On Wednesday, White House's Director of Communications, Bill Cain, sent a tweet in which he criticized CNN for mentioning a measles outbreak:
Here's LOL #measlesoutbreak of #CNN #Fake #Hysteria. The whole population of Baby Boom today had #Masles as children. Return our child diseases that keep you healthy and fight cancer.
While Twitter has 462 "likes" and 154 retrieves, there are over 5400 comments below, many of which are negative:
The boy's daughter is deaf because of measles. LOL childhood diseases that occur during pregnancy cause serious birth defects. Does this LOL of preventable misery reflect WH's press position @PressSec ? , LOL childhood diseases that occur during pregnancy cause serious birth defects. Does this LOL of preventable misery mirror the position of the press service of WH @ PressSec?
I agree Darla !!! When my kids were babies, I gave them #scarletfever just to make them stronger! Survived in human resources !!!!
̵1; Emlyn Crenshaw (@emlyncrenshaw) February 13, 2019
I agree Darla !!! When my kids were babies, I gave them #scarletfever only to make them stronger! What has survived is now in human resources !!!!
Keywords "live today". Because those who are not alive today have died of measles when they were 6 years old.
– Go Go Gogol (@JenDifatta) 13 February, 2019
Keywords "live today". Since those who are not alive today have died of measles when they were 6 years old.
Here are some useful @CDCgov information.
In my time we received polio and we LOVED
– Mark Gonglöff (@markgongloff) 13 February 2019
In my time we got poliomyelitis and we loved it.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), before the development of the measles vaccine in 1963, about 2.6 million people died of the virus. Only in 2017, approximately 110,000 people died of measles worldwide.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): "Modeling estimates that in children born in 1994 – 2013, vaccination will prevent 322 million diseases, 21 million hospitalizations and 732 000 deaths during their lives , with net savings of $ 295 billion in direct costs and $ 1.38 trillion of total public spending. "
Another theory he advocates is that preservatives in vaccines may be related to autism. However, all available evidence indicates that there is no relationship between the two.
While a thiomersal, a preservative containing ethyl margarine was present in many vaccines, the Immunization Safety Review Committee noted in 2004 that "the body of epidemiological evidence favors the rejection of a causal relationship between MMR vaccine and autism," and " that the body of epidemiological evidence favors the rejection of a causal relationship between vaccines and autism containing thimerosal. "
According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Ethyl Carbamate should not be confused with methyl Knowledge, which "is the type of mercury found in some fish" and can be toxic in high doses.
A 2015 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Data from "95,727 children with older siblings" found that "receiving MMR vaccine is not associated with an increased risk of ASD [Autism Spectrum Disorder] regardless of whether older siblings are. Maybe the more important thing is that the FDA notes that "vaccines that are recommended regularly for children aged 6 years and younger in the United States are available in compositions that do not contain thiomersal."
This is not the first time Darla Shea's challenge CNN has documented numerous dubious quotes from Shine's past
In 2008, she condemned the use of a sun "I really do not believe in all this sunscreen."
In 2009, she suggested flu "Pandemia" could be a setup by a pharmaceutical company.
Also in 2009, she suggests , that women in military should not be surprised by sexual harassment, saying: "You know there was only one story with these girls, those women who worried they were subjected to sexual harassment in the army. What do you think will be happened when you went to the submarine for 12 months with 4,000 excited soldiers? I hate to say this, but that's true. "