Make Vaccine Makers Liable Again

Make Vaccine Makers Liable Again

07/15/21 - calls for making vaccine makers liable again

After being sued by and losing money in the 1970s and the early 1980s to children who became disabled by shoddy vaccines, the vaccine makers banded together and blackmailed the U.S. government. They curtailed making vaccines and told the lawmakers that unless they are granted immunity from lawsuits brought by children who get injured by their vaccines, there will be no more vaccines.

The U.S. Congress and even President Reagan succumbed to their blackmail and in 1986 enacted the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA), which made it impossible to sue the vaccine makers for death and injury caused by their vaccines. Those injured by the vaccines were to be compensated by the government - i.e., the U.S. taxpayers.

Instead of incentivizing the vaccine makers to make safe vaccines, this unconscionable law incentivized them to make vaccines that cause side effects, preferably permanent, so that the injured become lifelong customers of the drugs that the vaccine makers - pharmaceutical companies - also sell. Until the NCVIA was enacted in 1986, only 6% of Americans suffered from chronic diseases. Today, 54% do.

U.S. Congress must immediately repeal or amend the NCVIA to make the vaccine makers liable again. If they stop making vaccines, market forces will raise up other companies and incentivize them to make vaccines that are both effective and safe.

The voters in California must also repeal the 2015 California Senate Bill 277 (SB277), which disqualified personal belief as a reason to be exempt from the government-mandated vaccination requirement for children to enter public secondary schools, elementary schools, or even day care centers. This outrageous law currently empowers government bureaucrats to override the children's parents and decide for them with what their children will be injected.  

The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), notoriously unreliable and hard to use, also must also be overhauled to capture all cases of vaccine injury and death. VAERS currently fails to capture 90% to 99% of the vaccine-caused deaths and injuries (see VAERS).