Vaccine manufacturers aren’t setting aside enough money to compensate long list of vaccine injured children
Vaccine injury is reported to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting Center (VAERS) so frequently, that there aren’t enough resources to adequately respond to each case and compensate those who are legitimately harmed and killed by the vaccine. In 2016, there were 59,711 vaccine injuries reported to the government, which included 432 deaths. If any other product did this kind of damage, it would be swiftly recalled, and the manufacturer would be held liable. Not in the case of holy vaccines, which are exempt from legal liability.
Since 1986, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) was required by law to study vaccine safety, but now, more than thirty years later, HHS admits that no safety studies have been conducted and no surveillance system has been put in place to inform the public of vaccine risk and vaccine injury. HHS now admits that the VAERS system is unreliable because it only captures less than 1% of the total vaccine injuries that are actually taking place. Could the current vaccine schedule be causing 5.9 million vaccine injuries annually?
The 1986 Vaccine Injury Compensation Act gave pharmaceutical companies immunity from liability but it also required the government to conduct vaccine safety tests that were never conducted. “Within 2 years after December 22, 1987, and periodically thereafter, the Secretary shall prepare and transmit to the committee on Energy and commerce of the House of Representatives and the committee on Labor and Human Resources of the Senate a report describing the actions taken pursuant to subsection (a) during the preceding 2 year period. Subsection (a) requires the jurisdiction of the Secretary to promote the development of childhood vaccines that result in fewer or less serious adverse reactions that those vaccine on the market, and promote refinement of such vaccines. The law also requires the Secretary to make sure improvements are made to the vaccines with respect to manufacturing, processing, testing, labeling, warning, use instructions, distribution, storage, administration, field surveillance, adverse reaction reporting and recall of reactogenic batches of vaccine in order to reduce the risk of adverse reactions to vaccines. HHS was required to report this to Congress every two years.
HHS admitted in court documents that they could “not locate any records,” and the government is currently being sued for not complying with this law and hence putting American children’s lives at risk to dangerous science experiments.
VAERS allows the CDC and the FDA to look for trends that implicate vaccine safety. Negligently, no investigations are conducted into the reports. Only a select few cases of vaccine injury are presented to the Vaccine Court, a payout system setup to compensate families who can provide burden of proof of vaccine damage. All minor and unsubstantiated claims are swept under the rug, as the government continues to ignore their duty to make safer vaccines. Vaccine manufacturers clearly aren’t setting aside enough money to compensate families for vaccine injuries and vaccine injury data is not being taken seriously enough to provide adequate informed consent to parents who are pressured into vaccinating their kid. https://healthimpactnews.com/2018/hhs-sued-for-not-upholding-vaccine-safety-testing-mandated-by-law/
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