Remember the whopping cough outbreak in the posh Cape Cod area of Massachusetts? Well, it turns out, all of the children affected by the outbreak had been vaccinated.
Around 15 children at Falmouth High School reportedly contracted the respiratory illness, also known as pertussis, thereby sparking a wave of panic about a corresponding increase in vaccine exemptions. No matter how hard the mainstream media tries to cover it up, however, the truth is, those who were vaccinated were not protected at all.
Repeating the official narrative for CBS Boston, I-Team correspondent Lauren Leamanczyk attributed the outbreak to vaccine exemptions. She then went on to reveal apparently undisclosed data which show that vaccine exemptions have increased fourfold over the past 25 years. Of course, correlation does not necessarily imply causation.
In her story, Leamanczyk quotes the words of Dr. Sharon Daly, Chief of Pediatrics at Cape Cod Hospital, who claimed that outbreaks increase when vaccination rates decrease. The implication, thus, is that the Falmouth outbreak was triggered by unvaccinated children.
A few paragraphs into her story, however, Leamanczyk eventually concedes that all of the children who developed whooping cough had been vaccinated for it. Now, even if some of the unvaccinated children at school acted as carriers of the disease, the fact alone that vaccinated children – only vaccinated children – were actually diagnosed with the cough proves that whopping cough vaccines are a failure.
Leamanczyk’s article even suggests that the rise in philosophical exemptions is the culprit for the outbreak, but the thing is, Massachusetts doesn’t even allow for philosophical exemptions: Only religious and medical exemptions are permitted in the Bay State!
As stated bluntly and correctly by Natural News:
“Vaccines either work or they don’t. Period. Blaming unvaccinated individuals for spreading disease to vaccinated individuals makes no sense, and only further exposes the vaccine agenda for what it is: A complete myth.”
“If anything, vaccinated individuals are actually the ones responsible for spreading disease. In the case of whooping cough, a study out of the Netherlands found that whooping cough has mutated genetically and become more virulent as a result of whooping cough vaccines, which would explain why outbreaks are escalating.
“Another study published in the journal Infection Control Today admits that the vaccine strategy ‘[has] not completely eradicated strains of the bacteria,’ but rather led to ‘an increase in diversity,’ meaning deadlier strains that are more virulent and perhaps more contagious.”
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