12/29/2019 / By Ethan Huff
Students attending St. Theresa Catholic School in Houston, Texas, were given an extended Christmas break thanks to an unexpected whooping cough outbreak that reportedly shut the school down early. And wouldn’t you know it, but St. Theresa has a 100 percent vaccination rate – meaning this whooping cough outbreak occurred among fully vaccinated students.
An official statement released by Father Phil Lloyd, the school’s pastor, and Melissa Ilski, the school’s principal, explains that “[a]ll St. Theresa students are 100% vaccinated,” and that “[d]octors are unsure why vaccinated children may still get the disease.”
“With this infection rapidly spreading throughout our staff and children, we have made the decision to close the school and daycare early for Christmas Break,” the announcement goes on to state.
While neither the Houston City Health Department nor the Catholic Schools Office required this early closure, Lloyd and Ilski decided to “err on the side of health and safety” by keeping all students at home to prevent more child hospitalizations.
“In the event of a hurricane, we would undoubtedly close the school to ensure the safety of all,” they further added in their communique, comparing the rapid spread of whooping cough on campus to a major natural disaster.
The obvious interesting part about this latest development is that all St. Theresa students had previously been vaccinated for whooping cough, presumably with the standard DTaP combination vaccine for diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis – pertussis being another name for whooping cough.
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In response to this inconvenient news for the pro-vaccine lobby, Children’s Health Defense (CHD) published an article highlighting a litany of science showing that the DTaP vaccine for whooping cough performs less than stellar, and may actually increase the risk and spread of whooping cough in children who receive it.
This would explain why a fully vaccinated school, in total government compliance, is experiencing a major whooping cough outbreak that apparently has school officials and local health authorities scratching their heads in confusion.
Believe it or not, the research presented by CHD shows that children who are vaccinated with DTaP are 15 times more likely to contract whooping cough in the half-decade following this series of jabs. Further, these vaccinated children are more likely than unvaccinated children to be carriers of whooping cough, contributing to its spread.
You’re unlikely to hear about any of this from the mainstream media, although we have to credit Fox News for daring to publish an article about this outbreak that clearly states it occurred “not because of the abuse of religious and medical exemptions, and so-called ‘anti-vaxxer’ parents.”
“According to the Fox News report, the school vaccine uptake rate was at 100%,” writes Madeline Farber.
We’re pleased to see that the normal pro-vax Fox News has admitted, at least in this case, that vaccination didn’t work as promised, and children are now being harmed as a result.
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