The CDC Calls It Something Else – But, we’ll go with the Truth…
Opinion by Deplorable Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen
Anti-Vaxxers – your gut feelings were right. Autism is NOT the worst thing that vaccines have done. The Pro-Vaxxers have significantly damaged a whole generation, and like the Nazis in World War II, they kept detailed, but secret, records of it.
The map at the top of this page [at the link] shows that there are NINE contractors, in EIGHT States, that work with the completely corrupt US Center for Disease Control (CDC) to carry out what is OFFICIALLY known as the Vaccine Safety Datalink (VSD) study.
But once we begin to examine what is REALLY going on, something else became VERY obvious…
The VSD Has NOTHING to do with vaccine safety…
It has EVERYTHING to do with secretly monitoring the effects of MASSIVE numbers of vaccines on children heading for adulthood beginning January 1st 1991 to the present.
It is NO SURPRISE that every one of the participating States showed up prior to the 2016 election in the “Blue State“ column of national US politics.
“Blue States” were picked for this project, I think, because liberals, as a group, do not question Big Government, but, in fact, embrace it. Frankly, they think what CNN tells them to think. CNN gives them their buzz-words for the day. Like good little socialist/communists they smile while they do what their masters tell them to do.
(Natural News) A new study published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics that disingenuously declares no connection between vaccines and autism is being paraded around by the mainstream media as more “proof” that vaccines are completely safe. Of course, included among these is CNN, which in typical fake news fashion completely skews the truth in order to push the pro-vaccine agenda of its controllers.
In essence, the paper, which is entitled “Vaccination patterns in children after autism spectrum disorder diagnosis and in their younger siblings,” makes the claim that parents of children who develop ASD are much less likely to continue vaccinating these children post-diagnosis because of fears that the jabs may have been responsible for triggering their children’s health conditions.
It’s not necessarily an irrational conclusion, but it’s also not what the paper actually found. As explained by Brian S. Hooker, Ph.D., a vaccine expert from the World Mercury Project, the researchers involved with the study openly admitted that they used a flawed study design that failed to look at vaccination rates prior to ASD diagnosis. In other words, it appears as though the intention was simply to arrive at the conclusion that there is still widespread fear among many parents that ASD might be caused by vaccines, and that more needs to be done to combat this “misconception,” even though the methodology used couldn’t have accurately arrived at this conclusion.