3000 at DC Mall for Vaccine Injury Awareness
Note: Below is a terrific summary of the event last week in Washington, DC. Has anyone pointed out that "VIE" in French means "life?" Appropos, n'est pas?
Thousands Rally in DC for Vaccine Injury Awareness
By June Fakkert, Epoch Times
Nearly 3,000 people attended a rally on the National Mall in Washington on Friday to bring attention to what they say is an epidemic of vaccine injury in America, an epidemic that is not getting either the medical or media attention it needs.
The event, called the Vaccine Injury Epidemic Event, was organized by the non-profit group Crazymothers. Founder Hillary Simpson told Epoch Times that she organized the event to bring doctors lawyers, scientists, legislators, and mothers together to address the vaccine issue from every angle.
“I think when you have 53 percent of American children suffer from a chronic issue you have to start to look at it,” she told The Epoch Times.
Simpson’s son had a severe reaction after receiving several vaccinations on the same day. After she made a video describing what happened, she estimates that she heard from thousands of parents who reported similar symptoms to her son’s. Common symptoms described in the reports were very high fevers, immediate signs of gastrointestinal issues, encephalitis (swelling of the brain), and seizures.
The other common theme she said is that when parents take a child with these symptoms back to their doctor, physicians say this isn’t a vaccine reaction.
Event speakers included Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Del Bigtree a journalist and producer of the documentary “Vaxxed: From Cover-up to Catastrophe,” which looks at evidence of fraud in one of the key MMR safety studies done by the CDC, and Dr. Andrew Wakefield, the director of “Vaxxed.” The film’s makers say the film has been heavily censored.
The event also included a screening of “Vaxxed II: The People’s Choice,” a compilation of interviews with parents collected by the “Vaxxed” film team while on a screening tour for the first film.
On the 18-month tour, over 7200 people wrote on the tour bus the names of their loved ones who they believe were injured or killed by vaccines. At Friday’s rally, over 1200 new names were added, “Vaxxed” team members told Epoch Times. Read more at Epoch Times here.