Health Freedom Idaho toxicologist Ashley Everly articulately discussed the science of vaccines and their impact on children. Calmly and professionally she delivered real numbers and facts, referenced study after study, listed vaccine ingredients and statistics with the confidence that comes from knowing the subject well. Her opponent could not provide any such information.
Focusing on aluminum Ashley clearly points out that "there is no experimental scientific evidence of any kind that proves any amount of aluminum is safe to inject." Ashley presented the science from a place of information not judgment. She closed by encouraging all parents to research all aspects of vaccinations making an informed decision when it comes to vaccinations.
It is obvious that Ashley has spent years researching vaccines. She covered information on VAERS, ingredients, shedding, outbreaks and herd immunity and of course toxicity. You can access all her information at her website Vaccine.guide an online resource for vaccine research, built to compile, organize, and highlight important information on vaccination.
The pediatrician, who has won awards from the CDC for her quantity of vaccinations she has administered, was forced many times to admit she hadn't read studies, didn't have statistics and had no facts to present. She merely had bullet point opinions and a couple of sad stories. She closed her statements by advising parents to listen to their doctor. Remember that doctors who, by way of the Vaccine Injury Act, have no liability if their advice and subsequent injection of a vaccine causes damage or death to your child.
We appreciate Ashley's willingness to participate in this round table discussion. We know that the facts and statistics presented will open the eyes of many.
Ashley Everly, Toxicologist & Health Freedom Idaho Consultant. She is the creator of Vaccine.guide an online resource for vaccine research, built to compile, organize, and highlight important information on vaccination. If you need Ashley's support for a project or those new to the issue feel free to contact her through the Vaccine.guide site.
Dr. Alicia Lachiondo, Get Immunized Idaho Coalition Spokesperson