Measles, Super Bowl, Anti-vax Biological Warfare

73,000 people in close proximity. Perfect for the measles

When 73,000 people are in the stadium, few of them would think they are victims – most of them won’t even know they have been exposed, some of them will die.

“They will take it home, they won’t even know they are carrying death and illness, they won’t even suspect.”

“Americans have become weak,” he said, “And ignorant. They stopped studying science. They stopped learning to think, and now they will pay. They think they know something.  They confuse people who have a degree with critical thinking and they let a Hollywood B-list star guide what they do with their children.”

Biological warfare was outlawed, but it still exists, and it exists because no one thinks of what it will do. “You don’t have to drop a bomb in the stadium, you don’t have to kill all 73,000 people, just a few thousand and it will shake them to their core. Look at 9/11. They worry about scissors in their airports, but they don’t bother to vaccinate their kids.”

“The anti-vaccination crowd has managed to do what terrorists could only dream of. They have unleashed one of the most contagious viruses known to man. A virus, measles, that was all but conquered by a vaccine, has now made a surging comeback. The timing could not have been more perfect.”

“Who doesn’t go to Disneyland, one state away from Arizona?  Who would would suspect, in Disneyland, walking in with a fever and a cough – no one knew, and a couple of weeks later the measles start to spread. The next state over, Arizona, where the Superbowl and many open festivities will occur is the perfect place to propagate the virus.”

“They don’t know how the measles virus lasts for four hours after it is expelled in a room. Four days before the rash is seen, a person is highly contagious with this virus. There is no treatment for the virus, no anti-viral medication – just prevention with vaccine.  And the most vulnerable? Infants younger than 15 months – they have no immunity. ”

“They don’t realize that 97% effective still means vaccinated people will get the virus, and now they have set it up perfectly.”

“They worry about the kids coming across the border. They will make a big deal about that, not knowing that those kids have a higher vaccination rate than the kids in California or Texas. They look down on the third world, but they don’t know how a mom will travel days to have her kids vaccinated. They won’t listen to their own doctor, and for the price of a latte they could protect their own children.”

“You see the anti-vaccination people are doing our bidding, allowing a biological war. They argue on Facebook without science, or medicine. They deny science, they have a conspiracy about everything, the drug companies- even though vaccines are not a profit center.”

“They won’t listen to their health officials, who asked that people without the vaccine stay away from crowds in the next three weeks. It is the biggest event in their year.”

“Even outdoors they will get it. Think of Polynesia where measles almost wiped out an entire people. Outdoors, healthy, eating well and natural, and yet they died. The people who don’t know history will die from it. But they even listen to doctors who have been discredited, people who think nature is best – and their children will suffer”

Yes- we just made the Superbowl the largest gathering to allow measles to spread in the world. The anti-vaccination crowd have become the unwitting accomplices. Our lack of critical thinking, science, and knowledge of history will do what a terrorist could only dream of.



Dr. Terry Simpson About Dr. Terry Simpson
Dr. Terry Simpson received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Chicago where he spent several years in the Kovler Viral Oncology laboratories doing genetic engineering. He found he liked people more than petri dishes, and went to medical school. Dr. Simpson, a weight loss surgeon is an advocate of culinary medicine. The first surgeon to become certified in Culinary Medicine, he believes teaching people to improve their health through their food and in their kitchen. On the other side of the world, he has been a leading advocate of changing health care to make it more "relationship based," and his efforts awarded his team the Malcolm Baldrige award for healthcare in 2011 for the NUKA system of care in Alaska and in 2013 Dr Simpson won the National Indian Health Board Area Impact Award. A frequent contributor to media outlets discussing health related topics and advances in medicine, he is also a proud dad, husband, author, cook, and surgeon “in that order.” For media inquiries, please visit

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