In case you haven’t heard, 26-year-old Desiree Jennings (who was training to be an NFL cheerleader) was allegedly diagnosed with a rare neurological disorder called Dystonia. Her case is so rare that even
target=”_blank”>specialists have been heard saying they’ve never encountered it. However, because it happened to her ten days after getting a flu vaccine, the political misinformation machine is already exploiting her situation.
And here’s the proof.
I’ve used a web service called Splicd to highlight these five seconds of the original two minute piece from Inside Edition. In this clip, you will see/hear a glitch in the video. This glitch causes the narrator to say, “Doctors say what happened to Desire should [glitch] discourage people from getting a flu shot.”
Now listen to this longer clip so you can hear the glitch in context. It’s obvious that the doctors say that even though this happened to the young woman, people should not be discouraged from getting the flu shot. But considering how that clip is edited, it’s not exactly clear what they mean unless you happen to catch it.
Some people may argue that this glitch is just the nature of internet video clips, and I’d have to admit there is that possibility. But if you watch the
target=”_blank”>entire video, there is only one moment in the whole two-minute segment where there are any problems with the video. And it just happened to be the one moment when they give the only piece of information that the public could use.
So, aside from the fact that the piece was clearly a call to emotion and had presented zero evidence that the flu vaccine caused her problem, the video was obviously edited to distort the truth about the flu vaccine. What’s the problem with some obscure video having an almost unnoticeable edit? Well, besides the fact that “almost unnoticeable” edits are a staple of subliminal marketing, the video is far from obscure. The specific clip I’ve referenced in this article has had over 165,000 views since it was posted a week ago, and now there are duplicates of the video including the propagandized edit all over YouTube.
target=”_blank”>And this one with VaccinationEducation.com plastered over it. It has been viewed over a million times and there’s no telling how many times people will view it without knowing the truth.
What does this mean? It means that someone took the original Inside Edition article, chopped out the word “not”, and provided physical copies for people to upload. There are dozens (hundreds?) of people actively spreading an obvious propaganda virus that was edited by an anonymous person and injected into the veins of the internet. Please share this information with everyone. Fight the propaganda!