Golden Globe winner, Jim Carrey urges California governors to create a toxin-free vaccine now that the new vaccination bill constraints parents to immunize their children before signing them up for kindergarten. The actor has posted a series of Twitter messages on his personal account letting his 14 million followers know his position on the matter.
Jim Carrey and his ex-wife Jenny McCarthy have become actively involved in the fight against toxic vaccines after their son was diagnosed with autism at an early age. Even though medical tests have repeatedly confirmed that there is no actual link between the measles immunization and autism, the actor is convinced that the toxins contained in the shot are, nevertheless, at blame.
On the 1st of July, the actor opened the debate on his Twitter account by saying that the Californian Governor is determined to poison American children with more vaccines. He then concluded that the ‘fascist’ governor must be stopped.
In spite of the hateful messages that the famous Hollywood star has made on the matter, he has nevertheless, stated that he is not entirely against vaccines. Carrey is only trying to convince rulers to make vaccinations healthier by eliminating all the harmful toxins.
Proving that he has previously documented himself on the subject, Jim Carrey further stated that the only toxin that was removed was thimerosal, but there are many other mercury-based substances that medical experts must remove.
Jim Carrey, then, turned his attention towards the CDC, the only one that is responsible for the bad composition of the measles vaccine, in the actor’s opinion. He called the institution too corrupt to admit that they were the ones to produce the first batch of noxious vaccines.
Scientists, on the other hand, have proven that there is no actual link between autism and immunization. They have, in fact, provided many examples when the vaccine has proven itself incredibly effective; thus, diminishing disease outbreaks.
The current Californian vaccination bill was adopted after more than 100 people were infected with the measles virus last year. The measure was necessary given that many more children have been diagnosed with this disease since the beginning of the year.
The new rule obliges American parents to immunize their children during the first years of their lives. No exceptions are admitted to this rule, unless medical experts can prove that the health conditions of an infant prevents him/her from taking the shot.
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