Mandatory Vaccine Act 2015: Spine-chilling U.S. Legislation Proposed

A Florida Congresswoman is introducing legislation which, if passed, will require all children to receive every single shot that the CDC recommends on its vaccine schedule.

The spine chilling legislation named, H.R.2232 – Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015, says the following:

REQUIREMENT.—For a State or a political subdivision or other public entity of a State to be eligible to receive a grant under this section, the applicant shall demonstrate to the Secretary’s satisfaction that, subject to paragraphs (2) and (3), the State requires each student enrolled in one of the State’s public elementary schools or public secondary schools to be vaccinated in accordance with the recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.

This is the list of the current CDC vaccine schedule:

vaccineschedule reports:

That’s right: once Congress passed the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act in 1986, the number of vaccines on the schedule increased dramatically.

And it will continue to grow. There are currently 271 vaccines in the development pipeline.


This bill is essentially an attempt to blackmail states into abandoning any vaccination exemptions they currently have in place.

Oh, and adults aren’t going to be immune from forced vaccinations for long either, if the government gets its way:

CDC has already made plans to begin to include adults in the same coercive net in which children are now becoming bound by using the Affordable Care Act and employers to vaccinate adults according to their National Adult Immunization Plan currently being drafted. This schedule adds 114 doses of vaccines to the list of an individual living the average American life span. Cradle to grave vaccination.

To emphasize, Americans born into this program, even if not one more dose is added to the schedule, will receive 184 doses of vaccine in their lifetime under this plan.

Wilson’s tyrannical bill was referred to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.

Let’s hope it dies there.