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Vaccines and Blue Foot Syndrome

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By Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, DO, AOBNMM, ABIHM

Environmental concept. Human footprint on a background of green grass and blue sky, isolated on white.

I grow weary of people who continually demand “proof” that vaccines cause harm and do cause autism. Every year the insistence for “More research!! More research!” goes by, four million more children are born and lined up to be injected with multiple doses of 16 different toxic vaccines. Many of these precious bundles will become chronically ill; some will become death statistics.

Webster defines proof as “something that induces certainty or establishes validity.”

How much more “proof” is needed for confirmation that vaccines can cause devastating harm? Videos of children the day before, and then the day after, vaccines have documented autistic regression; the recordings are even admissible in Court as evidence. Is that enough “proof”? Heart-wrenching stories of first-hand observation about side effects after vaccines – high-pitched screaming, vomiting, seizures and even death – have been told by tens of thousands of parents. Is that proof, or all they all liars? Who would fabricate stories like that about their precious baby?

By now, physicians should be able to easily identify vaccine injury. But instead, it is much like the story of a child who dropped a large frozen turkey on his foot…

Within hours, his foot became bright blue. His parents, concerned because the child cried inconsolably and refused to walk, quickly sought medical help.

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CDC Reports Flu Deaths As Mass Casualty Event, 80,000 Deaths

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The CDC claims that 80,000 people died from the flu, or complications of flu, last year. This number is the highest number in over four decades.

Dr. Robert Redfield, director of CDC, made the big reveal last Tuesday night while speaking to The Associated Press.

Some health experts were utterly shocked by the assessment.

“That’s huge,” said Dr. William Schaffner, a Vanderbilt University vaccine expert, per Fox32 Chicago.

The grandiose numbers, clearly intended to terrify the nation, have been released in the most convenient and opportune time. The flu shot push is now in full motion as kids are going back to school. But the fear mongering won’t just extend to children, it will also be a pervasive annoyance for everyday people in the workforce who are annually hassled over flu shots.

Most years, flu shot tallies are around the 12,000 mark. 56,000 was the most recent bad year.

But how the CDC designates “flu complications” is often called into question. If the stringency over the term was lessened, that could have easily contributed to inflated stats.

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VAXXTER: Merck Accused Of Deceiving Public With HPV Vaccine In Court Case

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The HPV vaccine continues to be one of the most controversial vaccines in history. Numerously reported side-effects stemming from the Gardasil shot have caused parents worldwide to clamor at the thought of giving it to their teenage children. New Jersey, in fact, is attempting to make the HPV vaccine mandatory, which tells you just about everything you need to know about how parents likely feel over the matter.

In 2018 already, there have been 85,329 reports of adverse reactions to the HPV vaccine, as reported by the VigiAccess database

Now, Merck is being accused of “fast-tracking” the Gardasil vaccine, according to GreenMedInfo.

Back in 2016, a California family filed a complaint with the Superior Court of the State of California against Gardasil maker, Merck. They claim that their daughter received the Gardasil shot three times over the course of a year starting in 2010. The girl, over the next few years, would be diagnosed with POTS and later on, a small fiber neuropathy that affected her entire body.

Her family became convinced that their daughter’s health issues stemmed from the Gardasil shots she took in the years prior. The family has accused Merck of deceitful marketing practices and rushing the drug to market.

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