Vaccines and Justice…
One of the ideas some have put out publicly, and that I touched on in the previous post (Vaccinations, Hysteria, and Mob Mentality…) is to bring charges against the unvaccinated. (Even came up on the Today show). Let’s take a look at that.
Our justice system was founded, oddly enough, on the idea of justice, where the intent of the law is to apply equally to all parties. Furthermore, it also incorporates due process, where the legal rights of each person must be upheld, and that the procedures for legal proceedings be set and standard for each person.
Let’s look at the current landscape regarding vaccinations. The VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) database lists between 54-108 deaths with any vaccine related to measles (there are 5 listed) in the last 10 years, depending on how the search is done (their search tool is a mess). But the CDC has stated there have been no deaths attributed to measles or complications since 2003. But unlike other drugs, there’s no possibility of lawsuits against vaccine manufacturers–the makers have been given legal immunity. There is no due process. The only thing available is VAERS, which has paid out billions of dollars for the consequences of the “safe” vaccines (despite processing a claim taking upwards of a decade).
Yet there are people calling for the prosecution of the unvaccinated. How is it justice if only one group has legal recourse, especially considering the sheer lack of deaths related to measles compared to the deaths related to the vaccine?
The simple answer? It’s not.
And let’s talk about the burden of proof that would be needed, since our justice system isn’t based on emotion: would need to prove (assuming civil) that there’s a preponderance of the evidence that the particular person was the one (and only one) to have caused the infection. That’s a tall order for a naturally-occurring virus with a long incubation period. Highly unlikely to even come close to being able to meet that standard.
Plus there’s the fact the those who choose to opt-out most often have done so legally, so your suit would be against something that is legal.
So…what exactly would be your basis, especially now that the CDC has stated the Disney measles outbreak came from overseas.
One of the ideas some have put out publicly, and that I touched on in the previous post (Vaccinations, Hysteria, and Mob Mentality…) is to bring charges against the unvaccinated. (Even came up on the Today show). Let’s take a look at that. Our justice system was founded, oddly enough, on the idea of justice,…