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A well-known journalist "anti-vaccine" died from influenza – April 1, 2019



Bray Payton, a young American journalist from a conservative tendency who he publicly showed his rejection of the vaccines He died suddenly on December 28 due to the H1N1 flu, complicated by a picture of meningitis.

His death caused great anxiety in the country, as Bre was considered a "Rising Star" in the media landscape for their political opinions, often expressed fiercely, in Fox News, Fox Business Channel and One America News Network. She was also editor of digital media "Federalist".

Bray Payton, left, with other colleagues before the television appearance (Instagram)

Bray Payton, left, with other colleagues before the television appearance (Instagram)

The reactions to his death at Payton, only 26, were numerous through social networks. Megan McCain, the daughter of late Sen. John McCain, called Peyton "a beautiful, brave, energetic and intelligent young woman."

There was Payton profound Christian faith. In 2011 – when he was 18 years old – he wrote on his Twitter account that vaccines are "the devil" when commenting on a state initiative that calls people to be vaccinated for a convulsive cough.

Bray Payton, in front of the White House (Instagram)

Bray Payton, in front of the White House (Instagram)

Rapidly on the networks, comments on the position of the journalist for anti-vaccination and the questions about whether or not he received flu immunization, were not reported. The flu vaccine A (H1N1) is considered by scientific studies as the best way to protect yourself of this type of influenza. However, at least in Argentina, vaccination is only mandatory in risk groups.

In recent Fox News reports, Payton condemned what he called media coverage of "false news" against President Donald Trump and "sexist and intolerant" reporting to first lady Melanie Trump.

Source: La Vanguardia


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