The voices are getting louder, more public, and from inside government. Senators, Congressmen, and a head researcher (at the CDC) are publicly warning of the agency’s lack of integrity and regulatory ineptness. What kind of political process do we have when, in the light of these warnings, authors of bills to remove vaccine exemptions are citing studies and statements from the very same inept agency?
Recently Robert F Kennedy Jr. gave public testimony at the Vermont State House in strong opposition of H.98. This is a bill, with a forced vaccine amendment added, that in its short lifespan has already racked up a laundry list of underhanded techniques, fraud and conflict of interests that should disqualify it. Kennedy launched into his statements and immediately attacked the CDC by stating:
I think we need to begin that process by making sure that the vaccines are safe, they are efficacious and have a regulatory agency which recommends vaccines to the schedule, monitors them, has integrity and creditably. And unfortunately that is not the case at the moment.