The CDC have admitted for the first time that vaccines may be ineffective at providing immunity against some diseases.
In a study published in the journal Emerging Infectious Disease, 26 preschool-aged children were given vaccinations for pertussis (whooping cough) in 2013, and were subsequently found to have a 50 percent increase in infection rates compared to unvaccinated children.
But wait, shouldn’t the infection rate go down, not up? Hmmm.
The published article, entitled, Sustained Transmission of Pertussis in Vaccinated, 1–5-Year-Old Children in a Preschool, Florida, USA, touches on vaccines’ inability to be the beneficial solution it’s often made out to be. According to the authors, “This outbreak raises concerns about vaccine effectiveness in this preschool age group and reinforces the idea that recent pertussis vaccination should not dissuade physicians from diagnosing, testing or treating persons with compatible illness for pertussis.”
That’s right, the authors actually use the I-word – “ineffectiveness” – in describing a particular case of the pertussis vaccination.
The article continues:
“Given these reports and the increased levels of circulation of pertussis among older age groups with documented waning of immunity, further monitoring of acellular pertussis vaccine performance in preschool-age children is necessary to determine if this outbreak was an isolated finding or possibly identification of an emerging epidemiologic trend.”
Not the first time vaccines have been found to be ineffective – in fact, they’re sometimes deadly!
This journal article, while interesting, is hardly shocking. The ill effects of many vaccines have long-been questioned, causing people to refrain from their use.
One only has to recall incidents like that of Marysue Grivna, a healthy 10-year-old who developed a serious brain disease a mere four days after receiving the flu shot. Ever since, she’s been mostly confined to a wheelchair, and is only able to eat with the assistance of a feeding tube. She’s experienced vision loss, paralysis and is non-verbal, all due to the brain inflammation that occurred after she received the flu shot.
Then there’s the instance of John Sanders, whose baby died a day after receiving eight vaccines in one day. Despite the fact that he had reached out to people about concerns over the baby’s post-vaccination vomiting and rashes, he was essentially ignored. In fact, authorities actually questioned Sanders, basically accusing him of playing a role in his own baby’s death. Did it even matter that his baby’s medical records were found to contain errors? Apparently not. Sanders was given a life sentence in jail.
It’s no surprise, then, to learn that a particular vaccination was found to be “ineffective” and “inadequate.” It is a surprise, however, to hear it coming from the CDC, an organization that strongly urges vaccinations on people.