Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Millions of Americans uneasy about vaccine safety are now labeled "notorious"?

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The biased, vicious, and personal attacks against vaccine safety advocates by the mainstream media continue and seem to show no signs of abating.

Coming on the heels of a column published on May 8, 2017 by the editorial staff of the Boston Herald calling for those concerned about the safety of vaccines to be hung, and an opinion piece on March 3, 2017 in Scientific American by Peter Hotez, MD saying that steps should be taken to "snuff" out the antivaccine movement, senior health writer Maggie Fox of NBC News has now written an article describing vaccine skeptics as "notorious."

Fox's piece, "Vaccine Debate Vexes Vermont Ski Resort Town,"opens:
A planned symposium featuring notorious vaccine skeptics has set off a testy but polite debate in the Vermont ski resort town of Stowe.
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines the word notorious as: "well-known or famous especially for something bad." Examples of the word's usage include: "a notorious gangster" or "a notorious mastermind of terrorist activities.            Read More Here

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