This article was originally published by Adam Dick at The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity.
Vaccine makers in America have special protections from liability. Instead of suing for an injury or death from experimental coronavirus “vaccine” shots or one of the many shots included in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended childhood vaccination schedule, people are left with the course of pleading their cases for payouts from special the United States government-created compensation programs.
The process is not a means to justice. Your day in court never happens. Instead, you can trudge through a bureaucratic pathway in hopes of receiving some relief in the form of a government check while any parties responsible for causing the harm walk free and financially unimpaired. Victims’ compensation is capped quite low compared to damages that would have been awardable had a lawsuit, not ben verboten.
The process is also far from swift. People seeking payouts should expect the process can drag on for years because the compensation programs — the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program and the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program — lack adequate resources to efficiently handle the deluge of requests for compensation for injury and death with which they have been hit in recent years following the expansion of the CDC’s list of recommended childhood shots and the introduction of the experimental coronavirus shots.
Lauren Gardner provides more information about the two US government programs’ failure to keep up in a June 1 Politico article you can read here.