NEW YORK (PNN) - December 6, 2019 - Michelle Rowton is a neonatal nurse practitioner specializing in the care of children ages 2 years old and younger. She has worked for over 17 years working in NICU, with pre-mature and sick babies.
Rowton does not herself give vaccines to babies.
She recently sat down and conducted an interview with Polly Tommey during the VAXXED II film bus tour.
Rowton relates that in her undergraduate training to prepare her to be a nurse, the only thing she was taught about vaccines was how to give the injections.
When she was in graduate school studying for her master’s degree to become a neonatal nurse practitioner, she says she was taught “coercive rhetoric” to get parents to agree with vaccines.
Rowton discusses her early years of working in the NICU with premature babies, and the negative effects vaccines would have on these babies.
Tommey then relates how vaccine apologists in the medical field will rationalize giving vaccines to young babies by stating that they have seen many deaths related to vaccine-preventable deaths among unvaccinated babies.
So she asks Rowton how many of these deaths by diseases that are allegedly prevented through vaccination that she has seen during all her years as a nurse, and she replies, “zero”.
“They’re lying. Especially when they bring up chicken pox. I’m like, what nation were you in when that happened? Because it hasn’t happened here,” says Rowton.
Rowton also works as a Functional Medical Nurse practitioner in the field for the past 7 years, where her focus is working with babies out in the field.
“I moved out of the hospital and into the clinic because I got to the point where I thought, this is the same thing over and over again,” says Rowton. “Yeah, I’m really good at putting in central lines, and putting in chest tubes, and saving these critical babies.
“When they get to the convalescence stage, it is terrible what we’re doing, and everybody’s doing the same thing.
“I can have more effect out in the community, in having these babies from birth until two - no antibiotics, no ear infections, no medications, setting them up for life to have a far less chance of autoimmune disease, chronic disease - all of that kind of stuff.
“That’s what I want to do now.”
Rowton has three children of her own, all unvaccinated, and never been on antibiotics.
Rowton started the organization Nurses against Mandatory Vaccines, which over the years we have featured numerous times here at Health Impact News, but she says they finally shut down the group:
“Nobody had the balls to actually stand up and do anything,” says Rowton. “If everybody had stood up and said ‘we’re not going to stand for mandatory flu shots in the hospital,’ the whole thing would have gone away because they would have had no staff to run the hospital.
“Everybody sitting around and doing nothing, collecting their pay checks, they’re all complicit in the mass annihilation of an entire generation of children.”