Just another example of what the Fullerton Observer doesn’t want you to know.

Sharon Kennedy and her off kilter establishment rag, The Fullerton Observer are so on the wrong side of so many issues in Fullerton that I could talk for days on it. So here is a group of parents, including myself at the end of the video, that took the time away from their families to come on down and address the Fullerton School District Board of Trustees on the forced vaccination law SB 277. You can clearly see Jan Youngman, the reporter for the Fullerton Observer,

sitting right next to the podium the whole time taking what appear to be notes. Ironically, it actually starts out with one of the Fullerton Cares Autism foundation (which totally ignores both the wireless and the vaccine connection to Autism) board members talking about something totally unrelated. Well, guess what? No coverage or reporting of  this meeting, these parents’ comments, this issue or parental rights as they relate to the implementation of  this horrible law SB 277. Surprised? You shouldn’t be.


Chris Thompson and Robert Pletka look on as the parents line up at the 11-17-15 FSD Trustee meeting

In fact at the FJUHSD meetings, they take it a step further. When it comes time for public comments, usually after 10pm on a worknight, Vivien Moreno, the reporter for the Fullerton Observer, leaves the room so she doesn’t have to hear much less report the public comments because they don’t want the public to hear the horrific facts I repeat meeting after meeting about the cancer and the infertility risks associated with the district’s wireless technology program.


Joe Imbriano addressing the FSD board on SB 277 as Observer reporter Jan Youngman takes notes

This one is a first, however, intentionally not covering an entire meeting. Well what else would you expect from Sharon Kennedy and her slanted rag? Vaccines are dangerous period. Forced vaccination is tyrannical to say the least. This is just another example of the Fullerton establishment turning their backs on Fullerton’s children and some good parents that refuse to. Watch here for another example of what the Fullerton Observer doesn’t want you to know.

  1. #1 by Anonymous on December 2, 2015 - 1:33 pm

    They have done their best over two centuries of massive vaccine experiments to never compare the overall health of the vaccinated vs the unvaccinated, and now they want to make sure the unvaccinated disappear from the databases that they use to make up their numbers on vaccine “safety”

    • #2 by Anonymous on December 2, 2015 - 3:38 pm

      Dystopian truth is stranger than dystopian fiction.

  2. #3 by Barry Levinson on December 2, 2015 - 1:43 pm

    A very powerful video of caring Fullerton mothers and a father speaking before the FSD. A small group of concerned parents, doctors, nurses and scientists are leading the fight against forced immunizations. School boards need to speak out against these totally undemocratic laws that allow the state to invade our bodies without our permission.

    It is hard to be civil with the same people who cavalierly pass and enforce laws that enslave the populace.

    • #4 by parents too polite on December 2, 2015 - 3:59 pm

      Actually, don’t we all have the “right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” endowed on us by our Creator and guaranteed in the US Constitution?

      You now have the enforcement arm of this government monster denying us our Constitutional rights. How bad does it have to get before parents/public stop thanking the school boards, city councils, etc. for the right to make public comments and be heard on a matter that is taking away our rights as parents?

      The FSD enforcement arm is participating in unconstitutional acts, plain and simple.

      THEY ARE PARTICIPATING. What rights will be taken away next?

  3. #5 by Observer propaganda on December 2, 2015 - 3:43 pm

    It is really evil that the reporters assigned to schools, Jan Youngman (FSD) and Vivien Moreno (FJUHSD) are deliberately silencing the voices of the public. They are keeping silent the health harms that all Fullerton school children are being exposed to in the microwave radiation.

    Peer reviewed science demonstrates this to be a Class 1 carcinogen. Parents: Would you ever allow your child to sit in a classroom puffing cigarettes?

    They are working to irradiate the kids and keep silent this information. What do you say about people like this? Isn’t Vivien Moreno a Fullerton High School PTSA member? Why would she continue to do this? How can a mom act so callously? Wow, just wow.

    • #6 by Fullerton Lover on December 2, 2015 - 4:33 pm

      FYI, the extremely biased reporting of Jan Youngman covering/coverage the education community’s behinds on behalf of the Fullerton Observer has precedence…

      Jan Youngman was actually schilling for the likes of Pam Keller at one time, which I think is ironic given the recent childish antics of Pam Keller trying to bully Joe from taping and broadcasting the recent hush-hush Kelly Thomas conference settlement the day before Thanksgiving.


      • #7 by betsy B on December 2, 2015 - 6:31 pm

        It all figures.

        It must be worth it, betraying all the children in Fullerton schools.

      • #8 by Fullerton Lover on December 15, 2015 - 5:12 pm

        Fullerton Observer’s Rusty Kennedy’s political donations from as far back as 35 years ago, to long time Democrat, NOCCC Trustee, and recalled Fullerton City Councilwoman Molly McClanahan…


    • #9 by Fullerton Lover on December 3, 2015 - 1:17 pm

      I remembered this piece from the time that all of the schoolteachers were out on Harbor Blvd. trying to drum up better raises.

      There is also a video that goes with this that shows Pam Keller getting up close and personal with the FSD Trustee, Chris Thompson.

      Nasty that one is.


  4. #10 by Nancy on December 2, 2015 - 7:33 pm

    Thank you for being there. I wish I could have come. You were all fantastic. We are all in this fight together.

  5. #11 by Roseanna on December 3, 2015 - 10:01 am

    Joe, thank you for continuing the fight for everyone’s children. You are a very brave man. You inspire me to stand up. You have been in the battle for a long time. I remember you from a few years back in Irvine. By the way, your autism article was amazing. I have learned so much from your work and have told so many people about it. Your wireless radiation articles are frightening as well as heartbreaking. I really feel so powerless over all of this. Would you be willing to come to the Downey school board meetings? We would love to have you. I will send you my contact information.

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