Swine Flu. Ebola. Now the Zika Virus. What’s next and why?

By James Corbett

You may have heard of the wave of birth defects that is ravaging Latin America as the globe gears up for another pandemic panic. But do you know how many of those cases of microcephaly have been confirmed? Or how many of those confirmed cases are said to be “related to” the Zika virus? Today Jon Rappaport of NoMoreFakeNews.com joins us to separate the truth from the hype with the Zika virus panic and discuss whether the WHO and the CDC are merely crying wolf yet again.

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  • Marlene K

    Thanks for sharing this article. I was talking to co worker when Olympic were in Brazil. Child bearing years were a big concern for many. I honestly hadn’t heard of Zika till Olympic exposure. My first introduction was the Honduras woman coming to NY to have a Zika baby delivered. I have a psychology special ed masters … I am glad to see children and the development. I am going to start a Occupational Therapist degree in Spring. I will definitely be following the statistics and study of Zika.