Vaccinated Soccer Star Gets Mumps, Sidelined for Championship… Despite Being Vaccinated
The Daily Sheeple
August 10th, 2015
The sports world is ablaze right now with news that Barcelona’s star soccer player, Neymar, has to sit out of the UEFA Super Cup game and miss two weeks because he came down with a case the of the mumps.
He will be back though. Despite what MMR (measles-mumps-rubella) vaccine manufacturer Merck has people who were born in the last few decades believing via mainstream media fearporn, mumps is only very rarely fatal, and like other communicable diseases, it takes the heaviest toll on those with extremely compromised immune systems. Anyone healthy enough to play professional soccer is unlikely to fall into that category.
But the kicker (pun intended) is that Neymar was vaccinated.
So… just how exactly did he get the mumps in the first place?
The statement read: ‘The first team medical staff at FC Barcelona has announced on Sunday that Neymar will be out for two weeks after being diagnosed with parotitis (mumps), despite the fact that he had previously been vaccinated against the disease.’
But I thought vaccines were just so safe and… what’s that word those pro-vaccine enthusiasts are always using? Effective?
So effective that the outbreak of measles among vaccinated people is hardly an isolated case.
Last year, the mumps ravaged numerous professional hockey teams in the NHL as well, pulling top athletes from the rosters… and those players were all vaccinated too.
It seems that mandatory vaccine policies for the world’s top teams has not served them all that well.
Worse than a few lousy weeks of discomfort with the mumps, places like India have been catching the mysterious blowback of non-polio paralysis among tens of thousands of children who were all vaccinated… a disease caused by the vaccines.
And yet California is leading the way to a world of forced vaccinations for children thanks to liars like pediatrician sell-out Senator Dr. Richard Pan… brazenly in the face of parental consent, and against the evidence for what is safe and necessary.