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Meghan McCain Thinks Vaccine-Murdered Children’s Lives Are Worthless

Internal Wyeth memo calls for dispersing vaccine lots to hide clusters of Sudden Infant Death

She’s at it again! Meghan McCain has returned to channel GlaxoSmithKline, which hijacks the suffering of cancer patients to hock deadly vaccines to kids.

Autism Investigated never gave them cancer or measles, Meghan. But you have a point, you cannot spread the measles or get cancer if you were murdered by a vaccine company. That’s a solid argument. Now go back to citing the “journalist” who lied that your husband’s dead employee died because she didn’t get a flu shot. You’re only famous because of who you’re related to anyway.

Mark Green Turns Yellow: Denies Vaccines Cause Autism Post-Complaint

Congressman and ER Dr. Mark Green, markgreen4tn.com

Following a vaccine troll‘s medical board complaint against the ER doctor and congressman from Tennessee, Rep. Mark Green released a statement saying he believes the CDC and FDA’s lies about vaccines after meeting with them. Following his election to Congress in 2018, he said he will stand up to the CDC and ask for the real data on vaccines. Autism Investigated even contacted his office and offered to meet with him at the time.

But Rep. Green came under fire from Tennessee’s baby-killing Senior Senator Lamar Alexander, who insisted vaccines were safe. He then invited teenage vaccine propaganda prop Ethan Lindenberger to testify against his mother for not vaccinating him at a Senate HELP Committee hearing. After that, Alexander coauthored a pro-vaccine op-ed in The Tennessean with just-elected Senator Marsha Blackburn. Before Green was elected to Congresss, Blackburn was the congressional representative for his district. Now Green is claiming to trust the CDC after meeting with CDC, go figure…

In response to Alexander and Blackburn’s op-ed, Autism Investigated submitted a letter to the editor but it was never published. It pointed out how Lamar Alexander allowed the vaccine industry to murder infants in his home state when he was Governor of Tennessee. The proof is in an internal memo of Wyeth in which the company agreed to disperse vaccine lots across geographic areas to hide that vaccines cause Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). The memo is reproduced below and was uncovered by the late journalist Dan Olmsted.


As an ER doctor, Mark Green knows his colleagues have to deal with the mess caused by vaccine companies like Wyeth. Instead of having the courage to clean it up, Mark Green has turned yellow and swept it under the emergency room curtains.

Lamar Alexander Let Vaccine Company Murder Infants in His Home State

The Tennessean ran a pro-vaccine op-ed last month by Senators Lamar Alexander and Marsha Blackburn. In response, Autism Investigated’s editor submitted a letter to the editor reproduced below. The letter was never published.

Senators Lamar Alexander and Marsha Blackburn have published an op-ed repeating the famous cliché “Vaccines save lives.” Yet when Alexander was Governor of Tennessee, vaccine makers actively tried to hide evidence of vaccination’s role in the deaths of Tennessean infants. In an internal memo of the pharmaceutical company Wyeth (now part of Pfizer), company employees are encouraging the deliberate dispersal of different vaccine lots to different geographic areas. Their reasoning was to make it harder for clusters of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) cases to be linked to a particular lot of vaccine, citing a vaccine-associated SIDS cluster in Tennessee. The memo is dated August 27, 1979 and was sent just months after Governor Alexander took office.

The unnecessary injuries and deaths from vaccination at that time were thanks to nationwide adoption and enforcement of state vaccine mandates in the late seventies. Due to the disastrous policies of states like Alexander’s, Congress indemnified vaccine manufacturers from all liability leading to the problems we have today.

Since then, Lamar Alexander’s Senate Majority Leader and fellow Tennessean Senator Dr. Bill Frist tried to indemnify makers of the mercury-based vaccine preservative thimerosal on the premise of homeland security. Curiously, one of the federal government’s original thimerosal defenders Dr. Robert Davis became a coveted “Governor’s Chair” at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center the year Senator Alexander become ranking member of the Senate HELP Committee. Dr. Davis coauthored an abstract summary obtained through FOIA of research linking thimerosal to autism and other disorders.

Watch Dr. Peter Aaby’s lecture below about how the DTP vaccine is now killing infants in Africa.

Oppose Vaccination Entirely Since Proponents Call for Cover-up

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Hear it from the very words of the vaccine people/medical establishment on what to do with evidence of their product’s assault on kids:

Lancet editor on not publishing vaccine injuries on pretense that they’re by expert witnesses in litigation, 2004:

“But had we known about the conflict of interest, with hindsight, we would have asked for this to be omitted.”

Complaint against Lancet authors to UK’s General Medical Council, demanding it single out the lead author for criticizing a vaccine:

I submit that on a matter as serious as the safety of a vaccine, touching on the health of millions of children, and affecting parental decisions of the utmost seriousness, Mr Wakefield was under an absolute duty to make the true position clear, with regard to both his involvement in the litigation and the litigant status of children upon whom he purported to derive findings.

General Medical Council’s 2010 “findings” against Lancet paper authors, based on 2005 charges:

You knew or ought to have known that your reporting in the Lancet paper of a temporal link between the syndrome you described and the MMR vaccination, Admitted and found proved i. had major public health implications, Admitted and found proved ii. would attract intense public and media interest, Admitted and found proved

Paul Offit in NY Times, 2018:

Dr. Offit says that researchers should handle findings differently when there’s a chance they might frighten the public. He thinks that small, inconclusive, worrying studies should not be published because they could do more harm than good.

That same article (boldface mine):

This is not to say that anyone is covering up major safety problems, by the way…

There’s no question that bad vaccine science does not deserve a forum — and much of the research cited by anti-vaccine activists is very bad indeed.

WHO adviser John Clements on thimerosal (Simpsonwood, 2000):

“perhaps this study should not have been done at all…the research results have to be handled”

David Gorski, a.k.a. “Orac” agreeing with Clements’ keeping results out of the hands of lawyers for vaccine injured children, 2005:

Dr. Clements was just expressing a quite reasonable fear that lawyers will use very preliminary and unconfirmed studies for their own ends, which is what they do indeed routinely do. Such a concern was not at all unreasonable and is still not unreasonable.

Forbes 2015 headline:

Anti-Vaccine Doctors Should Lose Their Licenses 

And just look at this internal pharma company memo from 1979:

After the reporting of the SID cases in Tennessee, we discussed the merits of limiting distribution of a large number of vials from a single lot to a single state, county or city health department and obtained agreement from the senior management staff to proceed with such a plan. 

What did they get in exchange for murdering infants? Total immunity from litigation!

Should we support any vaccines when their proponents continue to openly censor evidence that they assault and murder kids? Or should we oppose vaccination entirely?

Autism Investigated is going with the latter.

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.

Nobel Prize-Winning HIV Discoverer Dr. Luc Montagnier for President Donald Trump’s Vaccine Safety Commission

Dr. Montagnier, Informare x Resistere

Please do not vaccinate before the age of 2. – Dr. Luc Montagnier, “New Frontiers of Biology,” Rome, Italy, March 2, 2018

Autism Investigated supports the creation of a Vaccine Safety Commission by President Trump and endorses Dr. Montagnier for appointment to that commission. The endorsement follows drop-out monopolist Bill Gates’ attacks on the president’s knowledge of HIV and HPV viruses.

Not only is Dr. Montagnier the ultimate authority on HIV, he is also very aware of the dangers of vaccination. At the March conference New Frontiers of Biology in Rome, he discussed numerous injuries to children that vaccinations are responsible for including autism, multiple sclerosis and sudden infant death.

The commission needs to be set up and Dr. Montagnier must be offered a seat on it. President Trump must listen to experts like him, not unethical business people like Gates who didn’t even finish college. President Trump also needs to listen to vaccine-autism scientist Dr. Andrew Wakefield and reject his overt censorship by U.K. medical authorities, endorsed by American doctors. Highlights from Dr. Montagnier’s Rome talk along with his interview in Dr. Wakefield’s documentary Vaxxed are reproduced below.

Highlights

Vaccines can make Dengue Fever a deadlier disease.

 

Hepatitis B vaccine causes Multiple Sclerosis.

 

Vaccinations cause sudden infant death.

 

Interview on vaccines causing autism from Vaxxed.

Dr. Boyd Haley on Deletions from Kennedy’s Book: “Those were the most important chapters for the American people to see.”

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By Jake Crosby

Mercury toxicity expert and chemistry professor emeritus Dr. Boyd Haley has joined Dr. Andrew Wakefield as yet another prominent scientist who has spoken out against the censorship of book chapters by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

Though Age of Autism quoted Dr. Haley as supporting Kennedy in the wake of much media criticism, he was not aware Kennedy chopped chapters including those on autism from his book when speaking to Age of Autism.

“I was just recently made aware of this,” he said. “Needless to say this is very disappointing news.”

“I’m just dramatically disappointed,” Dr. Haley later reiterated again concerning the removal of chapters and sections from Kennedy’s book, Thimerosal: Let the Science Speak. “There was no reason to take chapters out.”

Referring to the excuse cited in The Washington Post that sections of the book were “too combustible,” Dr. Haley responded: “I think that’s a weak excuse. It’s supposed to be a combustible book.”

Dr. Haley went on, “I’m really kind of in shock. It never crossed my mind he’d [Kennedy’d] take those chapters out.” Noting he played a major role in assisting Kennedy with his book, Dr. Haley also stated, “He never consulted with me before he did.”

Regarding the chapters Kennedy took out, Dr. Haley said: “Those were the most important chapters for the American people to see.”

He noted, however, that the issue of thimerosal concerned more than just autism: “Sweden’s Sudden Infant Death Syndrome rate went down after thimerosal was taken out.”

Quantifying the scope of infant death rates in the US, Dr. Haley said, “If we had Sweden’s [death rate], we’d have 16,000 less [infants] die,” per year.

Dr. Haley was also perplexed about Dr. Mark Hyman who convinced Kennedy to strike chapters:

“I don’t know Hyman at all.”

Dr. Haley was also shocked to learn that one of Kennedy’s ghostwriters Adam Hadhazy previously defended thimerosal, asking:

“Why would he hire someone like that to ghostwrite his book?”

Referring to the Washington Post article interviewing Kennedy and Hyman, Dr. Haley said he was most disappointed in how they responded to claims that autism went up as thimerosal was removed:

“That’s a huge mistake to say autism went up as thimerosal was taken out,” he stated. “They don’t have data [on children born] past 2002. The shelf life of some of those vaccines is five years.”

He further noted that thimerosal remains in flu vaccines given to infants and pregnant women, acknowledging that unpublished data from a CDC-commissioned study showed prenatal thimerosal exposure increased risk for regressive ASD 8-fold.

Haley concluded, “If you can’t counter that argument, then you’re not making an argument. You’re shooting from the hip.”

He also said of the CDC’s autism surveillance, “It’s not accurate, and it’s not a well-designed system.” Indeed, it does not track the same regions, nor can its estimates be generalized to the rest of the country.

Pointing out more generally that CDC is not credible and often lies, Dr. Haley noted, “These people play fast and loose with the facts. The real problem we have is that they’re not honest people.”

Then referring to his issues with autism organizations in general and of Autism Investigated’s coverage of some of those groups, he said:

“I get so frustrated working with autism groups. You shed a lot of light on it.”

Just before word broke that Kennedy pulled the chapters, Dr. Haley said Kennedy called him asking if he knew of a study from Iceland that supposedly proved thimerosal did not cause autism. Dr. Haley said he hadn’t seen it and neither had Kennedy, “but he sounded convinced by it,” Dr. Haley told me. Kennedy did not reveal to Dr. Haley who told him about it, though someone close to Kennedy is apparently working hard to make him doubt that thimerosal causes autism.

Yet a study from Denmark published last year showed a decline in autism after thimerosal’s removal. One of the authors on that study was copied on an email exchange a decade earlier noting the prevalence and incidence was declining. This exchange was discussed in one of the autism chapters Kennedy took out of his book, titled  “Autism Rates Decline When Thimerosal Exposure Levels Are Reduced.”

Dr. Haley stated that Kennedy’s book should have been a call to action for the removal of thimerosal, but believed that to be undermined by Kennedy’s new decision to strike the chapters and backtrack from his position that thimerosal causes autism.

Towards the end of the conversation, Dr. Haley promised:

“I’ll support you in what you’re trying to do.”

Jake Crosby is editor of Autism Investigated. He is a 2011 graduate of Brandeis University with a Bachelor of Arts in both History and Health: Science, Society and Policy and a 2013 graduate of The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services with a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology. He currently attends the University of Texas School of Public Health where he is studying for a Ph.D. in Epidemiology.