Claim: ‘The Russians’ are running anti-vaxx campaigns to help spread measles in U.S.

Apparently, there is no limit to just how far the corporate-sponsored media will go in an attempt to blame 'the Russians.'

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The number of ‘anti-vaxxers’ or people who do not believe in taking vaccinations has increased worldwide over the past decade simply because people have become more informed over time after it has been proven vaccines can cause a variety of negative health effects in humans including cancer and autism. Of course, that hasn’t stopped the media and other left-leaning institutions from blaming the general public’s mass awakening on ‘the Russians.’

According to a report out of the Daily Mail, a major university recently published a study which concluded ‘Russian spam bots’ and ‘social media trolls’ are to blame for popularizing the anti-vaccine movement.

The report claims, both Facebook and Twitter have allowed for an overabundance of inaccurate and fake news to be published to the innerweb which may have scared people away from getting vaccinated altogether.





Additionally, the report claims that anti-vaxx propaganda is likely responsible for fueling the current measles outbreak in which 124 cases have been confirmed in 22 U.S. states.

As you can see, the left will stop at nothing. They want you to believe ‘the Russians’ are responsible and are to blame for just about everything imaginable.

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