Back in the 1960s or 1970s I might have had a positive or at least a credulous reaction to the idea of Federal government representatives knocking on doors to educate the public on a public health initiative. Today, however, I am skeptical.
When I was young I didn’t know anything about the Tuskegee syphilis experiment, or Project MKULTRA, or other Federal programs that have used the American public as unwitting guinea pigs in medical and biowafare experiments. I had no idea about Federal efforts to control media (Project Mockingbird) or NSA surveillance of every single U.S. citizen.
These things I didn’t know when I was young concern me deeply now that I am older. As a result, I do not trust Stumble Joe’s vaccine strike force.