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Did Payton Pierson Die of Influenza?

Ten-year old Payton Elizabeth Pierson was reported to have died of influenza on Feb. 9, 2017, according to media sources. The girl, a third grade student at Trinity South Elementary School in Washington, PA, was diagnosed with influenza on the evening of Feb. 4 by doctors at Washington Hospital. Following the diagnosis, which was made through the use of a “rapid nasal test,” Payton…

Media Bias When Reporting Influenza-Related Deaths

Media Bias When Reporting Influenza-Related Deaths

When “flu season” arrives each year, it is accompanied by a surge of media reports about children who have died from influenza. Many of these stories focus on the dangers of contracting influenza, which usually leads to the journalist or media outlet to emphasize the need for everyone to get an annual flu shot regardless of whether it is effective or not. In many cases, the death…

Safety of Mercury in Vaccines: Sorry Dr. Summers, No Cigar

Safety of Mercury in Vaccines: Sorry Dr. Summers, No Cigar

On February 17, 2017, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Robert De Niro held a press conference at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. Among those joining them was Del Bigtree, producer of the movie Vaxxed. The conference was moderated by investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson, host of the Sunday TV news program Full Measure.

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