This upcoming Thursday marks the 33rd anniversary of the passage of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NVCIA), which exempts the vaccine industry from all liability associated with injuries and deaths caused by vaccines. And in honor of the tens of thousands of children who’ve fallen victim to these liability-free vaccines, thousands of vaccine truth advocates are gathering on the National Mall in Washington, DC, to raise awareness about vaccine risks, as well as to pay homage to those whose lives have been destroyed by vaccines.
Marked as a “Day of Remembrance,” this event on November 14, 2019, is officially called the Vaccine Injury Epidemic Event, or VIE. It will feature physicians, scientists, lawyers, legislators, educators, human rights advocates, and mothers of vaccine-injured children who will boldly speak on behalf of those who can’t because they’re either permanently injured or dead as a result of having been jabbed in accordance with government health policies.
Organized by a non-profit group called “CrazyMothers,” VIE is aimed at raising awareness about the fact that CDC-recommended vaccines are not as safe and effective as government officials claim they are. It also aims to give a voice to the voiceless, including innocent children who are now permanently disabled or buried in the ground as a result of getting vaccinated with government-licensed and recommended vaccines.
“I started CrazyMothers as a way to unite mothers who are at home all day every day with their severely vaccine-injured children,” says Hillary Simpson, founder of CrazyMothers. “My inspiration for VIE was to have one day where they could show up, be heard, and help shed light on the vast number of families affected by vaccine injury.”
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The VIE event, which is free and open to the public, will kick off at noon on November 14, and wrap up around 4 pm. It will take place along the 9th Street axis of the National Mall between Jefferson Drive and Madison Drive above the Hirshhorn Museum. The event will conclude with a memorial segment and slideshow that honors the many folks out there who have suffered chronic health conditions, injury, or death as a result of vaccines.
“At the base of these movements is the very idea that just because you didn’t experience something doesn’t mean I didn’t experience something,” adds Simpson about vaccine risks. “That seems to completely stop when it comes to mothers of vaccine-injured children. Why is it okay to marginalize this group of women when we advocate for other groups of women who have been disenfranchised? Why aren’t we believing all women when they challenge conventional power structures?”
As of this writing, some $4.2 billion has already been awarded for injuries and deaths caused by vaccination under the NVCIP, which is currently the only legal remedy for people who’ve been vaccine-injured. Though it can be a difficult and time-consuming process for many families, with only about 30 percent of claims actually being adjudicated, it’s currently the best and only option – that is, unless enough awareness can be raised to make the NVICP null and void, and once again hold vaccine manufacturers responsible for the many injuries and deaths caused by their products.
Keep in mind that the NVCIP is funded by a 75-cent excise tax paid for by consumers, which means that vaccine companies are paying absolutely nothing for these claims. We the People have once again been stuck with the bill, and many parents want to see this addressed and remedied for the sake of future generations.
To learn more about the VIE event, check out this announcement by Children’s Health Defense (CHD).
You can also learn more about the dangers of vaccines by visiting Vaccines.news.
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