DEPLORABLES PREVAIL!!!

WE DEPLORABLES DID IT! Watch President-Elect Donald Trump’s Victory Speech.

Below is Donald Trump’s statement on the vaccine-autism link at the second GOP Presidential Debate that led to Autism Investigated endorsing him for president earlier this year:

Autism has become an epidemic. Twenty-five years ago, 35 years ago, you look at the statistics, not even close. It has gotten totally out of control.

I am totally in favor of vaccines. But I want smaller doses over a longer period of time. Because you take a baby in — and I’ve seen it — and I’ve seen it, and I had my children taken care of over a long period of time, over a two or three year period of time.

Same exact amount, but you take this little beautiful baby, and you pump — I mean, it looks just like it’s meant for a horse, not for a child, and we’ve had so many instances, people that work for me.

Just the other day, two years old, two and a half years old, a child, a beautiful child went to have the vaccine, and came back, and a week later got a tremendous fever, got very, very sick, now is autistic.

I only say it’s not — I’m in favor of vaccines, do them over a longer period of time, same amount.

But just in — in little sections. I think — and I think you’re going to have — I think you’re going to see a big impact on autism.

We’re gonna MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!

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18 Thoughts on “DEPLORABLES PREVAIL!!!

  1. Eddie Unwind on November 9, 2016 at 10:23 pm said:

    Alex Jones was epic in the lead-up. For me, the greatest bit was where he spoke about how the Clinton gang ultimately don’t want to get away with their crimes. To paraphrase, something like “Oh I get it dumb asses, you do all this stuff but you don’t really want to get away with it, you want us to come after you, which is why you do more and more bad stuff, to urge us on. Well don’t worry dumb asses, we’re coming, and we’re gonna give it to you, good!”.

    • We sure gave it to ’em, didn’t we?

      • Eddie Unwind on November 10, 2016 at 9:53 pm said:

        Sure did, thus far at least…

        Crazy at the moment, but as much as anything else I would have thought it imperative that certain of Wikileaks’ less savoury revelations about the Clinton Foundation etc are forced out into the open (thereby, in turn, having any remaining ‘doubts’ as to their authenticity being done away with) in order that those protesting on her behalf have their position irrevocably compromised.

  2. Hans Litten on November 10, 2016 at 1:43 pm said:

    How can we get Trump to talk more on the issue now ?
    We need to strike while the iron is hot . And before the Pharma thieves try to shut him down !

    • There can be no doubt on their depravity and lack of regard for children, a la Podesta files. That they could not care less about children and may sadistically enjoy having them harmed, even through “public health” mandates seems obvious, sadly. I hope there are more whistleblowers from the CDC etc.

  3. I am elated about our new President-elect. However, I was struggling to stay awake at 1:00 am, and finally had to go to sleep, without knowing for sure if Mr. Trump had won in Wisconsin, and in Michigan and Pennsylvania, or if somehow the vote and election would be shifted in Hillary’s favor. I think Baron is adorable, and watching him on the video, I see only an extremely exhausted, well-dressed, young man, fighting to stay awake, and struggling to remain in an upright position, despite desperately wanting (and needing) to lay down and go to sleep in a comfy bed somewhere, or even lay down right on the hard flooring of the stage and fall asleep, while simultaneously needing to remain on stage, standing, next to his father, our next President —- Yay!!! (Sorry, couldn’t help myself.) Young boys most definitely need their sleep.

  4. Hans Litten on November 11, 2016 at 1:56 pm said:

    http://westernsentinel.com/kremlin-turmoil-clinton-foundation-ceo-requests-urgent-immediate-asylum/

    I have been keeping up with missing CEO Eric Braverman of the Clinton Foundation. It was first reported that he had taken refuge at the Russian Embassy in New York seeking asylum.

  5. Hans Litten on November 11, 2016 at 1:57 pm said:

    http://govtslaves.info/ceo-of-clinton-foundation-appears-to-be-in-fbi-custody/

    Eric Braverman was made the CEO of the Clinton Foundation in 2013, this report explains, after Hillary Clinton’s daughter, Chelsea, “declared war” on this criminal enterprise after stunning details emerged showing her father, former President Bill Clinton, had raised over $1 billion though the foundation to rebuild 100 villages in India, but only spent $53 million with him and his wife, Hillary Clinton, pocketing the rest.

  6. Doug Troutman on November 12, 2016 at 8:40 pm said:

    Now I hope Trump can drain the swamp at the CDC. They should be looking at how to help the kids instead of covering up their crimes.

  7. Anonymous on November 13, 2016 at 12:55 am said:

    People like old rockin Dave at RI really need to get the fuck over their “uniqueness.”

  8. Media Scholar on November 14, 2016 at 2:18 pm said:

    If you watched Trump on Sixty Minutes with Leslie Stahl, he made it quite clear he is not going to prosecute Hillary Clinton.

    “She did some bad things. I don’t want to her them. I don’t want to hurt them.”They’re good people, I don’t want to hurt them.”

    If you flash back to a time prior to the passage of the “Combating Autism Act”, Donald Trump, a powerful NBC star, came on “Imus In The Morning”. He URGED Don Imus to have Hillary Clinton on his show to talk about “her” Combating Autism Act, allowing her to pander to the entire Autism community locked on Imus because of his ‘out-spoken’ defense of families with Thimerosal-poisoned children.

    As you can see HERE: https://youtu.be/SFexBlk4g0g

    Don Imus told a guest AFTER Trump appeared, he was NOT going to allow Clinton on his show for both personal reasons and the fact that she PUSHED for ‘multiple vaccines for these kids that contain Thimerosal’.

    Why was Donald Trump pushing Don Imus to have Hillary Clinton on his show? Other powerful members of Congress had appeared and they all claimed the Combating Autism Act would provide money to do the research needed to understand how the vaccines Hillary pushed on kids hurt some neurologically.

    Don refused, and while it is NOT clear Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both attacked Don Imus, the next available insult (a insensitive remark about female basketball players) IMUS made THAT SAME DAY was used to oust Imus off the air. A parade of NBC stars led the charge to silence Don Imus.

    Don never talked about Thimerosal-poisoned kids after this.

    So seeing President-elect Trump back-pedal out of prosecuting Hillary Clinton on another charity-related matter, means Donald Trump has NEVER forsaken his close relationship to the Clinton’s and proves his own presidential candidacy is designed to prevent families harmed by Clinton’s insane vaccination program find ANY kind of justice.

    As we all know, the entire justice system, D.C. lobbying system, mainstream media, and establishment politicians colluded to BAN financial compensation for negative neurological outcomes from Clinton’s ill-fated, ultra-aggressive infant and toddler vaccination campaign.

    She did claim during her campaign (at the debates) that she helped resolve a problem they were having with dosages of children’s medicines. Having monitored Clinton for so long, it is obvious Hillary was covertly referring to vaccines loaded with ethylmercury.

    It is estimated that Trump has no intention of uncovering the shroud of secrecy which lies atop a generation of children neurologically-harmed by Hillary Clinton’s ignorant vaccine zealotry.

    We see the familiar “that was then, but we know so much more now” rationalization so often used to justify the continued disabling of our people.

    Not once did Donald Trump pledge to find the truth. Not once did Donald Trump rail against Hillary Clinton for mercury poisoning tens of thousands of American infants and toddlers, perhaps even his own beloved Baron.

    The fact that Trump has no sense of outrage, he has no sense of families STILL crying for just compensation for their kids, even when his own child is highly likely one of many, means he’s completely satisfied with the level of just compensation he has received.

    The Combating Autism Act made instant millionaires out a select few in the Autism-mercury community. It enriched the lives of crooked researchers such as Poul Thorsen, William Thompson, and others. It provided hundreds of thousands of tax payer dollars for lobbyists, mass media across the spectrum, yet afforded no truth or understanding.

    I’d like to believe Donald Trump is our best hope, but unfortunately, pretending to combat Autism is a greater plague than forking out money to the victims and their families directly. Trump is part of the problem, and not the cure.

    Expect nothing from Donald Trump. He belongs to the long line of limousine elites, who drive around the New York night looking for their next charity check.

  9. Media Scholar on November 14, 2016 at 11:20 pm said:

    Forking out compensation to families directly is NOT a plague. However, to the average American having to pay for all of the damage done to a generation of our children, it rightly seems so.

    The plague is the enormous amount of U.S. tax dollars spent to combat Autistic children and their families. Any parent with an affected child knows all about the absolute contempt the ignorant public citizen has for what’s truly happened to our children. They would NEVER trust CNN, FOX NEWS, etc. to deliver the truth about Donald Trump, but when it comes to believing pre-fabricated, fraudulent “Autism” research bought and paid for with government hush money, they’re usually all-in.

    Calling upon Trump to right the injustice done to so many American families, who thought they were doing the right thing by having their infants and toddlers vaccinated, is asking a man up to his eyeballs in litigation to ignore the alligators ripping apart his flesh long enough to change things for others.

  10. Doug Troutman on November 15, 2016 at 1:54 am said:

    Excellent points Media Scholar. I knew what would happen if the witch was elected and I am hopeful that Mr. Trump will do the right thing for the injured children.

  11. Media Scholar on November 16, 2016 at 9:22 pm said:

    Reader,

    All of the best inside dope I could find was Dr. Ben had been offered the Secretary of Education cabinet position.

    Having medical credentials is not a prerequisite for service as Secretary of Health and Human Services. The last physician to lead HHS was Louis Wade Sullivan, who served during the George H. W. Bush administration from 1989 to 1993. Immediately prior to Sullivan, Otis Bowen, a medical doctor/politician served during the Ronald W. Reagan administration.

    Carson might make sense as Secretary of Health and Human Services except he stated he does not want to be considered for any cabinet position because he doesn’t feel qualified for a position in the federal government. (Uh, he was running for U.S. President, right?!?!?)

    Ron Paul, a medical doctor, would be a viable HHS Secretary or Centers For Disease Control and Prevention director.

    Yet, whoever does serve in either HHS or CDC is likely to be impressed with the mantra of any Autism research must not find a conclusive link to vaccination. All Autism research involving vaccines and Thimerosal must be done in a way that does not bring negative attention to the on-going federal vaccination partnership with the vaccine-manufacturing drug giants.

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