No Liability

So again, here’s the question.

In the US, only one industry can cause you harm, without any fear of being sued.

Which industry is it?

But first, ask yourself:

“Would I rather buy a propane grill from:
1) the company I CAN sue; or
2) the company I CANNOT sue?”

Depends on whether you enjoy fireworks at dinner time, right?

Sure, it’s not JUST the fear of being sued which inspires companies to make great products. But it certainly DOES raise the floor for what constitutes a rock-bottom performance!

So, back to the question. In the US, which industry can cause harm without ever being sued?

Seatbelts?

Elevators?

Climbing Equipment?

Zoos?

Flashlights?

No, no, no.

No. and no.

It’s . . . our vaccine industry!

Yes, Seriously. Here’s some info about that.

Does this mean they’re up to no good?
No.

Do I trust tort-protected corporations to make my health decisions for me?
Also No.

I mean, there’s crazy, and then there’s bat-**** crazy.

To make my best health decisions, well, I need to learn something. I’ve been minding the vaccine debate for a while, but I’ll admit: I’m not a complete scholar.

and I think most people are in the same boat.

“What can I do about it?”

In a few days, the folks at The Truth About Cancer are launching a docu-series called, “The Truth About Vaccines 2020“. It’s free to watch, but only if you catch the online release.

Sign up to watch this series online, for free.

It’s obvious that the vaccine freedoms we enjoy in this country today will soon be challenged in the midst (or wake) of the Coronavirus panic-demic. This is the perfect time to actively seek relevant information.

If you’ve ever been to one of my cancer education talks (go here to watch a recorded version), you know I advocate gathering info from a wide range of sources before forming beliefs. The Truth About Vaccines is- at a minimum– a good starting point for further research.

I’ve seen and read Ty Bollinger’s work before, and highly recommend his team of journalists. I don’t think this series will disappoint anyone.

Personally, I’m very curious to see where they take the vaccine debate.
(I missed their previous series on vaccines.)

If you’re a knowledge junkie, grab some popcorn: this is for you.

And let me know what you think of the series!

Take care,

– Brandon