Pro-vaccine media goes full conspiracy theory; claims “the Russians” are running anti-vaccine campaigns to try to kill off America with measles

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(Natural News) Just when you thought conspiracy theories about “the Russians” couldn’t get any more insane, the corporate-controlled media is now pushing a whole new conspiracy theory about the Russians. According to practically every corporate news outlet in the world, “Russian trolls are responsible for much of the social media activity around vaccines.” Even worse, we’re told, it’s all a villainous plot to destroy America by spreading measles.

Seriously. This is what the laughably fake news media has come to.

“Russian accounts may use vaccine arguments to ‘destabilize’ the US and Europe,” screams the UK Daily Mail, without any sense of skepticism or intelligent questioning whatsoever. These mysterious Russians — presumably the same Russians that “stole the election for Donald Trump” — are trying to get people to stop taking vaccine shots so that measles takes over and decimates America, we’re told.

“[S]ince 2009, the proportion of so-called anti-vaxxers has increased notably in several parts of the country, and measles outbreaks are suddenly reappearing worldwide,” warns the Daily Mail, right in line with the same conspiracy theory being pushed by the New York Times, the Washington Post and other controlled fake news outlets.

“Russian internet trolls meddling in the 2016 presidential election also lashed out at Americans debating the safety of vaccines,” declares the New York Times, completing the hilarious conspiracy theory now being pushed by vaccine propagandists. First, the Russians stole the election and somehow made Hillary lose. Now, they’re making people stop believing that vaccines are completely safe, we’re told. What’s next? Will the Russians try to confuse our mating habits by telling us that men can get pregnant and female vaginas should be called “front holes?” Oh wait, the American Left already did all that.


Laughably, “the Russians did it” has become the new mantra of the desperate corporate-run media that can’t imagine why intelligent, informed moms might question the irrefutable fact that vaccines still contain mercury, MSG, aborted human fetal tissue and squalene. And if you don’t absolutely love the idea of injecting your children with that toxic stew of neurologically damaging chemical, you’re obviously working for the Russians.

New study claims anti-vax facts are “weaponized communication”

The “Russia bots” hysteria traces back to this study published in the American Journal of Public Health (AJPH). It’s entitled, “Weaponized Health Communication: Twitter Bots and Russian Trolls Amplify the Vaccine Debate.” According to nearly all media reporting on this study, anyone who is opposed to vaccines for any reason at all is obviously working for the Russians.

Now we’re told the Russians are pursuing all this in order to get all Americans killed by infectious disease. “In the first half of 2018 alone, there were 40,000 cases of measles in Europe,” screams the Daily Mail, utterly failing to mention the real reason why infectious disease is on the rise: Migrants carrying infectious disease are invading Western Europe. (Watch this video called Paris is a sh#thole to see shocking visual examples.) But since it’s not politically correct to talk about the disease-carrying migrants who are invading both Europe and the United States, the media must blame someone else… so why not the Russians?

“The Russians” have become the scapegoat for every shred of fake news the deranged, pathetic Western media wants to push on the public. When an all-out media push couldn’t get Hillary Clinton elected even though she was the worst presidential candidate in at least two generations, they blamed it all on “the Russians.”

Another vaccine deep state plot to censor reasonable skepticism about vaccine safety

This media push, of course, is all about pressuring social media giants to censor vaccine skeptics by claiming they’re all “Russian bots.” Not surprisingly, it’s all just another CDC “vaccine deep state” disinfo campaign to silence moms of children who are vaccine damaged.

According to U.S. government statistics published through the VAERS system, in 2017 alone there were 38,906 Americans who were harmed, maimed or even killed by vaccines administered in the United States alone. In fact, the VAERS data records that 120 people died from vaccine immunization in 2017. The conspiracy media refuses to report any of these data, of course. You can view and download the full VAERS data set at this link:

There isn’t a single story about the “Russians” pushing vaccine disinfo that also reports the truth about children in America being maimed and killed by vaccines according to the United States government’s own published statistics.

Because when it comes to the issue of vaccines, the real trolls are the lying fake news journalists who still haven’t come to realize they’re all puppets of CDC military intelligence. Ask yourself this question: Why was the widely-publicized anti-quarantine nurse named Kaci Hickox trained as a “CDC intelligence officer” in a program modeled after the military?

Oh wait, maybe that’s a Russian conspiracy theory, too, according to the fake news media.

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