Never mind the evidence that vaccines aren't as effective as their makers have promised.
Shutter to think, according to the Office of Medical and Scientific Justice, "the theory of 'herd immunity' is failing or was flawed to begin with" while a 2014 Council on Foreign Relations report found:
"the most highly vaccinated populations are also those with the greatest number of outbreaks for those same infectious diseases. This was especially the case for measles, mumps, rubella, polio and pertussis outbreaks," with the U.S. Canada and rest of the Western world leading the list.
Never mind all that.
For many, the measles outbreak at Disneyland is the proof that this matter should no longer be a choice.
Already, an unvaccinated Pasadena woman has been forcibly quarantined after her sister contracted measles.
But it is going further.
USA Today columnist Alex Berezow boldly proclaimed:
Parents who do not vaccinate their children should go to jail.
Anti-vaxxers often claim the right not to put "poison" in their children's bodies. That is ludicrous. A mountain of data has demonstrated that vaccines are safe and effective. Insisting otherwise is akin to believing that the moon landing was faked.
Tell that to the parents of Keira Driscoll, a five year who died from very strain of the flu that she was vaccinated against just three days after receiving an immunization.
Or the 15,000 families that have had little other recourse than to file claims in the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program after serious injury or death to their childsince the program was created in 1988.
The benefits of vaccination have been systematically oversold for one obvious reason -- to drive sales with public health mandates and a huge booster of fear -- for the profit of Big Pharma.
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