Neuropath Doc: “Vaccines make children more intelligent.”

If you’re a doctor specializing in the brain and you’re already arguing that the people who make vaccines should determine if they’re safe, don’t make remarks like this:

Vaccines make children more intelligent.

It all began with an exchange on Twitter. The exchange started with neuropathologist Michael Paolini spouting the usual lie that all experts think vaccines are safe. He was promptly corrected.

That was when he dropped this gem.

The tweet drew much amusement.

His friends rushed to his defense, trying to explain it away.

The problem is that docs like Paolini are so biased when it comes to vaccination. It is hard to tell when they’re kidding or not.

Paolini is going to take his medical wisdom to Louisiana State University Health Science Center (sleuthing by NAMELY LIBERTY):

In July 2018, Dr. Michael Paolini will be joining us as Director of the Autopsy service and leader of Neuropathology diagnostic services. Michael completed his medical degree at Baylor College of Medicine where he also received a Master’s degree in Neuroscience. He completed his Anatomic Pathology residency and a two year fellowship in Neuropathology at Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education.

Don’t trust any autopsy from LSU after July, especially if it was on anyone who died from a vaccine.

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7 Thoughts on “Neuropath Doc: “Vaccines make children more intelligent.”

  1. Hans Litten on April 25, 2018 at 9:23 am said:

    Dr. Michael Paolini are you embarrassed at your own stupidity ?
    We are embarrassed for you !
    All those qualifications , did you buy them ? Doesnt look like you earned them ?
    Another pro-vaxx scoundrel .

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  3. Dorito Reiss on April 25, 2018 at 9:24 pm said:

    Vaccines make children customers for neuropathologists.

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