MANHEIM TOWNSHIP, PA – A local Mom is refusing to vaccinate her pets along with her children.
Kathleen Buckwalter says the vaccines that are harmful to children are also harmful to pets.
“My kids Kaleb, Konnor, and Kayla are not vaccinated and doing fine. They don’t have poisonous vaccines in their body and they do not have autism. I am going to protect our Karter [Buckwalter’s dog] in the same way.” said Buckwalter.
Buckwalter is an Anti-Vaxxer.
Anti-Vaxxer is the label associated with people who are part of an ill-advised anti-vaccination movement.
The anti-vaccination movement is a loosely-organized conspiracy theorist subculture that blames the medical practice of vaccinations for a wide range of health problems. The movement, to a large majority led by people with no medical or scientific qualifications (or, ironically, stripped of credentials for malpractice and fraud), is based largely on spuriously alleged short- and long-term side effects of vaccinations. Effects which are also often trivial when compared to the severity of what were once common illnesses.
According to Buckwalter vaccinations are also harmful to pets as well.
“What big pharma doesn’t want you to know is that vaccinating your pets can lead to pet autism and aggression in pets. That problem is far greater than any protections fake vaccinations are supposed to protect your pet from.” explained Buckwalter.
POL’s Wildlife Biologist Earl Sneed disagrees.
“There is no science or evidence behind Buckwalter’s claims. She is just dumb and full of shit.” said Sneed.
People of Lancaster encourages everyone to vaccinate their pets. The most common vaccines designed to protect your pet are Rabies, Distemper, Parvo, and Bordetella.