Jim Carrey blasts new California vaccination law

By far no religious outburst has been seen against this new law.

Carrey went on a tirade on Twitter slamming the California governor, describing him as a “corporate fascist”. “We don’t know enough to announce that all vaccines are safe!”

“California Gov says yes to poisoning more children with mercury and aluminum in mandatory vaccines”, Carrey tweeted.

“This corporate fascist must be stopped.”

Carrey famously dated actress Jenny McCarthy who was once described as “the nation’s most prominent purveyor of anti-vaxxer ideology”. But Carrey has been using other images of children to voice his opinion on vaccines containing mercury, and is also informing his followers to check out Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s book, Thimerosal: Let the Science Speak, and the documentary, Trace Amounts.

Yes, this does make sense!

The Canadian-born comedian’s continued suggestion that there is a link between certain vaccines and neurological disorders like autism has been solidly and repeatedly debunked.

“I am anti-thimerosal, anti-mercury”, he said.

“All we are saying is, ‘Take the neurotoxins out of the vaccines.’ Make them toxin free”.

Carrey then followed up by explaining his side of the debate.

“We thank Governor Brown for quickly signing SB277 into law and for recognizing this bill as an important means of protecting the public health of Californians, particularly young schoolchildren”, said Michael Weinstein, President of AIDS Healthcare Foundation.

Personal belief and religious exemptions had proliferated across the state in recent years, especially in Encinitas, where the Encinitas Union School District had the county’s highest non-medical exemption rate, according to state public health department statistics. He said that while there are some risks to medical intervention, immunization as a whole “protects the community”.

Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig of New Republic tried to explain why someone would “opt out of one of modern medicine’s finest achievements”.

The viral disease was believed to have disappeared years ago in the United States thanks to vaccination programs. “I embarked on this quest not only for myself and my family, but for countless parents who shared my desire for knowledge that could lead to options and alternate schedules, but never to eliminate the vaccines”.

“People don’t realize vaccination is about other people”. “They caved to the perception that mercury just doesn’t sound good, instead of trying to educate the public that the quantity of mercury you’re being exposed to in a vaccine is infinitely less than anything that you’re exposed to elsewhere”.

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