A new bill up before the California legislature may see anti-vaccination film ‘Vaxxed’ banned in California.
As Vaxxed continues to attract large audiences all over the United States who learn about how the CDC buried key data showing a link between the MMR vaccine and autism – authorities in California have devised a way of burying the film forever.
In the study, the vaccine was given a free pass, with assurances that it didn’t increase the risk of autism in children—when, in fact, the data showed it did increase that risk.
***The key moments in Vaxxed are audio recordings of CDC researcher Thompson confessing his sins.
But wait. Now we have a bill, AB 1671, up before the California legislature. If it passes, it could make it a crime to screen Vaxxed or even write an article about it.
Those recordings of Thompson could be labeled “undercover,” and “illegal,” and therefore make them the target of AB 1671.
Furthermore, AB 1671 specifically seeks to protect “healthcare providers” from “exposure” via “undercover recordings” documenting their crimes. Certainly, by stretching the definitions a bit, the CDC, for whom Thompson works, and Thompson himself, could be considered such healthcare providers. Lawyers could argue that position until the cows come home and hang up a case in various courts for years—while an injunction prohibiting the screening of Vaxxed remains in force.
Nick Cahill, at the Courthouse News Service, reports on AB 1671 (“Abortion Clinic Sting Videos Sprout Free-Speech Battle”, Thursday, August 11, 2016):
“The bill would criminalize publishing undercover video footage of ‘health care providers’ and subject third parties, including journalists, to penalties for reporting and distributing the illegally recorded footage.” [My comment: It appears criminal penalties could be applied to anyone who posts the videos and comments on them, online. Not just reporters. And surely, audio recordings, as well as videos, would be banned.]
Cahill continues: “Under AB 1671, a journalist receiving and posting footage from an anonymous source could be punished by the state as well as be opened up to potential civil lawsuits. Whistleblowers would not be exempt from the proposal either, regardless of how they obtained the illegal footage.”
In the case of Vaxxed, the film makers received or obtained the recordings of CDC researcher Thompson and used them to make their case: Thompson was confessing to crimes he and colleagues committed at the CDC.
But if AB 1671 passes, releasing those recordings and commenting on them, in a film, could be considered a crime, punishable by fine, jail—and the film makers could also be open to lawsuits.
And of course, Vaxxed could be banned from all theaters in California.
As bizarre as it seems, AB 1671 isn’t just targeting people who make the undercover recordings. Its focus is on reporters who receive those recordings and then use them, post them, and write about them.
This lunatic attack on free speech coordinates tightly with the infamous 2015 California law, SB277, which made vaccinating California school children mandatory.
Vaxxed certainly raises ominous questions about that law—and now the government of California is considering the addition of a new law that could ban Vaxxed.
DON’T EVEN REPORT VACCINE CRIMES.
“Your kids must get vaccinated, and don’t report vaccine crimes and vaccine damage, when the knowledge of that damage comes from ‘undercover recordings’.”
That’s quite stunning, when you think about it.
The California Gestapo is trying to expand its reach.
Do you really think all this effort is coming from some genuine concern for “protecting the children?”
If so, you’re badly mistaken. This is about naked suppression of the truth, big profits for vaccine manufacturers, and neurological damage in kids.
If you don’t think so, see Vaxxed.
While you can.
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