California lawmaker Anne Marie Schubert has spoken out about the dangers of administering vaccines to children after her son suddenly collapsed after receiving an HPV vaccine and sustained severe injuries.
According to Schubert, her son fell to the floor like concrete, suffering skull fracture from the fall. Within weeks of hospitalization, the child became deaf in his right ear. The grim details of her son's injuries haunted Schubert.
According to vaccine advocate Richard Pan, fainting after receiving the HPV vaccine is normal. Schubert said she was never told of any side effects from the vaccine, saying she intends to file a petition with the Washington federal court to allow “a special magistrate administers settlements from a federal vaccination fund created by Congress.”
California lawmaker Anne Marie Schubert says her son has become severely injured as a result of receiving the ‘dangerous’ HPV vaccine.
Schubert, 53, took her son to see the family doctor in 2016 after he complained of having back pains. When they arrived at the appointment, the doctor switched the topic over to vaccines, complaining that Schubert’s son was long overdue an HPV shot.
According to Schubert, shortly after receiving the vaccine, her son violently collapsed to the ground.
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“His head slammed full force onto the floor, which was like concrete,” Schubert said. “For a moment, I thought he was dead.”
He wasn’t dead, but within an hour, Schubert and her family would learn that her son suffered a severe skull fracture from the fall. And within weeks, they would learn something even more horrifying: The boy now was deaf in his right ear because of the trauma he experienced when his head hit the ground.
The details of her son’s fall continue to haunt Schubert. “At that time, my son never called me Mommy,” she said. “But (when he came to) he was crying, ‘Mommy! Mommy! I want to go home.’”
“I don’t cry a lot, but I cried a lot over this one,” she said.
“We had gone up to the mountains to go hiking and he had tripped,” Schubert said. “He wanted to go to the doctor in the morning, even though he had school, because (he said) it hurt really, really bad. … I thought he had pulled a muscle.”
While at the doctor’s office at Kaiser Permanente in Elk Grove, Schubert was informed that her son was due for his vaccination for human papillomavirus, which is given to boys and girls at age 11 or 12.
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