Paul Offit Denies Supporting Cover-up of Vaccine Risks, By Doing Just That

Left: Graph based on results of the study Offit claims showed no difference in autism among hundreds of thousands of Danish children who did or did not get the measles-mump-rubella vaccination. Right: Offit’s reaction to being corrected by the editor at NIH, culminating in the editor’s removal.

Vaccine developer Paul Offit responded to a recent New York Times piece by denying he advocated covering up vaccine risks, only to cover them up in his own piece. The doctor who lied until very recently that he was still “chief” of infectious diseases despite his hospital demotion four years ago consistently lied about three different vaccine side-effects: miscarriage, autism and narcolepsy.

On the CDC’s study showing flu vaccine causes spontaneous abortion, Offit lied:

the only way that the study authors could show a possible problem was to alter their original hypothesis and substratify their data—something that epidemiologists frown upon.

The study itself says:

“The overall adjusted odds ratio (aOR) was 2.0 (95% CI, 1.1–3.6)”

The overall odds of receiving a flu vaccine while pregnant was twice as high among pregnant women who had spontaneous abortions. Offit repeated this same lie that there was no difference from his Daily Beast column. Autism Investigated demanded a retraction at the time, none was ever made.

On the link between vaccines and autism, Offit wrote:

Seventeen subsequent studies in seven countries on three different continents involving hundreds of thousands of children[9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25] who did or did not receive the MMR vaccine showed that it doesn’t cause autism.

The one study comparing autism in hundreds of thousands of MMR vaccinated and non-MMR vaccinated children revealed an association (top graph).

On the link between flu vaccination and narcolepsy, Offit lied yet again:

In 2015, a study in Science Translational Medicine[26] claimed that an adjuvanted influenza vaccine used in Europe had caused narcolepsy, a permanent disorder of wakefulness. Subsequent research showed that the adjuvanted vaccine didn’t cause narcolepsy. This was yet another study that had received widespread media attention but was wrong.

From none other than the CDC website:

This risk was initially found in Finland, and then some other European countries also detected an association. Most recently, scientists at the United Kingdom’s (UK) Health Protection Agency (HPA) have found evidence of an association between Pandemrix and narcolepsy in children in England. The findings are consistent with studies from Finland and other countries.

Offit proves he wants to cover up vaccine risks all the more by concluding about publishing them:

In the name of transparency, we do it all the time. And we do it at our peril.

What we really do at our peril is form federal committees that promote routine vaccination to the entire country and have liars like Offit sit on them.

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Vaccine-Pushing Socialist Lies About Economics Background on Fox News

The truth about Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig’s educational background for all to see, Brandeis University

“Sociology,” “English” and “Near Eastern and Judaic Studies”: sounds about right for a millennial socialist who also pushes vaccines. Brandeis has no core curriculum, so Washington Post writer Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig wasn’t even required to take any economics classes. Because Brandeis has very few general requirements, however, it’s extremely easy to declare multiple majors as she has done. It’s even easier to minor in something. An economics minor requires just five courses.

Are her majors in economics or anything close? No. Is her minor? Hell no.

Now watch her exchange with Fox News’ Laura Ingraham. She challenged Bruenig’s credentials to hock an ideology that’s failed everywhere it’s been tried.

Laura Ingraham: Did you take a lot of economics in school?

Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig: I did.

No you didn’t! If you did, you’d at least minor in economics at the easiest place in the world to minor in something even if your majors are totally different! Near Eastern and Judaic Studies were just too important for that.

Her post-graduate studies are no better. They’re exclusively in religion.

Like any good socialist, Bruenig also supports mandatory vaccination. She is quick to call attention to a few cases of measles in the states (brought here from Europe because its overrun with the migrants she wants to bring here en masse).

She is totally silent about the country worst hit by measles in the Americas. That country has also embraced socialism more than any other country in the Americas that isn’t an island.

PAHO

If Bruenig gets her way, the United States will look like Venezuela and anti-vaxxers will get blamed. No wonder she wants to bring socialism here.

Full disclosure: At the university where Bruenig lied about taking “a lot of economics,” she lied about a student autism awareness club the editor founded by crediting someone else in a student publication. Bruenig then retaliated against the editor for having it corrected by bashing the autism-vaccine scientist he invited to campus. That was the first time she publicly defended toxic vaccinations.

The editor was previously introduced to her because she claimed she was starting a related club for “differently-abled students.” That was a lie as well.

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Fake Medical Protection Society Won’t Say Vaccine Criticism is Free Speech

Dr. Robert Hendry, Medical Director of Medical Protection Society, BMJ Blogs

The UK’s Medical Protection Society sure does a hell of a job defending medical experts of vaccine injury. Just a few months ago, its medical director contributed a blog to the BMJ. That journal called the 1998 autism-vaccine paper fraudulent despite knowing that it isn’t.

But nothing says more about the Medical Protection Society than its decision to yank £500,000 from the lead author’s appeal. That is except for the following question Autism Investigated asked of MPS regarding the General Medical Council hearing.

Is this a legitimate judgement to make against doctors as GMC has made against Wakefield and Walker-Smith?

“b. You knew or ought to have known that your reporting in the Lancet paper of a temporal link between the syndrome you described and the MMR vaccination, Admitted and found proved i. had major public health implications, Admitted and found proved ii. would attract intense public and media interest, Admitted and found proved”

RESPONSE:

Dear Mr Crosby

I have been forwarded copies of your emails of 30 June, 5 July and 6 July 2018.
I am afraid due to member confidentiality I am not able to respond to the questions you raise.
Yours sincerely
Dr R A Hendry
Medical Director

“Confidentiality” is no excuse to duck saying whether or not publishing alleged vaccine injuries amounts to misconduct. The Medical Protection Society might as well “protect” doctors from accusations of heresy. Its no different, after all.
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Tdap Vaccine Study Provides More Evidence That Flu Vaccine Causes ASD

Controlling for influenza vaccination makes Tdap vaccine during pregnancy look protective from ASD, Source: Becerra-Culqui et al., Pediatrics, Table 3

Whenever they try to clear vaccines of causing autism, the vaccine people implicate them more. The latest fairy tale evidence used in favor of vaccination is yet more evidence implicating influenza vaccination in autism spectrum disorder.

Flu vaccination(circled) during pregnancy was one of the variables most strongly associated with Tdap vaccination during pregnancy, Source: Becerra-Culqui et al., Pediatrics, Figure 2

Last year, another large study by the health insurance industry showed influenza vaccination during pregnancy was associated with an increased ASD risk. This year, a study of Tdap ironically did the same by showing that not getting a flu vaccine was associated with a decreased risk for ASD among children whose pregnant mothers got the Tdap vaccine.

While the association was a decreased risk of 15%, last year’s influenza vaccine study showed a risk for ASD as high as 25% for first-trimester influenza vaccination.

Zerbo et al., JAMA Pediatrics, Table 3

The Tdap study is the second ASD-vaccine cohort study by Kaiser Permanente and the third by the insurance industry in the last three years. It is abundantly clear that as the increase in ASD continues, the insurance companies are increasingly going to have to pick up the tab. The doctors and drug companies are shielded from the litigation. The government won’t compensate for the ASD cases it caused. So the burden now falls on the health insurance industry.

And of course, the insurance industry gets pharma funding for vaccine studies. It is also a partner in the CDC’s Vaccine Safety Datalink Project. Finally, influenza vaccinations still contain the mercury-based preservative thimerosal.

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PRIMA GLI ITALIANI: SENATE VOTES TO SCRAP TOXIC VACCINATION LAW

Remo Casilli / Reuters

And even better, the law comes at the beginning of National Immunization Awareness Month in the United States! Thank you Italian Senators for ruining the American vaccine peoples’ designated month.

Now let’s look at some of the idiot reactions of the vaccine people:

The Current Year Gambit

John Oliver wants his canard back.

Medieval History, simplified:

Just because you can doesn’t mean you should.

And of course someone from everybody’s failing rag must weigh in, The New York Slimes!

Wow, just wow that you’re still in business.

Dropping Galileo, anyone see the irony here?

No more Roman Inquisition against anti-vaccinationists.

Revoking vaccine mandates is fascist?

Someone’s got it backwards.

Prima Gli Italiani!

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Lawsuit May Force Richard Pan to Unblock Autism Investigated

Autism Investigated blocked from Senator Pan’s Twitter account

Earlier this year, left-wing activists won a lawsuit against the president that forced him to unblock critics on Twitter. A similar lawsuit was just filed against California Senator Richard Pan, who stripped California of its mandatory vaccination exemptions. Pan has blocked both Autism Investigated and its editor’s personal account on Twitter. Should the lawsuit be successful, Autism Investigated may not be blocked for much longer.

Sacramento Bee has more:

Suzanne Rummel and Marlene Burkitt, who declined to comment, are the two anti-vaccine activists who filed suit. Marian Tone, their lawyer, released a statement on their behalf outlining the case they plan to make against Pan.

“These social media venues are modern day public forums, and our rights to express ourselves and to petition our government must be protected,” Tone said. “When one speaker is silenced with an invisible gag order, we all lose a little bit of our liberties. These tactics, whether by President Trump or Senator Pan, cannot be tolerated in our modern society.”

Richard Pan has tried to avoid critics both online and in person. This lawsuit, whatever its outcome, is yet another reminder that he cannot keep doing either.

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Communist China’s Vaccine Censorship Similarly Employed in the West

The biggest scandal in China is not the country’s current uproar over vaccines, but what the Chinese government is doing to suppress it. State media is playing down the problem while social media posts are being deleted by Chinese censors. “Vaccine” is among the most heavily restricted words on China social media site “Weibo,” according to the University of Hong Kong.

Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post reports:

President Xi Jinping might have described China’s latest vaccine scandal as “appalling”, but censors are still keeping a close eye on social media users who vent their spleens on the subject, while state media has accused some groups of overblowing the issue and the government has reportedly banned coverage of the vaccines from Tuesday onwards.

According to a project run by the Journalism and Media Studies Centre at the University of Hong Kong, which monitors censorship on Weibo, China’s Twitter-like service, the Chinese word for “vaccine” was one of the most restricted on Sunday and Monday.

Anybody who claims China is economically free is ignorant or lying. Its government tightly controls the most important marketplace of mankind: the marketplace of ideas.

But what is happening in Communist China is eerily similar to the actions of the vaccine industry in the West. The United Kingdom strikes off doctors who publish vaccine injuries in medical journals. A former first daughter of the United States has openly called for censoring criticism of toxic vaccination on social media. Her mom was almost elected president, but we didn’t let that happen.

Social media sites are already doing plenty to satisfy them, though. Autism Investigated has been the direct target of Facebook censorship. Google fixes its results to promote vaccines. The child-poisoning vaccine authoritarians in America want to bring China’s communist policies here. They will see a defeat of 2016 proportions.

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Paul Offit Takes Anti-Vax Advice: Stops Lying About Credentials

Credit: Columbia University Press, Go leave a review on Amazon.

It’s been nearly a year since Autism Investigated revealed that Paul Offit lied about being Chief of Infectious Diseases at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. He had already been lying for three years. He still had not scrubbed it from his website, until now. The change came right before two fakestream media sites began promoting his latest book, “Bad Advice.”

Last week, Autism Investigated first pointed out the lie to one of his supporters. He then contacted Paul Offit, who finally removed it.

Offit uploaded a new resume directly from his hospital computer dated July 25. The date came before he began aggressively pushing his book on the Washington Post and Salon.com websites. The message of Offit’s book couldn’t be clearer: don’t take advice from celebrities or activists, listen to me!

Except Offit did listen to anti-vaccine advice by no longer lying about his credentials on Paul-offit.com. Surely it wouldn’t look good to flaunt your fake credentials while using them to position yourself as an authority on vaccines and whose critics should be dismissed.

Nonetheless, Paul Offit could never change that he did exactly what his latest book urges people not to do. He took advice from an anti-vaccine activist.

Offit’s credential embellishment is not his first lie, far from. It is, however, his first lie he was forced to publicly correct by a critic he has blocked on Facebook and Twitter and expelled from his talks.

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Chelsea Clinton Wants to Get Back at Anti-Vaccinationists for 2016 Loss

Election night at Wellesley College, Crooked Hillary’s alma mater

Chelsea Clinton has just released her third tweet against Andrew Wakefield, the British doctor found guilty of publishing vaccine injuries. The former first daughter still can’t get over her anger at anti-vaccinationists costing her mother the election. Chelsea probably never will get over Crooked Hillary’s election loss or the people who helped cause it: us.

She then retweeted Seth Berkley of the Gates front group Global Alliance for Vaccines & Immunization (GAVI) calling for Facebook to “do something about” us. Berkley had previously called for anti-vaccination views to be banned from social media.

It’s easy to see how the featured quote from the Daily Beast blog set her off:

while fake news promoted by Russian operatives could have swayed some voters, anti-vaccination groups on the site have a far more serious impact.

Thank Dr. Wakefield for making a serious impact.

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British Medical Board Charged Doctors with Criticizing Toxic Vaccines

GMC charge against Dr. Andrew Wakefield and Prof. John Walker-Smith for what they published in the medical journal The Lancet

Thank goodness for the First Amendment. Unfortunately, no such freedom exists in the United Kingdom. The country’s national medical board has banned doctors from criticizing toxic vaccination. The above quoted finding against two doctors for doing just that says it all. Both doctors were ordered to be struck off.

The General Medical Council is funded by annual fees paid for by every doctor it registers. Therefore, every doctor in the UK pays for the statewide ban on criticizing vaccination. Meanwhile in the US, nearly every major medical group along with the NIH and CDC have endorsed the General Medical Council’s purge.

Fortunately, it’s still not so easy for state medical boards here to carry out what the General Medical Council did. The vaccine industry is working hard to change that, however.

Maryland’s state medical board was ordered to pay $2.5 million to autism-vaccine scientist Dr. Mark Geier after its Watergate-likened conspiracy against him. California stopped short of revoking Dr. Robert Sears’ license for saving a child from toxic vaccination, but is hellbent on keeping him on probation for his entire career. California’s actions were made possible by a state law revoking all vaccine exemptions from federally pushed vaccines.

National vaccine programs the world over take orders directly from vaccine developers: doctors of doom like MMR co-developer Stanley “Vaccine Soros” Plotkin. They also indoctrinate doctors in medical schools worldwide. Therefore, it is the vaccine industry forbidding criticism about its toxic vaccines. This authoritarian, child-poisoning industry must be put out of business.

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