Our Right to Decline Vaccines

And Congress must compare disease outcomes between the vaxxed & unvaxxed - to determine their role in aggravating the REAL espidemic:  CHRONIC illness.

At the end of 2021 a majority of voters told Rasmussen that they are justifiably worried about vaccine injury. This came even before the recent statistical confirmations of excess death post-COVID-19 vaccination. Indeed, 90% of Americans had rejected COVID-19’s booster late in 2022. Why then is the media still promoting vaccination and pushing the government to censor those scientists and doctors questioning old narratives? As forceful tactics disrespect informed consent, Americans are questioning mandates not just for COVID-19, but for all vaccines. Indeed, a 2022 Des Moines Register poll found childhood mandate support collapsing from 60% in 2015 to just over 30% now. Clearly, we need Representative Mary Miller’s National Informed Consent Exemption (NICE) Act for all mandates.

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Rep. Miller’s bill would do more than just allow exemption from any vaccine connected to the Federal government (via funding, licensing, or mandating). The bill would also encourage additional peer-reviewed studies comparing health outcomes in vaccinated and unvaccinated cohorts.  

Comparison studies are critical, since already several peer-reviewed studies have reproduced the finding that unvaccinated groups are exponentially healthier than vaccinated groups. In one peer-reviewed study, verified by medical experts in Federal litigation, the result was 1,242% less chronic disease for unvaccinated American adults and 1,100% less chronic disease for unvaccinated American children.  

And getting to the bottom of chronic disease represents a national emergency. Since gaining immunity from vaccine injury liability in 1986, the pharmaceutical industry has exploded the number of shots children receive by the time they enter college, to over 70 doses for over a dozen different diseases. In that same time period, chronic disease (such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and autoimmune disorders) has exploded among children from single digits to over half the population – the same percentage of chronic disease among adults. Such diseases cause up to 90% of health costs.  

Finally, the superior health among the unvaccinated is vital to understanding the history of public health, where pharmaceutical companies wrongly took credit from engineers for the reduction in disease mortality. The national data graphs prove it: all diseases collapsed in mortality before licensure and use of vaccines. Indeed, even diseases for which there exist no vaccine (e.g., scarlet fever) show the same trend. History needs to remember that what saved Americans from disease were the engineers who pioneered plumbing, sanitation and refrigeration, and the free market which produced wealth in a broader populace.  

Moreover, infectious disease rates from both the pre-vaccine era and post-vaccine era confirm public health benefiting from large groups of people pursuing natural immunity and enjoying excellent health as a result (see here and here). It was famously reported that of the approximately 74% total decline in mortality from 1900-1977, medical interventions such as antibiotics and vaccines were responsible for only approximately 1% to 3.5% of such decline. See here. Additionally, whatever 1%-3.5% benefit received from vaccines must be offset by the mortality caused by vaccines and other medical interventions, which clearly emphasizes that vaccine science is not settled. What will settle the science are actual studies comparing disease outcomes between the vaccinated and unvaccinated – which the NICE Act would require the government to acknowledge.

Without passage of the NICE Act, over-vaccination will continue to exacerbate the real epidemic: chronic disease. Please help show your respect for informed consent by co-sponsoring Ms. Miller’s bill for responsible science and ethics. 

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