(Natural News) In announcing a trumped up “state of emergency” that was recently declared by Washington Governor Jay Inslee in response to a measles outbreak in Clark County, Yahoo News accidentally let it slip that most of the children affected had actually been previously vaccinated against the disease – once again proving that vaccines don’t work.
Contrary to the mainstream media’s unsubstantiated narrative that this latest measles outbreak, like many others in the past, was supposedly caused by “the anti-vaccine movement,” it’s now apparent that it was actually a total failure of the MMR vaccine for measles, mumps, and rubella that resulted in children getting sick.
“The majority of those infected are children, many of whom have not been immunized against the disease,” reported AFP News, and republished by Yahoo News, indicating that at least some of the children stricken with measles had received the MMR in accordance with CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) guidelines.
Why we’re surmising that it was actually most of the kids, however, has to do with the article’s tricky wording. Had most of the children who’ve contracted measles not previously been vaccinated with MMR as insinuated, you can be sure that Yahoo and AFP would have clearly indicated this.
“The majority of those infected are children, most of whom have not been immunized against the disease,” would have been the quote. But instead of using the word “most,” the article instead uses the word “many” – which, if you read between the lines, suggests that at least half of the affected children were previously vaccinated with MMR.
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Big Vaccine constantly manufacturers disease outbreak crises like this to scare parents into vaccinating
The same news report goes on to quote Governor Jay Inslee, who gave an absurd public statement claiming that measles “is a highly contagious infectious disease that can be fatal in small children” – the suggestion being that parents had better vaccinate their children if they don’t want them to die.
But, as usual, this is just another trumped up falsehood, seeing as how measles was viewed in the past as being no more severe than common chickenpox. In fact, an old episode of “The Brady Bunch” referred to measles as the “best” disease for a child to get if he or she has to be sick with something.
The great thing about naturally contracting measles is that, once you recover, you’re immune from the disease for life. The same can’t be said for the MMR vaccine, however, which only provides temporary protection at best.
For Governor Inslee and the mainstream media to convey a message of death in conjunction with measles, along with a declaration of a state of emergency, is just more mindless fear-mongering at the behest of Big Vaccine, which is losing considerable market share as more and more parents refuse vaccines for their children.
It has nothing to do with safety, and everything to do with vaccine industry profits, which suffer whenever parents make the decision to allow their children to develop immunity naturally instead of injecting them with aborted human fetal tissue, cancer-causing chemicals, and other harmful vaccine additives.
Even right-leaning news outlets like The Daily Caller are guilty of spreading vaccine industry lies that try to scare parents into getting their children jabbed, which puts these little ones at risk of serious complications and even death.
The truth of the matter is that a mere 26 children came down with the measles in this latest outbreak, and most of them were already vaccinated. If the MMR vaccine really worked, and Governor Inslee’s comments were valid, this number would be zero, and all of the children affected would be dead – which none of them are.
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