The video, which has been catapulted to near "viral" status (no pun intended, as Shapiro points out), comes as the state has been grappling with the worst whooping cough outbreak in 60 years, according to the state Department of Health.
All of this has made for quite the online conversation, and inspired commenter Rjschu7 to chime in.
So you vaccinate and your kid doesn't get whooping cough (I'm assuming this for the sake of argument). But then your kid begins having other problems - problems hard to define - but unmistakable issues. They start the day you give your kid their vaccinations. The medical community poo-poos it. They tell you, YOU don't know your own kid. They tell you they don't know what's causing your kids issues, but they absolutely know that it wasn't - couldn't - wouldn't be caused by the vaccines.
No thanks. Most children recover from whooping cough. I'm not so certain about the kids who suffer damage from the vaccinations.