Blankenburg for Congress



The vaccine debate in the United States has become completely dysfunctional. On one side are people who believe that we should just blindly follow the edicts of the public health authorities. On the other side are those who think that all vaccines are unnecessary. I don’t agree with either of these positions.


We must restore trust in our public health services by clearing out the politicized leadership and building a firewall between the public health services and the big pharmaceutical companies.

Parents must have the responsibility for making informed decisions about their children’s health. However, there are exceptions. No parent has the right to sentence their child to a lifetime of pain and misery because they wouldn’t allow them to receive proven vaccines for debilitating diseases like polio.