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Rick Perry – Shadow Secretary of Health and Human Services

Secretary of Energy Rick Perry salutes with officers of the Public Health Service Commissioned Corps at the swearing-in of Admiral Brett Giroir, Dept of HHS

While the president’s hands are tied by the CDC vaccine chief’s brother, who is behind HHS appointments? A big clue came in the form of Brett Giroir’s appointment to Assistant Secretary for Health. As CEO of the Texas A&M Health Science Center, Giroir was appointed Director of the Texas Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response by then-Governor Perry. Guess who served on Giroir’s commission?

There he is!

Peter Hotez.

Hotez is the vaccine developer who has called Texans for Vaccine Choice “a hate group.” He is also coming out with a book denying his daughter’s vaccine injury. At the pediatricians’ annual legislative conference, he was praised by Giroir who said  “there are no [vaccine] safety issues, especially not autism.”

Governor Rick Perry has given that same opinion all the way back in 2011:

You heard the same arguments about giving our children protections from some of the childhood diseases, and they were.. autism was part of that. Now we’ve subsequently found out that was generated and not true.

That was all the way back when he was defending his decision to mandate the HPV vaccine Gardasil for Texas schoolgirls. That decision may very well explain the positions of other top officials at HHS. The Deputy FDA Commissioner during Gardasil’s FDA approval and the Deputy HHS Secretary who announced it are now the FDA Commissioner and the HHS Secretary.

ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR HEALTH ON VAX: “There are no safety issues.”

At the American Academy of Pediatrics’ (AAP) legislative conference, Assistant Secretary for Health and National Vaccine Program Director Brett Giroir said “there are no safety issues” with vaccines. He also told the academy of doctors who openly support the censorship of vaccine risks, “You have an ally in myself and everyone in the administration [on vaccines].”

Thanks to Dr. Sean Gallagher, @TheKidKidDoc, for informing Autism Investigated of this.

(To be fair, the president has said he supports vaccines while raising awareness about their dangers.)

Seems Giroir has a cozy relationship with the pharmaceutical industry, going back to when he headed the Texas A&M Health Science Center.

Including when it comes to vaccines.

He was run out of his post after 18 months, for his ties to industry.

Guess who Giroir also praised? None other than Peter “[you] are a hate group” Hotez:

The Department of Heath and Human Services runs the National Vaccine Program. The department denies any safety problems with vaccines. The department, therefore, cannot be trusted when it comes to vaccines. That’s why we need an independent vaccine safety commission!

And what exactly did Admiral Giroir mean by the AAP having an ally in the entire administration? Even cabinet members who have nothing to do with vaccines? The transportation secretary? The labor secretary? Or…

What the now-Secretary of Energy has to do with vaccines…

Stay tuned.

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”.