The state senator behind California’s SB277 forced vaccination law is a pro at spreading misinformation, particularly on social media.
Carrying out the job that Big Pharma paid him to do — which we recently proved by publishing information about the industry cash he’s received — Senator Richard Pan recently posted a Facebook status citing a completely fraudulent article denying the existence of mercury in vaccines, which also made blatantly false statements about Natural News’ Mike Adams.
Written by PolitiFact Georgia‘s April Hunt, the article propagated a multitude of lies including claims that they attempted to contact Adams about his views on mercury in vaccines. Click here for details on the Politifact falsehoods based on either shoddy journalism or a deliberate smear campaign.
In fact, no contact with Adams was ever made by PolitiFact.
PolitiFact‘s claim is a blatant lie, one that Senator Richard Pan repeated in an attempt to attack Adams and distract voters from the fact that he received campaign contributions from pharmaceutical companies before promoting the SB277 vaccine mandate in California.
In February 2015, a time when vaccine propaganda reached its peak following the “Disneyland Measles Outbreak,” PolitiFact falsely reported that “Adams declined to speak” with them about “his conclusions regarding mercury” and that he instead referred them to studies on NaturalNews.com. The allegation is blatantly false.
Natural News is demanding not only a retraction but an apology from both PolitiFact GA and Sen. Pan, as both used falsified reports to attempt to smear Adams’ character by insinuating his refusal to stand by his scientific proof that flu shots still contain mercury, a known neurotoxin.
“Who are Pan’s handlers?” asks Adams. “Big drug companies and vaccine manufacturers with deep pockets and a total lack of ethics,” he says. “Richard Pan is a vaccine industry puppet who has betrayed the children of California in exchange for campaign cash from criminal pharmaceutical companies. If he stays in office, he presents a clear and present danger to all children and families in California… but especially African-American children whom a top CDC scientist has already admitted have a higher risk of autism stemming from vaccinations.”
It’s very important that the general public understands the tactics that Sen. Pan is using to push mandatory vaccination in California, which brainwash the public into believing that vaccines have no risks, only benefits.
You can view videos about vaccine injuries at StopMandatoryVaccination.com.
View Richard Pan’s Facebook page at this link.
Californians seek to boot Senator Pan from office
Enraged over the forced vaccination bill recently pushed through by Sen. Pan, Californians have had enough and are actively trying to have him removed from office through a recall.
To kick Pan out of office, proponents will need to collect 35,926 signatures by the end of December, before convincing a majority of voters that there is sufficient cause to depose a man they elevated to the state Senate mere months ago,” reports The Sacramento Bee.
California’s last successful recall occurred in 2003 when voters unseated Gov. Gray Davis, replacing him with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Pan’s track record is less than admirable. He very well may have broken the law when he discouraged people from signing the SB277 Referendum by quoting from an article saying “Whatever you do, don’t sign it” and posting it on his Facebook page.
The SB277 Referendum could potentially reverse forced vaccination in California; learn where to sign here.
California law clearly states that “interference in a recall or referendum effort” is strictly prohibited.
Senator Pan is a walking advertisement for Big Pharma
To say Pan’s position on vaccines is biased would be a severe understatement, as he received more than $95,000 from Big Pharma during the 2013-2014 legislative session. He also accepted donations from Merck & Co. in the 2010 election cycle, in which the pharmaceutical industry was buying politicians and strategically placing them in positions that would guarantee the passing of their sinister vaccine mandate.
The idea that Sen. Pan is a “public health advocate” is outrageous. Terms like these are often used by big government and large corporations to try and trick the public, by assigning a name or title that sounds really great and wonderful when in all actuality the complete opposite is true.
Take for example the “Patriot Act,” which severely infringes on Americans’ rights, or the “Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act,” which sounds really good but aims to prohibit individual states from labeling GMOs and enacting laws limiting the use of toxic glyphosate on crops.
Another example is the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA), which as The Hill describes, “is an out and out surveillance bill masquerading as a cybersecurity bill.”
This is true in Pan’s case, as he is not really a “public health advocate” but a purchased advertisement for vaccines. He doesn’t seem to care whether or not vaccines are safe. All he cares about is making sure he posts enough pro-vaccine social media propaganda to meet whatever quota he and Big Pharma likely agreed upon.
Pan’s Twitter page goes something like this:
Going away to college? Don’t forget to get your vaccines! #VaccinesWork
Thinking about going out of the country? Don’t forget to take your vaccines! #VaccinesWork
Nine months pregnant and about to give birth? Don’t forget to take your vaccines! #VaccinesWork
Considering that the vaccine industry has paid out over $3 billion to vaccine-injured families since 1986, this type of advertising by a state senator is unethical, dangerous and undemocratic.