Monday, July 15, 2024


“You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.”

— William Wilberforce


Holding the Line on Vaccine Exemptions in America

When I was pregnant with my first daughter, I really didn’t know a lot about this issue, But I started reading and asking questions and my mom sent me my baby book, and in it there was a vaccine reaction recorded for me, and that wasn’t something we had talked about, and it was pretty serious. So I started looking more into it and looked at what options did I have in Texas, and there weren’t many at all. We had a very restrictive medical exemption and an even more restrictive religious exemption. Didn’t make sense, and when I finally went and looked at the different places where I could possibly birth my baby and asked about avoiding the hepatitis B vaccine, I was told that I was single-handedly going to stop the worldwide eradication of hepatitis B if I didn’t vaccinate.

6 Responses

  1. Dawn Richardson, thank you for all your work. You are amazing and strong! I’m so glad that there are people like you in this world; people who can stand up for our rights and not back down!

  2. Dawn & Barbara, Thank YOU, both, for all you do on our behalf. I’m a new grandma, and new to Texas. Texans for Vaccine Choice and NVIC are both excellent organizations with trustworthy information. Thank YOU!!!

  3. Hepatitis B is a disease that comes from the smallpox vaccine – a disease from a vaccination campaign in Bremen, Germany in 1882. The report is in German. It used to be called serum hepatitis.

    Hepatitis C is a disease that the VA admits is from the airgun delivery of vaccines to new recruits.

  4. Both of my grandchildren born in Texas had no issues with refusing hep B vaccine. When the papers were brought in to be signed my son said no. That ended it. You do not have to provide an exemption to say no.

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