Why didn’t California’s vaccine mandate stop the measles? By Ethan Huff

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Why didn’t California’s vaccine mandate stop the measles?
05/02/2019 / By Ethan Huff

https://www.newstarget.com/2019-05-02-why-didnt-californias-vaccine-mandate-stop-the-measles.html

On June 30, 2015, then-California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law the infamous Senate Bill 277, an authoritarian legislative bill proudly sponsored and aggressively pushed by Senator Richard Pan of Sacramento that eliminated all vaccine exemptions throughout the Golden State, save for those considered to be medical in nature – meaning only licensed doctors are allowed to sign off on them.

Co-sponsored by Sen. Ben Allen of Redondo Beach, SB 277 was supposed to eliminate all measles outbreaks, or so we were told, like the one that occurred at Disneyland back in 2014, which Pan blamed on children who hadn’t been vaccinated with Merck & Co.’s MMR vaccine for measles, mumps, and rubella.

But if Pan’s claims about unvaccinated children causing measles outbreaks like this are actually true, then why is California right now experiencing what the mainstream media is describing as a “serious” measles outbreak, more than four years after SB 277 became law, that’s reportedly already led to at least two public college campuses having to quarantine their students and faculty?

According to official news reports, more than 200 students and faculty members just in the Southern California area have been confirmed to have measles, and all of them were recently ordered to stay home and avoid all contact with others – but how is this scenario even possible with Pan’s disease-preventing vaccine legislation in place?

The only reasonable and logical answer, of course, is that, even when vaccines are mandated basically at gunpoint, they don’t actually stop disease outbreaks. And in the case of measles, anyway, the MMR vaccine, which has repeatedly been shown to cause autism, doesn’t even work as claimed at preventing measles.

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Merck is right now being sued for publishing fake efficacy data about its MMR vaccine
We now know that Merck has been falsifying vaccine safety and efficacy data for a very long time, publishing fake research data about the MMR vaccine, in particular suggesting that it provides some protection against measles, mumps and rubella, without causing harmful side effects.

In truth, however, the MMR vaccine doesn’t actually work, and isn’t at all safe, despite what fake news outlets, including Fox News, are now claiming in an attempt to scare the public into rushing out and getting jabbed with MMR.

Children’s Health Defense, a health freedom child advocacy group, is actually in the process of suing Merck over its falsified MMR data, which continues to harm and kill innocent children whose parents have been falsely led to believe that the MMR vaccine is both safe and effective – when it’s actually neither.

“If you’re wondering why so many people who were vaccinated against measles, mumps and rubella are now being infected with the measles, you have to remember that Merck faked its MMR vaccine efficacy data by spiking human blood samples with animal antibodies, according to two former Merck employees who say they were ordered by Merck management to carry out the massive science fraud,” warns Mike Adams, the Health Ranger.

So-called “herd immunity” is a total fraud
Another massive science fraud being foisted on the masses is the concept of “herd immunity,” which maintains that vaccines only work if everybody gets them. Not only is such an idea completely preposterous from a medical standpoint, but it’s patently false in every way. Vaccines don’t even provide real immunity, it turns out, but rather temporary, or artificial, “immunity,” at best, that wanes over time, leaving patients susceptible to not only contracting future infections, but also spreading them.

This is exactly what we saw happen during the Disneyland measles outbreak, as only 14 percent of those affected were unvaccinated, according to a JAMA Pediatrics study. The other 86 percent of those who contracted measles at Disneyland had previously been vaccinated with MMR.

It’s important to also keep in mind that those who contract diseases like measles naturally obtain permanent, lifelong immunity once the disease subsides, which is what occurred for the 14 percent of unvaccinated people at Disneyland who contracted measles. The other 86 percent, on the other hand, not only weren’t protected against measles, but are now vaccine-damaged to the point where they’ll never have permanent immunity to measles, and will likely contract it again and again.

Fake news media constantly creates mass hysteria over disease “outbreaks” in order to push more vaccines that don’t work
But because millions of Americans still believe everything they’re told by corrupt politicians and the lying fake news media outlets and industries that control them, many folks are being successfully fear-mongered into getting themselves and their children vaccinated as a way to “protect” society against measles outbreaks – which isn’t even all that big of a deal, by the way, as it’s basically like contracting chickenpox.

Millions of Americans also remain woefully unaware of the fact that many vaccines, including MMR, are loaded with harmful adjuvants like aborted human fetal tissue and deadly chemicals – and that’s because many of them simply won’t read the manufacturer-issued ingredients lists that come with vaccines, and that are republished by the CDC, for themselves.

It’s a truly sad state of affairs where everyday folks who are fully capable of doing a little homework are refusing to do so, instead choosing to believe their favorite politicians and fake news media outlets that continue to claim that legitimate safety and efficacy concerns about vaccines are just “Jenny McCarthy-inspired conspiracy theories.”

To learn more about how the fake news media and “health authorities” are deceiving the public about vaccines, be sure to check out Propaganda.news.

Sources for this article include:

NaturalNews.com

NaturalNews.com

CNN.com

NaturalNews.com

NaturalNews.com

FoxNews.com

ChildrensHealthDefense.org

NaturalNews.com

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RABIES ALERTS


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2015-05-20 08:37:21 – Biological Hazard – USA

EDIS Code: BH-20150520-48295-USA
Date&Time: 2015-05-20 08:37:21 [UTC]
Continent: North-America
Country: USA
State/Prov.: State of New Mexico,
Location: Lincoln Country,

Description:
Health officials say they’ve found a strain of rabies they’ve never seen before after a fox bit a woman in Lincoln County. The woman the fox bit is now OK. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said when it tested the fox, it found a strain it had never seen before. Health officials believe it’s linked to bats, which are well-known for transmitting the disease — not just to foxes, but raccoons, coyotes and domesticated pets. Residents should keep children and pets away from wild animals, Game and Fish officials said. They also said after seeing a potentially rabid animal, residents should contact their local Animal Control Department. Additionally, never touch a dead or sick animal and make sure pets are up-to-date on rabies shots, they said. Rabies can be fatal in humans unless treated quickly. Residents should get medical help immediately if they come in contact with a rabid animal.

The name of Hazard: Rabies (fox)
Species: Animal
Status: Confirmed
Posted:2015-05-20 08:37:21 [UTC]
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2015-05-21 03:41:03 – Biological Hazard – USA
EDIS Code: BH-20150521-48308-USA
Date&Time: 2015-05-21 03:41:03 [UTC]
Continent: North-America
Country: USA
State/Prov.: State of Massachusetts,
Location: ,
City: North Attleborough

Description:
A raccoon tested positive for rabies in North Attleboro, Animal Control Officer Karen Fontneau said Wednesday. The raccoon was killed in a fight with a loose dog in the wooded area of Wild Acres Road. “Luckily, the dogs’ owner was there,” Fontneau said. “The dog was currently up to date on rabies vaccinations, was taken right to the vets, given a booster rabies vaccine, and is currently under a 45 day quarantine period.” If the dog was not up to date, it would have been a three month total isolation in an approved boarding facility (at the owners cost), and then a three month strict confinement in the home, or be euthanized. There is the same quarantine for cats and ferrets. “If you see any new wounds on your pets, have them seen by your vet,” Fontneau said. “Keep your pets currently vaccinated at all times and follow all leash laws. Keep your cats indoors, as you have no idea what they have come in contact with while outside. Keep wildlife afraid of people, scare them off when you see them, yell, bang, throw things, squirt then with a hose. If they have a certain path through your yard, put obstacles in the way to make them change their routes. Keep them wild, and afraid of us.”

The name of Hazard: Rabies (raccoon)
Species: Animal
Status: Confirmed

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2015-05-21 03:36:59 – Biological Hazard – USA

EDIS Code: BH-20150521-48306-USA
Date&Time: 2015-05-21 03:36:59 [UTC]
Continent: North-America
Country: USA
State/Prov.: State of Florida,
City: Lake Worth
Number of infected people: 6

Description:
Six people are being treated after exposure to a rabid cat that was caught west of Lake Worth, and authorities are urging the cat’s former owners to come forward because they may have been exposed to the disease. Animal Care and Control Capt. David Walesky and Tim O’Connor, of the Palm Beach County Health Department, spoke Wednesday afternoon and said they are looking for a second possibly rabid cat in the neighborhood near Lake Worth Road just east of Florida’s Turnpike. There is no description of the missing feline. Two cats were thrown from a vehicle Friday evening near the 3000 block of Woods Walk Boulevard, just north of Lake Worth Road near the Publix shopping plaza, and good Samaritans in the neighborhood attempted to rescue the cats, but one got away. Before the cat was turned over to animal control, it bit and scratched six people, O’Connor said. Walesky said they’re advising those in the neighborhood not to feed or handle animals they do not know. At this point, they don’t know whether they’re looking for a live animal or a dead one. O’Connor said they are not looking into any criminal charges at this time for whoever discarded the cats, but they want to know who they are so they can begin rabies treatment before it’s too late. “It’s a fatal disease unless treated, and there’s a 10-day window to get the medication into their system,” O’Connor said. “We’re on day seven.” Officials at the health department say that the incubation period for rabies is anywhere from three to eight weeks, so those who don’t show any signs of being sick soon after coming in contact with a rabid animal may think they’re good to go. But once individuals start showing symptoms, it’s too late, officials say. As far as symptoms for rabid animals, it ranges, Walesky said. Raccoons and foxes tend to act friendly at first, while other animals just act manic. Once they reach the final stages, the animals become lethargic and then die, he said. “The best way (to handle a rabid animal) is not to handle it,” Walesky said, adding that the best thing to do is to call animal control so they can handle it.

The name of Hazard: Rabies (human exposures)
Species: Spread

Posted:2015-05-21 03:36:59 [UTC]
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2015-05-16 02:49:52 – Biological Hazard – USA
EDIS Code: BH-20150516-48228-USA
Date&Time: 2015-05-16 02:49:52 [UTC]
Continent: North-America
Country: USA
State/Prov.: State of North Carolina,
Location: Randolph County,

Description:
The Randolph County Health Department has stated that a cat found on Friday May 8th in the Stoneybrook subdivision has tested positive for rabies. This is in the Brookhollow Lane area of Archdale, off of Balfour Drive. Animal control officers are spreading the word in the area where the cat was found by distributing flyers to surrounding homes. Residents are urged to contact the Randolph County Health Department or 911 immediately if they see other animals in this neighborhood showing any unusual behavior. Rabies is a very dangerous disease that if not prevented, causes death in animals and people. Signs of rabies in animals include: difficult walking, slobbering, unusually friendly behavior in wild animals, unusually timid behavior in normally friendly animals and vicious behavior.

The name of Hazard: Rabies (cat)
Species: Animal
Status: Confirmed
Posted:2015-05-16 02:49:52 [UTC]
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2015-05-02 04:26:03 – Biological Hazard – USA

EDIS Code: BH-20150502-48028-USA
Date&Time: 2015-05-02 04:26:03 [UTC]
Continent: North-America
Country: USA
State/Prov.: State of North Carolina,
Location: Wake County,

Description:
Wake County officials issued a warning on Friday evening after rabies was confirmed in a raccoon. Authorities said people who live in the area closest to the intersection of Mt. Vernon Church and Leslie Drive should be cautious. The raccoon tested positive for rabies on Thursday after it was taken to the state lab in Raleigh for testing. Officials said there was no known human or animal contact with the raccoon. “We don’t want to alarm residents in who live near the Mt. Vernon Church and Leslie Drive area, but they should be aware of these cases and of the potential for exposure to themselves, family members and their pets,” said Sue Lynn Ledford, Community Health director for Wake County. “Do not approach an animal that you don’t know.” Animal Control officers expressed concern for unvaccinated pets in the Northern Wake County area, and urged pet owners to get animals their current rabies shots at a local veterinarian’s office. Anyone who sees an animal acting unusually should call animal control.

The name of Hazard: Rabies (raccoon)
Species: Animal
Status: Confirmed
Posted:2015-05-02 04:26:03 [UTC]
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2015-05-11 03:24:07 – Biological Hazard – USA
EDIS Code: BH-20150511-48159-USA
Date&Time: 2015-05-11 03:24:07 [UTC]
Continent: North-America
Country: USA
State/Prov.: State of Tennessee,
Location: Tazewell County,

Description:
The first case of rabies in Tazewell County was confirmed this week, that’s according to the Tazewell County Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff’s Office said about a month ago, a raccoon was turned over from Animal Control to the health department for testing. This weekend, the test came back positive for rabies. According to the Sheriff’s Office, Animal Control officers have also collected five other raccoons suspected of having rabies, but those test results have not yet come in. The Sheriff’s Office asks people to call local law enforcement is they suspect an animal has rabies.

The name of Hazard: Rabies (raccoon)
Species: Animal
Status: Confirmed

Posted:2015-05-11 03:24:07 [UTC]
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2015-04-28 03:13:50 – Biological Hazard – USA

EDIS Code: BH-20150428-47971-USA
Date&Time: 2015-04-28 03:13:50 [UTC]
Continent: North-America
Country: USA
State/Prov.: State of South Carolina,
Location: Aiken County,
Number of infected people: 2

Description:
Two Aiken County residents were referred to their health care providers for treatment after being “potentially exposed” to rabies by a raccoon in North Augusta, according to the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control. The incident happened April 21 when the raccoon was killed by the victims’ dogs, according to Jim Beasley, a spokesman for DHEC. The victims were potentially exposed to the raccoon’s saliva by handling the dogs, and the raccoon tested positive for rabies Wednesday. “To reduce the risk of getting rabies, we recommend that people avoid wild animals acting tame and tame animals acting wild,” said Sandra Craig, of DHEC’s Bureau of Environmental Health Services. She added that about 275 South Carolinians must undergo preventative treatment for rabies each year, with most exposures coming from bites or scratches by a rabid or suspected rabid animal. “If you think you have been exposed to the rabies virus through a bite, scratch or the saliva of a possibly infected animal, immediately wash the affected area with plenty of soap and water,” Craig said. “Then be sure to get medical attention and report the incident to DHEC.” There were 139 confirmed cases of animal rabies in South Carolina in 2014, according to DHEC numbers. There have been 45 confirmed cases statewide this year, and this is the third animal to test positive in Aiken County, where 11 animals total tested positive in 2014.

The name of Hazard: Rabies (human exposures)
Species: Spread
Status: Confirmed
Posted:2015-04-28 03:13:50 [UTC]
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