The wife of a top Trump White House official went to an unhinged anti-immunization Twitter rant on Wednesday morning, suggesting that the deadly measles virus could be useful.
Darla Shine, a former Fox News producer, the wife of Bill Shine, a former Fox News executive and current Deputy Chief of Staff of the White House for communications. His ranch was strengthened by a CNN segment in measles outbreak in Washington and Oregon, which is now seen by more than 50 people who have not been hospitalized for illness.
"Here we go LOL #measlesoutbreak at #CNN," she wrote in response to the segment. "#Fake #Hysteria."
"The whole population of Baby Boom lives today is #Measles as kids," he added bizarrely. "Recover our #ChildhoodDiseases to stay healthy and fight cancer."
MMR (measles-mumps-rubella) vaccine is repeatedly proven by scientific circles to be safe and effective against measles, which causes painful rashes that may potentially affect organs and lead to death, especially to those whose immune systems have been compromised.
However, Shine has doubled his anti-vaccine claim, indicating that his measles is similar to a kid who gets chicken pox and has a lifelong immunity. "I had #Measles #Mumps #ChickenPox as a kid and every child I know," she wrote. "Sadly my kids have #MMR so they can not have a long natural safety in my life. Come in with me!"
It's time to realize that having measles as a child protects him from getting of the disease again, but she was wrong that her children who received MMR vaccine were "sad."
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After several more tweets accusing his critics "or" Democratic Bot Bot of Russia "The Shine went up to suggest that the measles virus kills cancer.  Of course, Shine's claim that having measles eradicates cancer is completely wrong.
The research he mentioned was a clinical experiment where six myeloma patients were given a "pure, lab- engineered measles virus, "according to a story from 2014 from CNN. In key terms, measles viruses include cancer cells, then explode, differentiating what the immune system needs to do but not made for a cancer patient The experiment was successful in sending a patient to pardon, but other patients did not respond.
Ironically? The virus provided as part of a therapy as outlined in the measles vaccine.
Shine's comments invite immediate taunts to well-known media figures, which have identified that a leading wife of the White House official is actively spreading the theory of hacking against vaccination. 19659002] Shine's comments came at a critical time in the vaccine debate. Last week, anti-vaxxer Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.-nephew of President John F. Kennedy-witnessed at a Capitol Hill hearing for a bill requiring all entry of kindergartners and / or daycare kids to be vaccinated.
This is not the first time that Darla Shine started the national controversy through her social-media accounts. Shortly after her husband announced her new Trump role, a bevy of wonders, sexist, transphobic, or conspiratorial Twitter posts was unearthed.