Saying No To Vaccines Appears On The Daily Show

Sarah_PopeWeston A. Price Chapter leader and popular blogger Sarah Pope of Healthy Home Economist has left people on both sides of the vaccine issue in awe after her appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

Her segment is actually with Samantha Bee, and her pro-vaccine opponent is the ubiquitous propagandist Dr. Paul Offit. Four-and-a-half hours of interview were carefully chiseled into a few minutes of carefully selected phrases.

It took guts for Sarah to agree to share why she doesn’t vaccinate. While there was a risk in being edited, national viewers were finally exposed to someone stating that “herd immunity” through vaccination is a myth. There was a clear bent against people who don’t vaccinatebut in the end both sides were ridiculed.

People who choose not to vaccinate can be from any ideology. Despite Offit’s anti-science comments, people who make the very personal decision to not jab don’t just base it off of a few Google links, but carefully consider reviewed medical papers that aren’t sponsored by vaccine makers, either directly or indirectly. Also, you can visit the article I just linked to and see why it’s a myth that the advent of vaccines is what brought disease rates down in the U.S.

Please read her behind-the-scenes story where she also discusses Offit and his Big Pharma monetary connections, and leave her some support. It takes courage to appear on national television to debate when there’s a good chance for censorship and angles.

Here is the vaccine segment that aired on June 2: 



Sarah wrote a book, just published:
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Heather Callaghan is a natural health blogger and food freedom activist. You can see her work at NaturalBlaze.com and ActivistPost.com. Like at Facebook.

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