Conservatives who accept vaccines without question are using the same logic as gun control advocates who claim expanded background checks work without question and climate change proponents who claim the “science is settled.”

Several right-leaning media pundits are currently attempting to quell the vaccine debate among conservatives by claiming the loudest voices against vaccines are people who “lean to the left,” but accepting vaccines without looking into the side effects and deaths attributed to them is no different than accepting “man-made climate change” despite evidence to the contrary.

It’s also no different than accepting increased background checks for mental disorders as “reasonable” gun control even though the guidebook used by psychologists to classify mental disorders, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), is so broad that practically any form of human behavior could be attributed to some type of mental illness.

Simply put, conservatives who accept vaccines without question are using the same logic as leftists who accept “man-made climate change” and gun control without looking into the facts.

But this ignores the lack of moral behavior in the vaccine industry, such as the secretive “vaccine court” created by the U.S. government to shield giant pharmaceuticals from liability.

“The U.S. government created this specific court in 1986 to protect pharmaceutical companies from the direct lawsuits that were arising due to the preponderance of illnesses and injuries that were stemming from the company’s vaccination products,” Generation Rescue reported. “By establishing the Vaccine Court, the government now protects the pharmaceutical industry by trying the cases and awarding damages from a federal excise tax added to the cost of each dosage of a vaccine.”

“In the ‘Vaccine Court,’ the burden of proof lays squarely on the claimant. In other words, a family must show a clear causal connection between a vaccination and its adverse effects.”

Politicians are also using the vaccine debate to enlarge the size and scope of government, which is quite the opposite of what most conservatives want.

“This is going to be a big issue for politicians going forward, because it’s about Big Brother, but on the other hand, some things do require some involvement of Big Brother,” Fox News hosts Megyn Kelly said on the subject.

And what about the children whose deaths have been contributed to vaccines? Their deaths are just as tragic as the millions of children who are aborted every year.

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