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Age of Autism Thinks Opposing Vaccines Is Misogynist

Age of Autism has taken its self-victimizing to a whole new level by alleging it is misogynist to use the label of “anti-vaxxer”:

The Misogyny of the Anti-Vaxxer Label

We look forward to the day that the institutional acceptance of misogyny toward women who speak out against vaccine injury and who have the courage to share their painful, personal stories of how vaccines harmed their children is cast aside. It’s about TIME.

Crying sexism over an issue that has nothing to do with gender equality is bad enough. Saying it is “misogynist” to use the anti-vaxxer label even worse.

They did not cause the massive declines in infectious diseases they supposedly prevent. They only cause new epidemics of autoimmune and other diseases.

Ask any of the so-called “vaccine safety advocates” like the Age of Autism folks or JB Handley about what a safe vaccine looks like, and they can’t tell you. They can’t describe a safe vaccine any more than they can describe love potion. There is no safe vaccine because there is not even a system in place that ensures safe vaccines, if such a process is realistic in the 21st century.

Vaccines will continue to hurt and kill kids as long as we don’t work to completely dismantle their reputation based on lies. Age of Autism is so determined to be pro-vaccine that it will call anyone suggesting otherwise a misogynist. One-third of its contributors are men anyway.

The bottom line is that Autism Investigated’s editor is a proud anti-vaxxer, and you should be one too.

Elizabeth Warren Wanted To Punch Polio Victim “In The Face”

Three years ago, fake Indian Senator Elizabeth Warren invoked the horrors of polio to push vaccines. Today, she’s claiming a long-deceased law professor “chased” her around an office – completely leaving out the fact that he was paralyzed by polio.

Senator Warren was one of four female senators – all Democrats – to talk about her story of alleged sexual harassment. Warren talked about how late Professor Eugene Smith was “trying to get his hands on me.” She even vowed she would “punch him in the face” if he did.

Isn’t polio supposed to be a serious disease? Why would a young law professor struggle to avoid being grabbed by a polio victim? This is also someone who Warren gave a eulogy for at his funeral.

And why is his disease not even worth being mentioned, even though Warren said three years ago that it “destroyed children’s futures?” It didn’t destroy Eugene Smith’s future enough to become a law professor, chase an able-bodied person around an office and get eulogized by her at his funeral anyway.

The same can never be said for the countless children poisoned into autism by vaccines. They will be institutionalized after their parents die, not accomplished law professors chasing their female colleagues around an office.

(H/t: Breitbart)

Addendum: Title and some words edited for emphasis.