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Fox News now demanding the criminalization and ARREST of “anti-vaxxers” … we warned you this was coming
http://www.naturalnews.com/2019-01-31-fox-news-now-demanding-the-criminalization-and-arrest-of-anti-vaxxers.html





'A quick reminder to our many faithful readers: Don’t believe everything you hear over at Fox News, despite the network’s seeming support for conservative, a.k.a. liberty-centric, ideals – because things are not always as they seem.

Just a few days ago, Fox News Medical Correspondent, Dr. Marc Siegel, declared war on health freedom by stating that he believes doctors who issue vaccine exemptions should be prosecuted. Responding to the recent measles “outbreak” in Washington State, Dr. Siegel went on a tirade against parents who choose not to vaccinate their children with the MMR vaccine for measles, mumps, and rubella, expressing anger over the fact that some Americans are exercising their freedom not to vaccinate.

“This is a disgrace,” Dr. Siegel shouted during the segment. “And I am hoping that the doctors that are responsible for this get prosecuted.”

When asked to explain what he believes is the problem, Dr. Siegel went on to state that “there are a few doctors in California that are not even pediatricians, (who) are writing exemption letters for a ton of kids in certain schools.”

“Some schools have up to 20 percent of their kids don’t have the measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine because they got a crazy exemption letter that’s fraudulent,” Dr. Siegel added, barely taking a breath amid his rant.'



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Even if vaccines were 100% effective and toxin free, people should always have the right to choose what to put in their body or not. These people are out of their mind. You can't put this into your body, but you HAVE to put that into your body. It's just more evidence they believe you're the property of the state, not God or your own free self. Aligning with Fox News and those types will always be selling out.



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Mush versus 'anti-vaxx brigade' - BAN users spreading Fake News
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New-mother app Mush is cracking down on the 'anti-vaxx brigade' and will BAN users who spread the fake news that jabs are dangerous
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-6683357/App-new-mothers-Mush-cracking-anti-vax-brigade.html





'The app Mush has vowed to crack down on the 'anti-vaxx brigade'.

Mush matches 'like-minded mums with kids the same age' who live close-by, allowing them to become 'part of their local community'.

Although it sounds like a harmless way of making new friends, the social forum has removed 40 posts in the past two weeks for spreading the fake news that jabs are dangerous.

Concerned these posts will put mothers off vaccinating their children, Mush has announced it will permanently ban users who spread the anti-vaxx message.

Vaccination fears soared following a study by disgraced gastroenterologist Andrew Wakefield that the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) jab can lead to autism in 1995.

His controversial views have since been widely discredited and Wakefield has been struck off - but vaccination rates plummeted in the wake of the study.

The brains behind Mush first became concerned when they noticed nervous mothers were posting on the app, looking for reassurance as their little ones started having jabs. But rather than users pointing out how life-saving vaccinations are, parents were 'bombarded with questionable links and judgment from a growing tribe of mums who’ve opted not to vaccinate their kids'.

Mush acknowledges vaccines can be distressing for both a mother and her newborn, with red-faced, confused babies crying out in pain when they get prodded with needles.

'But we also know [this] pales into in significance compared with the alternative – living in a country where children routinely catch serious diseases,' a spokesperson from the app said.

'Diseases like measles, mumps, tuberculosis, polio; diseases we’ve thankfully mainly only witnessed in period dramas due to the fantastic scientific advances of the last century.'

The site blames 'online scaremongering' for the falling rates of vaccinations around the UK, particularly for measles, despite there being 'no scientific evidence to back up any of their fears'.'



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