It is the very important vaccination debate playing out right before our very eyes on Capital Hill where our overlord lawmakers, and corporate media fact spinners are deciding our fates.
Rand Paul on Monday had said in an interview with CNBC, “I have heard of many tragic cases of walking, talking normal children who wound up with profound mental disorders after vaccines.”
Then he says, “I’m not arguing vaccines are a bad idea. I think they’re a good thing, but I think the parents should have some input,” he added. “The state doesn’t own your children. Parents own the children and it is an issue of freedom.”
So he knows they have maimed children and caused profound mental disorders, yet he is not arguing vaccines are a bad idea. In fact, Paul has made it clear that he’s pro-vaccine.
Then he tells ABC News: “I did not say vaccines caused disorders, just that they were temporally related — I did not allege causation. I support vaccines, I receive them myself and I had all of my children vaccinated.”
The big picture in the media on Tuesday was the libertarian congressman and doctor, Rand Paul getting a big old fat needle poked into his arm for his hepatitis A booster shot. Paul was concerned over his libertarian comrades seeing the picture and criticising him that he stated, “Oh you’re not libertarian enough!” or “See you’re for big government now!” or “Wow so you think hippies who don’t want to vaccinate their children should still be allowed to be around my kids?!
The senior editor of the Daily Beast, Justin Miller then tweeted to Paul “F*** you.”
Miller then quickly deleted the tweet and issued the following statement to Politico: “I replied from my personal account to what I felt was spin after Senator Paul said factually incorrect things about vaccines. It would’ve been better to respond with facts than an obscenity, and I deleted the tweet so it wouldn’t reflect on the Beast. I’m sorry for the insult,” Miller said
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