And the hits just keep on coming…Next up in the Are You Freakin’ Kidding Me? Awards for today would be the Natomas (Sacramento), California School District sending out the district student services director, Heyman Matlock and a nurse to immunize children for whooping cough at their homes (and track down truant children to boot.)
The best part? California parents are allowed by another state law to opt out of vaccinations. ABC News10 has left that particular piece of information out of their report.
California Nurse Tracks Down Unvaccinated Students & Homeschoolers
I am including this video for those that missed Alex Jones’ interview with Dr. Sherri Tenpenny a few days ago on the vaccination hoax, and the forced immunizations that are making our children so sick and Big Pharma’s lifetime customers.
Question: Do we still live in the ‘Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave’? or is this more like the Fourth Reich…don’t answer that…
September 20, 2011
If your child hasn’t received the whooping cough vaccine, he or she is now banned from attending class at many California schools. Despite legitimate religious or personal health reasons for rejecting the whooping cough vaccine, your child simply cannot attend class. Due to a law that requires all students entering grades seven through 12 be vaccinated, the San Francisco school district has begun sending home children who do not have proof of receiving the whooping cough vaccination.
Proof of vaccine ineffectiveness
Why are schools afraid of unvaccinated children spreading the disease to vaccinated children if the whooping cough vaccine is truly effective? How could an unvaccinated child spread the disease to someone who has already received the whooping cough vaccine?
Interestingly enough, scientists have found that vaccinating against the whooping cough is actually an ineffective waste of money. In fact, widespread vaccination of adults against whooping cough (pertussis)would do almost nothing to reduce infection rates among unvaccinated children according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Michigan and published in the journal Science.