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Forced Vaccination Coming in California?


The reality, hard as it is to imagine, is that we must fight fascist medicine in one of our largest states—and elsewhere. State-based Action Alerts!

Late last year, State Senator Richard Pan of California introduced a bill allegedly aimed at ensuring a child’s right to quality healthcare, childcare, and education. This being Sen. Pan, let’s read between the lines.

Sen. Pan, you may remember, is the lawmaker who sponsored SB 277, California’s law that removed all non-medical exemptions to vaccines. We think his new bill, falsely disguised as an uncontroversial “Children’s Bill of Rights,” is simply a stepping stone to get what he and the vaccine manufacturers wanted all along—mandatory vaccination for all children.

Remember that SB 277 applies only to children attending public and private schools—homeschooled children are not part of the law. And other children are able to get medical exemptions from doctors brave enough to endure the media frenzy or the licensing threats that ensue when they write exemptions.

The Medical Board of California is already attacking doctors who don’t toe the line. Recall that Dr. Bob Sears is facing charges of gross negligence from the medical board for daring to write a letter recommending that a two-year-old be excused from vaccinations because his mother reported that the child had serious adverse reactions to previous immunizations. The point is to scare other doctors from writing medical exemptions.

That’s one group of unvaccinated children down. What about the homeschoolers?

That’s where Sen. Pan’s “Children’s Bill of Rights” comes in. If a child has a right to basic medical care, this could very well be interpreted to include vaccinations. If the parents of a homeschooled child decide to delay vaccination, or to skip certain shots, the state could argue that the parents are withholding necessary medical treatment and force vaccination on the child.

There are few legal protections for parents in these scenarios. Adults can refuse certain medical treatments for themselves for whatever reason, but with children it’s a whole different ballgame. To refuse what the state deems a necessary medical treatment is grounds for removing the child from the custody of the parents—and turning him or her over to the state.

The zeal of Sen. Pan to impose a vaccine regime on unwilling Californians must be checked. It is shameful (and ironic) to use a “Children’s Bill of Rights” as a vehicle to stamp out the last remaining rights of parents to refuse vaccination for their children. What else will the California government determine is best for children, whether parents agree or not? This is an incredibly slippery slope.

This isn’t just an issue for California residents. California often acts as a model for other states. If a mandatory vaccination regime gets enacted in California, it will only embolden other state legislatures to do the same.


State-based Action Alert!

  • California residents, write to your representatives and tell them to oppose Sen. Pan’s legislation. Please send your message immediately!

  • Other state residents: Find your state below and click the link to oppose bad vaccine bills in your state.






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  • marihia

    Cal. has all kinds of garbage coming from across the border……..LORD KNOWS WHAT DISEASES THEY CARRY

    • Kim

      California has no vaccine mandate for Senators and their staffers … LORD KNOWS WHAT DISEASES THEY CARRY! (And unlike kindergarteners, some certainly engage in HEP-B risk behavior.)


    This is the same rotten Vaccine tyrant that had me thrown out of Twitter just because I posted anti-vaccine comments!

    • riverstrat .

      Any site that uses MODERATORS is a site to avoid like the plague, its only
      real purpose is to CONTROL THE NARATIVE.
      I closed twitter and facebook years ago. Peace bro.

  • Eowyn O’Rohan

    Technically it does include homeschoolers because, under CA educational law, homeschooling parents are supposed to register their homeschool with the state dept of ed as a private school. You are “allowed” to homeschool under the “private school exemption”, therefore, this disgusting forced vaccination “law” would apply to homeschoolers. I filled out the private school form every school year from 2000-2001 to 2006-2007 when we left that wretched state.

  • Which Pharma company does your Senator Pan have shares or “interest” in? that would make me curious!

    • Jeff_Bell

      Not just shares in Big Pharma. Pan has also taken hundreds of thousands in cash from Big Pharma. He also refuses to answer questions about his evil laws in any public forum. When confronted in such, he just leaves the room.

      So how about we turn the tables and use fear to motivate Richard Pan? Isn’t it time for a serious recall campaign against this evil being?

      • Absolutely. However, I live in Canada and am not sure if I can sign these petitions. It never ceases to amaze me that Big Pharma wants everyone sick so they can be pumped full of drugs. Who will work in the future to pay Big Pharma? So many are getting really sick!

  • Robert Cruder

    Stop playing Trump games!

    Calling someone names does not make it true. Not agreeing with something does not make it “fascist”. My Italian parents knew what a fascist is and you do not.

    We either make decisions for the good of the group or cower in a corner hoping that others will cover for us. It was always the privileged fascists who were in the corner.

    The parasites who depended on everyone else being vaccinated will start doing their part.

    • padden

      What a myopic and yes, fascist, point of view. There are far better ways to stay healthy than vaccination. In fact, vaccination is a good way to lose your health. This philosophy, of imposing your ideas on others, against their will, is _the very definition of fascism_. Not agreeing with me does not make you fascist, but being if favor of coericing or forcing an invasive needle, chock full of heavy metals, aborted fetal cells, simian viruses and other filth into healthy people (that most emphatically don’t want it) is definitely fascist. Keep your filthy ideas of health away from MY body.

      • Amen brother well said agree totally !

      • WaterGenie

        Elegantly said.

      • Robert Cruder

        Please provide the peer-reviewed scientific studies that support your claim. The recent election shows that some will believe whatever you fabricate if you have enough trolls to promote it. I challenge you to prove that you are not just a schoolyard name-caller.

        Go to Medscape, Medline, Pubmed, BMJ, AMA, NEJM, CDC. Go to any accredited national health organization. Go to the UN.

        Prove to me that you are not totally ignorant spouting BS and backing it up with insults.

      • pmbSAC

        Jenny McCarthy, is that you? Not only is that not even close to the definition of fascism, your comments are based on ignorant, refuted, and pseudo-science, but you either a) know that already but don’t want to admit it, or 2) won’t listen to anyone not named Robert F. Kennedy or Laura Eisenhower. So there is really no point in debating you, but I had to laugh when you described something that might be totalitarianism, but is in no way fascism. But it is a cool and fun-to-use word, isn’t it?

    • WaterGenie

      The only true and indefinitely lasting herd immunity comes with getting the disease. Partial immunity to several of hundreds of strains last a few years.

      • Jasmine

        What the “herd immunity” enthusiasts fail to realize is that, assuming these inoculations work at all, those vaccinated become CARRIERS of the pathogen. Just because they don’t get sick doesn’t mean they can’t pass the disease organisms on to others, including persons at risk who assume they are safe from infection. I have a natural immunity to strep throat. Never had it in spite of being around others who are infected and eating food they’ve handled. I asked my doctor if I could pick up the pathogen and pass it along to others unwittingly. Absolutely!

    • Jasmine

      Got an agenda much, Robert? The fascist leader your Italian parents knew was quoted as saying, “Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger of state and corporate power.”

      You don’t need jack-booted thugs goose-stepping down your street to be living in a fascist state. When government does the bidding of corporations instead of representing the People, you are living in a fascist state. When government declares corporations to be “persons” you are being governed by fascists. When government forces a regimen upon real, living persons, that is fascism.

      If you are so convinced that these poisons will save you from disease, then go ahead and get injected instead of taking responsibility for your own health and researching alternatives. Just don’t try to force your fascist agenda on me or my family!

      • Robert Cruder

        Calling anything you dislike “fascist” does not change the meaning of the word, especially combining it with descriptions that are clearly National Socialist Germany.

        Both include corporatism but vaccines are supported and required by governments that are not capitalist and some that are largely socialist such as those in Scandinavia.

        Long before vaccines, those even suspected of communicable disease were quarantined. I’m sure that those who did not care about infecting other citizens were equally sure that their rights were being infringed.

        Adult citizens make sacrifices for the good of the whole and accept the advice of those educated in a subject. Children on the playground sacrifice for no one and are always right. Go back there!

        • Jasmine

          Capitalism, corporatism, socialism, fascism… Robert, you seem very confused, or is blathering about political ideologies a diversionary tactic?

          Re quarantines: Being quarantined didn’t ruin your health.

          Re the advice of those educated: Educated in what? Pushing drugs?

          • Robert Cruder

            My point is that your insult terms don’t even need to be consistent within the same sentence. I suppose they make you feel superior.

            In an overcrowded world, I agree that herd immunity would be stronger if one just lets susceptible individuals die but those paid to make law don’t decide on that basis. You claim that your rights are being denied but enjoy exactly the same rights as others; just not more for your whining.

            You accept herd immunity created by others relieving you of worry about exposure but claim that such worry was never justified and that you are intellectually superior to previous generations. Those of us who have studied history disagree and not respectfully so.

          • pmbSAC

            Perfectly said, Robert. It’s refreshing to hear a voice of reason emerge from this cesspool of conspiratorial psychobabble.

  • Sounds like this guy should be the test subject for Cali . Just another dirt bag making money off US !

  • Mike Bacon

    I’m now 30 years Vax-free!

  • Rick Morrow

    One of the ways filing companies stay in business is to get corrupt government agencies or legislators to purchase their products, make them mandatory and distribute them. There is a solution. Make this practice illegal.

  • Lisa O.

    I am appalled that Pan is up his old tricks again. He is the epitomy of a fascist government grunt for sale. I am so glad my kids are past school age. They are both vaccine-damaged, but it would have been worse if they were starting out now, because of the increase in mandatory vaccines. I am part of the fight against SB277, however the judges are even corrupt and they are trying to throw out our lawsuit, without even acknowledging all of our complaints or letting it be heard! It is a very scary time in our country.

  • pmbSAC

    yournewswire??? That’s a joke, right? Please tell me you don’t believe anything one that site. You just fell on your own sword there. The Onion is more respected than the garbage on that site. I think the tinfoil hat has cut off the circulation to your brain.