California Punishes Dr. Sears for Saving Child from Toxic Vaccinations

From Autism Investigated’s September 2016 post: Kimberly Kirchmeyer, Executive Director of the Medical Board of California who took it upon herself to make a complaint against Dr. Robert Sears for putting his patients before the state’s mandatory vaccination bill and not continuing to poison a child. She might as well be a Satanist who commits child murder.

Two years ago, California’s medical board targeted Dr. Robert Sears for not continuing to vaccinate a child suffering a serious reaction. Despite suffering intestinal and kidney shutdown along with brain inflammation, the board insisted on vaccinating anyway. It has now put him on probation for doing so, stopping short of revoking his license.

Medical boards in the US and UK have already gone after scientists just for publishing critically on vaccination. Insisting a doctor knowingly harm a child is new, however. The fact that Dr. Sears is allowed to keep his practice is no victory, because he will have his license revoked if he withholds vaccination from another injured child. All doctors in California are discouraged from doing the same, undoubtedly as a result of mandatory state vaccination law.

Assemblyman Travis Allen made state history by becoming the first gubernatorial candidate to oppose mandatory vaccination. He didn’t win the primary, but he’s not going away…

Anti-vaccinationists and vaccine choice advocates aren’t going away, either.

Update: Read Dr. Sear’s excellent letter on the issue.

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2 Thoughts on “California Punishes Dr. Sears for Saving Child from Toxic Vaccinations

  1. Grace Green on July 1, 2018 at 11:31 am said:

    I don’t want to appear prejudiced, but I can’t help noticing that it’s always the “health” officials who are grossly obese that arrogantly work against the interests of good health. There was a recent report in the UK that a higher percentage of nurses were overweight than in the population at large (forgive pun!) What does that tell us about mainstream “health” care?

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