Posted on Nov 11, 2018, 8 p.m.
This will come as big and important news for anyone concerned with the safety of vaccines: as it turns out the federal government has been neglecting safety obligation for decades, which has been proven in a court of law bringing RFK Jr and ICAN to victory over DHHS.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr teamed up with Del Bigtree of the Informed Consent Action Network to take on the Department of Health and Human Services for vaccine safety violations and they have won. Their lawsuit has brought forth evidence that vaccine safety has been neglected for over 30 years, and as we know it is nothing but a sham, showing that the government agencies we are to trust are not doing their jobs to ensure and improve the safety of immunizations.
The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 compels DHHS to take responsibility for improving efficacy and safety of vaccines; and charges them with continuous monitoring and improving of adverse event reporting. The DHHS is also tasked with providing a report on improvements by the Mandate for Safer Childhood Vaccine clause to the Congress at least every 2 years.
The DHHS has failed to meet even the most basic aspects of these important duties entrusted to them by failing to file a single report for the past three decades. It has been over 30 years since NVICA was put into place and entrusted to the DHHS to safeguard children, despite being the agency tasked with the responsibility of investigating and improving safety they have not done as much as to raise a finger towards vaccine safety.
This is an issue which should have been a top priority given the fact that NVICA completely voids industry responsibility regarding vaccine injuries and entrusts DHHS to the task of safeguarding. This can be seen as the government granting Big Pharma unprecendented economic immunity and carte blanche towards the matter of vaccine injury; and yet again another agency has dropped the ball which was charged with protecting the public, moreover innocent children from vaccines.
Additionally ICAN has reported that DHHS has not eschewed from their vaccines responsibilities completely, as they have reportedly taken their obligation to promote vaccine uptake seriously via spending billions of dollars on conduction reports showing how to increase vaccination rates.
ICAN has stated: “ICAN was therefore forced to file a lawsuit to force HHS to either provide copies of its biennial vaccine safety reports to Congress or admit it never filed these reports. The result of the lawsuit is that HHS had to finally and shockingly admit that it never, not even once, submitted a single biennial report to Congress detailing the improvements in vaccine safety. This speaks volumes to the seriousness by which vaccine safety is treated at HHS and heightens the concern that HHS doesn’t have a clue as to the actual safety profile of the now 29 doses, and growing, of vaccines given by one year of age.”
“Regrettably, HHS has chosen to focus on its obligation to increase vaccine uptake and defend against any claim vaccines cause harm in the National Injury Vaccine Compensation Program (aka, the Vaccine Court) to such a degree that it has abandoned its vaccine safety responsibilities. If HHS is not, as confirmed in Court this week, even fulfilling the simple task of filing a biennial report on vaccine safety improvements, there is little hope that HHS is actually tackling the much harder job of actually improving vaccine safety.”
Robert F. Kennedy Jr and ICAN have sued the US Government about the safety of vaccines, and have won. The question that remains is will the government agencies charged with protecting the public and failing to do so be held accountable for the negligence, will the Department of Health and Human Services finally be held accountable for their failure? Or will things continue on as is with the vaccine industry continuing to be allowed to spread its toxic injections, just how deep do those Big Pharma pockets go and encompass; and when do the blinders come off?
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