Measles outbreak in L.A. proves vaccine mandates don’t work (but they do create a medical police state)

One of the most controversial topics in today’s society is forced vaccination. Many people believe that they will limit the spread of diseases. Others think this will turn America into a medical police state. A case of measles in LA proves that vaccines do not always work, making some rethink their stance.

Key Takeaways:

  • Small, contained outbreak of measles in L.A County early December
  • 2014 measles outbreak in Disneyland prompted passage of SB277
  • Full compliance with SB277 is impossible to achieve

“Public health experts were open about the ways that the case demonstrates the weaknesses of the new compulsory vaccine law, SB 277.”