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The Hill Says Vaccine Injuries Are Exaggerated Personal Anecdotes

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola Fact Checked

vaccine injuries exaggerated personal anecdotes

Story at-a-glance -

  • Political newspaper and website The Hill has become the latest to belittle people interested in vaccine choice and safety, and practically deny adverse events after vaccination
  • The article discusses what can be done to silence those who question vaccine safety or speak about their own experiences with adverse vaccine reactions
  • The beginning paragraphs go so far as to call personal adverse vaccine reactions “exaggerated personal anecdotes”
  • The U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) revealed that approximately $4 billion has been paid out to vaccine-injured victims since 1988 — in response to only 31 percent of the filed petitions

Political newspaper and website The Hill has become the latest to belittle people interested in vaccine choice and safety, and practically deny adverse events after vaccination.

They start out by acknowledging that "internet censorship is anathema to Americans, whose free speech is protected by the First Amendment," but then go on to discuss what can be done to silence those who question vaccine safety or speak about their own experiences with adverse vaccine reactions.


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