Same president who lied about everything else now urges parents to vaccinate their children despite documented risks

Saturday, February 28, 2015
By Paul Martin

by: Jonathan Benson
Saturday, February 28, 2015

The king of lies is at it again, joining the chorus of corporate media puppets in urging the American public to rush out and get vaccinated because “there aren’t reasons to not.” Barack Obama, speaking to NBC News during a recent interview, told viewers that “facts and science and the information” are conclusive — vaccines have cured diseases and stuff, and you and your children should set all your concerns aside and just get them.

Making the rounds in the media right now is the mythical tale that measles was completely eradicated in 2000 thanks to the MMR vaccine — the same one that causes autism and doesn’t actually work — but that’s suddenly returned because some parents don’t vaccinate their children. Even though measles has repeatedly been shown to spread among the vaccinated, all the pseudo-journalist “presstitutes” are one after another promulgating the lie that the unvaccinated are to blame for the current Disneyland outbreak.

And humming right along to the beat is Obama, who, grasping at every opportunity to make a national appearance, has decided to offer his own scientific expertise on vaccines. Obviously well versed in all that’s ever been published concerning vaccine science, Obama declared that “the science is pretty indisputable.”

“You should get your kids vaccinated — it’s good for them,” stated Obama emphatically. “We should be able to get back to the point where measles effectively is not existing in this country.”

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