Pacifica’s KPFA Bans Gary Null Interview on Vaccines

- By James Tracy - May 8, 2015

Network’s Flagship Station Falls in Lockstep Behind CA’s March Toward Mandatory Vaccination

Submitted by John Doe

On May 6th Gary Null was scheduled to appear on Bonnie Faulkner’s program Guns and Butter, regularly broadcast over the Pacifica Network’s flagship station KPFA in Berkeley CA. He was scheduled for the full hour to speak on vaccine efficacy and safety, and address issues concerning the California vaccine bills. The station censored Faulkner from doing the broadcast, Null’s producer and assistant Richard Gage reports. This is the first time Guns and Butter has been censored in 11 years.

The program is syndicated and airs on other land stations around the nation, and is particularly popular in California. KPFA and other Pacifica stations pride themselves in being the last bastions of free-speech and commercial free broadcasting in the nation. In fact, Null himself has hosts a daily program, The Gary Null Show, on New York City Pacifica affiliate, WBAI.

Yet the network has become increasingly controlled by ideologues with political agendas trumping the public interests it claims to champion. Anyone who wishes to file complaints to KPFA management and express the station’s disservice to California residents may do so by sending a brief email to either the general manager Quincy McCoy This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or better yet the station manager Laura Prives who was responsible for banning the broadcast, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

More here: http://www.gunsandbutter.org

Host Bonnie Faulkner and Gary Null must have been right over the target (California’s looming totalitarian elimination of personal exemptions from vaccinations), because the flak they took was KPFA’s shutting down their speech!

Contrast KPFA’s censorship of Null with the integrity of WMNF 88.5 FM (Tampa, FL), which recently broadcast a pro/con debate about mandatory vaccination. But guess what happened? The “pro” vaccination speaker cancelled on short notice. To WMNF’s credit, the station’s management went ahead with the broadcast, allowing a leading vaccination-choice attorney (Alan Phillips) to present his information.

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