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Del Bigtree vs Bill Nye on Vaccines

Here’s how vaccines work. We study a germ. We call this particular one: Gary. [growling noises] Believe it or not, that is absolutely how they teach the class on vaccinations in every medical school across the country. Basically, we take a disease. We modify it, and we put it in some inert substance, and inject into you and your body recognizes it over and over again and fights it. But Bill Nye has completely and totally oversimplified this to make you think it’s a good idea. Here’s the part of this little 1st grader’s textbook example you didn’t cover, Bill. First of all: aluminum. What happens when you inject it when you’re a baby? Has there every been a safety test on it? Never. Not in the history of man have we ever said “What is it that happens when we inject aluminum?” We don’t care, Bill. Gary gets a little shot of aluminum in there. So we’re going to take mercury… we’re putting it inside of Gary here. Most toxic substance, by the way, that’s not radioactive.

3 Responses to Del Bigtree vs Bill Nye on Vaccines

  1. Kit Reply

    May 8, 2017 at 12:23 pm

    GREAT! Thanks Mr. Bigtree.

  2. Rose Reply

    May 8, 2017 at 6:50 am

    Best short video I have seen on vaccines. I’m sure most individuals do not have a clue as to what is in a vaccine. Now you do. Now you can make an informed decision. Do not rely on others to make it for you.

  3. Jeanne Reply

    May 8, 2017 at 6:43 am

    I wish they would put this on every TV show and station. But sadly they will not, all for money. While the higher elite would never do this to their family. People educate, don’t let them bully.

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