Whooping cough outbreak occurred among student population that was 99.5 percent vaccinated
As corrupt California lawmakers push to implement Senate Bill 277, which would bar parents from opting their children out of vaccines for personal reasons, a whooping cough outbreak has reportedly occurred at a public school in the coastal town of Salinas, where 99.5 percent of students were vaccinated in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations.
Reports indicate that all four of the children so far diagnosed with whooping cough, also known as pertussis, . Meanwhile, not a single unvaccinated student came down with the disease, according to reports, suggesting once again that the pertussis vaccine doesn’t work.
Local health authorities are still recommending it, though, which isn’t all that surprising since the Golden State is right now trying to force all school-age children to be vaccinated in order to supposedly prevent these types of disease outbreaks. Any mention of the fact that the pertussis vaccine, in this case DTaP, didn’t prevent this one and the cover is blown.
FDA warned public in 2013 that pertussis vaccine didn’t work
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been aware of this since at least 2013, having published a study in The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) addressing the fact that whooping cough still spreads among the vaccinated.
“Based on an animal model, the study … suggests that [acellular pertussis vaccines] may not prevent infection from the bacteria that causes whooping cough in those vaccinated or its spread to other people,” wrote the FDA in a news release.
Did KSBW.com report on this eye-opening study? No. Did it report on a similar study published the same year in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), which found that pertussis has become resistant to the current pertussis vaccine? No.
What about the recent admission by public health officials in Los Angeles County that nearly every whooping cough outbreak that’s ever occurred within county borders almost exclusively affected already-vaccinated children? Once again, no.
Older children previously vaccinated as many as five times for pertussis still contracting disease
Instead, KSBW.com brought in a drone-like pediatrician who contended that the best way to combat pertussis is to get vaccinated, even though the vaccine admittedly doesn’t work. Never mind that even older children who’ve received as many as five vaccinations for pertussis during early childhood are still coming down with pertussis – just do what you’re told!
This isn’t a valid argument, of course, nor is it even logical. Telling people to get vaccinated for a disease that’s spreading exclusively among people who were vaccinated is the antithesis of science-based medicine. A better description is cult-like quackery.
“Today’s American attitude toward vaccination IS like a religion,” wrote one commenter at VaccineImpact.com. “Nothing whatsoever can shake the faith of vaccine believers in their religion, the principal tenet of which appears to be: get all the shots that are available! All shots are good, all questions are bad! Never read, never study: just get all the shots.”