TRENTON, N.J. — After weeks of sustained protests by thousands of New Jerseyans, Del Bigtree, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Dr. Shiva, and many advocates for informed consent, the New Jersey legislature failed to pass the bill yesterday that would have eliminated the religious exemptions for mandatory vaccines. Thousands of protesters poured into Trenton New Jersey yesterday to stand up for civil rights and have their voices heard. “The state of New Jersey hasn’t seen anything like this in its history!” and he was absoutely right!
Del Bigtree and his dedicated crew flew into New Jersey once again to lead the crowd in protest of the bill. The number of protestors that arrived was unprecedented. They rocked the walls of the State House back with intense vibration, so every political opponent to the bill could hear the message loud and clear.
Thank you Del Bigtree, Robert F. Kennedy, Doctor Shiva and their staffs for their continued support against the unconstitutional bill that they have helped New Jersey to defeat —so far. We are grateful that they will continue to lead us in the battle, and we in New Jersey vow to never back down. And thank you to all the groups, organizations and individuals who took the time to help in this battle to protect civil rights.
The legislation was changed last week, which would have made the ability to use the religious exemption only available to students in private schools. This last-minute effort to make changes to have it pass drew new concerns. Many saw this as yet another pay to play move. The private schools and daycare centers would be exempt, which means only those who can afford the costs of private education could take advantage of this bill should it have passed.
The Senate president, Stephen M. Sweeney, stands by his belief that science, not protesters, would win. The protestors hope “the science” does win. The truth is that science is on the side of the demonstrators. We have to ask why is Sweeney so hell-bent on passing this bill? Has pharma’s muscle and money clouded his vision – or did he not read the science?
Senator Loretta Weinberg, a Democrat who sponsored the legislation, said, “The science is settled on this,” Au contraire Mrs. Wienberg. Have you not heard a word of what Del Bigtree and his plethora of guests who are renowned doctors and scientists have said as they present the documented science? Or are you too busy worrying about the special interests and their needs?
Is the science settled? There have been 4.3 billion dollars paid out in the VAERS system for vaccine injuries. It is reported that only 1% to 10% of cases even make it to the vaccine court. So Mrs. Weinberg believes that vaccines are safe and effective. Do we want to ask her how she feels about the 4.3 billion dollars in damages? Or the disease breakouts among the vaccinated? How is this science settled?
Does Mr. Sweeney, who is extremely adamant about getting this bill passed, who has obtained an abundance of lobbying money from the pharmaceutical industry and health care industry, speak for the people, or does he speak for big business? We question if we have a government for the people or a government who collects lobbying dollars spent to influence votes to get what big business wants?