WaPo’s Laura Helmuth – The Vaccine Industry’s Parasitic Helminth


While the The Washington Post is attacking philanthropists for giving money to vaccine injury causes, its editorial staff is funded by the pharmaceutical industry. Laura Helmuth is a member and was until very recently president of the National Association of Science Writers, which deceptively claims it gets no money from industry. Yet it closely functions with the Council for the Advancement of Science Writing, which does take pharmaceutical industry money.

The Washington Post has a long history of defending vaccination crimes going back to 2004 when Melinda Gates joined its board of directors. The newspaper actually defended the practice of “blagging,” where GlaxoSmithKline’s medical record-stealing opposition researcher Brian Deer deceived an autism parent into letting him “interview” her by giving her a fake name. The practice has since been banned by The Sunday Times of London, the paper Deer freelanced for;.

In the last 15 years, WaPo has only gotten worse. It is now owned by Amazon, which removes documentaries skeptical of vaccine safety while it neglects the safety of its airplanes. The lead author of the philanthropist hit-piece Lena Sun has already blocked Autism Investigated’s editor. What did she expect though when she takes editorial orders from the pharmaceutical industry? Not much, apparently. Her newspaper actually condoned Brian Deer telling an autism parent his name was “Brian Lawrence.” That’s the kind of “journalism” one can expect from pharma’s parasitic helminth, Laura Helmuth.

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Seth Mnookin and Jane Roberts Lied That She Talked to Dad Joe Lindenberger

MIT News

He’s back folks. Eight years ago, pathologically lying “journalist” Seth Mnookin stepped into the vaccine issue by claiming he was just a concerned, new parent. After two months, Autism Investigated’s future editor revealed that his uncle was a longtime professional colleague of vaccine front group president Alison Singer‘s mother-in-law. Mnookin has since returned to invent the Ethan Lindenberger hoax of a teen who lied that he got vaccinated against his parents’ wishes when the father Joe Lindenberger was pulling the strings all along. Mnookin even lied while interviewing the author of the original hoax story that she talked to the dad in the article when she never did, to which she replied in agreement. Autism Investigated reached out to Mnookin for this article and received no response as expected, as was also the case with the hoax story’s author.

For most of Autism Investigated’s existence, there has been relatively little from Mnookin. After Donald Trump was elected president, Mnookin returned to write a hit-piece against Robert F. Kennedy Jr. because of his meeting with then-President-Elect Trump. In the since-closed comment thread, Autism Investigated did a point-by-point rebuttal of Mnookin’s entire article.

Yet Mnookin, if anyone could imagine, was christened Professor of Comparative Media Studies and Writing at MIT later that same year in 2017. And now, the MIT brand is directly connected to Mnookin’s lies. The Ethan Lindenberger hoax first appeared in a February issue of Undark Magazine, an MIT publication. Its deputy editor and “head fact-checker” is Jane Roberts, the named author of the Lindenberger story. She wouldn’t respond to Autism Investigated’s recent questioning about whether she interviewed Ethan Lindenberger’s father.

Three weeks after her article ran, however, she did a long podcast interview for none other than Seth Mnookin, who also hosts the Undark podcast. Like Roberts, Mnookin took Ethan Lindenberger’s lie that his father is anti-vaccine at the teen’s word and even falsely included the father as one of the people who Roberts talked to in the story:

And so in this story, you talk to Ethan, who is 18, from Ohio, his mom and, it sounds like, his dad, to a lesser extent, didn’t want to have him vaccinated, and he’s decided on his own, when he was 18, to go ahead and do that.

Roberts replied affirmatively, “Yeah.”

Despite saying she interviewed the father and that he’s anti-vaccine, there is nothing from Jane Roberts’ article to indicate that she ever spoke to the father. Mnookin wouldn’t respond when Autism Investigated reached out to him:

I don’t expect an honest answer from you, but reaching out to subjects for stories is a basic component of journalism as you should know. The author of the Ethan Lindenberger piece Jane Roberts won’t respond to my simple question of whether she communicated with the dad (email below). Why didn’t you ask her if she had any communication with him in your podcast interview of her? Why aren’t you interested in getting the dad’s actual opinion of vaccines instead of relying solely on the word of his teenage son as you and she have both done?

Jake Crosby

The publisher of the Undark Magazine Jane Roberts edits is also a staffer of the MIT program Seth Mnookin now directs. That makes him Jane Roberts’ boss’ boss.

According to MIT News four months before Lindenberger’s 2018 Reddit post that claimed his parents were against vaccines:

Mnookin has also been collaborating with Deborah Blum, director of MIT’s Knight Science Journalism Fellowship Program, to find ways for the two programs to work together. Each year, four students from the graduate program work as editorial interns for Undark, a magazine Blum runs out of the Knight program. The students also write profiles of all Knight fellows each year as a way for the two groups to get to know each other.

The two programs found a big way to work together in cooking up the hoax that has become the Lindenberger Nothingburger.

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No Response From The Author of The Ethan Lindenberger Hoax Story

Jane Roberts, MIT

The story of Ethan Lindenberger sold by mainstream media has been that a teenager got vaccinated against his anti-vaccine parents’ wishes. Autism Investigated proved that to be a lie: he was being used by his father to bash the mother, who the father is divorced from. Ethan Lindenberger has at least responded, the father hasn’t. Another person who has not responded was the author of the original article, Jane Roberts, deputy editor and “head fact-checker” of MIT’s Undark Magazine. This is all Roberts says about the father Joe Lindenberger in her entire, long article:

his mother, Lindenberger says, “kind of fell into this echo chamber, and got more and more misinformation.” His father, he says, espouses similar beliefs, but takes a more laidback approach.

It helped a bit, he says, that his father reacted less harshly. Despite being in the “same camp” as his mom, Lindenberger said, his dad told him “Hey, you’re 18, you can do what you want and we can’t really stop you.”

What little there is on Joe Lindenberger is based on what his son Ethan Lindenberger said about him. In other words, her entire story is based on the word of a teenager. Autism Investigated wrote the below email to Jane Roberts Friday afternoon.

Hello Ms. Roberts,

My name is Jake Crosby, editor of AutismInvestigated.com. I have just written some posts about Ethan Lindenberger’s relationship with his father, Joe Lindenberger. For your Undark article, did you speak to the father at all? My understanding is that the mother reached out to you; did the father as well? Conversely, was there any effort on your part to reach out to Joe Lindenberger? Thanks in advance.

Best,

Jake Crosby

To date, there is no reply from this MIT colleague of vaccine shill Seth Mnookin. So-called fact-checker Jane Roberts has started a lie that has circulated throughout mainstream media and was swallowed whole by the Surgeon General, the CDC director and the US Senate.

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Alan Dershowitz Has Found His New O.J. Simpson in Toxic Vaccinations

USA Today

What Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz has just written in New York Daily News speaks for itself:

I can think of no thinker in the history of the world who has ever advocated the anti-vaccine position. There is no coherent argument — religious, constitutional, civil libertarian or commonsensical — in favor of allowing people to refuse to be vaccinated against communicable diseases. So why then did so many state legislators in New York vote against the bill? Politics, not principles.

In an act of pure principle, the state legislator who sponsored the bill flipped off his own constituents for opposing it just weeks before it became state law. The law is the ultimate middle finger to New Yorkers by their elected representatives and is the worst thing to happen to New York since 9/11. And this time, it definitely was an inside job.

Vaccine companies and O.J. Simpson already have a lot in common, and now they have one more. They both murdered people, they both got off and now they are both defended by Alan Dershowitz, who knows vaccine shill Seth Mnookin‘s uncle and fellow Harvard Law Professor Robert Mnookin. It’s no wonder Dershowitz defends the vaccine program, even though it’s run by the sister of a former deputy attorney general he condemned last year for raiding the office of Trump’s now-former lawyer.

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New York Politicians Give Their Constituents The Ultimate Middle Finger

New York State ASSemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz flips off constituents for opposing his religious vaccine exemption-killing bill.

New York Governor Cuomo has just signed Jeffrey Dinowitz’s evil bill into law, eliminating religious vaccine exemptions. Read the below ArtVoice article about when he flipped off constituents two weeks ago.

This morning, [May 28, 2019] NYS Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz gave his constituents the middle finger as he strode into a press conference where he is championing taking away NY State citizens the right to their own bodies.

Dinowitz is a Democrat who represents Kingsbridge, Norwood, Riverdale, Van Cortlandt Village, Wakefield, and Woodlawn.

Standing outside of 250 Broadway in NYC, his photo was taken by one of Diniwitz’s constituents who was with a crowd of people protesting a Nazi-like bill that Dinowitz has been championing since 2014.

This bill would take away the Constitutional Right to Religious Freedom with regard to opting out of injecting poisonous and cancer-causing substances into one’s own body. In other words, this bill would force NYS citizens to inject themselves with KNOWN carcinogens.

Dinowitz is using a trumped up ‘measles’ outbreak to bring his bill back to life. Back in 2014, there was no ‘outbreak’ therefore his bill died on the vine. However, now with a few cases of the measles which is not fatal, he saw fit to jump on the bandwagon to get his bill passed.

Parents are wondering who is paying Dinowitz to take such a communistic stance. [Autism Investigated’s Answer: GlaxoSmithKline]

Continuing reading at ArtVoice.

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The Joe Lindenberger Revelations: Son Ethan Lindenberger Responds

Ethan Lindenberger, son of Joe Lindenberger, Credit: San Jose Mercury News

Ethan Lindenberger has responded to Autism Investigated’s yesterday revelation that his dad Joe Lindenberger is behind his son’s pro-vaccine attacks on his divorced mother. Specifically, Ethan Lindenberger tweeted:

(Joe Lindenberger is superintendent of Norwalk Park and Recs: a partner of Huron County Public Health, which vaccinated Ethan.)

Props to Ethan Lindenberger for at least responding. Joe Lindenberger blocked Autism Investigated on Facebook Messenger after Autism Investigated sent him the link to yesterday’s article.

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Ethan Lindenberger: Teen Vaccine Propaganda Prop of…Joe Lindenberger

Ethan Lindenberger has been held up by mainstream media as the teenager who went against his parents and got vaccinated. He even got to testify in front of senators he was never old enough to vote for in the last election in order to slam his mother for not vaccinating him. In reality, the story is no different from what pharma has done in the past: exploiting a divorce by turning one parent against another. Except in this case, the son is doing the pro-vaccine parent’s dirty work.

Joe Lindenberger is Ethan Lindenberger’s father and Superintendent of Norwalk Parks and Recreation. So the elder Lindenberger is a city official. On the Norwalk Parks and Rec website, listed partners include the Huron County Public Health. Guess its stance on vaccinations:

Huron County Public Health has a goal to improve and sustain immunization coverage to the county’s families by offering vaccinations and information about the safety and importance of timely immunizations. We look forward to maintaining and expanding this public health success story in the years to come.

Supposedly, Ethan Lindenberger famously asked Reddit for advice on how to get vaccinated. Now why would the son of a city official need to ask strangers on the internet for help on how to get vaccinated? His father is a rabid anti-vaxxer right? Oh wait…

“He (Ethan) 100 percent believes in the platform that teens can go against their parents’ wishes if they think they are right. I support him 100 percent. I am proud of him. At the same time I don’t fault his mother for her beliefs, either.”

You don’t fault her because you have your son doing that for you.

In fact, guess where Ethan Lindenberger got vaccinated according to the original article:

After receiving support from his science teacher, pastor, and friends, Lindenberger made an appointment at his local health department to start catching up.

That would be Huron County Public Health. Its nursing director was also interviewed for the article.

Since then, Joe Lindenberger has done an awful lot of the talking in his local paper’s stories about his son. When Ethan Lindenberger was about to give congressional testimony, Joe Lindenberger said:

“He’s excited; he’s very excited,” said Lindenberger’s father Joe, who took his son to the airport Monday. “It’s a big deal.”

More like “I’m excited; I’m very excited!”

Joe Lindenberger also knew in advance what his son was going to say and bought him a new suit:

The younger Lindenberger, who has a new suit for the occasion, prepared a five-minute speech and a narrative to share with committee members. His father said Ethan planned to talk about being an advocate for teens and the importance of being educated about vaccinations.

“He’s well spoken. He’s passionate about what he believes in,” added Joe Lindenberger, who believes his son will do well.

He helped him with what he said, of course, even bragging they now agree on vaccines:

…he told the Reflector he is “now more in line with Ethan than I am his mother.”

Yeah now that he convinced Ethan to get vaccinated! But Ethan isn’t the last son he’ll try to convince:

If one of his younger children approached him about wanting to be vaccinated, Lindenberger said he would allow them to do so. In fact, he added he believes his 16-year-old son Noah eventually will get his shots.

“He’s more neutral because he’s not educated,” the father added.

Unlike Ethan:

Regarding Ethan and what he has done, his father said he’s proud of him taking a stand and educating himself.

“People should respect that,” he said.

People shouldn’t respect you, Joe!

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Alex Azar: Pharma Lobbyist for Medical Record-Stealing GlaxoSmithKline

Prior to his appointment, HHS Secretary Alex Azar was an executive of the pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly. Even worse, he was on the board of directors of the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO). BIO is a pharmaceutical lobbying group whose members include GlaxoSmithKline. GSK stole medical records of children in the seminal autism-vaccine research to defame its lead researcher and engineered the Homeland Security rider to shield the mercury-based vaccine preservative thimerosal from vaccine litigation. Azar has defamed the seminal autism-vaccine research even after its lead scientist met with Donald Trump.

During the election, GlaxoSmithKline did not want President Trump to win. The company even announced just before the 2016 election that it would appoint Emma Walmsley its new She-E-O, breaking the pharmaceutical glass ceiling before Hillary was expected to break the presidential one. It didn’t happen for Hillary.

At the time of Azar’s nomination, the head of FDA was unapologetic GlaxoSmithKline advisor Scott Gottlieb. During the transition, Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen shared a vaccine troll’s blog post favoring Gottlieb’s FDA candidacy with the CEO of Novartis. Gottlieb would later announce his resignation from FDA the week after Cohen gave congressional testimony about his relationship with President Trump and Novartis. The month after Gottlieb’s departure, Cohen began his three-year prison sentence.

But Alex Azar remains HHS secretary. He is leading an “all hands on deck” approach to pushing toxic vaccinations on America’s children with President Trump’s blessing.

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PERVERT ALERT PART 2: DISGRACED CDC DIRECTOR SKIRTS JAIL TIME

If you’re powerful enough like the pervert CDC director, you can get away with anything. From ABC News…

Former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Tom Frieden avoided jail time on Tuesday after pleading guilty to groping a longtime family friend in New York. Frieden, who is also the former New York City health comissioner, turned himself in to police in August 2018 after the woman reported that he had grabbed her butt without her permission inside his Brooklyn apartment, court documents said.

By pleading guilty, Frieden wasn’t required to explain what happened during the October 2017 incident to Brooklyn Criminal Court Judge Edwin Novillo. Frieden was facing up to a year in jail for misdemeanor forcible touching, third-degree sexual abuse and second-degree harassment charges, prosecutors said.

A representative for Frieden declined to comment on the case. Frieden’s defense attorney, Laura Brevetti, also declined to comment outside of court.

Frieden, 58, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and had all of the criminal charges dropped. Novillo sentenced Frieden to a conditional discharge that will be dismissed and sealed in a year so long as he does not get arrested during that time frame.

Novillo also ordered Frieden to avoid contact with his family friend for a year.

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Mark Green Turns Yellow: Denies Vaccines Cause Autism Post-Complaint

Congressman and ER Dr. Mark Green, markgreen4tn.com

Following a vaccine troll‘s medical board complaint against the ER doctor and congressman from Tennessee, Rep. Mark Green released a statement saying he believes the CDC and FDA’s lies about vaccines after meeting with them. Following his election to Congress in 2018, he said he will stand up to the CDC and ask for the real data on vaccines. Autism Investigated even contacted his office and offered to meet with him at the time.

But Rep. Green came under fire from Tennessee’s baby-killing Senior Senator Lamar Alexander, who insisted vaccines were safe. He then invited teenage vaccine propaganda prop Ethan Lindenberger to testify against his mother for not vaccinating him at a Senate HELP Committee hearing. After that, Alexander coauthored a pro-vaccine op-ed in The Tennessean with just-elected Senator Marsha Blackburn. Before Green was elected to Congresss, Blackburn was the congressional representative for his district. Now Green is claiming to trust the CDC after meeting with CDC, go figure…

In response to Alexander and Blackburn’s op-ed, Autism Investigated submitted a letter to the editor but it was never published. It pointed out how Lamar Alexander allowed the vaccine industry to murder infants in his home state when he was Governor of Tennessee. The proof is in an internal memo of Wyeth in which the company agreed to disperse vaccine lots across geographic areas to hide that vaccines cause Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). The memo is reproduced below and was uncovered by the late journalist Dan Olmsted.


As an ER doctor, Mark Green knows his colleagues have to deal with the mess caused by vaccine companies like Wyeth. Instead of having the courage to clean it up, Mark Green has turned yellow and swept it under the emergency room curtains.

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