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Jake Crosby Prevails Over Vaccination Troll-Led Twitter Suspension

“BrookeWinters33” account makes its tweets private when it realized its attempts to silence Autism Investigated failed.

10 years ago, there seemed to be some originality to neurodiversity activists’ pleas not to be considered “toxic.” After all, a huge part of their identity was that it was completely predetermined. You could watch their luminaries on national television and read about them in glossy magazines. But today, neurodiversity is dead and gone. It has been replaced with online trolls who conflate vaccine opposition with wanting people who have autism to die. Those trolls also just tried to get Autism Investigated’s editor a suspension from Twitter. They failed.

Imagine having a brain that writes that and then five months later writes this:

Needless to say, some humor at that account’s expense was in order.

The account that accused people of wishing death on others for having different opinions then demanded users report the editor.

“Brooke Winters” didn’t know what “she” was up against.

“12 hours” was then extended to “14 days.” Luckily, Autism Investigated’s official account was never suspended by Twitter despite “Brooke Winters'” efforts.

Autism Investigated’s editor appealed the suspension, sending “Brooke Winters'” June tweet accusing anti-vaccinationists of being death-wishers to Twitter Support. The next day, Twitter lifted the suspension with an apology to Autism Investigated’s editor.

Autism Investigated expects no apology from “Brooke Winters” for abusing Twitter’s community guidelines. “She” did exactly what “she” wanted to do. It just ended in failure, hardly surprising for someone who thinks conflating vaccine skepticism with death wishes is compelling.

It’s only compelling to people stupid enough to post lingerie selfies online and then beg followers to report retweets of those images. Unfortunately, that may be convincing enough for a scarily large number of people.

Mollie Tibbetts Retweeted Bizarre Pro-Vax Screed, Got Murdered by Illegal

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Mollie Tibbetts (RIP)

For over a year, Autism Investigated has covered the ironic trend of vaccine apologists defending illegal immigration. It is truly bizarre. These twisted people want you to submit to toxic vaccination as well as the largely illegal immigration that brings infectious disease to this country. As we now tragically see in yet another example, it also brings in murderers.

Mollie Tibbetts of University of Iowa, age 20, has been murdered by an illegal immigrant farm worker. The month before her death, she retweeted a tweet by one internet skank that became the subject of an Autism Investigated post.

Illegal immigration brings infectious diseases to America, just like her murderer. The left wants you to submit to toxic vaccination but completely ignore what brings diseases, crime and terrorism to western civilization.

If you’re against illegal immigration, you must be racist. If you’re against vaccines causing autism, you must be “ableist.” For parents to hope for anything more than a heartbeat in their children (as opposed to, say, speech) is inherently wrong. Tibbetts wasn’t the only psychology student indoctrinated this way.

And even if your child who developed autism from vaccines can speak a sentence, you still don’t want him growing up to be this guy:

Autism makes unwanted side-effects like Tarbox all the more likely.

THIN SKIN: Ruth “Roobs” Leiser Begs Followers To Report Meme

Roobs Leiser claimed the editor “dug through [her] socials.” The image of her that Autism Investigated used appears when you click on a top Google Image result.

(She probably meant panties.)

Autism Investigated recently took to task one of Kat Von D‘s biggest Twitter critics. Ruth “Roobs” Leiser was called out for accusing anti-vaccinationists and vaccine skeptics of wanting dead children.

Roobs responded by blocking Autism Investigated. She then clandestinely called on her followers to report Autism Investigated’s tweet about her (see above). The tweet Roobs is referring to is the editor’s tweet about Autism Investigated’s previous post.

Her equally shrill followers are complying as she individually thanks them for bravely reporting Autism Investigated’s meme. Autism Investigated’s response is at the end.

Let the games begin…

Fighting hate with the C-word

Because at least one of her supporters must have blue hair

How dare he use your lingerie selfie you posted of yourself everywhere!

I’m so desperate for your affection, I need to show you photographic proof.

Crocodile Tears

More Crocodile Tears

For the love of censorship

Autism Investigated’s Official Response

Ruth “Roobs” Finn Leiser and 100,000 Others Want Sudden Infant Deaths

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Photo Credit: Roobs Leiser’s Picta

This is to mock people who accuse anti-vaccinationists and vaccine skeptics of wanting children to die. Vaccinations not only cause autism, they cause SIDS and increase infant mortality.

After Kat Von D came out against vaccinations, a Scottish woman who takes lingerie internet selfies and who like everybody has heard of responded in bold defiance. Ruth “Roobs” Finn Leiser is, according to her Twitter bio: a “she/her. writer, feminist, founder of GRLCLB. fan of talking about mental/sexual health. also dogs. instagram: roobs_grlclb.” She doesn’t want children to die of diphtheria!

Instead, Leiser wants children to die sudden infant deaths before they could ever get diphtheria. And she got over 100,000 all-totally real Twitter accounts to agree with her.

After all, if someone disagrees with vaccines it’s like totally because they want children to die of diphtheria right? Because like herd immunity. So by that logic, it’s only rational to believe that Roobs wants children to be killed by vaccinations.

And Roobs is like totally real as well. This is totally not a gimmick to sell more tee-shirts and tote bags as she does on her website, now sold out for nothing to do with all the attention she’s gotten today. OMG!

All about that herd immunity guys.