Release: No. Acta Scientific Pub. 1
Date Mailed: April 9, 2019
For Immediate Release
Vaccination Hesitancy Science Review of U.S. Senate Hearing Nets a Genocidal ‘Red Herring’
Las Vegas, NV— A case study of the U.S. Senate’s hearing on ‘vaccination hesitancy’ published in the May issue of the peer-reviewed journal, Acta Scientific Medical Sciences, condemns lawmakers for promoting a ‘red herring’—a public deception and diversion satisfying the United Nations’ elements of genocide.
The article titled “Vaccination Hesitancy: A Red Herring,” was written by Harvard-trained behavioral science expert and intelligence analyst, Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz, who is also the Editor-in-Chief of Medical Veritas International, Inc., a non-profit consumer protection group.
The study compared the senators’ hyperbole with fact-based science to determine if vaccination hesitancy is justified or not; whether blaming parents is reasonable, and if targeting vaccination hesitancy for extinction as a governmental policy is justifiable under the circumstances.
To analyze the data, Horowitz reviewed the scientific literature and public knowledge that conflicts with the governing officials’ behavior under study. The author found substantial evidence of bias favoring pharmaceutical interests, and malfeasance in the government’s hearing committee chaired by Lamar Alexander (R-TN).
“The scientific evidence proves that vaccination hesitancy is a ‘red herring’ administered for social engineering, consumer fraud, reckless endangerment, and mass-mediated falsely-presumed ‘general acceptance’ of vaccinations’ safety. Claims against parents and the social media were contrived to protect special interests and divert from more substantive science challenging false claims of vaccinations’ safety,” Dr. Horowitz explained.
Among the evidence-based science showing intentional deception and ethical violations were government records from a “Special Virus Cancer Program” that sought to develop vaccines to cure cancers, but instead resulted in spreading cancers via contaminated vaccines.
“Considering the massive evidence revealing vaccines are not safe, and that the public is being hoodwinked; and given the growing need to account for exploding vaccine injuries damaging public health, vaccine hesitancy is reasonable (no comma) and may be life-saving. Since confidence has been lost and quality of life is at risk for everyone except people making a living off the victims of this malfeasance, Rep. Bill Posey’s (R-FL) “Vaccine Safety Study Act” H.R. 3615, stonewalled since 2017, must be passed to restore consumer confidence in public health, medicine, and government,” Horowitz said.
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