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Bolstering Google Boss’ Worthless Flu Shot Venture, YouTube De-Monetizes Anti-Vaccine Videos

Larry Page is CEO of Google’s and YouTube’s parent company, Alphabet

Flu shots are worthless garbage, but Bill Gates and Google co-founder Larry Page don’t want you to know that. That’s why YouTube is de-monetizing videos that go against vaccination.

Because they sank their money into it. Now they’re wasting $12 million to make a “better” flu vaccine. It would cover more strains, but they exaggerate the flu’s severity. They also lie about vaccine injury and are using their platforms to cover it up. Thanks for giving more people excuses not to vaccinate!

Tech billionaires want to control what you see at your child’s expense to get greater returns on their investments. Imagine the profit they could turn and the influence they could gain by hyping such a vaccine. It’s no wonder they fear anti-vaccinationists and vaccine skeptics. We are a threat to their bottom line and a proud one at that.

Poisoning children with vaccines and stealing their medical records to make up lies will be Gates’ legacy, and that of likeminded billionaires. Furthermore, it is far worse than his illegal monopoly. Welcome to the corrupt club of crooked tech billionaires, Larry Page. You are right at home with them.

Vaccine Advocates Deliberately Spread Disease to Pump Toxic Vaccines

Vaccine advocates are responsible for spreading measles to the West. The month before the World Health Organization listed “Vaccine Hesitancy” as one of its top 10 global health threats, the UN passed the Global Compact for Migration. The United States was one of just five countries to vote against the resolution because of its encouragement of illegal immigration across the western hemisphere. It even sought to criminalize anti-migration speech. Illegal immigration has driven measles incidence to record levels in Europe, from where measles spread to the US both in 2015 and this year. The US-Mexico border has also seen the spread of viruses, with seven mumps cases confirmed in an ICE detention center and a Guatemalan child dying of flu in US custody.

Vaccine officials have shown that they will even get rid of some vaccines in order to enable the spread of measles. So it is clear that their assistance to migrants is done so deliberately despite the diseases and social problems they will bring to western countries. The International Red Cross’ European branch blocked Autism Investigated on Twitter after its hypocrisy over pushing vaccines while assisting with illegal immigration into Europe was called out publicly. Not only should America defund NGOs like the Red Cross, but we should also withdraw from the World Health Organization. It is time to put America first.

SharylAttkisson.com: Jake Crosby on Original Autism-Vaccine Cover-Up

Originally posted on SharylAttkisson.com

Note: Views in this and any other opinion piece that appear on this site do not necessarily reflect the opinion of www.sharylattkisson.com and are solely those of the author.

By Jake Crosby, MPH

U.S. public health officials like National Institutes of Health doctor Anthony Fauci deny the vaccine-autism link by repeating disinformation about a seminal autism-vaccine study. That study, published in The Lancet in 1998, examined 12 children treated at London’s Royal Free Hospital Medical School. Most developed adverse symptoms shortly after their routine measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccinations.

The study marked the beginning of the first major research undertaking of the autism-vaccine link at an academic institution. Because parents were startled by the findings, and—in my opinion— because there were huge financial implications in terms of possible lawsuits against vaccine makers, the study and its lead author, Dr. Andrew Wakefield, were targeted in a giant campaign to discredit them. Those pursuing this smear campaign, not surprisingly, have ties to vaccine maker GlaxoSmithKline.

One of those people was the Head of Medicine at Royal Free Hospital from 1999-2011, Dr. Mark Pepys. He wanted to stop Dr. Wakefield’s work but the witch hunt would look too obvious if the accusations came directly from the medical school that forced him out two years prior. So Dr. Pepys would need a journalist who could take credit for those accusations while insulating the medical school from scrutiny by being the journalist’s protected “source.”

To begin the smear, medical records of children in the study were leaked to a Sunday Times journalist named Brian Deer. He received children’s names, family backgrounds and hospital admissions dates. Deer would later boast about having this information in the BMJ. In 2004, he posted a child’s medical note and a table of children’s names and the dates they were admitted to the Royal Free on his website. This was a serious violation of medical privacy rules, laws and practices. According to study co-author Simon Murch, “the Data Protection Act must have been broken.”

Dr. Pepys had strong ties to GlaxoSmithKline even before the merger that created the company, enjoying substantial support from precursor Glaxo Wellcome. Before he accepted the position of Head of Medicine of the Royal Free in 1999, he demanded Dr. Wakefield’s dismissal. Dr. Pepys ultimately took credit for ousting Dr. Wakefield at Royal Free Hospital in 2001, effectively dismantling the first autism-vaccine research unit in an academic institution.

After the 1998 study’s publication, Dr. Wakefield’s co-author Dr. Simon Murch was promoted to Director of the Centre for Paediatric Gastroenterology at Royal Free Hospital. Then, in September 2003, Dr. Murch submitted a letter to The Lancet repudiating the notion of any possible link between autism and vaccines. His submission came just two months after Crispin Davis, CEO of Lancet publisher Reed Elsevier, joined the board of directors at GlaxoSmithKline.

With Dr. Murch’s repudiation, the United Kingdom (UK) government’s Legal Aid Board cut off financial aid to help victims in lawsuits against MMR manufacturers, including GlaxoSmithKline. The GlaxoSmithKline alliance with Pepys-headed Royal Free Hospital and the Davis-published Lancet continued as Deer continued to advance the smear. In his reports, Deer claimed Dr. Wakefield’s study was unethical and that he concealed its funding source. The latter claim was “found proved” by a disciplinary tribunal but ultimately overturned.

Deer also took an unusual step for a journalist: he filed a professional disciplinary complaint against Dr. Wakefield and two of his co-authors including Simon Murch.

A week after the complaint, 10 of the 13 Dr. Wakefield’s co-authors, led by Dr. Murch, issued a fraudulent retraction of the interpretation of the 1998 study. It was a statement of regret over raising an autism-vaccine link possibility that was falsely portrayed as a scientific retraction.

After the fraudulent retraction, vaccine interests falsely misrepresented it as if it was a scientific repudiation of any link between vaccines and autism. That retraction became a basis for rejection of thousands of vaccine autism injury claims in U.S. vaccine court.

Then, the smear machine prompted a medical fitness-to-practice tribunal of Dr. Wakefield. Dr. Wakefield’s medical license was revoked in 2010. The chair of that tribunal, Dr. Surendra Kumar, was a GlaxoSmithKline shareholder. After that decision in 2010, “The Lancet” fully retracted Dr. Wakefield’s study.

Ultimately, in 2012, a High Court overturned the reasons of unethical research and misrepresented participant enrollment that remains stated in The Lancet retraction. Unsurprisingly, “The Lancet” has not reversed its retraction.

So today, health officials across the pond here in the U.S., including Dr. Fauci and his superior, NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins, continue to cite the false retraction as if it scientifically proves vaccines do not cause autism. They ignore the factual details on the excuse of “The Lancet” journal’s undeserved reputation.

Jake Crosby has a Master of Public Health degree in epidemiology from George Washington University and is editor of AutismInvestigated.com.

Editor’s Note: Crosby received no response for comment from the relevant authors mentioned in his op-ed.

America Must Cut All Support to NGOs That Assist Measles Importation

Look at this hypocritical organization feigning surprise that there are 82,000 cases of measles in Europe.

After all, it helped assist with its travel:

Activist NGOs like the International Federation of the Red Cross that assist with illegal immigrant travel into the West should be de-funded by countries that suffer the consequences. Doctors who participate in these activities should have their licenses revoked.

Most of these migrants enter Europe through the east where they can then spread it to visitors that come to the US. Patient Zero in the ongoing Washington/Oregon outbreak was from Eastern Europe.

Meghan McCain’s “The View” Plugs Brian Deer After He Smeared Her Husband’s Dead Journalist

“The guy who started this conspiracy, this lie, his name is Andrew Wakefield, a British surgeon. This is what happened, and the truth of the matter is that he was creating a competing vaccine. He had a patent for his own vaccine, see? So he had a motivation to put this lie out.” – Joy Behar

Sorry Federalist editor Ben Domenech, but your wife and her fellow co-hosts are dumb as mud. One month ago, you and Meghan McCain were mourning the loss of one of your hired journalists who died tragically young at the age of 26. Meanwhile, the “journalist” your wife’s fellow co-host just plugged was spreading lies like this (translated): “‘Anti-vaccine’ journalist dead from no vaccination!”

The tweet has since been deleted and with no apology from Brian Deer. Yet one month later, your wife eggs on her fellow co-host after she repeated Deer’s lie that Dr. Wakefield planned a rival vaccine. While your wife’s at it, how about she repeat “conspiracy theory” to parents whose children’s medical records suddenly found their way into Brian Deer’s Gollum-like hands?

It’s all just a conspiracy theory, right?

Bill Gates’ Washington Post Pushes Medical Record-Stealing “Journalism”

The Washington Post reporter who first gave a US media platform for GlaxoSmithKline’s attacks on the 1998 autism-vaccine research concealed from his readers that the lead scientist disclosed his role in litigation. The reporter also wrote how most of the coauthors retracted the interpretation of the study, while leaving out that they mostly still worked for the same London-based hospital that shut down the work. Even though he knew he had no story, Glenn Frankel still wrote, “Charismatic Doctor at Vortex of Vaccine Dispute” anyway. He did not respond to Autism Investigated, of course. That’s because he was led by monopolist couple Bill and Melinda Gates, while writing favorably of Brian Deer making a parent talk to him by lying about his name.

The fake news was in anticipation of Melinda Gates joining the publisher’s board of directors two months later. She has personally slammed President Trump for speaking the facts on the vaccine-autism link during the 2016 election cycle. Bill Gates also called the 1998 study “absolutely fraudulent” and “a fake paper” based on the stolen medical records GlaxoSmithKline acquired of vaccine-injured kids. Those stolen medical records will be attached to his name for the rest of his life, along with his illegal monopoly. What do you expect from somebody who is advised directly by the rubella vaccine inventor who was secretly indemnified by the British government? Not much.

Expect even less from a “news”paper that hires Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig, who lies about her education. Her coverage of vaccines is determined by her college grudge against the editor for correcting her student newspaper lies.

Richard Horton is Thief-in-Chief of Medical Record-Stealing Journal

“The role of Brian Deer mystifies me. I agree with you that he has had access to many confidential documents, which seems surprising.” –Lancet editor Richard Horton in an email to a mother that he’d also leak to Sunday Times‘ reporter Brian Deer, who illegally acquired the medical records of her children.

In 2004, Lancet editor Richard Horton stated that Dr. Andrew Wakefield’s 1998 seminal paper on the vaccine-autism link should have dishonestly omitted disabled children’s adverse vaccine events from publication. He said this as he was colluding with the Royal Free Hospital to fabricate lies about the research by distorting medical records the hospital illegally leaked to opposition researcher Brian Deer. They subsequently got all the coauthors still working at the hospital to fraudulently retract the interpretation. They then had the article fully retracted in 2010 after getting the UK’s General Medical Council to sign on to the stolen medical record-based lies.

Then in 2012, the stolen medical record-based reasons stated for The Lancet‘s full retraction of the seminal autism-vaccine paper were overturned in court. So Autism Investigated demanded its editor and three most recent ombudsmen restore the article. In 2015, current ombudsman Malcolm Molyneux admitted to Autism Investigated that the basis of the retraction was not stated in the retraction. Ironically, he later asserted a “strong case” for retraction in his annual report. Of course it’s obvious he’s lying because his editor Richard Horton is telling him to, having colluded with Sir Mark Pepys who shut down that research and ousted its lead scientist.

In the “Ombudsman’s report for 2015,” current ombudsman of The Lancet Malcolm Molyneux wrote:

A surprising complaint received later in the year proposed that a research study that was published in The Lancet in 1998 and fully retracted in February, 2010, should be reinstated to the literature. My adjudication was that the argument for reinstatement of the paper, based on a case in the UK’s High Court brought by one of the paper’s authors, was not directly prejudicial to the strong case for the paper’s retraction. 

In reality, he admitted that the basis for the retraction could no longer be stated by the journal’s retraction statement:

Dear Mr Crosby,

Thank you for your letter of June 13, 2015, in which you request that the Lancet Editor reinstate the retracted paper Ileal-lymphoid-nodular-hyperplasia, non-specific colitis and pervasive developmental disorder in children.

In the retraction statement, the editors of The Lancet stated that “several elements of the 1998 paper by Wakefield et al are incorrect. In particular….’” The retraction then mentions the enrolment procedure and ethical clearance, but implies that there remain other elements on which the decision was based.

Having considered all of the relevant material, I can see no sufficient reason for reinstatement of the Wakefield paper. I do not believe that COPE’s guidelines have been violated by retraction of the paper in question, or by failure to reinstate it.

I do not believe there is justification for any further debate about this extensively discussed article.

Yours sincerely,

Prof Malcolm Molyneux, Lancet Ombudsman

If there was a “strong case” for retraction, Molyneux would be able to make it. Since there is actually no case, he cannot. The Lancet’s full retraction is as fraudulent as 10 of the 13 coauthors’ previous retraction also forced by Pepys and Horton.

Now the editor of the medical record-stealing medical journal has the gall to come to America in March. Let’s tell that medical record thief to his face that he’s not welcome in our country.

Jake Crosby Brings The Curtains Down on Gardiner Harris’ NYT Career

The New York Times‘ original pro-vaccine propagandist Gardiner Harris is out of a job. Were it not for Autism Investigated’s editor, Harris would still be cranking out vaccine propaganda at the newspaper. Now after a retracted story about a Trump appointee’s expensive curtains, Harris is gone. It was nine years in the making.

In 2010 Harris portrayed The Lancet‘s fraudulent censorship of the original autism-vaccine research as a scientific retraction. Autism Investigated’s editor launched a series of complaints to NYT. Two public editors, the standards editor and even the newspaper company’s chairman were informed about Harris’ distortions, conflicts of interest and appalling behavior towards parents. Then-public editor Clark Hoyt was forced to investigate after complaints were forwarded to the chairman Arthur Ochs-Sulzberger Jr. Then the standards editor Greg Brock got involved. After another slanted piece by Harris the following year, Autism Investigated’s editor sent complaints to public editor Arthur Brisbane that were forwarded again to Sulzberger. Harris’ vaccine defenses ended there.

Gardiner Harris was then sent to India as the paper’s “New Delhi Correspondent.” In 2015, he returned to the US as the newspaper’s White House Correspondent. It seemed to go well until Donald Trump was elected president.

The newspaper revealed a remarkable display of bias against Trump by Harris the month before the election. Harris credited his late journalist father with starting the tradition of making presidential candidates release their tax returns, something Trump declined to do. While Harris’ piece seemed like good propaganda to pump Hillary, it also meant that Harris could never remain White House Correspondent under a Trump Presidency. As soon as Trump was inaugurated, NYT reassigned Harris its “State Department Correspondent.” That didn’t help matters.

In 2017, Harris sent an email full of loaded questions to a foreign policy PAC founded by former UN Ambassador John Bolton. Harris accused Bolton of being willing to sacrifice millions of people for North Korean De-Nuclearization because he had expressed openness to preemptive action. In a great act of poetic justice, Bolton preemptively published Harris’ email for all to see. It wasn’t just the former UN ambassador Harris would misrepresent, but the one who President Trump appointed.

In September, Harris published an article titled, Nikki Haley’s View of New York Is Priceless. Her Curtains? $52,701. Unfortunately for Harris, those curtains were purchased under the previous presidential administration before Haley was ever appointed. The New York Times was forced to issue a retraction. Harris’ days at the paper became truly numbered.

Now Harris describes himself on Twitter as “Former health, South Asia, White House and diplomatic correspondent for The New York Times.” If he wasn’t taken off his original beat of spreading vaccine propaganda, he’d still be a current health correspondent. Autism Investigated’s editor has brought the curtains down on Gardiner Harris’ NYT career.

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.

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.”