Actress Jessica Biel bravely comes out in support of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and vaccine truth, only to sustain barrage of criticism on social media

Monday, June 17, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Monday, June 17, 2019

It’s not every day that a high-profile individual decides to break from the herd and express unpopular viewpoints that could negatively impact her career. But that’s exactly what actress Jessica Biel has done by boldly joining up with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to challenge restrictive new legislation recently proposed in California that would make it even harder for parents to opt their children out of mandatory vaccinations.

On his Instagram account, Kennedy recently shared a series of photos of himself and Biel in Sacramento, where the two spoke with legislators about the threat of Senate Bill 276. Introduced by none other than corrupt drug and vaccine hack Richard Pan, SB 276 would require that all written statements by physicians allowing vaccination exemptions also be signed by an official from the State Department of Public Health.

This added hurdle would make it more difficult than ever for California parents to exempt their children from mandatory vaccinations for medical purposes, since that’s now the only exemption option afforded to parents in the Golden State. Prior to Pan’s legislative crusade against health freedom, California parents could freely exempt their children from mandatory vaccinations on not just medical grounds, but also for religious, personal and philosophical reasons.

“Please say thank you to the courageous [Jessica Biel] for a busy and productive day at the California State House,” Kennedy wrote in the caption below the photo series he shared to his Instagram account.

As usual, Fox News publishes anti-freedom bias, suggesting that people like Jessica Biel who support medical freedom are “anti-vaxxers”

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