Since most anti-vaccine theories involve some type of conspiracy theory, it shouldn’t be surprising that Alex Jones is all over the measles outbreaks.
It’s all a hoax!
“Think about how cold blooded it is. That the bureaucrats, and the UN, and the globalists that control much of our government the last few years open our borders and told the entire third world, the poorest of the poor, filled with diseases, to pour into our nation.
And then the CDC reports from local health departments across the country that’s it’s illegal aliens called migrants that are spreading the measles, the mumps, the rubella, the pertussis, and all these record level diseases hitting Europe and the United States. Because they’re getting hit by the open borders too.
And then we’re told that those of us that haven’t taken the hundreds of mandated vaccines are to blame.
This whole thing is a false flag. This whole thing is staged. This whole thing is a hoax. “Alex Jones
Surprisingly, he isn’t actually saying that no one has measles. The measles outbreaks are real. He just thinks that “globalists are weaponizing illegal migrant flows to spread the measles outbreak throughout America.”
While Alex Jones mostly gets away with saying whatever he wants, as I sure you have guessed, it isn’t true that the Center for Disease Control has admitted “that illegal migrants are the original carriers despite the MSM demonizing anti-vaxxers as the culprits.”
“Alex Jones breaks down how the measles outbreak is directly caused by illegal immigration, with even the Center for Disease Control admitting that every major outbreak this year originated from illegal aliens.”Exclusive! The Measles Outbreak Is A Giant False Flag & A Hoax
Not only has the CDC not said that measles cases are tied to undocumented immigrants, they recently said that the outbreaks have been triggered by unvaccinated US residents who have traveled to Philippines (14 cases), Ukraine (8), Israel (5), Thailand (3), Vietnam (2), Germany (2), Algeria, France, India, Lithuania, Russia, and the United Kingdom (1 case from each country).
“Recent outbreaks have been driven by misinformation about measles and MMR vaccine, which has led to undervaccination in vulnerable communities.
Unvaccinated U.S. residents traveling internationally are at risk for acquiring measles.”Increase in Measles Cases — United States, January 1–April 26, 2019
Should we be surprised that Alex Jones is contributing to the misinformation about measles?
Of course not, that’s his nature.
What we should be surprised about is that folks are still listening to him.
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