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  • The Facts:Donald Trump was recently asked about the MMR vaccine, and he urged that everybody should get the shot and that vaccinations are necessary. This is a complete 360 turnaround to his comments about vaccines during his presidential campaign.
  • Reflect On:The corporate stranglehold that big pharma has on government and government policy his huge. This is one of many examples and why presidents make promises and then usually break them.

Over the past few months, news of measles outbreaks have once again bombarded the mainstream, urging more people to vaccinate their children without ever taking into account the facts that all parents should be made aware of.  Although 2018-2019 has been a big year for this type of hysteria, we’ve seen it throughout the past few decades. Just four years ago, for example, during the measles outbreak in California that was making headlines everywhere, a large number of those cases actually occurred among the vaccinated. Of the 194 measles virus sequences obtained in the United States in 2015, 73 were identified as vaccine sequences.

The media (Pharma-owned) generated high public anxiety. This fear mongering led to the demonization of unvaccinated children, who were perceived as the spreaders of this disease. Rebecca J. McNall, a co-author of the published report, is a CDC official in the Division of Viral Diseases who had the data proving that the measles outbreak was in part caused by the vaccinated. It is evidence of the vaccine’s failure to provide immunity. (source)

That’s one of multiple examples that we’ll get to, but first, let’s address Donald Trump. When asked recently about measles cases around the world, he told reporters that they “have to get the shots. The vaccinations are so important. This is really going around now. They have to get their shots.”

This is a complete 36o degree turnaround from the last time he addressed the vaccination issue. During his presidential campaign, Trump was very outspoken about his belief that he believed vaccines could be harming our children, and that they’re not as safe as we’ve been made to believe they are. He even called a meeting with vaccine safety advocate Robert F. Kennedy, who is very knowledgable on the subject, explaining how a vaccine safety commission was in the works.

Leading up to and during his presidential campaign Trump expressed that vaccines may be causing autism, that he is “totally in favor of vaccines” but wanted “smaller doses over a longer period of time.”

He said,

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