Brian Deer and CNN Lie Dead Journalist Bre Payton Was “Anti-Vaccine”

Translation: “Anti-vaccine” journalist dead from no vaccination!

Brian Deer is the Sunday Times reporter who colluded with London’s Royal Free Hospital to steal and misrepresent medical records of children in the seminal 1998 autism-vaccine study. CNN has done more to peddle those lies in US media than any other outlet. Now they’re spreading lies about recently deceased journalist Bre Payton, formerly of The Federalist.

Payton tragically died last month at the age of 26 from complications of H1N1 influenza. Vaccine proponents including Brian Deer and CNN Chile have spread a rumor that she was anti-vaccine and died because she rejected a flu shot. The only problem is that she was pro-vaccine and had received a seasonal flu shot.

The basis for the lies was a 2011 tweet from Bre Payton sarcastically calling vaccines “the devil.” The fact that it was sarcasm would never matter to the extremely dishonest vaccine people of course, certainly not to Brian Deer. While National Review and Daily Wire have both condemned the lies Deer helped spread against Payton, the sites heavily promoted his lies against the original autism-vaccine research. It’s time they reconsider their source.

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JB Handley Writes Gaffe-Filled Book About The Autism Epidemic

 ***Correction: Verstraeten study was published in 2003, not 2013 as stated in the video.

“This is a complete waste of everyone’s time. Every person involved in the dust-up has been a champion of our kids and they all deserve our respect. This is a movement fraught with tension, stress, and confusion. Time for everyone to grab their toys, leave the playground, take a deep breath, and get back to the task at hand.” – JB Handley dismissing the revelation by Autism Investigated’s editor that false representation to congressional staff was committed by SafeMinds.

Years ago, Generation Rescue founder JB Handley accused the wife of a known vaccine shill of secretly operating a neurodiversity blog. So confident was Handley, he even promised her a website he created to expose her husband’s lies on condition that she wasn’t the blog’s operator. Six months later, JB Handley turned over PaulOffit.com to Bonnie Offit. Eight years later, Handley still hasn’t learned his lesson about the importance of knowing stuff. His book How To End The Autism Epidemic proves it. Filled with inaccuracies, it’s reflective of just how out of depth JB Handley is on an issue that’s preoccupied his life for two decades.

His book gives disproportionate importance to events that happened this year, even as the epidemic has been raging for decades. Reading it, one might get the sense that the most important events all happened in 2018. The most featured study, for example, was published nine months ago. That, however, may partially explain why Handley gets some key facts wrong. He has a personal stake in committing the gravest error, however. In his book, JB Handley pushed the damaging myth that a doctor gave two conflicting expert opinions for different children seeking vaccine injury compensation. Although Dr. Andrew Zimmerman had expressed an opinion that compensated child Hannah Poling’s autism was caused by vaccination, he was never her expert witness. His opinion was also given after the concession.

A congressional hearing was almost held in 2013 over the falsehood that was spread by Canary Party. The hearing was cancelled after the falsehood was corrected by the Hannah Poling’s mother in the comments of the Age of Autism blog that Handley’s group sponsors. Congressional council then announced the hearing’s cancellation for being “overly divisive.” That clearly meant it would pit parent against parent. Autism Investigated broke the news of the cancellation. Instead of stating the real reason for the cancellation, Handley wrongly blamed a vaccine front group.

JB Handley played a role in the failure. Prior to the 2012 hearing, a lobbyist working for Canary Party Chairman Mark Blaxill falsely represented parent-scientist Brian Hooker to congressional staff. Handley dismissed the news entirely, calling it “a complete waste of everyone’s time” in the comments of Age of Autism. He then demanded “everyone…get back to the task at hand,” indicating Hooker and Blaxill should work together.

Mark Blaxill was subsequently discovered to have turned the autism omnibus attorneys against their own expert witnesses. He brutally smeared Dr. Mark and David Geier and even disparaged Dr. Andrew Wakefield, who would never be invited to testify. This was revealed publicly for the first time in emails shared with Autism Investigated. Even after all that, Handley’s support of Blaxill never wavered. Handley has a lot to answer for in his role of pushing Mark Blaxill on the movement against toxic vaccinations, contributing to the congressional failure.

Yet JB Handley goes even further than the cancelled hearing would have gone by demanding the father Jon Poling testify and be cross-examined about his daughter’s case by politicians. Yet Handley also acknowledges that the parents were given a $20 million concession to stay quiet. Strangely, he says that he wouldn’t begrudge other parents for doing exactly what the parents of Hannah Poling had already done. So why is he channeling the vaccine people by hitting her parents up for their daughter’s confidential medical information?

Though Poling is the worst example, there are other key facts that Handley gets wrong. For example, the senior author John Walker-Smith did not stand by the interpretation of the 1998 study as Handley falsely writes. Walker-Smith cosigned the fraudulent interpretation retraction with nine other coauthors. CDC’s Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer Thomas Verstraeten also did not say his 2003 study of the mercury-based vaccine preservative thimerosal was “neutral” with respect to autism, but rather with speech delays and tic disorders. He wanted to cover his autism findings up. These are not trivial errors to make, and both doctors are subsequently let off easy. The probable reason for the errors is simply that Handley did not give either study the attention it deserved when writing his book.

Finally, JB Handley has already taken criticism from many people because his book even recommends certain vaccines albeit far less than the current schedule. Handley later changed his position in a radio interview to say that you should have a right to get some vaccines if you want them. He obviously had not thought about that issue very hard. His below defense of the vaccine program on Facebook says it all, demanding of people vastly more knowledgeable than him: “unfriend me.”

(The vaccine program needs to go away, and getting rid of it is the most effective argument at this time.)

It’s totally disingenuous of JB Handley to play the victim when he is trying to dictate the message of the movement with his ignorance. Why Handley demonstrates such poor knowledge of the issues surrounding the autism epidemic after apparently dedicating so many years to it is a mystery. He can’t think of effective policy solutions either. One explanation could be that he conflates ending the autism epidemic with ending his own son’s autism. Whatever the reason, his insistence on controlling the narrative of an issue he has so little understanding of is an unmitigated disaster.

One time Autism Investigated criticized him for saying the government studied “one vaccine and one ingredient” since it’s akin to saying the government ruled them out. He responded, “Don’t spread bullshit.”

Told that the government didn’t study them but rather lies about all vaccines, he grudgingly agreed with Autism Investigated.

“Yeah, no shit.”

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FAIL: CDC’s “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism” Page Features Clone-Counting “Meta-Analysis”

Five cohort studies involving 1,256,407 children, and five case-control studies involving 9,920 children were included in this analysis. Abstract of the clone-counting “meta-analysis”

Remember that “meta-analysis” mainstream media cites to claim vaccines were “proven” to not cause autism in over 1.2 million children when the paper actually double-counted every child born in Denmark over a six year period? The clone-counting paper is now being featured on the CDC’s website.

That bogus paper is hyperlinked directly from none other than CDC’s notorious “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism” webpage. Clicking on it will go directly to the abstract where the bogus “1,256,407” children number is tossed out.

Your tax dollars are being used to push fabricated figures in the name of vaccine safety, what else is new? Well the media has just slammed a newly elected congressman for criticizing the sacrosanct CDC’s vaccine deception. The media is citing that very webpage. The studies themselves are as bad as the meta-analysis pooled from them. The majority of children in the meta-analysis, for example, were part of a study in Denmark where the majority of autism cases started being counted as the mercury-based preservative thimerosal was removed from vaccines. All the others “dozens” of vaccine-autism link-disproving papers are as dishonest as that one. Of course the “meta-analysis” generated to repackage them would be too, as are the vaccine officials in government who promote it and the journalists who further lie about it.

CNN has just reposted a quote by Sanjay Gupta repeating the “1.2 million” myth, proving once again that it earned the title of fake news along with CDC.

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Trump Pharma Lawyer Michael Cohen Sentanced to Three Years in Prison

Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen who was secretly selling White House access to drug company Novartis was just sentenced to three years in prison. Just before the inauguration, he shared a vaccine troll’s blog post about FDA candidates with Novartis’ CEO. The blog clearly favored now-FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb, a committee member of GlaxoSmithKline for seven years until he was sworn into office.

Cohen then publicly turned on Trump after his office was raided by the FBI at the order of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, brother of CDC’s vaccine chief. Rosenstein likely hoped to find dirt on President Trump, but probably ended up helping him by disposing of his two-faced lawyer.

Then the day after the 2018 congressional election, the US Attorney General was replaced with an acting attorney general. Rosenstein was subsequently stripped of his authority to oversee 2016 election cycle-related investigations, since the former attorney general had recused himself.

Now with Cohen sentenced to such a stiff prison term, it’s apparent he provided nothing useful to the Deep State. He did apparently help GlaxoSmithKline and Novartis get their man in FDA’s top office. Big pharma might well hire him again, when he gets out of prison that is.

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Paul Offit Behind Agreement Giving Vaccine Maker Impunity to Poison

Paul Offit belongs to the Wistar Institute, which owns the rubella component of GlaxoSmithKline’s MMR vaccine. It was secretly indemnified by the UK’s National Health Service in 1998, giving GlaxoSmithKline impunity to poison. But before that could happen, Wistar allowed its rubella vaccine’s continued use by GlaxoSmithKline in its combined vaccine even after it was pulled in Canada for safety issues. The subsequent indemnity led to the UK Department of Health and GlaxoSmithKline orchestrating the theft of vaccine-injured children’s medical records with London’s Royal Free Hospital.

And yet Offit has no problem remaining an adjunct associate professor on Wistar’s faculty. He has held the position for over 25 years, previously working as assistant professor and research investigator at Wistar.

He has spent much of that time working on rotavirus vaccine development at Wistar with rubella vaccine inventor Stanley Plotkin. Offit has also praised opposition researcher Brian Deer for his misrepresentations of vaccine-injured children’s medical records, which he got through theft masterminded by the GSK-backed administrator that shut down the original autism-vaccine research. It is quite clear that Paul Offit would gladly do the same to medical records of vaccine-injured children at his own hospital if he was given the chance. He has no respect for patient confidentiality and is happy to see medical records of children he helped poison be used to protect that poison.

To this day, his institute Wistar benefits from the secret indemnity agreement between GlaxoSmithKline and the UK National Health Service. So too does Paul Offit, who believes vaccine makers should poison kids with impunity.

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GOING BUMPERS: Forty Years of Ignoring Vaccination Toxicity

Betty Bumpers, KATV

Former First Lady of Arkansas Betty Bumpers is dead at 93. She is the reason why all 50 states now have vaccine mandates, which she orchestrated along with Rosalynn Carter during her husband’s presidency. The mandatory vaccinations led to out of control vaccine injuries. Those then led to the creation of the infamous Vaccine Injury Compensation Program shielding pharmaceutical companies from liability. If Bumpers’ contributions to toxic vaccinations ended there, that would seal her awful legacy. Unfortunately, she only got started.

Bumpers and Carter both co-founded the front group Every Child By Two which shamelessly took money from vaccine manufacturers to promote vaccines. The group held a press conference in 2008 where Katie Wright was barred from attending despite being the daughter of Autism Speaks‘ cofounders. Rosalynn Carter was the first but not the last first lady Bumpers influenced.

She also influenced the vaccine views of another former first lady as well as another former first lady of Arkansas: failed 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Her daughter Chelsea Clinton is still mad at anti-vaxxers for her mother’s election defeat. From Carter to Clinton, the deceased first lady of Arkansas led the Democrat Party straight to vaccination lunacy.

She didn’t just ignore problems with vaccines in the 21st century, however. She also ignored them when she was first pushing vaccine mandates. The year of Jimmy Carter’s election was also the year of the first swine flu scare. In 1976, an untested vaccine was pushed on the American public. Scores of people were paralyzed and killed over what proved to be a fake epidemic. That didn’t discourage Betty, nor has 40 years of epidemic vaccine damage that’s happened since.

Betty Bumpers’ life is a cautionary tale of how the zealous belief in an unprecedented government overreach such as nationwide vaccine mandates can have deadly consequences. The lesson becomes all the more important as more and more children are injured, not to mention as “democratic” socialism increasingly comes into vogue.

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Jake Crosby Prevails Over Vaccination Troll-Led Twitter Suspension

“BrookeWinters33” account makes its tweets private when it realized its attempts to silence Autism Investigated failed.

10 years ago, there seemed to be some originality to neurodiversity activists’ pleas not to be considered “toxic.” After all, a huge part of their identity was that it was completely predetermined. You could watch their luminaries on national television and read about them in glossy magazines. But today, neurodiversity is dead and gone. It has been replaced with online trolls who conflate vaccine opposition with wanting people who have autism to die. Those trolls also just tried to get Autism Investigated’s editor a suspension from Twitter. They failed.

Imagine having a brain that writes that and then five months later writes this:

Needless to say, some humor at that account’s expense was in order.

The account that accused people of wishing death on others for having different opinions then demanded users report the editor.

“Brooke Winters” didn’t know what “she” was up against.

“12 hours” was then extended to “14 days.” Luckily, Autism Investigated’s official account was never suspended by Twitter despite “Brooke Winters'” efforts.

Autism Investigated’s editor appealed the suspension, sending “Brooke Winters'” June tweet accusing anti-vaccinationists of being death-wishers to Twitter Support. The next day, Twitter lifted the suspension with an apology to Autism Investigated’s editor.

Autism Investigated expects no apology from “Brooke Winters” for abusing Twitter’s community guidelines. “She” did exactly what “she” wanted to do. It just ended in failure, hardly surprising for someone who thinks conflating vaccine skepticism with death wishes is compelling.

It’s only compelling to people stupid enough to post lingerie selfies online and then beg followers to report retweets of those images. Unfortunately, that may be convincing enough for a scarily large number of people.

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CDC Vaccine Chief’s Brother No Longer Heads 2016-Related Investigations

Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein announcing the indictments of 13 Russians, July 13, 2018

Ironically, the big news the week of the election isn’t about any elected office. It’s about an appointed one. Jeff Sessions has just resigned as attorney general. His tenure was defined by his recusal from any investigations related to the 2016 election cycle. Even more ironic, the deputy attorney general who subsequently assumed that role had a much greater conflict than Sessions may have had by any reasonable measure. With Sessions now gone, oversight of 2016-related investigations including the Russia investigation has been passed to his former chief of staff and acting replacement.

But before Sessions resigned, oversight fell on the brother of CDC’s vaccine chief. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s sister is Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases.

President Trump’s criticism of toxic vaccines goes back a decade, long before he ran for office. He repeated those criticisms as a candidate on the campaign trial. His election reportedly caused employees at Messonnier’s workplace to cry in the hallways. How ironic that the election would also cause her brother to hold an appointment one rung below a cabinet member?

Throughout the course of Rosenstein’s tenure, he has wielded his unprecedented power with strong authority. He appointed the special counsel that continues to run the Russia investigation and ordered the FBI raid on the office of a now-former lawyer of Trump’s. Most recently, Rosenstein announced the indictments of 13 Russians who will never even stand trial.

Now the power that enabled him to do all that has been stripped away as he appears frozen in his position, if he keeps it. He will not even assume the title of acting attorney general. The reason for Jeff Sessions’ removal may not be about Jeff Sessions so much as it is about Rod Rosenstein.

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Vaccine Confidence Project Chief Married to GSK-Funded Employer

Heidi Larson, Peter Piot and Bill Gates, Credit: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Heidi Larson is the head of London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine’s “Vaccine Confidence Project.” She is also married to the school’s director, Peter Piot, a longtime friend and beneficiary of GlaxoSmithKline CEO Andrew Witty. In 2017, GlaxoSmithKline announced its “Sir Andrew Witty GSK Scholarships” through the London School of Medicine and Tropical Hygiene.

According Piot:

“I have known Andrew for more than thirty years, and I am delighted that his outstanding leadership and achievements are being honoured with this scholarship fund established in his name. It is a fitting tribute to his efforts to improve health around the world.”

“more than thirty years” – That’s about the entire time Witty has been at Glaxo, Glaxo Wellcome and GlaxoSmithKline. Piot makes clear that the scholarships play a major role at the school:

“The Sir Andrew Witty GSK Scholarships will play an important role in supporting the next generation of public and global health leaders in Africa. The MSc programme will equip them with the expertise to improve health services in their countries and communities, and will strengthen the continent’s capacity to respond to the important and changing health challenges it faces.”

Peter Piot’s school gets funding for scholarships named after his longtime friend, GSK’s CEO. Piot’s wife and employee tries to convince everybody that vaccines are safe. Piot and Larson happily take money from the pharmaceutical company that stole British and American vaccine-injured children’s medical records from a London hospital.

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How Paul Offit Profited Off The Backs of Kids Injured by GSK’s MMR Vaccine

“Get the fuck out of here! Piece of shit!”

That is what vaccine inventor Paul Offit yelled at Autism Investigated’s editor after being told that protection from personal injury litigation was making money off the backs of vaccine-injured kids. It turns out he was doing exactly that for his entire career, starting with his rotavirus vaccine’s development. At the time, the Wistar Institute he was working for was profiting from dangerous, since-withdrawn and secretly indemnified measles-mumps-rubella vaccines sold in the UK.

The co-inventor of Offit’s vaccine Stanley Plotkin is the inventor of the rubella component of all measles-mumps-rubella vaccines. Co-assignee of Offit’s vaccine patent Wistar Institute was the patent assignee of all rubella components of measles-mumps-rubella vaccines. That includes the now-withdrawn Pluserix vaccine introduced to the United Kingdom by Smith, Kline and French Laboratories, which previously funded Plotkin’s rubella vaccine development. During Pluserix’s introduction, Smith, Kline and French was an English subsidiary of Philadelphia-based SmithKline Beckman. Offit, Plotkin and Wistar were all based in Philadelphia as well.

Despite being already withdrawn in Canada for causing meningitis, Smith, Kline and French’s Pluserix vaccine was approved by the United Kingdom in 1988. In the supply agreement, the UK’s National Health Service secretly indemnified Smith, Kline and French Laboratories from liability. That made the British government liable for resulting vaccine injuries.

Subsequently, MMR vaccine injury litigation was shut down in the United Kingdom when federal funding was suddenly denied to lawsuits. Autism-vaccine research was shut down as well, the chief scientist fired and de-licensed. To this day, papers continue to be retracted including one by a long-deceased scientist. Medical records of children in the seminal 1998 vaccine-autism paper were stolen and expropriated by GlaxoSmithKline’s opposition researchers.

Paul Offit’s vaccine was developed with the dirty indemnity money that led to all of that. No wonder he still partners with GlaxoSmithKline to promote vaccines and dishonestly deny vaccine injury.

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