Group tours to raise awareness against vaccination

Group tours to raise awareness against vaccination

BEAUMONT - If you believe vaccines can cause autism and other developmental disorders, you should have been at a tour stop at Brentwood Country Club in Beaumont.

The makers of a film called "VAXXED" were there on a 40 city tour.

Organizers say about a third of theatre-goers stand when asked if they have a so- called "vaccine- injured" loved one.

The film alleges data from a 2004 study was destroyed after it showed a link between the MMR vaccine, and autism.

“All people could get damaged,” says Prolly Tommey, producer for the film VIXXED.

“We don't know what child or parents are okay in getting the flu vaccine,” she explains.

Group members from the tour are speaking to parents and children around the world about the severity of vaccine injury.

The tour bus will be in Washington DC by mid-September.

(© 2016 KBMT)


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