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Is the HPV vaccine considered safe enough to be given to the Obama girls?

The President’s Cancer Panel wants all girls and young women to get a Gardasil shot.

Girls as young as 13.

The panel sent a letter to Obama asking him to take a “public stand” to get girls vaccinated. It outlined a promotional plan to snag as many of these young woman as possible into getting these HPV shots.

So here’s what I want to know.

What about Obama’s daughters? Sasha has just turned 13 and Malia is now 16. Have they been given shots of Gardasil or Cervarix?

And if not, why not?

And don’t tell me that’s too personal a question.

Because if the president’s own advisory panel is laying down an advertising campaign to lure our daughters and granddaughters into getting this dangerous vaccine, I think we deserve to know whether the Obamas themselves are buying into the program.

Has Michelle looked at any of the 31,000 adverse reaction reports to these HPV vaccines? Does the White House doctor stock it in his supply cabinet?

I’m sure the parents of girls who have been injured by these shots, and especially those who have died after getting it, would like answers to those questions, too.

“FDA approves Entyvio to treat ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease” FDA press release, May 20, 2014,

“Accelerating HPV vaccine uptake: urgency for action to prevent cancer” A report to the President of the United States from The President’s Cancer Panel”