CDC begins hyping flu season early to push more useless vaccines
by: Ethan A. Huff
Sunday, December 09, 2012
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is off to an early start this year creating panic and hysteria about the upcoming flu season, which the pharma-backed agency claims is arriving much earlier than normal. According to a recent Associated Press (AP) announcement, suspected flu cases are already starting to emerge, primarily in southeastern states, and the CDC is urging everyone to get their flu shots now to avoid contracting the disease.
We have heard it all before. A few people are starting to get sick in a handful of states, so get your flu shot right away to avoid becoming one of the 24,000 Americans who will allegedly die this year as a result of the flu. Or is it 36,000 Americans? This number changes so often and so drastically, depending on who you ask and what their agenda entails, that it is hard to say for sure. But forget about the details — just go get your flu shot to avoid dying.