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A Woman Died From Measles and I’m (Still) Not Getting Vaccinated

You’ve all heard it by now, a young woman died from pneumonia after an autopsy revealed that she had the measles virus. I just love it when the media (backed of course by their big pharma advertisers) use manipulation techniques to push their agendas, as if we’re sheep wandering aimlessly about without our brains. Do they really think we’re that stupid? Did they think we would forget that just a few weeks ago, the American Medical Association (which is also heavily funded by big pharma) said they were going to push to eliminate non-medical vaccine exemptions by applying pressure to legislators (who are also funded by big pharma)?

They know this is exactly what’s needed to push the type of unconstitutional cow poop that was passed last week in California, in other states, and we have a federal bill eliminating non-medical exemptions on the horizon. There’s nothing to get the people rallied behind vaccine mandates like a scary measles story and they desperately needed one. Fear trumps constitutional liberties… or is it money? It’s all starting to blur together.

However, there were some huge inconsistencies in this story that are worth pointing out. If you have the ability to read between the lines like I do, you probably already caught them, but just in case you need to clue some peeps in, we should get on the same page.

This Woman Didn’t Die From Measles

Although the death of anyone is tragic, this woman did not die from measles. She died from pneumonia, which may or may not have been caused by numerous viruses, her immunocompromised condition, or the medications she was taking. Just because pneumonia is a very rare side effect of measles, doesn’t mean hers was caused by the measles virus. On the contrary, to prove a vaccine adverse reaction, it has to be causally connected to the vaccine. What’s that famous phrase vaccine injury deniers are always throwing around? Oh yeah, “correlation doesn’t equal causation.”

We should give the same courtesy to measles adverse reactions. Rule out all of the possible causes. Prove to me and the rest of the American public that without a shadow of a doubt, her measles was caused by an unvaccinated person, which led to pneumonia, and resulted in death. Prove to me that the measles wasn’t contracted from a vaccinated person shedding the virus, a person whose vaccine failed, an adult whose junk vaccine immunity had worn off, her immunocompromised condition, her numerous other health conditions, other pathogens, or her medications. Prove to me that her measles wasn’t a direct result of the failed MMR vaccine she had as a kid.

Go ahead. I’ll wait…

Death by Immunosuppressive Medications

What’s more likely, is that this woman died from her immunosuppressive medications. Despite what you may have heard, measles is not and never was a leading cause of death in this country, but our healthcare system is.

One of the key elements of this story is that the woman didn’t have a rash or typical symptoms of measles. Why is that? You see, the measles virus doesn’t actually cause the rash, the rash is physical evidence of cellular immunity destroying virus-containing cells. It’s a byproduct of T-cells neutralizing the measles virus. The fact that she didn’t have a rash shows that her immune system was compromised and that’s not because she had measles. It’s because she was on drugs that suppressed her immune system making her susceptible to all sorts of infections, any of which could have contributed to or caused her pneumonia.

If She Died From Measles, it Was Because Her MMR Vaccine Failed

I’m sure you’ve read the propaganda in these articles that talk about how immunocompromised people can’t be vaccinated (which isn’t entirely true), but what you won’t see emphasized, is the fact that this woman was actually vaccinated as a child.

According to the Washington State Health Dept., this woman’s mother recalls vaccinating her as a child, but because she couldn’t produce the record (whose mama holds on to their vaccination records for a few decades), she was given an “unknown” status. Immunocompromised or not, why didn’t the MMR vaccine she had as a child protect her? It’s simple. The MMR vaccine is junk and does not provide lifetime immunity. It wears off subjecting people to measles as adults when the effects of what is normally a mild childhood disease are more severe.

If you look at the MMWR statistics put out by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), you’ll see that measles is occurring most commonly in infants and adults over the age of 20, two age groups that rarely got measles prior to the vaccine and ages at which measles is most severe. You can thank mass vaccination for that. You can also thank mass vaccination for putting people like this woman at risk. If she would have had measles naturally as a child instead of getting vaccinated, she wouldn’t have gotten the virus as an adult.

Who Really Put This Woman at Risk

Speaking of who put this woman at risk, was it really an unvaccinated individual from Disneyland who exposed this young woman to measles? No. Connecting her measles exposure to an unvaccinated person from the Disneyland outbreak is like connecting the recent flooding in the midwest to an influx of migrating unicorns. It’s ridiculous at best.

According to an update in Forbes, the CDC has confirmed that this woman’s genotype didn’t even match the measles genotype of the Disyland outbreak. So, it’s quite possible that she was exposed to measles from a recently vaccinated individual. Think about it, exactly how many people quarantine their children for six weeks post-MMR vaccine? Nobody. Yet this vaccine is a live viral vaccine that can shed and infect other people, which is why recently vaccinated individuals are supposed to avoid contact with immunocompromised people like this woman.

Measles Isn’t a Deadly Disease

Measles is not (and never was) a deadly disease in developed countries. It’s “an illness characterized by a rash, cough, and fever over 101 degrees.” As these articles all admit, this was the first “so-called” measles death in 12 years and it wasn’t even a CDC confirmed death. You have a higher chance of spotting an alien or dying from an impromptu stabbing by your underwire bra, than dying from measles in a developed country like the United States. 

The MMR Vaccine Still Isn’t Safe

I submit to you, exhibit A. Here is just a brief list of the possible adverse reactions that accompany an MMR vaccine.

Panniculitis, atypical measles, fever, syncope, headache, dizziness, malaise, irritability, vasculitis, pancreatitis, diarrhea, vomiting, parotitis; nausea, diabetes, thrombocytopenia, purpura, regional lymphadenopathy, leukocytosis, anaphylaxis, arthritis, arthralgia, myalgia, encephalitis,  encephalopathy, measles inclusion body encephalitis, subacute sclerosing panencephalitis, Guillain-Barré Syndrome, acute disseminated  encephalomyelitis, seizures, convulsions, polyneuritis, polyneuropathy, ocular palsies, paresthesia, aseptic meningitis, pneumonia, pneumonitis,  sore throat, cough, rhinitis, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, erythema multiforme, urticaria, measles-like rash, pruritus, nerve deafness, otitis media, retinitis, optic neuritis (i.e. blindness), papillitis, retrobulbar neuritis, conjunctivitis, epididymitis, orchitis, and death.

Notice that pneumonia, death, and measles are on the list.

Death from various, and in some cases unknown, causes has been reportedrarely following vaccination with measles, mumps, and rubella vaccines […]. – MMR vaccine package insert.

Children die and become immunocompromised and disabled each year from vaccines. Where’s the uproar? Where’s the outrage? Where are the news stories? Billions have been awarded by our government for proven vaccine injuries but we never see this covered in the news. Why is that? Because it’s easier to manipulate people if we only give them one-sided information.

Why I’m Still Not Getting a Measles Vaccine

Just because a person may or may not have gotten measles from someone, who may or may not have been vaccinated, who then got pneumonia that was not causally connected to the measles virus, but could have been caused by any number of things, doesn’t suddenly make the MMR vaccine safe or effective. That’s called “magic.”

The science is clear. The MMR vaccine has not been proven to be safe or effective, does not provide lifetime immunity (evidenced by the fact that this vaccinated woman got measles), and is not without risk. It puts our most vulnerable populations at risk – adults whose junk immunity (if any) has worn off, the immunocompromised, and babies (who no longer receive protection from their mothers because they aren’t naturally exposed to the disease). This should surprise no one as scientists predicted epidemics in these populations decades ago as a result of waning immunity.

We deserve more from the media, elected officials, our doctors, and our government. We deserve the whole story and nothin’ but the facts. This family deserved to grieve their loved one in peace but instead she’s been turned into a figurehead for vaccine propaganda. This is what happens when corrupt entities and individuals scrape the bottom of the barrel in a desperate attempt to remove our constitutional rights.

It’s a good thing we’re all “immune” to it. 


Note: This article was reprinted with the author’s permission. It was originally published at Living Whole.

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