Back in the day, when I was managing editor at the Daily Inter Lake in Kalispell, Mont., I enjoyed the end-of-year ritual of voting in the Associated Press’s poll of the Top 10 news stories.
Jon Rappoport’s Blog – Investigative Reporter
What if it’s your mother or father?
NoMoreFakeNews.com | by Jon Rappoport – December 16, 2020
CNN has the story. And it’s quite a story: “Why vaccinate our most frail? Odd vote out shows the dilemma”, December 4. 
“The vote to recommend long-term care residents be among the first to receive Covid-19 vaccinations was not unanimous.”
“Out of a panel of 14 CDC vaccine advisers, a lone doctor said no.”
“’Odd woman out, I guess,’ Dr. Helen ‘Keipp’ Talbot, of Vanderbilt University, told her colleagues. ‘I still struggle with this. This was not an easy vote’.”
“Talbot was worried about whether the vaccine would even work in such frail, vulnerable patients. Even more, she worried about how it might look if the vaccine failed in that group, or how it would affect public perception if residents died soon after getting the vaccine.”
“The Covid-19 vaccines have not been tested in the frail elderly, many of whom are residents of long-term care facilities.”
By: Sara Middleton | December 2, 2020
(NaturalHealth365) If you recently saw any mention of this COVID-19 bombshell on social media, you likely didn’t see it there for long. This viral piece of news is being rapidly censored on all major platforms and news outlets – and it’s making Johns Hopkins University senior professor Genevieve Briand somewhat of a household name.
The breaking news from Dr. Briand serves as a massive exposé about U.S. COVID deaths and seriously calls into question the re-emergence of lockdown measures and the normalization of government overreach.
The Facts: A recently published paper has found a positive association between COVID-19 deaths and influenza vaccination rates in elderly people worldwide.
Reflect On: We does vaccine hesitancy continue to grow worldwide? What’s going on? What information/factors are contributing to this hesitancy?
What Happened: A recently published study in PeerJ by Christian Wehenkel, a Professor at Universidad Juárez del Estado de Durango in Mexico, has found a positive association between COVID-19 deaths and influenza vaccination rates in elderly people worldwide.