Bre Payton, a young American journalist of conservative tendency that he publicly showed his vaccine rejection He died suddenly on December 28 due to H1N1 influenza, complicated by a picture of meningitis.
His death caused a great disorder in the country, since Bre was considered a "Rising star" in the media landscape for their political views, often voiced, in Fox News, Fox Business Channel and One America News Network. She was also the editor of The Federalist digital press.
Bre Payton, on the left, along with other colleagues before a television (Instagram)
Reactions to Payton's death, only 26, were numerous through social networks. Meghan McCain, Sen. John McCain's daughter, called Payton "a wonderful, bold, lively and intelligent woman."
Payton had it a profound Christian faith. In 2011, when he was 18 years old, he wrote on his Twitter account that the vaccines were "the devil" when they commented on a state initiative that urged people to vaccinate for a convulsive cough.
Bre Payton, in front of the White House (Instagram)
Rapid networking, comments on the journalist's anti-vaccination position, and questions about whether or not he has received influenza vaccination have not been reported. The influenza A (H1N1) influenza vaccine is considered by scientific studies as the best way to protect you of this type of flu. However, at least in Argentina, vaccination is only mandatory in risk groups.
In recent appearances at Fox News, Payton condemned what he called the media coverage of "false news" against President Donald Trump and the "sexist and intolerant encounter" of first lady Melania Trump.
Source: La Vanguardia