Whooping Cough Vaccine doesn’t work

In 2013, in Tallahasee, Florida twenty six kids between the ages of 1 and 5 developed whooping cough. So did two staff and 11 parents. According to a CDC report, almost all had been vaccinated

The fact that younger kids developed the disease more readily was blamed on ‘waning immunity’, although there was also a view that the virus was mutating.

Following a similar outbreak in 2014 in Elk Grove, California officials expressed the view that the vaccine just doesn’t work anymore. At best it may need repeating every 3-5 years.

At this point logic goes out of the window as Authorities try to lay the blame on ‘unvaccinated’ children.

However, in Vermont in 2012, 90 per cent of the kids getting the disease were vaccinated, which raises the possibility that the problem is the other way round. What if the vaccine were giving kids the disease?

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