Over and over, people reported that their child was “hitting all the milestones”; “perfect”; “talking and walking”; “laughing” before being vaccinated. Then, within hours, the child experienced fevers, seizures, diarrhea, vomiting, or inconsolable high-pitched crying. The child “completely shut down”. Children lost the ability to speak and walk. Parents of triplets showed pictures of their two boys and a girl holding hands and smiling at each other before injury. After a single pneumococcal vaccination, first the daughter and then the two boys “shut off” within hours. They no longer smiled, engaged with others, or held hands, and they lost several reflexes. Seven years later, they had not recovered.
Parents responsible for the 24/7 care of now adult, vaccine-injured, non-verbal children with seizures and in diapers talked about the impact their child’s injury has had on themselves and their marriages, and worry about who will care for their child when they no longer can. Parents whose children died within hours or days after being vaccinated shared their grief. Particularly disturbing are the teens and young adults who experienced severe injury after receiving the HPV vaccine Gardasil. These young people told their own stories of seizures, paralysis, pain, neurological injury, and multiple hospitalizations. Many had been very athletic and high functioning before Gardasil. Some eventually died or committed suicide.
The Vaxxed Nation team began talking with the unvaccinated people who showed up at the bus to support the injured. They were surprised to discover that the parents of unvaccinated children reported that they had no major or chronic health issues – no recurrent ear infections, no ADHD, no eczema, no autism. Their unvaccinated children recovered quickly from colds and other infections. Pediatricians who were interviewed on the bus agreed, reporting that kids who had received the most vaccines had the most health issues and the totally unvaccinated were the healthiest. One internal medicine doctor who toured with the bus said she didn’t know health like that was possible because she had never seen it.
Terry Pfau DO, HMD