The NYT confirms that mumps is being spready by vaccinated children, further documenting the investigation conducted by Natural News.
Podcast Transcript: “Oh man it’s hilarious… Today the New York Times – in 2017 – is reporting what we at Natural News have been reporting for the last decade. The New York Times, in a big bombshell piece published today, has declared that mumps outbreaks are being spread by vaccinated children. Yes, indeed! That’s their headline. ‘Mumps outbreaks being spread by vaccinated children.’ I mean that’s a very close paraphrase of their headline – I don’t have it in front of me at the moment – but that’s what it said. The article even goes through and quotes doctors and other experts – health experts, immunization experts, epidemiologists and so on – who say, “Yeah. It’s the vaccinated children who are spreading the disease.” This is the New York Times channeling Natural News. It is the New York Times now confirming what we’ve been reporting for 10 years. In numerous stories, we’ve reported how it’s the vaccinated children who get the mumps, who spread the mumps, and that the outbreaks occur among vaccinated children. Sometimes adults or as college students, numerous headlines over the years – we’ve documented this again and again – and wouldn’t you know it. The New York Times says the answer to all of this is that people need to get more mumps vaccines, more mumps vaccine. Yes. That if the first one fails, you should get a second one. The second one fails, you should get a third one. If third one fails… They’re gonna start pushing a fourth one pretty soon…” Listen to the full podcast below: