It was one of the most frightening whooping cough outbreaks in years — and it should be a wake-up call to every parent and grandparent in America.
Just three years ago, whooping cough tore through a Tallahassee, FL preschool, infecting one out of every four kids. Even their family members and staff came down with the disease in droves.
And the epidemic wasn’t even over before the mainstream started blaming the whole thing on parents who don’t vaccinate their kids.
But it looks like they were dead wrong.
Because a new government report is finally admitting something you never thought you’d hear come out of Uncle Sam’s mouth.
It’s not anti-vaxxers who are causing the dangerous spread of whooping cough all across the country.
It’s the vaccine itself.
A shot of truth
You don’t need to be a doctor or an infectious disease expert to know that the whooping cough vaccine is a dud.
You just need to look at the numbers.
According to the government’s own data, 95 percent of kids are getting the DTaP vaccine, which is supposed to protect them from diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (whooping cough). But there are more whooping cough cases now than there were in 1955.
In fact, over just the past few years there have been more whooping cough infections than in the 1980s and 1990s combined.
So it shouldn’t have surprised anyone that when the CDC studied the Florida outbreak, they found something that must have made the mainstream’s stomach turn.
Nearly every kid in the school — including the poor tikes who got whooping cough — had been vaccinated.
But if you’ve been reading my eAlert for a while, I’m guessing you’re not shocked. Because there are two dangerous secrets about the DTaP vaccine that I’ve been warning you about for years.
Secret #1: The vaccine wears off faster than cheap perfume. That’s why most kids are getting six boosters before they even turn 12. In fact, one researcher from Stony Brook University who studied the outbreak said the disease seems to have “overcome any waning immunity present.”
In other words, the whooping cough bacteria can actually overpower whatever weak protection the vaccine provides.
Secret #2: The DTaP vaccine can actually make you spread whooping cough! That’s due to something called “shedding,” and it’s a bigger problem with vaccines than the mainstream will ever admit.
What that means is that when you get a vaccine, you can actually spread the disease to others even if you don’t have any symptoms. In fact, research from the FDA proved years ago that the DTaP vaccine can shed — and that’s the exact reason they tell people who recently got the shot to stay away from cancer patients with weak immune systems.
“There could be millions of people out there with just a minor cough or no cough spreading this potentially fatal disease without knowing it,” said Ben Althouse, a research scientist at the Santa Fe Institute in New Mexico.
And it’s bad enough that we’re exposing young kids to this junk vaccine over and over again. But they’re also surrounded by classmates, siblings, pregnant moms, and grandparents who are all being told they need a booster shot for whooping cough.
This thing might be shedding like a dog in summer!
Now even the CDC is admitting it has “concerns about [DTaP] vaccine effectiveness” in young children. Well, try telling that to the politicians in places like California who are threatening to throw kids out of school if they don’t get the shot.
It’s just another reminder that decisions about which vaccines are right for your kids or grandkids are best left with you, and not the government.
And that’s especially true when we’re talking about risky shots that could be causing the very diseases we’re trying to prevent.
To Your Good Health,