(Natural News) In the interest of helping our readers better spot fake news coming even from supposedly “trusted” media sources, Natural News is issuing an alert about the allegedly “conservative” Fox News, which recently put out yet another hit piece targeting people who oppose vaccination.
Written by correspondent Bryan Llenas, who was first hired on as a reporter for Fox News Latino back in 2010, the fake news article claims that the ongoing spread of measles is being “fueled by anti-vaccination propaganda,” and that parents need to rush out and jab their kids with Merck & Co.’s MMR vaccine for their “protection.”
Llenas apparently spoke with Dr. Nancy Messonnier, the current Director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), who told him that the MMR vaccine for measles, mumps, and rubella is 100 percent safe and always effective – which is a bald-faced lie, of course.
“The biggest challenge we face right now is misinformation and myths about the vaccine,” Dr. Messonnier is quoted as saying, perpetuating the deception that the CDC is somehow the ultimate authority on vaccines, despite the fact that it’s already been proven that the CDC has been lying about vaccine safety for decades.
“It’s important that parents realize that the (MMR) vaccine is safe and effective,” Dr. Messonnier added, citing nothing but herself in making this ridiculous claim.
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Previous National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases Director at the CDC told Fox News back in 2014 that nobody has died while having measles since 2003
Ironically, Fox News picked up a story back in 2014 from the Associated Press that cited statements made by former National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases Director Dr. Anne Schuchat, who admitted that nobody has died while having measles since 2003 – which is more than 15 years ago.
During this same time period, however, well over 100 people have died from receiving the MMR vaccine that current National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases Director Dr. Nancy Messonnier deceptively says has never harmed anyone and is a perfect preventative cure for avoiding measles infection.
You won’t find any of these pertinent details in Llenas’ article, though, as its purpose today is simply to scare as many Fox News readers and viewers into rushing out to get vaccinated with MMR as possible.
Not at all surprisingly, Llenas’ article further claims that the vaccine-autism connection has been “discredited,” as has the idea that vaccines “are made of aborted fetuses.” But apparently Llenas missed the CDC’s “Vaccine Excipient & Media Summary,” which clearly shows that MMR vaccines contains aborted human fetal tissue in the forms of WI-38 human diploid lung fibroblasts and MRC-5 cells, both of which are derived from aborted human babies.
All of this would seem to be par for the course for Fox News, which earlier this year featured its official Medical Correspondent, Dr. Marc Siegel, calling for the arrest and imprisonment of doctors who issue vaccine medical exemptions to parents and their children.
“This is a disgrace,” Dr. Siegel stated in disgust about parents being allowed permission from the medical overlords to not be forcibly injected with deadly viruses, toxic chemicals, aborted babies, and other poisons. “And I am hoping that the doctors that are responsible for this get prosecuted,” he added, tyrannically.
Be sure to check out the full CDC Vaccine Excipient & Media Summary page to learn more about what’s added to CDC-sanctioned childhood vaccines.
You can also keep up with the latest vaccine injury news at VaccineInjuryNews.com.
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