New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez has reportedly sent a letter to Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook whining about how the measles outbreak that reportedly occurred in New Jersey last winter was, in Menendez’s opinion, “fueled, in part, by misinformation about vaccine safety spread via Facebook ads.”
Besides being a politician, Menendez is apparently also an experienced immunologist, seeing as how he’s 100 percent certain that Zuckerberg is at least partially to blame for, at least back then, allowing freedom of health speech to exist on the Facebook platform.
Facebook has since cracked down on vaccine-related speech, which makes Menendez’s recent letter even more laughable. Exactly who is this know-nothing political figure going to blame when New Jersey experiences its next inevitable measles outbreak?
Anyway, none of the roughly 30 people who contracted measles in New Jersey last winter died, nor did any of them experience any noteworthy complications. As is typically the case with measles, all of them recovered within just a few days – and assuming they weren’t previously vaccinated with MMR, they all now have permanent immunity against measles.
But Menendez is still lamenting over this ridiculously minor measles outbreak, and has convinced himself that Silicon Valley caused it by not forcing all social media users to parrot the government claim that all vaccines, including the controversial MMR vaccine, are always safe and effective.
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How much is Bob Menendez being paid by Big Pharma to violate his oath of office by pushing for the First Amendment to be abolished?
Like all other Americans, New Jersey residents are constantly under assault by genetically modified organisms (GMOs), Roundup (glyphosate) in children’s cereals, deadly pharmaceutical drugs, artificially fluoridated drinking water, and countless other “legal” substances and “public health” interventions that are killing people left and right. And yet, Menendez is losing sleep over freedom of speech online, because in his mind it’s somehow responsible for causing measles infections.
It’s important to keep in mind that measles really isn’t that big of a deal. Before Big Pharma maintained a stranglehold over politics, education, and media, measles was openly joked about on television shows like The Brady Bunch and The Flintstones because, in all truth, measles isn’t much different than chicken pox.
But in 2019, the public is being brainwashed by imbeciles like Menendez into believing that measles is akin to AIDS or cancer, and that everyone must be forcibly vaccinated in order to stop this “plague” from killing untold millions of children.
This is why platforms like Brighteon.com and the upcoming Webseed.com search engine are so vitally important: Because Facebook and the rest of the corrupt tech cabal is capitulating to the mindless demands of people like Bob Menendez who don’t have the slightest clue about real public health threats, and who instead fall for every Big Pharma hoax that comes along, including the lie that freedom of health speech must be abolished “for the children.”
“By not following evidence-based practices, [public health authorities have] spread the measles, hurt families, scarred children and created the illusion that those who question vaccines are disease ridden,” warns Children’s Health Defense, noting that measles vaccines cause more measles than anything else in today’s society.
“It is time to expand the conversation regarding vaccines beyond the initiatives that seek to vaccinate every person without consideration for individual needs and beliefs. We need to work toward a framework that listens to the concerns of families as we work to preserve and improve the health of our children.”
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