Saturday, July 11, 2015

American woman who died of measles was previously vaccinated against measles... total failure of vaccine covered up by quack vaccine propagandists

Monday, July 06, 2015
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger

(NaturalNews) Ever since a woman from Washington state sadly passed away last week from what was reported as "measles," the vaccine zealots have been in a frenzy, declaring that everyone needs to be vaccinated against the measles or more people might die.

But now the Daily Mail in the UK has revealed this woman was already vaccinated against the measles!

"A woman who became the first person to die of the measles in the U.S. in 12 years had been vaccinated against the disease," reports the Daily Mail.

Not only was she already vaccinated against the measles, it was other Big Pharma medications that ultimately killed her! As the Daily Mail reports, "Dr. Jeanette Stehr-Green, the Clallam County health officer, told KOMO-TV the woman had been vaccinated as a child, but because she had other health problems and was taking medications that interfered with her response to an infection 'she was not protected.'"

Woman's tragic death demonstrates the total failure of vaccines to offer the protection they claimIn other words, the woman's immune system was compromised by pharmaceuticals, and the so-called "immunization" of a measles vaccine failed to work. But the vaccine-pushing U.S. media twisted the story around, withholding from the public the fact that this woman was already vaccinated and that her immune system was compromised by FDA-approved medications.

Even though this death clearly demonstrates the total failure of measles vaccines and immune-destroying medications, the vaccine-worshipping medical establishment can't resist using this woman's death as yet another reason to call for mass vaccination of the entire population. Every death is an "opportunity" for the vaccine industry to push yet more vaccines that will also fail in other people, contributing to yet more preventable deaths from infectious disease.

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