Tuesday, February 24, 2015
"Vaccinations are a Red Herring"
Wouldn't you agree someone left the doors open?...
In his article posted at AmericanThinker.com, Brian C. Joondeph asks and answers:
"Then why are we seeing this sudden surge in measles cases? Lack of vaccinations in the U.S. doesn’t cause the disease, but instead facilitates its spread. If a disease has been eradicated, vaccination is no longer necessary. The CDC reminds us, 'Routine smallpox vaccination among the American public stopped in 1972 after the disease was eradicated in the United States.' Arguments about measles vaccinations are a red herring if measles has been truly eradicated.
Then why the surge in cases? The only explanation is that new cases are being introduced into the United States."