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Latino Actor Esai Morales Weighs Trump Vote Due To Vaccine Stance

WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 28:  Actor Esai Morales onstage during the 27th National Memorial Day Concert Rehearsals on May 28, 2016 in Washington, DC.  (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images for Capitol Concerts)

WASHINGTON, DC – MAY 28: Actor Esai Morales onstage during the 27th National Memorial Day Concert Rehearsals on May 28, 2016 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images for Capitol Concerts)

Puerto Rican-American television actor Esai Morales who played a Latino President on an HBO series told TMZ that he is considering a vote for Donald Trump. Morales’ reason? Trump’s suggestion that autism is caused by vaccinations, which Morales had spoken passionately about at an autism summit that was held last year.

At Give Autism A Chance 2015, Morales participated in a panel discussion that included former GOP congressman Dave Weldon and which was moderated by much-maligned British doctor Andrew Wakefield. There Morales took a very strong position both that vaccines cause autism and that this fact continues to be covered up by the federal government. He was also fully aware of the government scientist Dr. William Thompson who has spoken out about his colleagues hiding data, which Donald Trump has tweeted about.

Crooked Hillary Clinton, in stark contrast, takes the position that questioning vaccines is akin to questioning the color of the sky and the shape of the earth. Her running mate signed into law the mandate of an STD shot for sixth-graders and the now-disgraced chair of the Democratic National Committee said “any risk” from childhood vaccines has been “disproven”. She’s now an “honorary chair” of Crooked Hillary’s campaign. On vaccines, Crooked Hillary’s position could not be more different than Donald Trump’s.

Esai Morales told TMZ he was initially resistant to the idea of a Trump presidency, but would reconsider “because of his stance on vaccines”. The actor even hinted at a possible future endorsement, despite stopping short of one during the interview. Morales’ reconsideration would come as no surprise to anyone in attendance at the 2015 autism summit he expressed his outrage to, although he agreed with his interviewer that being Latino and supporting Trump was “odd”.

Nonetheless, polls and rally turnout both suggest otherwise. In fact, Trump outperforms the two previous GOP nominees for support among Latinos in the latest polls. And in the Republican National Convention which Autism Investigated live-streamed, signs reading “LATINOS PARA TRUMP” were common among the audience. Autism Investigated also witnessed firsthand numerous Latinos among the large crowd of supporters who showed up at a recent Trump rally in The Woodlands, TX. By all indicators, Trump appears to have attracted Latino supporters rather than alienate them.

In the brief TMZ interview, Esai Morales did acknowledge one strength of Trump’s that knows no party lines and that may help him more generally with Latinos: “He’s a showman, and we like our entertainment.” Like showmanship, Trump’s stance on vaccine safety has been yet another way for him to reach across the party divide to people who otherwise would not support him. Autism Investigated hopes Morales hops on the Trump Train to better the chances that the people behind the crooked vaccine program will soon hear those two well-deserved words: “You’re fired!”

Corrupt Kaine Mandated STD Shot For 6th-Graders After Merck Investment

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Crooked Hillary Clinton was just too embarrassed to pick Pocahontas for her running mate, so instead she picked Corrupt Tim Kaine: US Senator from Virginia and self-described “traditional” Catholic. As Governor of Virginia, Kaine signed into law a bill mandating human papillomavirus vaccination (HPV) for 6th-grade girls even though HPV is spread through sexual intercourse. The move came just months after Merck announced it would invest $57 million into its Virginia HPV vaccine facility. Over the years, Merck’s HPV vaccine Gardasil has come under fire for its terrible reputation of lacking in both efficacy and safety.

At the time of Merck’s announced investment, Kaine proclaimed: “This announcement not only increases Merck’s investment in Virginia, it provides a vital vaccine for women’s health.” Such a proclamation is totally devoid of evidence. While the vaccine does prevent HPV infections, it is yet to be determined whether it is actually effective at preventing the cervical cancer that is associated with the virus. The vaccine has also been associated with numerous deaths and debilitating disabilities in young women and girls.

On issues of vaccine safety, the presidential candidates from the two parties already could not be more different. In February 2015 just one day after the president denied vaccine dangers in an NBC interview, Crooked Hillary sent out a tweet belittling vaccine skeptics as being as delusional as denying the color of the sky or the shape of the earth. Then in September, Donald Trump became the very first candidate to speak out about vaccines causing autism in a presidential debate – a stark contrast to Crooked Hillary’s position.

Her selection of Tim Kaine marks not only a contrast of the parties’ presidential nominees, but also of their running mates. Donald Trump’s running mate Indiana Governor Mike Pence was so against an HPV vaccine mandate that he denounced legislation proposed by Democrat politicians last year on suspicion it could lead to a mandate. But when Senator Kaine was governor of Virginia, he signed into law a bill that did just that.

Kaine’s selection for VP by Crooked Hillary also marks a stark contrast between how both parties see vaccine mandates. After former Texas Governor Rick Perry signed into law an HPV vaccine mandate, he was met with scorn and condemnation by almost all his fellow Republican candidates in his 2012 presidential debate debut. He then sank from first place to fifth place in the polls, eventually dropping out after the second contest. But now on the Democrat side, a senator who did the same as governor is about to be nominated for the second-highest office in government.

Unlike the Republican National Convention, the Democratic National Convention will not be live-streamed at Autism Investigated. There is simply no point, unless as Donald Trump put it, “you want to hear the corporate spin, the carefully-crafted lies, and the media myths”.