PBS News Hour covers Vermont school vaccination controversy

Since a measles outbreak at Disneyland two years ago, a number of states have tightened immunization requirements mandating children who attend schools get vaccinated. Some parents opposed to mandatory vaccinations, however, are pushing back. PBS News Hour reports on the controversy in Vermont that passed vaccine restrictions two years ago.

What is not widely known, however, is that the anti-vaccine movement is an outgrowth of the environmentalist movement and claims to favor medical choice when, in reality, they seek the spread of preventable illnesses, like measles or smallpox, in hopes of eradicating human life as part of their war against mankind.