Judicial Watch uncovers 26 new deaths caused by Gardasil

Judicial Watch announced on Wednesday that it has reviewed documents obtained from the FDA and have found that there were 26 additional deaths caused by the so-called vaccine Gradasil.  Gardasil is marketed as a vaccine to protect persons against HPV – which can be a sexually transmitted disease.  It is also marketed towards young girls ages 13-17. One governor, Rick Perry of Texas signed an executive order mandating all public school girls ages 13-17 to receive the vaccine.  Luckily the state legislature intervened and struck that down.  The deaths uncovered by Judicial Watch occurred between September 1, 2010 and September 15, 2011.  According to the report there were numerous additional serious side effects including, “seizures, paralysis, blindness, pancreatitis, speech problems, short-term memory loss and Guillain-Barré Syndrome.”

The current official Gardasil death count is 56.  If you add these 26 the death count jumps to 82.

I’ve been saying ever since Gardasil come out that it is not pro-life.  Gardasil has serious side effects, including death.  It gives the recipients and their parents a false sense of security because it is far from 100% in vaccinating against HPV.  Finally, it is wrong for the government to circumvent parental authority and force children to take this so-called vaccine.  How can this be pro-life?

Unfortunately many well-meaning Christians and pro-lifers aren’t convinced.  Help spread the word on Gardasil.  Share this article!

2 Responses to Judicial Watch uncovers 26 new deaths caused by Gardasil

  1. ~~~mary says:

    They are now marketing toward teen boys, too. Gardasil is yet another symptom of an ill culture.

  2. Tammy says:

    I am a nurse and have been pro-vaccine for decades, but this one scares me like none other. I have a 15 year old daughter and she will NOT be getting this vaccine. You are right, everything about this sounds wrong.

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