Should You Trust 'The Daily Beast' About Vaccines? DISINFORMATION ALERT!

'The Daily Beast, an American website claiming to provide "breaking news and sharp commentary," recently published an article titled, "Thanks, Anti-Vaxxers. You Just Brought Back Measles in NYC," providing not a shred of evidence to substantiate its vociferous claims.

In fact, The Daily Beast does not even reveal who wrote the article, publishing the diatribe under a pseudonym ('Russell Saunders'), presumably a New England pediatrician, effectively cloaking their author from accountability for his dauntless indictments.

The article opens, "Measles was considered eliminated at the turn of the millennium. Now it's back, thanks to the loons to refuse to vaccinate their children."'


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