Mommy bloggers are paid by the CDC to promote the never-studied U.S. immunization schedule. Why are mommy bloggers who research the effectiveness and safety of vaccines attacked as just mothers, while pro-vax mothers are paid (without research)?
By Danielle, Contributing writer
You may have seen the Canary Party’s release of an astroturf campaign to pay mommy bloggers to write pro-vaccine propaganda, paid for by the CDC. The page has since been removed, but not before many parties took screenshots.
This position was posted by Megan Media, a digital media and technology company, and the posts are set to begin April 11 (today!), so brace yourselves.
When the Trolls Don’t Get the Job Done, Pay the Pro-Vax Mommies
The post is asking for “moms with children under the age of 2 who can reach that audience.” I won’t get into how a child’s immune system is not developed by the two months vaccines to even react and create antibodies to vaccinations, but why are they focusing on that age? Are more parents seeing the astronomical 115 doses by age 2? Or are they realizing that MMR is really causing autism around this age?
Surely, as more parents are seeing the damage done by vaccines in the first months and year of life, they are pushing back against the regime asking for their child’s health in return for the hopes of antibodies. If your child has all his or her vaccines per the schedule by age 2, you may or may not yet be seeing the damage; but it is there. You do not get that many heavy metals, preservatives, antibiotics, and viruses and bacteria in your system in such a short period of time without damage.
It’s also interesting that the link for more information is a government website. Your tax dollars at work, folks.
Even more interesting is the lack of any information or research. If you’re a mom of a toddler, and you believe in vaccines, you’re hired. No links to the current immunization schedule. No links to studies proving that vaccines create an immune response, one which prevents or lessens future infection. Go ahead and write whatever you want! As long as it tells of how wonderful the CDC’s immunization schedule is, you’re golden and your check is in the mail.
We have known for some time that persons are paid by the CDC and other government agencies to attack any posts online that are not in line with their mandates, I mean, beliefs.They are called trolls, because they troll the internet attacking whatever belief is their assignment.
But now, they are coming for the mommies; educated or not.
What’s apparent here, beyond the clear propaganda, is the clear hypocrisy.
I can’t tell you how many times my writing on vaccines, with numerous medical studies and peer-reviewed literature, was criticized by the layperson (who never bothered to read the study), but still felt they could state that “I knew nothing, I am just a mommy blogger.”
But, if you’re a mommy blogger paid by the CDC to promote the immunization schedule (which has never been studied), you are legit.
I would say it’s a double standard, but that isn’t even the truth. See, we have hundreds of doctors, peer-reviewed scientific studies, multiple whistleblowers, other countries whose immunization schedules are somewhat saner, and yes, a lot of mommies with a whole lot of knowledge and research under their belt.
And all we are asking for is a healthy debate. Instead, we get slander, name-calling, and bullying. Never is the science argued outside of “It’s wrong!” and never is another, peer-reviewed, independent study posted in response as a rebuttal. You believe we are wrong because your pediatrician (who gets financial kickbacks) and the CDC/Pharma (because there’s no clear line between them at this point) has told you so, is not “science.” And no, it’s not good enough for us. Not when our children’s health is on the line.
So, yes, please attack this post. Please research every link. Please be passionate about the responsibility you have for your child’s health. And yes, go ahead and comment. But, please, make it intelligent. Please argue the science. Because we are doing this for you. We have healthy or healed children because we have done the research, and we don’t vaccinate. By doing this, we hope you will also have a healthy child. Calling me “abusive,” or an “idiot,” or “dumb,” is actually only proving one of us is those things (and it isn’t me).
But what do I know? I am just a mommy blogger, unpaid by the CDC.
Have you seen pro-vax mommies out there? Did you know this was happening?