Houston politician/doctor says no to any Federal money for childhood vaccines

Houston councilman votes to reject federal money for childhood vaccines



HOUSTON -- A Houston politician, who’s also a doctor, raised some eyebrows on Wednesday after speaking out against the flu vaccine.

City council member Jack Christie, who serves the entire city as At-Large Position 5 Council Member, voted to reject federal money for childhood immunizations.

“I'm going to vote against this," said Christie. "You don't die from the flu.”

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Immunization by vaccines is a hoax. What vaccines mostly do is destroy the natural immune system, resulting in allergies, poor health, and problems in the nervous system. Flu vaccines are marketed by the big pharmaceutical  companies as a solution against some trivial deceases that a normal immune system can easily subdue. It's business, and in business the sales and profit come before anything else.

I agree LP! And this brave councilman was the only one that voted no, rejecting Federal money for childhood vaccinations. So... it was passed. There are still so few of us that know of the dangers of vaccinations and so many that still go along with whatever the talking heads say on TV and listen to quack groups like the CDC or worse... the Govt. God help us all!!!

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