Video Transcript: The Dangers of Vaccines
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny: I am really hoping that perhaps there is starting to be some cracks in the dam to where we will get to the bottom of how vaccines are not safe, they are not effective, they do not protect you, and they definitely do harm.
Ty Bollinger: Now, you mentioned that one of your goals is to educate, and that is our goal as well. So educate the viewers here. How are vaccines dangerous? How are they doing harm? How are they not effective? Because if you listen to most conventional medical doctors, they’ll say, “Oh of course, you need to get vaccinated. You are going to do your child harm if you don’t. So how is that?
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny: Well, it is just amazing to me how we think we can inject something that has never been tested for carcinogenicity, never been tested to see if it’s mutagenic (which means changes your DNA), never know whether or not it can cause any autoimmune diseases, but we can perfectly say that it’s safe and effective and causes no harm.
If somebody died and made me Health Czar tomorrow, what I would do is I would round up all the medical doctors, all of them, and I would put them in a big football stadium. And have them read all of the package inserts. Particularly the pediatricians. Read the VAERS reports from the vaccine adverse event reporting system, and then take an entire test, a written test, on immunology to prove that they know something about the human body. And then have them with good conscience say that what we are injecting into human beings is harmless.
Ty Bollinger: They probably couldn’t do it.
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny: It wold be impossible, but that would change everything overnight, wouldn’t it? If suddenly we forced physicians to look at the truth about these injectables. Because all we are really doing with these things is trying to prevent diseases that are a fever, a cough, a rash, and some diarrhea. Really, for what kind of harm that we are causing?
Ty Bollinger: Well, you know, look at the HPV vaccine. On the package insert it says it may cause other kinds of cancers.
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny: Yes. And we have already known that it has through the VAERS report that there have been many girls who have been fully vaccinated with the HPV vaccine that within three months to about two years that are diagnosed with cervical cancer, massive cases of venereal warts.
We know that less than 4% of the women in the United States have actually ever been exposed to the two viruses that are in the vaccine. So if the vaccine did anything, which it doesn’t, and it can cause a lot of harm. There are at least eight strains of HPV, human papillomavirus, that are supposed to be associated with or known to be associated with cancer.
But the vaccine only covers two of them. So it gives this false sense of security to moms who think they’re protecting their girls to think they won’t get cancer. And that will say to the girls, “well, I don’t need to get a pap test because I’ve been protected.” But there are other strains that can cause the cancer.