; the Bill previously was “pulled” from the Senate floor on 16 December 2019 as there were not enough votes to adopt it.  After the failure to pass on January 13th a new version of the Bill has been introduced for the new Session of the Legislature.

In about two months voters in Maine will have the opportunity to stop that State’s Forced Vaxx Law.  Already in California people are beginning to assert, on Social Media, the devastating uptick in vaccine adverse reactions such as SIDS and Autism.

Here is a copy of the email I sent New Jersey legislators and Governor Murphy regarding the proposed Forced Vaxx Bill:

I’m a retired lawyer and NJ voter.

I urge the Senate to reject S2173 / A3818 and urge to Governor to veto it if it is passed by the legislature.

This past October 2nd I presented a paper on Informed Consent and Vaccine Mandates at a scholars’ conference at Kings College, Manhattan. Here is my paper on this issue:

Clearly NJ S2173 / A3818 violate the universal Right to Informed Consent.

Adopting this bill is a crime against humanity.

Even if the legislature has legal power to abolish long-standing religious exemptions to vaccination, it has no authority to infringe upon the universal Right to Informed Consent or to condition the receipt of a public benefit (government schooling) on the surrender of the right.

Furthermore our courts have held that vaccines are unavoidably unsafe.  This paper, by Rima Laibow, MD and myself reviews the Federal Government’s Institutes of Medicine reports that show the true, shocking, level of vaccine adverse reactions.

I would be happy to discuss these issues with members of your staff at any time and am available to testify on these issues before any legislative committee considering vaccine mandate bills.

One point I know for certain:  unless Health Freedom Advocates assert our universal Right to Informed Consent it will be deemed waived.

The essential importance of asserting the Right to preserve it is shown by the 2013 US Supreme Court case of Missouri vs McNeely (569 US 141, 2013) where the warrantless extraction of blood was ruled illegal as the defendant “refused to consent.” Had McNeely remained silent, the blood test would have been allowed.

The Court opined,

Even a “…diminished expectation of privacy does not diminish the… privacy interest in preventing a government agent from piercing the… skin. And though a blood test conducted in a medical setting by trained personnel is less intrusive than other bodily invasions, this Court has never retreated from its recognition that any compelled intrusion into the human body implicates significant, constitutionally protected privacy interests…”

If the removal of blood “implicates significant, constitutionally protected privacy interests…” it is fair to assume that other invasive medical techniques including the introduction of vaccine toxins into the body that have been held to be “unavoidably unsafe” will also give rise to such concerns.

My General Brief for Informed Consent is here —

Assert your Right with a clearly stated advance medical directive —

One thought on “Blue State Legislatures Need to Rethink Their Push for Forced Vaccination

  1. There are no long-term, true placebo studies on any of the vaccines. They have to stop saying they have the science. They don’t. The Association of Physicians and Surgeons, who are now suing Representative Adam Schiff for censoring the vaccine debate, says, “There are no rigorous safety studies of sufficient power to rule out a much higher risk of complications, even one in 10,000, for vaccines. Such studies would require an adequate number of subjects, a long duration (years, not days), an unvaccinated control group (“placebo” must be truly inactive such as saline, not the adjuvant or everything-but-the-intended-antigen), and consideration of all adverse health events (including neurodevelopment disorders).”

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