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CDC Begs For More Money to Fight Zika (Which Doesn't Do Anything)

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More pandering to get money from us to fight a thing that doesn't do anything.

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/12/us/politics/congress-is-told-us-needs-more-money-to-fight-zika.html

"But Dr. Fauci and Dr. Anne Schuchat, the deputy director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, argued on Monday that such a stopgap measure was not enough. If Congress does not provide the needed funds, Dr. Fauci said, public health authorities will probably have to divert money from malaria and tuberculosis prevention programs, as well as from flu vaccine programs."

...which seems like a good thing. But doesn't combating the Zika mean they'll spray chems all over to kill mosquitoes? Doesn't that mean we'll just be sucking up more pesticides? Yum!

I suppose that's the end result they're hoping for.

P.S., the Zika don't cause birth defects. That would be the fault of vaccines.

"Note that Zika is not a new virus; it has been around for decades. No explanation has been given as to why suddenly it could be causing all these cases of microcephaly. No one is seriously asking the question, “What has changed?”

There is no theorizing about the possibility that the cases of microcephaly could be linked to the mandating of the Tdap vaccine for all pregnant women in Brazil about 10 months earlier. The government has “assumed” the cause is a virus."

https://brazilianshrunkenheadbabies.wordpress.com/about/

Derp.

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