The shamelessness of vaccine pushers knows no limits. Even when the vaccine admittedly doesn’t work — as the CDC has openly admitted — the mainstream media, drug companies and vaccine zealots keep pushing it on everyone.
All those same people and institutions are simultaneously attacking Dr. Oz, primarily because Oz refuses to promote pharmaceuticals as the answer to everybody’s health problems. Dr. Oz teaches people how to eat healthy, make informed choices and prevent degenerative disease. In response to that, the Washington Post shamelessly posts a hit-piece story on Dr. Oz entitled, “Half of Dr. Oz’s medical advice is baseless or wrong, study says.” 
The study, predictably, was published in the widely discredited pro-pharmaceutical British Medical Journal, the same journal that gets the majority of its funding from drug companies and vaccine manufacturers who have a vested interest in silencing anyone who teaches people how to prevent disease. The BMJ has a long history of vicious, intellectually dishonest smear attacks on any scientist who questions the safety of vaccines, and in 2011 it was revealed that the BMJ had secret financial ties to Merck while it was publishing hit pieces attacking Dr. Wakefield. Dr. Wakefield later demanded a retraction from the BMJ after documents emerged that proved Dr. Wakefield’s innocence.