Vaccine FAIL: “Whopping Cough Outbreak Closes Texas School Despite 100% Vaccination Rate: Officials”

Despite a 100% vaccination rate, a Texas school closes early for winter break due to a whooping cough outbreak. Clearly the vaccine is failing to work as advertised. 

If ever there was convincing proof that vaccination does not equate to bona fide immunity, it is at St. Theresa Catholic School in Texas…

Reported by FoxNews.com on Dec. 19th, the school experienced an outbreak of whooping cough, causing them to close their doors and start their winter break early

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In response to this incident, Children’s Health Defense (CHD) posted an article titled, “Pertussis: Vaccine Failure, Not Failure to Vaccinate,” explaining how despite propaganda to the contrary, it is clearly not conscientious objectors to vaccination driving outbreaks like these (i.e. so-called “anti-vaxxers”), but a failing pertussis vaccine. 

In fact, according to CHD’s article the vaccine itself may be driving increased risk for whooping cough:

“Studies show that by five years after completion of the DTaP series, children were up to 15 times more likely to acquire pertussis compared to the first year after the series.”

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via Vaccine FAIL: “Whopping Cough Outbreak Closes Texas School Despite 100% Vaccination Rate: Officials” — Madison Area Lyme Support Group

5 thoughts on “Vaccine FAIL: “Whopping Cough Outbreak Closes Texas School Despite 100% Vaccination Rate: Officials”

  1. Thanks for your vigilant attention to this GoverCorp propaganda campaign to bully and con the public into questionable and possibly dangerous practices. As this contest progresses, I see government and pharmaceutical companies losing credibility in countries around the world. It can’t happen soon enough for me.

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