Families sue New York City over mandatory measles vaccine order: 5 mothers say the emergency order and threat of $1,000 fine is unlawful, antisemitic, and totalitarian | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Families sue New York City over mandatory measles vaccine order: 5 mothers say the emergency order and threat of $1,000 fine is unlawful, antisemitic, and totalitarian

They say vaccines go against their religious belief that they should not put a foreign body in their or their child's body, and they believe de Blasio's order unfairly targeted Jews.

But the most fiery testimonies came from the patient advocates, including one from Vera Sharav, a child survivor of the Holocaust and former librarian who has become a notorious vocal critic of the medical establishment and vaccines.

In a strongly-worded affidavit, Sharav draws on her personal experience with anti-Semitism to accuse New York City of 'totalitarianism'.

'As a survivor of the Holocaust, I am especially attuned toward recognizing the signs of government overreach,' Sharav writes in her affidavit filed to a Brooklyn court on Monday morning. She adds: 'Dictatorships always invoke "the greater good of society" when they trample individual human rights.'

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