For the “crime” of speaking out against a proposed new bill in California that would potentially ax even medical exemptions for mandatory vaccination, Biel is now being dubbed an “anti-vaxxer” by the likes of The Daily Beast, which is notorious for spreading lies and slander about everything from the infamous Russian collusion hoax to the myth of LGBTQP “love.”
The Beast was quick to brand Biel as an “anti-vaxx activist” after she joined up with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to speak with legislators in Sacramento about Senate Bill 276. SB 276, in case you haven’t heard about it yet, is another nanny state proposal by corrupt Senator Richard Pan that would create even more burdensome hoops for parents to jump through in order to exempt their at-risk children from being forcibly jabbed with vaccines.
Even though Biel publicly stated that she’s not anti-vaccination, but rather that she supports “families having the right to make educated medical decisions for their children alongside their physicians,” the pro-vax Beast is attempting to tarnish her reputation by implying that she’s anti-science simply for supporting God-given parental rights.
“My concern with #SB276 is solely regarding medical exemptions,” Biel wrote in a post she shared to her Instagram account.
“My dearest friends have a child with a medical condition that warrants an exemption from vaccinations, and should this bill pass, it would greatly affect their family’s ability to care for their child in this state. That’s why I spoke to legislators and argued against this bill. Not because I don’t believe in vaccinations, but because I believe in giving doctors and the families they treat the ability to decide what’s best for their patients and the ability to provide that treatment.”
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Jessica Biel is a role model for parents everywhere who don’t want the government forcing their children to receive high-risk chemical jabs
Kennedy, who runs Children’s Health Defense, a vaccine truth and health freedom non-profit, has publicly defended Biel against these attacks, arguing that she’s “a very effective advocate” for this important cause.
“She was very strong and very knowledgeable,” Kennedy stated about Biel, who spoke with 15 different congressmen about the threat of SB 276.
“Extremely well-informed. An extremely effective advocate. She knows what she’s talking about,” he added in a statement. “She’s upset about this issue because of its particular cruelty. She has friends who have been vaccine-injured who would be forced to leave the state.”
Like Biel, Kennedy has grave concerns about SB 276, mainly the fact that it overrides the authority of doctors by giving bureaucrats the ultimate say in whether or not a child is “allowed” to receive a medical exemption from vaccinations.
“… a doctor who has made a determination – if he has found children in this state whose doctors have determined that they’re too fragile to receive vaccinations – this bill would overrule the doctors and force them to be vaccinated anyway.”
Neither Biel nor Kennedy seem to be at all phased by these attacks from their critics, mainly because the two are highly educated and know the dire consequences of SB 276, should it end up being passed. To them, standing up for the lives and livelihoods of children is worth it, even if they personally pay a price for their political incorrectness.
“I am not anti-vaccines,” wrote one commenter at The Daily Wire, echoing Biel’s sentiments.
“I’m against the government being able to force people to put foreign substances in their bodies. If you feel they should be able to, perhaps you need to educate yourself on the purpose of government.”
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