All 50 states now require children to be vaccinated for multiple diseases before they’re allowed to begin kindergarten. California requires vaccinations before kids can attend preschool or go to daycare, with no religious exemptions allowed.
Connecticut forces parents to have their children vaccinated for an astonishing 9 separate potential illnesses.
Given that the vaccination issue now impacts all families in America, directly or indirectly, you’d think it would have garnered more media attention when it was learned that vaccine champion and Microsoft founder Bill Gates refused to allow his own children to be vaccinated.
This admission came from the Gates family’s personal physician in Seattle, who was speaking behind closed doors with other doctors at a symposium last year (someone at the conference leaked the conversation, so the doctor himself technically did not violate doctor-patient confidentiality rules).
The doctor reportedly told his colleagues, “I don’t know if he (Gates) had them vaccinated as adults, but I can tell you he point blank refused to vaccinate them as children.”
In the course of his philanthropic work, Bill Gates has become one of the world’s most vocal proponents of forcing everyone to vaccinate their children.
Gates travels to security conferences and rather than speak about the usual leftist boogeyman of the apocalypse (global warming), Gates rants that a worldwide pandemic disease is going to kill tens of millions of people without warning.
We would also note that despite this fear, which is certainly more rational than global warming based on historical precedent and actual science, Gates is an open-borders globalist. He supports allowing sick illegal aliens and refugees to cross our borders with no obstacles to them (certainly not a wall).
Gates has used his fortune to finance programs with the UN that send doctors in to stick needles into every baby in Africa. Not surprisingly, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is viewed with skepticism or in many cases, outright hatred from the people he is supposedly seeking to help.
In 2014, the Kenyan Catholic Doctors Association became suspicious of the vaccines they were receiving from Gates and company and sent multiple batches to be tested.
Researchers discovered that the vaccines that were being administered to 2.3 million African girls were full of HCG, an antigen that causes miscarriages and sterilization. Oops.
In India, the situation is even worse. Gates was pushing human trials of the HPV, Cervarix and Gardisil vaccines on remote tribal children there several years ago.
For those who don’t know, these vaccines are for a sexually transmitted disease that is 100% preventable if girls don’t have unprotected sex with hordes of strange men – yet many US states are pushing to make it mandatory for all girls.
In Andhra Pradesh, India, the authorities say five children died immediately after receiving a Gardasil shot and many more became violently ill. In another village, two children died, and hundreds were hospitalized after receiving the HPV vaccine.
California removed the option for parents to obtain a religious exemption from vaccinating their children, because tech oligarchs in Silicon Valley and wealthy elites in Hollywood were all refusing to vaccinate their kids.
It’s remarkable how religious they suddenly became when the state began mandating medical treatments for their own children, isn’t it?
CNN did a report on areas that were most likely to opt out of California’s vaccination schedule. The wealthiest, whitest neighborhoods in Santa Barbara, Silicon Valley and Orange County topped the list.
The American Journal of Public Health also found that kindergarten students in the most expensive private schools were twice as likely to have a vaccine exemption as their public-school counterparts.
Bill Gates and his friends among the wealthy elites refuse to submit their own children to the mandatory vaccinations they expect the rest of the world to submit to.
It seems like the media would be more interested in that story, given the amount of time reporters spend denouncing Jenny McCarthy as a tinfoil hat-wearing conspiracy theorist.
It also seems like Bill Gates and the elites know something about vaccines that the rest of us aren’t being told.
Photo Credit: Wikipedia – By World Economic Forum – originally posted to Flickr as Bill Gates – World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Davos 2008, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=3782913
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