What went on at the hearing for SB277 in California–forced vaccination

David Foster had a different take of the hearing for SB277, in California, that would force vaccinations.  He saw a clever manipulative political trick of Senator Liu to move the proceedings behind closed doors so that the public cannot have a voice and the senators discussion would not see the light of day.

The comments, as usual, are very informative, as well:

Interesting tidbit of information below from an article titled: Does Big Pharma Own America? Link below. Good read.
Does Big Pharma Own America?
http://themomstreetjournal.com/2015/04/15/does-big-pharma-own-america/#comment-1196

Sen. Pan’s taken money all along the way from the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer, Merck, as far back as the beginning of his political career in 2010.

And he has company.

Sen. Holly Mitchell, co-author of SB 277, accepted contributions — according to Merck’s website — as recently as last July when she was elected in a special election. In doing so, she may be guilty of violating the 1974 California Political Campaign reform act, which reads:

“… no gift or gifts aggregating two hundred fifty dollars ($250) or more in value provided to, received by, or promised to the public official within 12 months prior to the time when the decision is made.”

Sen. Holly Mitchell, co-author of SB 277, accepted contributions — according to Merck’s website — as recently as last July when she was elected in a special election. In doing so, she may be guilty of violating the 1974 California Political Campaign reform act, which reads:

“… no gift or gifts aggregating two hundred fifty dollars ($250) or more in value provided to, received by, or promised to the public official within 12 months prior to the time when the decision is made.”

Mitchell voted on SB 277 last week, which would make her in violation since SB 277 would bring financial gain to Merck who gave her money within 12 months of the vote.

Mitchell has been receiving direct funding from Merck as far back as 2010, as have other members of the State Senate Health Committee (see chart below) including Sen. Andy Vidak. Vidak also received direct funds from Merck as recently as 2014. Vidak was set to vote on the bill Wednesday as a member of the Education Committee, but because it was tabled he will vote privately next week. Voting on this bill could also put him inside the restricted 12-month period :http://www.merckresponsibility.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/2014-US-Political-Contributions.pdf?80a7ad.

Liu represents state district 25 in California which includes Glendale, Burbank and Pasadena. Here’s her website: http://sd25.senate.ca.gov/

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After watching the video of speakers voicing opposition to the bill, I asked who among reps was saying “Thank you” to speakers or sitting at or near the mic commanded by reps. The reason I asked was because I heard this female voice whisper distinctly “she’s crazy” in response to one of the parents who spoke claiming to be the mother of four unvaccinated children. I also heard the same voice whisper “autistic” about a boy with the last name of Burton who spoke to oppose and whose mother spoke after him, indicating that her son had recovered from autism.

On learning from others that it was Lui, I kind of figured her stern attitude towards Pan was merely political theater. Either that or she has some kind of boundary autism herself. But my guess was that it was more likely ugly bias towards dissenting voters.

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