New Doll Targets Children With Flu Shot Propaganda

By On December 30, 2017

It seems that everywhere that one looks, the flu shot is being manipulated upon the public:

Get a flu shot, a meal will be donated to a child in need. (Smiths/Kroger)

Get a flu shot, receive a $5 gift card. (Walmart/Target)

Get a flu shot, save 20% off your purchase. (CVS)

Despite the fact that the CDC admits that this year’s shot is less than 10% effective, mainstream media outlets are encouraging everyone to get the vaccine. News reports are drumming up their typical fear campaigns with the threat that the worst of the flu season is yet to come.

According to CNN, MSN, FoxNews, and many local affiliates, we can expect the worst of the flu season to strike the public in the month of January.

As if mainstream media outlets weren’t giving it their all to scare an uninformed public into lining up for an ineffective shot, this year they have some help. This holiday season saw the introduction of one of the most unscrupulous acts of brainwashing to date: The VTech Baby Amaze Happy Healing Doll, a brand new doll that talks about the flu shot, marketed specifically for children.

While the irony should not be lost on anyone that the doll immediately states that its stomach hurts following receipt of the shot, there is certainly a lack of truth in advertising here…

Maybe the doll’s manufacturers should demonstrate some transparency by having the doll chat about the very real possibility of flu vaccine injury: as of October 2017, there have been 141,206 reports of adverse reactions, injuries, hospitalizations, and deaths following flu vaccinations made to the federal Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS), including 1,347 related deaths, 11,620 hospitalizations, and 2,659 related disabilities.

The doll could also give a rundown of the multiple toxic ingredients that are found in a flu vaccine, including antifreeze, thimerosal, glyphosate, and formaldehyde. Better yet, perhaps the doll could offer advice and discourage people from getting a flu shot if they cannot name three ingredients in the vaccine and recognize the harm said ingredients do to the human body.

If you’ve bought this doll for your child or know someone who owns one, take a look at this Highwire with Del Bigtree video discussing the dangers of the flu shot and the tremendous risk of miscarriage:

Please be informed before shooting your loved ones up with a toxic, ineffective vaccine that has been scientifically proven to cause far more harm than good. Dr. Axe offers commonsense, natural remedies for preventing and fighting the flu that you can read more about here.

For more information on the dangers of the flu vaccine, please visit here, here, here, here, and here.

Feel free to contact Vtech Toys with questions or concerns regarding a toy targeting children with flu shot propaganda by clicking here and by calling 1-800-521-2010 (U.S) or 1-877-352-8697 (Canada).