Flu Can “Kill in a Flash”

Friday, November 2, 2012
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This story presents some insane fear mongering, as is the norm from the mainstream media. The message is that Austin, a “healthy” 17-year-old, died from the flu because he didn’t get a flu shot. The full story is not revealed, of course, but near the very end of the story it is noted that the teen had methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). Austin’s mother, Regina Booth, is now a propagandist for government flu shots:

Booth has joined Families Fighting Flu and helps distribute posters that feature Austin’s picture and encourage people to be vaccinated.

p.s. – I just had a brother lose his leg to a MRSA infection this year. MRSA can be deadly, especially when it is a complication of influenza. Here’s a MRSA death in Maryland, and the woman had her flu vaccination. Thanks to James Nellis for the link.

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