FAKE NEWS: FOUR VACCINE LIES FROM SCIENCE MAGAZINE

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Science Magazine is fake science news and lies routinely about vaccine safety like the rest of the damn mainstream media and major science journals. Here’s four examples from their dishonest post “Four vaccine myths and where they come from” by one of their hired liars Lindzi Wessel. Autism Investigated will not refute all the lies because there are too many, just the major ones below.

“False: Vaccinations can cause autism”

Citing further concerns about ethics and misrepresentation, The Lancet retracted the paper in 2010. Shortly after, the United Kingdom’s General Medical Council permanently pulled Wakefield’s medical license.

The truth is, all those findings against Wakefield and his paper were completely overturned in a court decision that said the GMC used “faulty reasoning” and came to “wrong conclusion”(s). Even The Lancet acknowledges this.

[Brian] Hooker reanalyzed the data in 2014 and claimed CDC had hidden evidence that the vaccine could increase autism risk in black boys. In fact, CDC noted in the paper that rates of vaccination in the oldest age group were slightly higher in kids with autism.

Wait, what about for black kids? The CDC didn’t cover up effects for race because they reported effects for age? That’s a logical conclusion to draw, according to Science Magazine?

“False: Mercury in vaccines acts as a neurotoxin”

Science Magazine completely dismisses Kennedy’s damning Deadly Immunity article of mercury in childhood vaccinations. The excuse was the ghostwritten retraction by the pedophile-defending Salon.com site. Science never went into the details of the retraction because it would show it to be worthless.

Science Magazine continued:

In 2001, well before Kennedy’s article or his related book, thimerosal was removed from all childhood vaccines in the United States except multidose vials of flu vaccine.

What it left out was that in 2004 those flu vaccines were recommended for pregnant women in the first trimester of pregnancy, which has since been linked to autism. It then went on to characterize autism declining post-thimerosal removal in Denmark as a “misinterpretation of epidemiogical data.” Actually, it’s seen in a graph of epidemiological data:

“False: Mercury in vaccines acts as a neurotoxin”

Remarkably, this entire section didn’t focus on work of any other doctor or scientist. It was merely an attack on the physician-son team Dr. Mark and David Geier, taking as gospel smears from the Institute of Medicine and the Maryland Board of Physicians. The Institute of Medicine was revealed in Kennedy’s own article as coming to a foregone conclusion about thimerosal being safe, and being paid to do so. The Maryland Board of Physicians was successfully sued by the Geiers for intentionally violating their confidentiality. Dr. Geier has also responded to the allegations publicly.

Will Science condemn hormones and genital mutilation for “transgender” autists and acknowledge that there are only two genders? Doubtful.

“False: Spreading out vaccines can be safer for kids”

This section is entirely based on the talking points of millionaire vaccine industrialist Paul Offit. He is not only conflicted, but is also an unhinged maniac who said children can safely receive 10,000 vaccines at once. There is no comparison between a vaccine which contains loads of toxic ingredients injected directly into the body and antigens blocked by the human body’s natural defenses.

There is no room for the benefit of the doubt with Lindzi Wessel and Science Magazine. They are simply lying, along with the rest of the mainstream fake news.

Please form that vaccine safety commission soon, President Trump. We need it now more than ever.

UPDATE: Autism Investigated Video!

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17 Thoughts on “FAKE NEWS: FOUR VACCINE LIES FROM SCIENCE MAGAZINE

  1. Hans Litten on May 2, 2017 at 10:21 pm said:

    Is it true that Dr. Antonietta M. Gatti was threatened with career termination after the vaccine contaminants revelations paper ? Does anyone know ?

  2. Doug Troutman on May 3, 2017 at 1:00 am said:

    They always attack the truth tellers. I guess if merthiolate is safe I wonder why they banned the topical use of it. Going by the Danish study every body should bathing in it.

  3. MI Dawn on May 3, 2017 at 11:54 am said:

    Sad, Jake. Really sad. First of all, there are no single-dose vaccines – not even the flu vaccine – that contains thimerosal. And you really should be adult enough to use the correct term, instead of “mercury”, which in its elemental state was never in vaccines anyway.

    As for your other points…well, they are as well documented as anything else you have written about. To say, not at all. Your writings would be a disgrace to an eighth grader told to write a research paper, much less a doctoral student in any discipline.

    And, btw…don’t try to change my words. I’m cross-posting this comment on RI, just in case you don’t have the nerve to approve it or try to alter it.

    • Pedantic semantics, that would be the best you got.

    • Lucretia on May 3, 2017 at 2:23 pm said:

      Should you not be happy that the word mercury was used?

      The thimerosal in vaccines has been scientifically proven to be way more toxic and persistent in the brain. You know what study I am talking about don’t you MI Dawn?

      In other words, when you defend thimerosal in vaccines you are knowingly lying to intentionally poison humans. Your lies are easily demonstrated in published science.

      What do you have to say to these accusations?

      Crickets would be my guess.

      • MI Dawn on May 4, 2017 at 1:27 pm said:

        Nope, sorry. No crickets. However, since I work for a living and have a life outside dealing with Jake’s confabulations, I didn’t see this right away.

        And no, thimerosal has not been proven as “way more toxic and persistent in the brain”. I’d love to see your link – was it Geiers, who lied, or one of the other quacks? How come you don’t link to the full Rhesus monkey study that shows that isn’t so? After all, the anti-vaxxers were so excited by the preliminary study that seemed to support their ideas, but they got terribly quiet when the full study didn’t. Real studies show that thimerosal is broken down quickly and excreted with no issues. But feel free to link to your proofs.

        I’m not lying, my dear. I’m of the generation where we got a LOT more thimerosal in our bodies through open wounds (Merthiolate was very popular, and we also played with it, painting our faces and bodies to play Indians). We also played with elemental mercury in labs and when home thermometers broke.

        Enjoy your work.

        • We’re clearly not talking about the same substance.

        • Lucretia on May 5, 2017 at 8:21 pm said:

          Must be nice to be able to keep your job and not have to retire in your prime.

          Before you try to wave your shill wand and make the facts disappear there is something you should know.

          RFK Jr. called Paul Offit on the telephone. He asked him about the safety of thimerosal. Paul Offit referenced the study about faster excretion. RFK Jr. asked him about the Burbacher study. Well, umm, uhhh. Get it? RFK Jr. said something to this effect,
          He knew that he was lying and he knew that I knew that he was lying, and that made me very angry.

          http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/study-shows-ethylmercury-used-in-vaccines-ends-up-in-the-brain-of-primates-environmental-journal-puts-happy-spin-on-results-says-national-autism-association-naa-54
          MeHg has always been widely hailed as the greater of two evils, pushing
          ethylmercury out of the limelight as “most toxic.” Burbacher’s study, however,
          proves ethylmercury is more damaging because it crosses the blood-brain
          barrier at a quicker rate than MeHg. Once in the brain, ethylmercury converts
          to what’s called “inorganic” mercury — the more toxic form — and is unable
          to be excreted.

          In the actual study, Burbacher states: “There was a much higher proportion
          of inorganic Hg [mercury] in the brain of Thimerosal infants than MeHg infants
          (up to 71% vs. 10%). Absolute inorganic Hg concentrations in the brains of the
          Thimerosal-exposed infants were approximately twice that of the MeHg infants.”

  4. Doug Troutman on May 3, 2017 at 7:51 pm said:

    Didn’t they take Burbachers monkeys away because they didn’t like the results?

    • MI Dawn on May 4, 2017 at 1:27 pm said:

      Yeah the ant-vaxxers didn’t like the full study results because they didn’t show what the preliminary tests did.

      • “didn’t like the full study results because they didn’t show what the preliminary tests did.” – pretty much sums up all the vaccine industry’s studies.

      • Lucretia on May 5, 2017 at 10:01 pm said:

        Anti vaxxers? Quacks?

        When your argument fails just paint everyone with the same brush huh?

        By your logic anyone who turns down one vaccine but accepts all the others is an anti vaxxer. Anyone who questions the schedule is a quack. This is why people are becoming so vaccine hesitant. Because people like you MI Dawn are telling easily demonstrated lies instead of using science and rational debate. I will give you the most shining example of why you are not to be trusted in regards to science.

        The science is settled, there is no debate to have, and so on.

        Are these not the most unscientific statements one could possibly make? Science is never settled. That is how we all know you guys are lying. Just like we all know vaccines cause autism. You can stare at the data and hope it goes away but like they said at the Simpsonwood conference.

        We just can’t make it go away.

  5. Doug Troutman on May 5, 2017 at 2:17 am said:

    I know an old oral surgeon who told me he used to swab merthiolate all over peoples mouths. Then one day they were told not to do that anymore. Wonder why? Why does the medical establishment call poisonings different diseases or syndromes?

  6. Lucretia on May 6, 2017 at 12:15 am said:

    I would love to see multiple sites put up RFK Jrs powerful article Deadly Immunity. Salon was beaten in to submission and retracted it, Rolling Stone I believe made it through the onslaught, the same onslaught that Robert De Niro faced with the Tribeca debacle.

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