Fake Vaccine News!

Fake Vaccine News
H/T The Peoples Chemist

Much of the news we get is fake.  The New York Times is no exception. Not only is this one fake, it’s dangerous. Titled, “Pregnant Mothers Need Whooping Cough Vaccine,” (https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/06/well/family/pregnant-mothers-need-whooping-cough-vaccine.html?_r=0) the Times
quotes scientist Dr. Nicola P. Klein.  Enthusiastically, she insists that “every woman should receive the Tdap during every pregnancy. Whooping cough is a potentially deadly disease, and this vaccine protects your baby.”

I’m all for safe vaccines and their proper use—but when the “lamestream” media makes blatant lies, I can’t look away.
Dig below the surface and you’ll find this is an advertisement disguised as an article – more propaganda to flood out the millions of voices now questioning vaccines. The article conveniently left out that Tdap is only approved by the FDA as a booster shot for 11 year olds.  Additionally, the vaccine insert is very explicit in its’ warning to moms, “Animal reproduction studies have not been conducted.”

Dr. Klein receives 100% of her funding from vaccine makers Sanofi and GlaxoSmithKline. Her conflicts of interest are obvious looking at the design of the study. She didn’t report or follow up for side effects. Worse, there wasn’t a placebo group to compare vaccine effectiveness and safety. She simply jabbed moms, then monitored for whooping cough outbreak (Without a placebo, there’s no way to tell if infection was even a risk for newborns, under moms natural immunity).

A quick history lesson proves that natural immunity trumps vaccines. Between 1900 and 1935, mortality rates due to whooping cough dropped by 79 percent in the United States. Yet, the vaccine (DTP and DTaP) wasn’t introduced until 1940.

Today, those who have been “immunized” for pertussis are the most susceptible to whooping cough as verified by numerous outbreaks. Researchers with the CDC publicly stated in 2002 that, “the number of infants dying from whooping cough is rising, despite record high vaccination levels” (emphasis mine)

In 2009, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution recognized the trend too. In the article titled, “Whooping Cough Vaccine not as Powerful as Thought,” the publication highlighted a recent cluster of 18 whooping cough-infected students. Seventeen of those students – 95% of those infected – had been immunized with five doses of DTaP vaccine.

In addition to lack of efficacy, the vaccine comes with serious risk. According to one of the studies sponsors themselves, Sanofi, adverse events include, “idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, SIDS, anaphylactic reaction, cellulitis, autism, convulsion/grand mal convulsion, encephalopathy, hypotonia, neuropathy, somnolence and apnea.”  Listed smack dab in the
vaccine insert, this is a warning to all moms to err on the side of caution and skip the shot!