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Though the marketing slogan “Vaccines Are Safe And Effective” sounds good and makes many people feel like the science is settled; that is simply not the case.
If vaccines are so safe, why would the US Supreme Court label them “Unavoidably Unsafe“?
Notes from the Bruesewitz v. Wyeth case:
The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 (NCVIA or Act) created a no-fault compensation program to stabilize a vaccine market adversely affected by an increase in vaccine-related tort litigation and to facilitate compensation to claimants who found pursuing legitimate vaccine-inflicted injuries too costly and difficult. The Act provides that a party alleging a vaccine-related injury may file a petition for compensation in the Court of Federal Claims, naming the
Health and Human Services Secretary as the respondent; that the court must resolve the case by a specified deadline; and that the claimant can then decide whether to accept the court’s judgment or reject it and seek tort relief from the vaccine manufacturer. Awards are paid out of a fund created by an excise tax on each vaccine dose.
As a quid pro quo, manufacturers enjoy significant tort-liability protections. Most importantly, the Act eliminates manufacturer liability for a vaccine’s unavoidable, adverse side effects.
Hannah Bruesewitz’s parents filed a vaccine-injury petition in the Court of Federal Claims, claiming that Hannah became disabled after receiving a diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (DTP) vaccine nanufactured by Lederle Laboratories (now owned by respondent Wyeth). After that court denied their claim, they elected to reject the unfavorable judgment and filed suit in Pennsylvania state court, alleging, inter alia, that the defective design of Lederle’s DTP vaccine caused Hannah’s disabilities, and that Lederle was subject to strict liability and liability for negligent design under Pennsylvania common law. Wyeth removed the suit to the Federal District Court. It granted Wyeth summary judgment, holding that the relevant Pennsylvania law was preempted by 42 U. S. C. §300aa–22(b), which provides that “no vaccine manufacturer shall be liable in a civil action for damages arising from a vaccine-related injury or death associated with the administration of a vaccine after October 1, 1988, if the injury or death resulted from side-effects that were unavoidable even though the vaccine was properly prepared and was accompanied by proper directions and warnings.” The Third Circuit affirmed.
Read the entire case for yourself here: https://rb.gy/vousok
Many people are unaware that vaccine manufacturers are not held liable for injuries caused by their product. Many people are also unaware that vaccines are considered unavoidably unsafe by the highest court in the United States.
With the recent push for mandatory vaccinations in states like New York, California, and New Jersey, this should be big news. The fact that a government wants FORCE a product that is considered unavoidably unsafe on to it’s own citizens should send a chill down your spine. Where there is risk, there must be choice; and when it comes to vaccines, the risk has been deemed unavoidable.
Next time you hear someone parroting the marketing slogan “vaccines are safe and effective”, be sure to ask them if they’re aware that the Supreme Court Of The United States has deemed vaccines unavoidably unsafe.