That said, when it comes to certain issues that are important to large numbers of Americans – particularly those having to do with health care – the choice could not be clearer: If you value medical and health freedom, then Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump should be your choice.
In a well-spoken, cogent and pointed campaign speech near Valley Forge, Pa., that was filled with specifics, Trump laid out his plan to “repeal and replace” Obamacare, while pushing to devolve power over health care in general from the federal government.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, who once bragged that “before it was Obamacare, it was called ‘HillaryCare,’” will keep federal bureaucrats and Big Pharma interests empowered when it comes to making health care decisions, not you.
One candidate wants more health freedom, the other wants more govt. control
Natural Blaze notes that Clinton has not made much of an effort to play politics, for instance, on the issue of vaccinations, once tweeting – in response to Trump’s statement that they should be spread out over longer time – that there is no question “vaccines work.”
You may not know that, the “debates” – which were little more than media-orchestrated ratings spectacles – left out many important issues regarding issues of personal health choices and medical issues, such as a spiraling, vaccine-linked autism rates.
But her language clearly indicates that she’s going to be nothing more than another hack, another shill for vaccines. And with her penchant for big government, it’s a safe bet that one of the changes she’ll push to make to the massive Obamacare fiasco even worse is a policy of mandatory vaccination, similar to a law passed recently in California.
In addition, Clinton has not hidden her ties to Big Pharma. As Natural News has reported, earlier this year she became the biggest recipient of Big Pharma donations – donations that amounted to over six figures.
These two issues were laid bare in some of the tens of thousands of hacked emails that have been released by WikiLeaks, which show clear vaccine-related ties to Big Pharma, as reported by Natural Blaze.
The fact is, forced vaccination – if it comes in the future – will probably boil down to one of two things, Natural Blaze reported, or perhaps a combination of both.
The first will be the next president’s stance on Big Pharma monopolies, their firm hold over U.S. politicians, and whether there will be any desire on the part of the chief executive to look into the corruption plaguing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s vaccine division.
The difference between these two candidates in terms of health care issues is stark
The second factor is the next president’s ability to analyze in short order, and then neutralize, false flag “epidemics” (the Zika hoax comes to mind) that are launched in conjunction with the CDC and the World Health Organization, with the purpose of moving towards forced vaccination.
A federal version of California’s mandatory legislation, SB 277, is much more likely under a Clinton presidency than a Trump presidency, given what we already know about both. Trump has said our over-reliance on quick series’ of vaccines is likely misplaced (a position that was backed by his one-time GOP presidential rivals Sen. Rand Paul and Dr. Ben Carson. They have also intimated that some research indicates that there is a link between higher rates of autism and vaccines (a link that has been verified by CDC whistleblower Dr. William Thompson).
Clinton takes Big Pharma dollars and has deep campaign ties to the vaccine industry.
Read more about Clinton’s ties to Big Pharma and her commitment to keeping the federal government in charge of your health care decisions in this free white paper by the editors of NewsTarget.com.
Author: J. D. Heyes