Preface by TLB Staff Writer: Christopher Wyatt
As a writer for The Liberty Beacon and as a documentary producer working on SPOTTING THE TRUTH I am seeking four different types of interviews with students that attend Syracuse University. The university is supposedly being hit with a mumps outbreak that led to the endorsement of a 3rd MMR booster shot for all students and allowed the university to bar students using religious and medical exemptions to avoid vaccination.
The first type of interview is with students who have the mumps, I feel that it is important to show what the mumps are really like and to learn the vaccination status of those impacted by the childhood illness. Students who have recently been ill are also welcome to share their experiences.
The second type of interview I am seeking is an interview with students who were booted from campus for using their right to a religions or medical exemption. I feel that that the booting of unvaccinated students had nothing to do with public health and that these students were treated unfairly. It would be great to hear their side of the story.
The third type of interview is with students who got the 3rd MMR. What was your motivation behind it? Were you told of possible adverse reactions? Were you pressured into the vaccine? Did you have a reaction to the vaccine. These might seem like silly questions, but they are things that the public needs to know.
The fourth type of interview is with people who can show there is an actual outbreak. As it stands now the media is reporting an outbreak but very few students are mentioning being sick or knowing a person with mumps on social media. Could Syracuse University be the testbed for an exercise in a false flag epidemic / social experiment on vaccine compliance?
Those who come forward for interviews will be opening the doors for important discussions about vaccine safety and the right a person has to their own body.
Feel free to contact me:
We The People NOT They The Elite! (CW)
Mumps cases at Syracuse University jump to 34 confirmed, 73 probable since end of August
The mumps outbreak at Syracuse University has affected more than 100 students since it began at the end of August, according to the university’s health services office.
In the last two months, SU confirmed 34 members of the community contracted the disease. Another 73 have probable cases.
In addition to the 107 SU community members with confirmed or probable mumps cases, there have been two probable cases in Onondaga County outside the campus community — one with a link to SU and one with no known connection to the university, according to the Onondaga County Health Department.
Students with confirmed or probable cases are being isolated from campus for up to five days.
All students who have contracted the mumps have been properly vaccinated. Two doses are about 88 percent effective in preventing the disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
The university began distributing a third dose of the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine to student-athletes on Oct. 24 and to the undergraduate population on Oct. 26. The university hosted an additional mumps clinic Wednesday.
A Centers for Disease Control advisory board recommended last week that people exposed to a mumps outbreak receive a third dose of the MMR vaccine.
On Oct. 17, SU’s Vice Chancellor and Provost Michele Wheatly sent an email to faculty members asking them to help students infected with the mumps by possibly extending assignment deadlines or providing make-up exams.
Mumps is highly contagious and can be transmitted when an infected person coughs, sneezes or touches objects such as doorknobs or handrails.