Federal health officials continue to push a widespread vaccination agenda, despite strong evidence that immunizations can harm or even kill patients while offering no reassurance of avoiding disease. But, now, this government-sponsored agenda has reached an all-time low.
Their latest target? One of the most vulnerable groups: pregnant women.
In a National Vaccine Advisory Committee (NVAC) report published by the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) earlier this year, the department details new concerted efforts to target pregnant women for vaccination. The report references the need for successful development of a national maternal immunization program, noting that the department had charged the NVAC with reviewing the current maternal immunization practices and identify barriers to better aligning those practices with broader immunization goals as described in the National Vaccine Plan.
A sick policy putting mothers and babies at risk
The primary areas of focus for the government’s new vaccination program targeting pregnant women are influenza and pertussis. Yet, you need look no further than the actual vaccine manufacturer’s product inserts to verify the vast deficiency in any evidence to counter fears over likely vaccine dangers.