Russell Brand reads Dr. Jay Bhattacharya’s (Standford Univ) BRILILANT analysis of California bill.
SB 866 would allow kids 12 to 17 to get the COVID-19 vaccine without parental consent;
SB871 adds the Covid-19 injection to the list for public and private schools regardless of FDA approval. No personal Belief Exemptions (PBE) are allowed and Medical Exemptions (ME) are very rare;
SB920 authorizes the medical board to inspect a doctor’s office and medical records without a patient’s consent;
SB 1018 would require online platforms to be more transparent about how information is pushed out to consumers;
SB1184 authorizes school health personnel to disclose child’s medical information to a third party without consent from parents;
SB1390 prohibits any person/ entity from making statements government deems untrue or misleading by any means including on internet/ ads;
SB 1464 would force law enforcement officials, including independent sheriffs, to enforce public health orders or lose their funding;
SB 1479 would require schools to continue testing and to create testing plans;
AB 1993 would require all employees, including independent contractors, to show proof of COVID-19 vaccine to work in California;
AB 1797 creates an immunization tracking system giving all government agencies access to vax records of all persons;
AB 2098 would reclassify the sharing of COVID-19 “misinformation” by doctors and surgeons as unprofessional conduct that would result in disciplinary action.
A LITTLE GUN HISTORY
In 1929, the Soviet Union established gun control. From 1929 to 1953, about 20 million dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
In 1911, Turkey established gun control. From 1915 to 1917,1.5 million Armenians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
Germany established gun control in 1938 and from 1939 to 1945, a total of 13 million Jews and others who were unable to defend themselves were rounded up and exterminated.
China established gun control in 1935. From 1948 to 1952, 20 million political dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
Guatemala established gun control in 1964. From 1964 to 1981, 100,000 Mayan Indians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
Uganda established gun control in 1970. From 1971 to 1979, 300,000 Christians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
Cambodia established gun control in 1956. From 1975 to 1977, one million educated people, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
Defenseless people rounded up and exterminated in the 20th Century because of gun control: 56 million.
You won’t see this data on the US evening news, or hear politicians disseminating this information. Guns in the hands of honest citizens save lives and property and, yes, gun-control laws adversely affect only the law-abiding citizens.
Take note my fellow Americans, before it’s too late!
“Weapons of war don’t belong on our streets,” Newsom wrote on Twitter on Tuesday. “This is a huge victory for the health and safety of all Californians.”
That depends upon what is taking place on our streets and whether our right to self protection is at question as was just settled in Kenosha, WI.
NEVER, NEVER, NOT EVER SURRENDER YOUR GUNS OR ANY PARTS THEREOF, INCLUDING AMMO.
If any person needs a recent example, then they may refer to present day Austria and Australia with their COVID Tyranny.
THE soundbite from the article…that the limitation saves lives (sounds like vaccines save lives meme)…and “people are able to defend their home”.
The 2nd amendment is about defending the country from a tyrannical government and we need LCMs for that!
Something is causing the waters just off the west coast to heat up dramatically, fish are dying off in staggering numbers, birds that feed on those fish are also dying off rapidly, and scientists have discovered 15,000 holes in the ocean floor off the coast of California. Oh, and scientists don’t know for certain why any of these things are happening. Unfortunately, the mainstream media is not emphasizing this crisis, and so most Americans don’t even know what is going on. But the truth is that what we are facing is extremely serious. In fact, officials have taken the “unprecedented” step of shutting down the federal cod fishery in Alaska for the year because of the lack of fish. We are seeing things happen that we have never seen before, and this is definitely going to affect our food supply.
Alert 2017 California Leg. SB 18 CHILDREN’S BILL OF RIGHTS
VLA Comment: Here we have a new legislation driven by Senator Pan the initiator of SB277 that has taken away the rights of California children to attend school if they are not fully vaccinated.
On December 5, 2016, Democratic Senator Pan brought SB 18: Bill of Rights for Children and Youth in California to the Senate floor. READ MORE….
California’s SB 18 In regular Doc. form DOWNLOAD
California legislators pass SB792
This bill, commencing September 1, 2016, would prohibit a person from being employed or volunteering at a day care center or a family day care home if he or she has not been immunized against influenza, pertussis, and measles.
Thursday, Sept. 12, 2015 the California legislator passed another first in the nation bill, SB 792. It is a very dangerous precedent. It is the first in the nation that a government mandates vaccination to private industry. With this we may see a future of the government mandating vaccine compliance to one industry at at time, as a means to achieve National Institute of Health goals of Compulsory Adult Vaccination. This follows on the heels of SB 277 which has been signed into law. SB277 prohibits a child to attend private, public or pre school without being fully vaccinated (at this time….49 vaccine doses by the age of six). Unvaccinated children must homeschool. Homeschool can not be a classroom setting. It is notable that Bill Gates, the number one promoter of world wide vaccination also is in the homeschool business (virtual education). He has bought up many home school programs and has changed programs to integrate Federally developed education for the masses…Common Core Curricuum.
California vaccination legislation affects four fundamental rights.
I swore an oath to uphold the U.S. and California constitutions. Sometimes, that means voting against “responsible” bills that nevertheless represent government overreach. California’s broad new mandate, that a child cannot attend school unless vaccinated for 10 conditions and “any other disease deemed appropriate,” was such an occasion.
The legislation affects four fundamental rights: to parent one’s children; to refuse medical treatment; to practice one’s religion (for those whose creed genuinely eschews medicine); and to attend school (a unique right recognized in California).
OUR VIEW: Tighten vaccination loopholes
Assuming the government has a compelling reason here — slowing the spread of disease — it still can only infringe these liberties if a law is narrowly tailored and logical, and if no less-restrictive means exist.
But could the government mandate that everyone use condoms to stop the spread of HIV? Of course not. Such intimate decisions are not for government to make.
About 56,000 people die from the flu or pneumonia each year. Prohibiting travel and assemblies of anyone suspected of being infected would stop disease transmission, prevent deaths and do much good. But again, because the right to assemble is fundamental, the government could not take it away just because you have the flu.
As an article in the Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics recently noted, court rulings allowing mandatory vaccinations are outdated, narrow and come from a line of precedent that also allowed the government to sterilize those it deemed genetically unfit. Forced-vaccination proponents often say we should “trust scientists.” I do. They would be wise to trust constitutional lawyers.
A law mandating vaccinating kindergarteners for an STD, shots for tetanus (not communicable) and “any other” vaccines that some bureaucrat chooses — or a child loses the right to education — is too broad to be constitutional.
Mike Gatto, a Democrat, represents Burbank in the California State Assembly and has practiced constitutional and appellate law.