California Senator Richard Pan was instrumental in revoking California’s vaccine exemptions while refusing to have a dialogue with his critics, even those that are constituents. Pan even supports conflicted, failed researcher David Gorski’s call to censor vaccine skepticism on Facebook. So California resident Josh Coleman took the dialogue to Pan at the March for Science in Washington, DC. Pan continued walking but Coleman didn’t let up, not even with the wrath of triggered social justice warriors who tried to give Pan a mobile safe space.
RFK, Jr: My meeting with Trump on vaccine commission
Apr. 20, 2017 – 5:35 – Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. details his meeting with the president about the possibility of forming a vaccine commission #Tucker
Please like the video on YouTube and leave a comment thanking Tucker Carlson for having Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on his show to talk about vaccine safety and risks.
Select viewer responses already:
THANKYOU TUCKER CARLSON! I AM YOUR MOST LOYAL FAN NOW THANKYOU FOR COVERING THIS THANKYOU THANKYOU THANKYOU!!!!!! Everyone needs to call congress demand they subpoena Dr.Thompson CDC whistleblower. –Kathryn umidont
This is all the evidence we need to confirm vaccines can and do cause autism. There’s also hundreds of PubMed studies and science papers linking vaccines to autism. “Triplets Regress into Autism ALL ON THE SAME DAY — Genetics Could Not Do This!”https://steemit.com/vaccines/@canadian-coconut/triplets-regress-into-autism-all-on-the-same-day-genetics-could-not-do-this-vaxxed-story All three babies. Seven years after the vaccine damage the parents found out that the vaccine was contaminated and had killed another child but the vaccine was not removed and the death kept quiet. The parents are not allowed to sue the vaccine company. The doctor refused to send in the paperwork at the time so they cannot be compensated by the Government vaccine court. –Ima Skeptic
yes please, investigate them, AT LEAST…-KaosReigns
Thank you!. I REFUSE VACCINES BECAUSE OF THIS! THIS IS SO LONG OVERDUE!! –dgmoocher D R
This is a huge issue, and it needs to be brought out into the Light. Thank you, Tucker for being a responsible intelligent journalist; and encouraging people question the lies being told to them. –Will R.C.
As a father of four, this is a concern that always lingers. If you ask legitimate questions or express any concern, it is as if you are a cop named Kim Jong who just drove your gas guzzler from the dolphin killing convention to melt ice and shoot a black polar bear with his hands up. Why should concern for your child’s health ever be this way? –Mark Aaron Murnahan
This is who the Democrat judge Derrick Watson threw under the bus when he ruled against President Trump’s ban to spare the feelings of Muslims: the people most vulnerable to attacks by migrant gangs. Such people do not just include women or gays, but disabled people including those with autism.
After the Islamic terrorist massacre in Orlando, gay journalist Milo Yiannopoulos wrote:
We can’t go on like this. We can’t live in an America where gays fear going to night clubs, where satirists fear execution for their speech, where cartoonists consider whether their next drawing might get them killed.
And we can’t live in an America where autists fear riding the bus.
Autists, you want to ride the bus safely without fear of being mugged? Parents of autists, you want your children to live independent lives without you constantly worrying for their safety? Support President Trump’s travel ban on six failed Muslim countries and stop voting Democrat.
For those in Australia already dealing with this problem, Pauline Hanson’s One Nation Political Party is a great organization. It too supports strict immigration policy and Hanson also agrees with President Trump on the global autism pandemic being caused by vaccination. So only vote for One Nation candidates in all future Australian elections.
Below is the exchange between Autism Investigated’s editor and a representative of the production company behind the “Employable Me” documentary seeking to highlight the employable aspects of autism.
Dear Mr. Pinzone,I am an autistic graduate student at University of Texas School of Public Health and editor of the reputable news website autisminvestigated.com. I am asking to be cast in your documentary because I think I’d have a lot to contribute.All the best,Jake Crosby, MPH
Hey Jake,Nice to meet you! How did you hear about our project? I would love to try and get you in the casting process of our documentary. Im going to include an application for you to try and fill out. If you can’t fill it out, no worries. Just do the best you can. Let me know if you have any questions and thanks! Joe
Hi, good to meet you too sir. I heard about you from Kim Stagliano on the Age of Autism site; I actually wrote there for five years before starting AI. Thanks for the application. I’ll fill it out and get it right back to you.Best, Jake
I’ve attached my application.
Btw if there’s ever a chance, I would love to meet the Aut-Knight. He’s awesome!
EMPLOYABLE ME – CASTING QUESTIONNAIRE
Please provide answers to the following questions as openly and honestly as you can. Feel free to write at length and don’t edit yourself – the more you tell us, the better we get to know you and understand your situation.
Application forms should be emailed to our Casting Director, Liz Alderman, as soon as they are complete. Attach your completed questionnaire as a word.doc and email to: Joe.Pinzone@OptomenUSA.com
Name: Jake Crosby
City/State you live in: Austin, TX
Email address: email@example.com
Name and contact information of additional person that may have helped you complete this application: NA
What neurological condition do you have and when were you diagnosed?
Asperger Syndrome, Class of ’97
How does this neurological condition impact your life? Describe what having this condition is like for you personally:
I call myself superior while I get sympathy on tap!
Are you currently employed?
What are your job qualifications/skills? (list any schooling, training, or skills)
Autism is my superpower!
What jobs have you held in the past?
Same as my job now!
How long have you been searching for a job?
Who is your biggest advocate in your job search? Is there someone assisting you such as a family member, mentor or career counselor? [Please provide their name and contact information if possible]
Julia Bascom, Autistic Self-Advocacy Network
What three words best describe your personality?
Autistic & Badass!
What hobbies do you enjoy? What do you like to do for fun?
Being autistic, demanding free shit for my autism
Describe the unique traits of the physical, mental and/or neurological condition that sets you apart from other job seekers in the workforce:
How has your condition affected your job search?
My condition IS my job.
What feedback have you gotten from job applications and potential employers?
Any critical feedback is just discrimination, I’m special!
What are your strengths? What do you have to offer an employer that someone else doesn’t?
Neurodiversity in the workplace!
What do you think your biggest weakness is?
Anything I can’t blame on my autism/Anything that casts autism in a negative light
What type of job are you most interested in?
Day-to-day, what’s the hardest part of living with your condition?
Nothing, except everything!
Why do you want a job? What would it mean to you to finally get the right job?
You mean a real job? It would suck, it means I can no longer profit from my own pity/awesomeness!
What question have we not yet asked that we should? Please tell us anything else we should know about you and your world.
[Link to below video]
He wrote again:
With your employment, what exactly is it that you do?
AI replied by staying in character, and he replied by making an interview offer:
Sorry it wasn’t clear on the form – I’m a professional victim who seeks to profit by getting everyone to feel sorry for me instead of working on any kind of necessary self-improvement that would actually make me employable.
If you need any further clarification, please let me know.
Could we do a skype interview either tomorrow or Friday?
Despite replying with specific times and sending AI’s Skype name, he never made any Skype contact. He didn’t respond to any follow-up email either.
Julia may be the first Muppet with autism to appear on Sesame Street, but the first Muppet with autism has been around long before the back of the short bus caught any PBS producer’s attention.
The first autistic Muppet was born 10 years ago, when a pimply teen with Asperger’s started a campaign against the NYU Child Study Center. It was not a campaign against the center’s interim director whoring herself out to the federal vaccine program to help it exonerate itself against the families of yet more children it permanently brain-damaged. Rather, the entire campaign was simply against NYU’s advertising related to autism because the ads had offended him. And thus the mainstream media’s own autistic Muppet was born in the baby face of the autistic feelings campaigner named Ari Ne’eman, who could be trotted out at any time to praise the virtues of autism and advocate censoring discussion of the disorder on the pretense of offensiveness. His most recent media appearance was to help fellow autistic Muppet Julia off the Magic Short Bus and into the impressionable minds of young Sesame Street viewers.
Like the Sesame Street Muppets, Ari Ne’eman’s simplistic role and nebbishy look never changed. The dull-but-soft-spoken, chubby-but-clean-cut face of the autism acceptance ideology known as neurodiversity remains as it had in the past with the same talking points and nothing new to offer. In this world of make-believe, autism is normal and there is nothing wrong. It would all be so great, if it weren’t all such a lie.
Julia, like Ari, represents a caricature of the fastest growing childhood neurological disorder in the country. Both send the message that autism is merely a case of social awkwardness as opposed to the debilitating lifelong disability that has robbed so many innocent children of their ability to speak by vaccination. Both send the message that people with autism can just “be themselves” and society and other people will just accept them, no matter how socially off-putting people with autism can be. And both ultimately give people with autism a cop-out excuse – use the mantle of autism to make people feel sorry for you and absolve yourself of any personal responsibility.
Julia and Ari do a disservice to everyone with autism – the really severe whose experiences are simply neglected, and the higher-functioning who are discouraged from taking personal responsibility for their behavior. But unlike Ari, the explanation for Julia can at least be partially explained by ratings.
No young child wants to watch a Muppet who can’t speak and has diarrhea 10 times a day, nor does any such child want to see some awkward Muppet getting bullied into fitting in by bigger, meaner Muppets. Balancing entertainment with reality in this instance is virtually impossible.
Mainstream media has no such excuse for trotting out its own autistic Muppet by the name of Ari Ne’eman for the last decade in order to paint a rosy, unrealistic portrayal of autism. Unlike the ratings-generated Julia, Ari is a Muppet used purely for purposes of spreading propaganda. There is virtually nothing about him that viewers would find genuinely appealing to watch.
William Shatner – the man, the legend himself – plugged Autism Investigated’s piece on Twitter that caught Forbes’ contributing Emily Willingham denying the existence of government research implicating mercury in vaccines as a cause of autism. He also slammed the Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN) and its opportunistic founder Ari Ne’eman for attacking other charities and then currying sympathy by playing victim.
It started with yet another hit piece by neurodiversity blogger Emily Willingham in Forbes Magazine, this time against President Trump for his acknowledgement of Autism Awareness Month and views of autism being caused by vaccines. William Shatner was not impressed:
What followed was a slew of vitriol directed at him by the online proponents of neurodiversity – the cancerous, social justice movement that preaches autism “acceptance” – egged on by Autistic Self-Advocacy Network (ASAN) founder Ari Ne’eeman. Unfortunately for Ne’eman and friends, Shatner didn’t take their attacks lying down. In particular, Shatner slammed Ne’eman’s group and movement for its tendency to play victim:
It’s what happened the other day with the founder of ASAN; he decided to play victim & tweeted that I was yelling @ autistics.♂️ https://t.co/z4TbJb0yH4
Given what you did to me; do you really think ANYONE in the public eye would help your cause? You need to reinvent your cause & calm down. https://t.co/eB6m1hk4uc — William Shatner (@WilliamShatner) April 5, 2017
Instead of being the social warrior fighting against a charity; find an organization you do align with & become their advocate. + vs – https://t.co/T90HWC7hfs — William Shatner (@WilliamShatner) April 3, 2017
For the past decade, Ari Ne’eman and his group have received mostly positive media attention but little public scrutiny. No mainstream journalist or big name celebrity has taken on their movement directly. Without question, they were in for one hell of a surprise when William Shatner stepped up.
But even better: Shatner tweeted a link to Autism Investigated’s 2014 post which exposed Forbes journalist Emily Willingham’s omission of the existence of Centers for Disease Control data implicating mercury in vaccines as a cause of autism:
The much-anticipated Muppet with autism named “Julia” will make her debut on the famed children’s show next week. Neurodiversity activists hailed Julia’s creation as a major step towards “acceptance” in popular culture. Not everyone was pleased, however.
Many parents of children with autism lambasted the program for what they saw as a normalization of the fastest-growing childhood neurological disorder in the United States. They argue that they would consider their children recovered from their condition if they ever reached the functional abilities of Sesame Street’s new ginger sped.
The bizarre media portrayal of autism as some kind of positive virtue is also happening on the other side of the pond where the BBC is doing a documentary film arguing that autism is an “ASSET” in the workplace. It’s not going well.
Meanwhile, there is emerging knowledge that higher-functioning autism comes with even bigger hurdles than previously realized. People with autism suffer a disproportionately higher rate of gender dysphoria, girls with autism have a disproportionately higher rate of homosexuality and men with autism have a disproportionately higher rate of trouble finding girlfriends.
Taking all the aforementioned issues of the spectrum into account, shows like the BBC documentary and Sesame Street appear more likely to give their viewers a confused look at the disorder rather than an informed one. Meanwhile, higher functioning people with autism are given the contradictory messages of fitting in and embracing their off-putting social woes. But the worst consequence is leaving the most severely disabled out of the picture entirely while the cause of their horrible disabilities remain covered up by the deep state, the mainstream press and the doctors who are now being cranked out of medical school dumber than they were when they entered.
I received an email [Autism Investigated never got an email! :,( ] from Joe Pinzone of Optomen Productions in New York asking if we’d share a casting call for a program that’s been a BBC Series and is now coming to the USA called “Employable Me.” The program is about the great difficulty people with mental health and brain “differences” have in finding work. As our kids age up and out of school into full adulthood, gainful employment may or may not be an option. For instance, my 22 year old daughter is in a day program with volunteer opportunities (she delivers Meals on Wheels). Others who have higher functioning levels work at paid employment. While our readership tends to have pretty severely affected children, there are plenty of you whose kids may be able to have full employment. And boy, do we wish that for you – for them. If you’re interested in casting for this program, please contact Joe Pinzone <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
EMPLOYABLE ME seeks to prove that having a neurological condition neurological condition such as Tourette Syndrome, Autism or Asperger’s should be viewed as an ASSET rather than an obstacle in the workplace.
And it’s already doing a hell of a job.
Autism Investigated could not help but contact Optomen Productions to be cast in this new documentary and will keep readers informed of any updates.
How is it that so many women march on Washington against something the president said on a hot mic 12 years ago, but not against the mandating of a vaccination that causes ovarian failure, paralysis and death? While the drug company Merck bought off feminists to lobby for the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine, thousands of women and girls have been killed, paralyzed or sterilized as result of its side-effects.
All that was done in the name of preventing a sexually transmitted virus that causes cervical cancer, even though early screening remains far-and-away the most effective prevention. Meanwhile, the vaccine offers a limited duration of immunity and virtual uncertainty that any risk of cervical cancer is reduced.
Autism Investigated Note: After research shining light on the dykeness of female autists, Autism’s Gadfly blogger Jonathan Mitchell gives his take on why nobody wants to fuck autistic males.
yet another barrier to finding an “autistic girlfriend”
The problems that heterosexual autistic males have with involuntary celibacy is something that I’ve written about on Autism’s Gadfly from time to time as my regular readers know. It’s something you usually won’t hear about in any mainstream writings as the media wants to put a positive spin on this horrible disability and only promote success stories. So John Elder Robison, Stephen Shore, and Michael John Carley and the relatively few other men claiming to be on the spectrum who have been able to marry have their books publicized while those of us less fortunate are relegated to the throw away slush pile.
But it is something that definitely exists among a number of autistic males that I’ve encountered in person or on the internet over the years, myself included. I’ve written previously how I felt autism has given me the gift of prophecy in that I can predict the suggested solution to this problem. “find an autistic girlfriend” is the inevitable solution. the nearly 10:1 ratio of autistic men to women in the higher functioning range (on average from various published reports) is somehow not an obstacle according to these people who give these words from the wise.
Nor the fact that of the women claiming to be on the spectrum and promote the idea of “neurodiversity” may be undesirable for those of us who find this belief appalling. Nor the preference of any number of autistic women for “normal” men and the fact some of them are able to have a “normal” boyfriend or husband. However, I was interested to see that there has been a a new report recently published in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders showing that homosexuality and/or bisexuality may be more common in adolescent autistic women than in a control group of non-autistic women that were surveyed. Not only was there a higher rate of homosexuality and bisexuality, but a higher rate of uncertainty in attraction among the young autistic females surveyed.I have just read the abstract so far and not the entire study. It was available without being paywalled for a few days, but I’ve been fairly sick this past week (i’m still not whole but recovered enough to write this blog post) so was not able to read the whole study or blog about it until today and unfortunately it is now paywalled. Apparently there has been other research to suggest this too that I was not aware of, but they cite references for the interested reader.
Aside from the extremely high ratio of mildly autistic men to women and the preference the more desirable autistic women have for “normal” men, the lack of heterosexuality in autistic women is likely yet another barrier to “finding an autistic girlfriend”