The wife of the upper Trump White House official went to captivity on Wednesday morning before being vaccinated on Twitter Rant, wrongly pointing out that a deadly measles virus might be useful
Darla Shine, a former Fox News producer, is a wife of a former Fox News head and the contact of the current White House Deputy Head. Her beach was triggered by the CNN segment due to a measles outbreak in Washington and Oregon, which has so far suffered more than 50 unvaccinated people with this disease
"Here we go LOL #measlesoutbreak on #CNN," he wrote in the segment. "#Fake #Hysteria."
"The entire Baby Boom population today had #Measles as children," she added. "Restore our # Children's illnesses that welcome you and fight cancer".
MMR (measles-mumps-rubella) vaccine groups have been repeatedly shown to be safe and effective against measles causing painful rashes that can affect organs and cause death, especially among those whose immune system is damaged.
Nevertheless, Shine has reduced her vaccination twice as much as her vaccination, which indicates that her measles were similar to children who are receiving chickenpox and immunity for life. "I had #Measles #Mumps #ChickenPox as a child, and every child I knew did," she wrote. "Unfortunately, my kids had #MMR, so they will never have a natural life immunity.
Shine is right that protecting her measles as a child has protected her again, but it is wrong that her children who received the MMR vaccine are "sad."
Because the disease was eradicated in the early 1
or " Russian Democrats ," Shine suggested that measles virus kills cancer.
Of course, Shine's claim that measles treatment avoids cancer is completely wrong.
The study she mentioned was a clinical experiment in which six patients with myeloma were given a "concentrated, laboratory-based measles virus", according to the 2014 study. History of CNN. In summary, measles virus-induced cancer cells have split together, reflecting what the immune system should do, but not for a cancer patient. The experiment successfully sent one patient to remission, but other patients did not respond.
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Shine's comments urged to hear from prominent media representatives who noted that the wife of the upper White House official had actively spread conspiracy theories. 19659002] Shine comments are critically discussed in the discussion. Last week's anti-vaxxer Robert F. Kennedy, President John F. Kennedy's son's witness, showed that a Capitol Hill meeting had a law that required all entry-kindergartens and / or day care children to be vaccinated.
This is not the first time Darla Shine has started social disputes through her social media accounts. Shortly after the man was published in his new role as Trump, Darla was exposed to racist, sexist, transphobic or conspiracy Twitter posts.