In direct violation of Federal law (1986 Vaccine Injury Compensation Act), Health and Human Services (HHS), the parent agency of all of the United States federal health agencies, has failed to provide a single vaccine safety report to Congress…for thirty years.
The 1986 Vaccine Injury Compensation Act, congress passed into law during the presidency of Ronald Reagan. What is it? What was its purpose?
This Act had multiple purposes and requirements, one of which was to put the responsibility to ‘make vaccines safe’ on someone….or some organization, because the pharmaceutical companies who had been responsible up to that point, were whining because they were losing too much money to parents and families who were suing them in court for vaccine injuries and deaths.
So, the Act put the responsibility on HHS. Per the Act, citizens of the United States can’t sue vaccine manufacturers/pharmaceutical companies. Instead, if you want to obtain some sort of ‘official’ acknowledgement of the harm caused to you or your child, your only option is to sue HHS. However, there is no real justice. Because these ‘wins’ in these FISA vaccine courts don’t have any really consequences. Why? Because the manufacturer receives no punishment. They don’t have to pay out any money, because they are not being sued…HHS is.
So who pays when the vaccine injured win their FISA-like court cases?
TAXPAYERS. The more than 4 billion dollars that have been paid to those injured, disabled, and killed by vaccines have come out of the vaccine injury compensation fund…which is funded by taxpayers.
So who is on the hook for vaccine failures?
Who is on the hook for compensating the citizens of America for this?
The ICAN sought copies of the vaccine safety reports that HHS was required to submit to Congress every two years, starting in 1988. After eight months of stonewalling from HHS and and after ICAN submitted a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, HHS finally acknowledged that they had violated federal law — the 1986 Act — that they had never prepared nor submitted on vaccine safety report in thirty years.
Even if HHS had prepared reports, it wouldn’t have mattered in regards to the safety of Americans. As long as the pharmaceutical companies that manufacture vaccines don’t have any legal liability in court/can’t be sued, they have no incentive to take responsibility for vaccine safety. Congress eliminated that incentive by passing the 1986 Act.
The consequences of HHS’ failure and inaction – breaking federal law – means it does not have any idea as to the safety of the 39 doses and growing, of vaccines given by one year of age, including in-utero. If you need confirmation of this, read the Institute of Medicine (IOM) reports.
Contact ICAN today to request a copy of the petition which you can sign, demanding that HHS provide taxpayers and all citizens critical health information and end the stonewalling. The failure of HHS is outrageous, and needs to be investigated. HHS is allowing children and everyone to be injured, disabled, and to die from vaccines….because in actuality, no one is being held responsible or taking responsibility for safety.
Do you still believe that HHS is doing its job?
In 2013, the IOM found that, “No studies have compared the differences in health outcomes… between entirely unimmunized populations of children and fully immunized children…. Furthermore, studies designed to examine the long-term effects of the cumulative number of vaccines or other aspects of the immunization schedule have not been conducted.” In a 2008 interview, former NIH Director Bernadette Healy explained that HHS refuses to perform safety studies out of fear that they will expose dangers, “that would scare the public away” from vaccines. Healy continued, “First of all, I think the public is smarter than that… I don’t think you should ever turn your back on any scientific hypothesis because you’re afraid of what it might show.”
However, independent studies such as the one by Mawson 2017, show that vaccinated children are injured and bear the consequence of chronic disease, using sample sizes larger than those used to test the MMR vaccine.