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For all of the bad that characterized our world in 2019, there are a handful of what you might call “health heroes” who deserve a shout-out for the critical roles they played in helping to advance health freedom in our nation amid a growing tide of censorship and truth-shaming.
The following five individuals were brave enough to speak out during this past year against the prevailing vaccine dogmas, at considerable risk to their careers and livelihoods. In fact, one of them actually lost her life as a result of her courage, and we’d like to honor her for doing the right thing despite the horrific repercussions that ensued.
The individual in question is USA Today best-selling author Jennifer Jaynes, who made a name for herself publishing novels such as Malice that present fictitious scenarios aimed at exposing the very real vaccine deep state, which is little more than a criminal racket driven by greed.
Jaynes was reportedly found shot to death on November 25th, the day before Thanksgiving, with not one but two gunshot wounds to the head. The fact that Jaynes was shot twice proves that her death wasn’t the result of suicide, though this is what the shameless fake news media is reporting as the cause of her death.
Back in the spring, Del Bigtree, founder of the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN), delivered a speech that was instrumental in helping to overturn a ban on unvaccinated children in public spaces that was issued by the Supreme Court of Rockland County, New York.
The winning producer of Vaxxed: From Coverup to Catastrophe, Bigtree has been fighting on the front lines to stop the persecution of unvaccinated people and their allies, making a strong case time and time again for freedom of choice when it comes to the right of all Americans to make their own medical decisions.
Joining Bigtree in this effort was Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and his Children’s Health Defense (CHD) organization, which back in the summer filed a lawsuit against the State of New York for attempting to eliminate the right of parents in the Empire State to exempt their children from “mandatory” vaccination on the basis of religious opposition.
In addition to publishing numerous bombshell investigative reports exposing FDA-approved and CDC-pushed vaccines for being dangerous and ineffective, Kennedy and the CHD have made it a top priority to work towards protecting the right of all Americans to opt out of forced vaccinations, even as health “authorities” continue to fight against freedom of health choice.
In response to the growing wave of censorship across the Big Tech and social media spectrum, Hollywood actor Rob Schneider went against the grain of most of his colleagues by tweeting his opposition to violations of online free speech, including free speech that questions the safety and effectiveness of vaccines.
Calling out Jeff Bezos of Amazon by name, Schneider emphasized on Twitter, at significant risk to his own career, that freedom of speech includes all types of speech, including “speech that you find repugnant.” Schneider also called out the tech giants for trying to dictate which types of health information are “acceptable,” and which types constitute “misinformation.”
“That’s a load of totalitarian crap,” Schneider added about Big Tech’s routine use of the “misinformation” designator as an excuse to scrub politically incorrect speech about vaccines, pharmaceuticals, and other forms of conventional “medicine” from the internet.
Mainstream “conservatism” has all but completely sold out to Big Vaccine, with mainstream outlets like Fox News and The Daily Caller joining the left in pushing pro-vaccine propaganda. But Michelle Malkin, a real conservative, is having none of it.
In a recent op-ed she wrote for WND, Malkin praised Rob Schneider for his bravery while calling out “the political establishment of both parties” for selling out to Big Pharma and Big Tech.
Because she’s one of only a few lone voices in conservatism who’s willing to tell the truth about vaccines, no matter the cost, Malkin deserves credit for standing firm in her convictions.
“‘Safe and effective’ is a lie,” Malkin wrote about vaccines, adding that “[t]he science is far from settled.”
“It’s not just speech-squelching Silicon Valley and special interest Democrats colluding to suppress the freedom to question mandatory vaccine programs and disseminate information challenging Big Pharma and Big Government’s narratives,” she adds, referring to the hordes of neo-“conservatives” who see nothing wrong with the government forcing people to get vaccinated against their will.
“… the ‘crisis’ is vaccine-induced, and it is vaccine racket critics – from the homeschoolers in flyover country to Rob Schneider in Hollywood – who are the real patriots defending our freedoms of speech, assembly, press and conscience,” Malkin beautifully wrote in condemnation of faux conservatives who reject freedom of health choice.
Someone who’s not a health hero is President Trump. While he certainly talked a big game while on the campaign trail about the questionable nature of vaccines, Trump has yet to get to the bottom of one of the biggest medical scams in history – and we can only ask, why?
While we hope that something will happen towards this end as we enter the new year, there’s not much to speak of at this time in terms of the Trump administration’s efforts to protect Americans from the growing threat of forced vaccination.
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