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California: Children Must Be Injected With Double Dose Of Mercury

New law requires children in California to be injected with mercury-ridden vaccines

A health and safety law designed to protect children form harmful levels of mercury in vaccines has been scrapped in California.

An exemption has been added to the California Health and Safety Code that will force parents to have their children injected with double doses of poisonous mercury in the form of flu shots.

California Health and Human Services Agency Secretary Diana S. Dooley is urging all children to receive the new mercury-enhanced vaccines:

I am granting a temporary exemption from California Health and Safety Code Section 124172 for seasonal influenza vaccine with trace levels of thimerosal to be administered to children younger than three years from October 9, 2015 through December 31, 2015, because the current supply of thimerosal-free vaccine for young children is inadequate,” says Dooley.

Thedailysheeple.com reports:

Thimerosal always contains mercury. When I tested mercury concentrations in influenza vaccines using ICP-MS instrumentation in my laboratory, results showed mercury at over 50,000 ppb — about 25,000 times higher than what the EPA allows in drinking water.

She then goes on to claim that she might extend the nullification of California law for as long as necessary to keep injecting children with influenza vaccines… whether they contain mercury or not!

Remember, too, that California now mandates vaccines for all children who attend public school thanks to the passage of SB 277, pushed by vaccine industry puppet Dr. Richard Pan.

Now, with the help of Dooley, California’s government is happily committing vaccine violence against children by pushing for mass injections of a toxic heavy metal known to damage brains and kidneys.

Here’s my full commentary on this total medical insanity that now passes for “public health” in California, a state whose governor has publicly stated California has too many people and needs to take steps to reduce its population.

See the full letter from Diana Dooley below. The original document was posted on the California government’s servers.

State of California

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
October 9, 2015
DIANA S. DOOLEY

SECRETARY
The Honorable Kevin de Leon President pro Tempore State Capitol, Room 205 Sacramento, CA 95814

The Honorable Toni G. Atkins Speaker of the Assembly State Capitol, Room 219 Sacramento, CA 95814

The Honorable Jean Fuller Senate Republican Leader State Capitol, Room 305 Sacramento, CA 95814

The Honorable Kristin Olsen Assembly Republican Leader State Capitol Sacramento, CA 95814

Dear Senate pro Tem de Leon, Assembly Speaker Atkins, Senate Republican Leader Fuller, and Assembly Republican Leader Olsen:

I am writing to inform you that I am granting a temporary exemption from California Health and Safety Code Section 124172 for seasonal influenza vaccine with trace levels of thimerosal to be administered to childrenyounger than three years from October 9, 2015 through December 31, 2015, because the current supply of thimerosal-free vaccine for young children is inadequate.

This exemption was requested by the California District of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the California Academy of Family Physicians, the California Medical Association and the California Immunization Coalition, and has been recommended by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH).

The federal Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices and the CDPH recommend that all persons six months and older, especially young children, receive influenza vaccine each year for their protection.

Young children are at increased risk of severe or fatal illness from influenza. While thimerosal-free formulations of influenza vaccine administered to adults in the United States appear to be ample, there are currently limited supplies of thimerosal-free seasonal influenza vaccine to protect California’s young children, many of whom will need two doses of vaccine for maximal protection.

I have written the manufacturer, Sanofi Pasteur, urging it to take any and all steps necessary to promptly address the shortage of this influenza vaccine, and asking it to provide an immediate and clear timeline on the availability of the vaccine so that all necessary actions may be taken to protect California’s children.

We will continue to assess the need for an extension of this temporary exemption over this period, and will be in regular contact with the manufacturer to assess product availability and to continue to monitor the vaccine supply.

Similar exemptions are in place at present in other states that have restrictions on mercury content, including Illinois and Iowa. I am granting this temporary exemption because of the health risk posed to California by influenza, and because there are inadequate supplies of this vaccine to comply with the law.

In accordance with the intent of the law, during this exemption period immunizers should prioritize available supplies of thimerosal-free vaccine to young children.

Please do not hesitate to contact me at (916) 654-3454 if you have any questions.

Sincerely,
Diana S. Dooley

  • Mrs Chattles

    I wonder how much she got paid when she contacted the pharmaceutical manufacturer?