Herd Immunity is a Myth, Just Ask Crooked Hillary

The science is clear: The earth is round, the sky is blue, and . Let’s protect all our kids.  – Crooked Hillary Clinton, Twitter, February 2, 2015

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends all adults over 65 receive a pneumococcal vaccine to prevent pneumonia. Yet shortly after collapsing during an early exit from a 9/11 memorial gathering over what her campaign blamed on the illness, 68-year old Crooked Hillary Clinton was photographed hugging a young girl. Despite her proclaiming that “#vaccineswork”, the pneumonia vaccine obviously did not work for her in that instance assuming she even followed the CDC’s advice as she wanted everybody else to do. And after mocking and belittling skepticism of vaccines for which the federal government routinely lies about their safety, Crooked Hillary and her security detail did not care to protect a small child from her “pneumonia”. Assuming her campaign is even telling the truth about her diagnosis, she obviously does not practice the “herd immunity” myth used to justify vaccine policy on the basis of limiting the spread of an infectious disease. Yet the truth is the polar opposite of what she says on many issues, and her health is likely no exception.

Evidence of her ill health has been mounting throughout the course of her campaign. Bizarre facial expressions, spontaneous body spasms, coughing fits, bathroom breaks, an ambulance following her motorcade, a strange lesion on her tongue, long naps, and short speeches have all been noticed by journalists though played down in mainstream media. An article that linked to a viral video about her poor health was ripped down from Huffington Post and the journalist banned from contributing in much the same way as what happened with vaccine stories posted and then taken down over there. A well-known television doctor lost his show on CNN’s sister channel for expressing skepticism about both her health and her healthcare. And of course, vaccine shill David Gorski has hopped on the bandwagon of declaring Crooked Hillary’s health as off-limits as vaccine safety while targeting other bloggers and doctors in the process.

Welcome to the new media climate, where you can have your documentary pulled from a major film festival out of pressure from people who largely had not even seen it. You can also be permanently banned from a popular social media platform for writing a negative review of a movie you actually took the time to go and see. Nothing is surprising anymore. If there is policing of our thoughts on certain films, you can bet there would be policing of our thoughts on presidential candidates.

Indeed the below film of Crooked Hillary’s epic collapse was the target of failed suppression-attempts, but is nonetheless online for all to see. So watch the below video of her “pneumonia” collapse with amusement at all the poetic justice it has to offer, and then share it with everyone you know.

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24 Thoughts on “Herd Immunity is a Myth, Just Ask Crooked Hillary

  1. Maybe she has, you know, an non-communicable pneumonia like Legionnaires’? How much ID epi do they teach you, Jake? Because I am of the opinion that you need your money back if they taught you any or need to take lots of it if they didn’t. What an embarrassment for a doctoral student this blog post is.

    • Does she? Because what’s she doing hugging a small child if she knows she could have a communicable illness?

      • Your question leads to several possible answers, Jake. One, she knows she is not contagious (as is the case with many pneumonias once you’re treated). Two, she knows she is not contagious because the pneumonia is not a communicable one (Legionnaires’, fungal, aspiration). Three, she doesn’t know she’s contagious, in which case she shouldn’t be in public. But if she shouldn’t be in public, her physician would probably advise against her being out at all.

        The most probable one is that she is no longer contagious if she was or that she was never contagious and that’s why she was allowed to do all the events she did. Epidemiologists don’t deal in absolutes. We deal in probabilities, but you already know that. Or you should.

        Now let me ask you: Do you know for certain that she has pneumococcal pneumonia? If so, how do you know? If not, why do you make that leap of logic and state that the pneumococcal vaccine has failed to protect her?

        • Leaving it up to the American public to determine what she probably has is irresponsible for a presidential candidate who claims to be so concerned about public health while keeping details of her own health secret. 2/3rds of all Americans don’t view Crooked Hillary as honest or trustworthy. She has been suffering health problems throughout her campaign and has not been transparent about her health issues. Just in the case of the 9/11 memorial incident, her campaign has gone from saying she was “overheated” to suffering pneumonia which she kept from people for days. Then people see photos of her hugging a small child, and what are they supposed to think?

          Crooked Hillary claims to be so concerned about public health by mocking skepticism of vaccines yet doesn’t even clarify the type of pneumonia she has, if it’s vaccine-preventable, or if it’s contagious. She does not tell us any of these things after admittedly covering up her alleged diagnosis for days. So your comment doesn’t reflect positively on her, it only makes her worse.

          • So that’s a “no” for whether or not you know she has pneumococcal pneumonia and why you claim that the vaccine failed her, if she even took it to begin with. You answered it by writing that “she doesn’t tell us any of these things” yet your assertion still stands in your original article.

            I’ve grown accustomed to your six degrees of separation, but you have to admit that this is one heck of a leap (trying to tie her pneumonia to vaccines) even for you.

            “Then people see photos of her hugging a small child, and what are they supposed to think?”

            Me? I think the little girl was vaccinated and Hillary has been medically treated, so the girl’s chances of catching anything are pretty low. (That’s what reasonable people would think, anyway. I don’t know how people who see conspiracies everywhere operate, though.)

            I’d allow my own kid to go for a photo-op with the next President of the United States any day, Clinton or Trump, especially if I’d been diligent in my duty as a parent and gotten her fully vaccinated on time.

            By the way, I’m not trying to defend Clinton, Jake. She’s got a staff of well-paid people to do that for her.

            • The vaccine didn’t prevent her pneumonia, ergo it failed her.

              “so the girl’s chances of catching anything are pretty low.” – So you admit there’s a chance she could have caught something, and you’d let your kid near a person who was sick with a potentially contagious illness but not near a healthy unvaccinated person?

            • Eddie Unwind on September 15, 2016 at 1:42 am said:


              Perhaps just wait a bit longer until we know more about Hillary’s condition.

              Or rather, know less. For less is more, you know.

              • Her campaign has finally revealed that it was non-contagious, three days after she collapsed and then hugged a child and five days after her diagnosis.

                • Eddie Unwind on September 15, 2016 at 2:35 am said:

                  Well let’s look forward to when she reappears! Too absurd to contemplate some kind of posthumous take-down strategy.

                • Now that you know that her pneumonia was non-contagious, will you correct your blog post when it comes to the pneumonia vaccine? See, if she doesn’t have a contagious pneumonia, then no vaccine against pneumonia failed her. Unless you know of a vaccine against a non-communicable disease. (I have a bet with a friend that you’ll find a way to spin it that it was still the vaccines that caused her “collapse.” Make me proud, Jake.)

                  • No, note that I wasn’t specific about why the vaccine didn’t work for her.

                    • Eddie Unwind on September 15, 2016 at 3:56 am said:

                      How is it that – according to MSM sources – many of her staff were said to have contracted the strain of pneumonia if it wasn’t contagious?

                    • Good point, Legionella is often raised by the vaxxers as an example of a non-communicable, non-vaccine preventable illness that she could have but did she and her staff spend much time in a poorly maintained hot tub? Seems doubtful for a campaign whose candidate wears a $12,000 potato sack when giving a speech on income inequality. Plus the disease primary affects people over 50, smokers and people with underlying medical conditions. Do all her sick staffers fit any of those categories? Seems doubtful.

                    • “The vaccine didn’t prevent her pneumonia, ergo it failed her.”

                      Nope. Not specific at all. “The vaccine didn’t prevent her pneumonia” pretty much is you stating “why”.

                    • No, it’s stating that it didn’t.

  2. Eddie Unwind on September 14, 2016 at 3:32 pm said:


    That video of HRC collapsing was a real shake to the system, perhaps in both senses.

    The look of it alone.

    But that’s just instinct, of course.

    • It did not look like a collapse. In a collapse one crumples. She looked rigid and stuck.

      • Eddie Unwind on September 15, 2016 at 1:17 am said:


        Certainly – in any event the amount of space I allowed for one to read between the lines was intentional.

      • She does, but you could see her feet dragging across the ground if you look close enough. She literally collapsed as she was being dragged into the van.

        • Rebecca Fisher on September 15, 2016 at 2:08 pm said:

          You self-righteous prig Jake. Have you ever had pneumonia? Known what it’s like to feel your chest caving in on you, running a temperature of well over 100 degrees, and at times hallucinating? No. I didn’t think so.

          I have, I was in hospital for a fortnight, and off work for two months. I wasn’t running for president, desperately trying to stop one of the world’s most vile racists and bigots getting into power. Hey – if I had been, I’d probably have dragged myself from my sickbed too. And collapsed.

          Being honest, as a Brit, I’m not too keen on the idea of HRC as president, but by God, it’d be a hell of a lot better than the alternative.

  3. Eddie Unwind on September 15, 2016 at 5:28 am said:

    This business of ‘conspiracy theorists’ cast in the pejorative is just silly – as Chomsky noted, conspiracies are a mundane reality of political life. I think the problem is that people over-interpret them, as though their architects were so incredibly brilliant as to have forecasted every possible outcome. What more likely occurs far more often than not is that they are bungled at some point, even early on.

    This can create the impression that the conspiracy was even more elaborately conceived than it actually was. This stuff with HRC appears to have gone pear-shaped many times over, to the point where her campaigners now appear to be pretty well improvising on the spot and creating as much contradictory information as possible.

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