by S.D. Wells, Natural News:
Labeled a “vaccine skeptic” for abiding by the code of ethics written by the American Medical Association regarding “informed consent,” Dr. Bob Sears was placed on probation by the Medical Board of California for simply writing a court opinion letter for a 2-year-old patient who had an adverse reaction to vaccines (back in 2015), including the loss of urinary function. Dr. Sears is a heavily sought out pediatrician because so many parents in California disagree with the nanny state’s mandatory vaccination law.
The irony of it all is that Dr. Sears is no kind of “anti-vaxxer,” but rather recommends patients delay some vaccines instead of getting stuck with the onslaught of multi-jabs back to back. After all, many vaccines contain known neurotoxins, including mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde and genetically modified organisms.
But now, the family medicine doctor has been placed on 35 months of probation, must take over 100 hours of re-education courses (including an ethics class), must be monitored by another licensed doctor, and has 4 other related court cases pending. Dr. Sears has a Facebook network of nearly 70,000 followers who realize he’s being targeted by the Medical Board.
The attorney general claims Sears did not obtain the “basic information needed for decision making” before writing the vaccine exemptions for the child, thus exposing both the child and his mother to infections, even though the Mother of the young boy is the one who described how her baby suffered a severe neurologic reaction. The problem arose because the medical records were not available yet (it had been over a year since Dr. Sears formally requested the child’s immunization records) – who wonders why about all that? The Medical Board claims they investigated Dr. Sears based on complaints received. Really? Who’s complaining, some religious vaccine fanatics who got spooked watching too much mass media coverage about the fake “Measles outbreak” at Disneyland?
California’s “Mercury Joker” Sen. Richard Pan says only doctors can write vaccine exemptions, then he prosecutes them for it
Riding on a tsunami of emotions and fear after propaganda was spread nationwide by MSM about an alleged Measles outbreak at Disneyland, the state of California passed Senate Bill 277 (authored by Richard Pan in 2015) requiring all children to be mass vaccinated (at gunpoint if anyone objects) with every vaccine the CDC “recommends,” which includes 55 jabs before age six. Even though nearly half of the roughly 150 people who contracted the Measles had ALREADY been vaccinated against it, the fear-mongering propaganda worked. Top that off with the fact that this new law completely contradicts the AMA’s very own code of medical ethics. As Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, writes;
According to the “Informed Consent” section of the AMA Code of Medical Ethics posted at the American Medical Association website, the AMA is fundamentally and unambiguously opposed to mandatory vaccine programs in America. Read the AMA’s Code of Medical Ethics statement here.
In fact, informed consent, by law and ethical ramifications, distinctly states that physicians must honor the patient’s right to make his or her own determinations about treatment, as long as they’re not… “unconscious or otherwise incapable of consenting, and harm from failure to treat is imminent.” Well, the mother wanted to opt out for her baby, so what’s the problem?
Vaccine injury payouts total $3 billion, but still doctors who write exemptions for their patients are attacked for putting children “at risk”
Serious side effects, also known as adverse reactions, from vaccinations, are not rareafter injecting mercury, monosodium glutamate (MSG), African Green Monkey kidney cells(common in small pox vaccines), embalming fluid (formaldehyde), anti-foaming agents, polysorbate 80, canine kidney cell protein, aborted fetal blood cells, E. coli, egg protein, human serum albumin, neomycin, mercury (listed as thimerosal in multi-jab flu shots), and even Chinese hamster ovary cell proteins (listed on the Zoster/Shingles vaccine insert). In fact, the highly experimental “vax” industry has doled out over $3 billion in injury settlements, most of which are due to the mercury-loaded influenza vaccines (flu shots).
Maybe that’s why Dr. Sears’ book, “The Vaccine Book: Making the Right Decision for Your Child” is a bestseller. Still, there are pro-vaccine zealots who make freaky statements, saying you could take 10,000 vaccines at once and you’d be just fine (that’s a paraphrased statement made by Dr. Paul Offit – the “yes man” and mascot of the vaccine industry who patented the Rotateq vaccine that unnecessarily contains 2 strains of circovirus – a deadly pig virus).