LISTEN: Logical Reasons Not to Get a Flu Vaccine Annually

In this interview, I offer logical reasons why an individual might decide NOT to follow the CDC's recommendation to get a flu vaccine every year.

“Is there a rational case to be skeptical about getting the flu vaccine every year?”

That’s the question that Maxwell Stetson asked me to kick off my interview for his Mercy & Justice Radio show on WKDU Philadelphia.

Yes.

That was my short answer. Listen to the full interview for the long answer about this and many other questions about the critically important issue of vaccines.

Included in the discussion is how the government defends mandatory vaccination by claiming that vaccines are “safe and effective” while at the same time granting legal immunity to the pharmaceutical industry from vaccine injury lawsuits and administrating a vaccine injury compensation program designed to shift the financial burden for vaccine injuries away from the pharmaceutical companies and onto the taxpaying consumers.

I also emphasize how public vaccine policy threatens now only our health, but also our liberty, and why there needs to be a free market in health care.

He starts off with an introduction, and the questions get started at about 2:45 in.

Have a listen, and share you thoughts in the comments below!

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