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Rep. Carolyn Maloney questioned the safety of vaccines in the military

Rep. Carolyn Maloney warned of "vaccine-related health risks" for US soldiers and other military personnel. Critics say the female legislator is proving to have contributed to anti-vaccine hysteria and hesitation.

Maloney — currently in a preliminary race against longtime ally Rep. Jerrold Nadler and attorney Suraj Patel for the newly elected 12th Congressional constituency — announced in 2008. In 2012, I wrote to Colonel Renata Engler, then Director of Vaccines and Health Care at the Department of Defense. She questions Centers Network, "Serious Adverse Events from Compulsory Immunizations."

Maloney, in her letter, stated that "her rate of serious adverse events was 1-2%" related to vaccination and how that affects "military preparations." She voiced her concerns about what was affecting her.

Rep. Carolyn Maloney
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Rep. Carolyn Maloney
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Rep. He said it was important to get more information.

Maloney's vaccine skeptic trajectory was her Achilles heel during the campaign. She came at a time when the overwhelming majority of New Yorkers were stabbed multiple times to get vaccinated. Protected from COVID-19.

Suraj Patel, one ofMaloney's opponents, contributed to vaccine hesitation in the reorganized 12th Congressional Democratic primary. accused lawmakers of defending a discredited anti-vaxx movement.

"Her letter to the Pentagon exposes the depth of her crusade against vaccination. What she did is just out of the vaccine conspiracy theory," Patel said. said.

"We need leaders who stand for science," he said.

Another major rival, Rep. Jerrold Nadler,said at a Wednesday night debate that the anti-vaccine movement took root among parents because "she [ Because of the poison that [Maloney] helped plant."

Maloney's campaign attempted to dismiss the Pentagon letter as old news, arguing that she was a staunch advocate of immunizations and immunizations, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rep. Carolyn Maloney
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“Carolyn Maloney supports vaccines and the science behind them. She has consistently voted for funding to bring vaccines to New York during the pandemic, including setting up two vaccine centers in her district's Queensboro House and Astoria House.

"Rehashing the old story she asked to make vaccines safer doesn't take away from her consistent support for vaccines before and during the pandemic."

At Wednesday's debate sponsored by Forward and the New Jewish Agenda, Maloney said, "I support vaccines," saying he "regrets" the coronavirus pandemic. I questioned them long before it happened.

Rep. Jerry Nadler
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Rep. Jerry Nadler, center, and Rep. Carolyn Maloney , right, watch as Attorney Suraj Patel
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Meanwhile, the Democrats' unenforced gerrymandering debacle forced Maloney and Jerrold Nadler, two congressional heavyweights are now competing for the Democratic Party. Same House.

A court earlier this year ruled that Democrats engaged in illegal partisan gerrymandering to gain more seats in Congress, andreversed maps that changed districts.Republican critics derided the illegally drawn re-election districts as "Hochulmanders" because Gov. Kathy Hocholapproved it.

Special Masters assigned by the courts tasked with correcting the maps have made Nadler's Upper West Side Base and Maloney's Upper East Side Turf into one of the new 12th Congress
Districts. merged as a department.

Patel is his third nominee for this race, Dirk looking to upset two of his 70th delegates who have worked in the House since the early 1990s. It's a hose.