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Old 10-13-2017, 09:08 PM
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Default Re: Parents, do your due diligence on vaccination! There are serious risks!!

Originally Posted by But View Post
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Originally Posted by But View Post
There is no mechanism and there is no correlation. That rules out vaccines as a cause. That someone drops dead after getting a vaccine, even if it's the next minute, means absolutely nothing by itself. But you're too dense to understand that, as we all know.
If a healthy child gets a shot and drops dead the next minute, are you that dense to suggest it means nothing by itself? If a child eats peanuts and goes into shock and dies the next minute, are you that dense to suggest the peanuts had nothing to do with it?
If vaccines were the big killer that you nutjobs claim they are, it would be really easy to show a correlation between vaccination and deaths or injury. There isn't one.
Stop putting words in my mouth But. I never said vaccines were a big killer but they do contain risks. You cannot state with absolute certainty which children will be injured. There is growing evidence that vaccines can and do cause harm, whether you believe it or not. It is not up to you or anyone else to mandate that a child be vaccinated according to a man made schedule or be penalized. There is so much wrong here, it's hard to believe the energy it must take to put down and mock every legitimate study that questions the safety and efficacy of vaccines. The fact that you said that even if a child got a shot and immediately died does not prove a correlation is very telling.
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