When Jim Keeter’s son, Beau Keeter, a 19 year old student athlete Dakota Wesleyan University, died, he was left with more questions than answers. He’d done everything his Government and University had asked of him by having his son vaccinated with the a meningitis vaccine. He’d been the model citizen, he’d followed protocol. So why then was he left to mourn his deceased son after he contracted meningitis shortly after receiving the vaccine?
Keeter has reached out the CDC and other health agencies looking for answers, but he now seems to have more questions than before. He’s now taking the time to spread information to parents across the nation that the meningitis vaccine might not be exactly what it is made out to be. He’s raising awareness. And he’s rattling cages.
“It feels bad,” Keeter said. “It feels like we sent our son to school and didn’t vaccinate him.”
“How did my kid die after he was vaccinated?” Keeter said. “That’s what I want to know.” (read this father’s full story here)
The CDC admits that 10-15% of deaths are individuals who have received the vaccine, but is it actually more than they are willing to disclose? Far be it from me to suggest the CDC would skew numbers favorably in their direction. If the vaccine has such a high failure rate, why is it being pushed and mandated all over the nation with impunity? Because it’s a revenue machine, that’s why. Even with excessively high failure rates which show the ineffectiveness of the meningitis vaccine, we are still able to force it on people. What does that say about our “great nation?”
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