(Here is a reminder about William Thompson’s confact info:, (404) 498-3845 (office), (404) 226-8428 (cell). Here is his attorney’s email, too: The journal likely to publish Thompson’s paper can be reached at, 202-334-2679)

When I called the office of Congressman Mark Meadows and urged that he subpoena then-CDC whistleblower William Thompson on vaccine-autism research fraud, I was sure to remind them that Donald Trump believes vaccines cause autism. “That’s a good point,” the staffer on the other end of the line told me.

That was over a month ago – before Donald Trump became the GOP’s nominee for president of the United States.

How ironic for him to win the nomination on the eve of Thompson’s extremely dishonest and contradictory report in which he is expected to recant and say autism diagnoses caused vaccinations instead of the vaccinations causing autism. For over eight years, Donald Trump has spoken out in support of children who were injured by vaccines and descended into autism and was the first person ever to do so in a presidential debate. When Thompson first released his statement on CDC omitting evidence vaccines were causing autism in African-American children, Donald Trump tweeted the following statements:

Trump has even said what he would do about the vaccine problem as president, 2 years before he even announced he was running:

Who knows what – if anything – could convince Thompson to pull his sham paper and go back to fighting for kids. If Donald Trump (now ahead of Crooked Hillary according to the latest poll) winning the Republican Party’s nomination for president of the United States won’t do it, it is hard to imagine what will besides Trump becoming president.

Regardless, it is pertinent to remind both Thompson and his lawyer Frederick Morgan of this. I emailed Morgan earlier today to remind him that Trump could win the nomination in a matter of hours, and he did by a landslide.

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  1. Hans Litten on May 4, 2016 at 5:04 am said:

    they have spent nearly 2 years “turning” Thompson , will they be able to do the same to Trump ?

  2. Hans Litten on May 7, 2016 at 5:24 am said:

    The CIA Coined the Term “Conspiracy Theorist“ in 1967. Specifically, in April 1967, the CIA wrote a dispatch which coined the term “conspiracy theories” … and recommended methods for discrediting such theories. The dispatch was marked “psych” – short for “psychological operations” or disinformation – and “CS” for the CIA’s “Clandestine Services” unit.

    To this day “Conspiracy Theorist” has been the “gold standard” for those in the Media and Government to try and control the narrative with it’s use. (~pj)

  3. Eddie Unwind on May 8, 2016 at 7:07 am said:

    Hans, that’s a truly curious piece of information.

    It stands to reason that the CIA would set into motion something that casts anyone who queried their clandestine activities in the pejorative. Brilliant! It’s truly sad to reflect just how well this otherwise ludicrously transparent ploy has worked upon society in general.

    But then again, it’s really just a variation on a theme of a commonly observed fact summed up by Schopenhauer, who wrote something to the effect that eight-tenths of society will accept something as true only upon the word of authority that it is true (i.e. whether it actually be true or not is irrelevant), whereas the remaining two-tenths do not require the word of authority to believe something to be true. Like the fellow who picks up a magazine, reads it and thinks ‘Hmm, makes sense, but what kind of paper is this written on?’ (incidentally, I know a well-known surgeon who did just that!).

    The media are, of course, the collective’s authority. So, get the figure of authority-abiding ignorance down to seven-tenths, and in turn, the latter up to three-tenths, and we would probably have real progress (at least in my opinion).

  4. Lucy on May 9, 2016 at 1:11 pm said:

    When is this paper supposed to be coming out? Do you know?

  5. Hans Litten on May 9, 2016 at 4:15 pm said:

    Hey Paul Offit – read the comments on that PETITION (feel the love Paul)


    My bet is that AOA will bury it (Olmsted-Blaxhill)
    Jake ?
    Thinking Moms Rev ? Are you going to back this ?

    And then all the natural health sites – they have ALL been advised . BACK THIS CAMPAIGN

  6. Hans Litten on May 10, 2016 at 3:00 pm said:

    One of the funniest things I’ve ever seen…
    Look up #panran
    When the Vaxxed team showed up at Pan’s office yesterday, he ran like a coward…all caught on video.
    I’m amazed at his confidence and integrity. If he’s so confident in his actions, and his acceptance of pharmaceutical money to lobby his bill…why did he run?

  7. Doug Troutman on May 10, 2016 at 11:29 pm said:

    I just listened to the Dr. Hooker’s conversation with Dr. Thompson and he said the Geier studies were wrong. What was wrong with them? He admitted the CDC greased up their studies so they are no good. He kept laughing like it was funny. I don’t find any humor in this at all. I have heard thousands of children get their shots and stop talking. This is the sort of thing that Dr. Thompson needs to be looking into.

    • The anti-Geier sentiment within the CDC is strong like no other.

    • Barry on May 12, 2016 at 10:33 pm said:

      He kept laughing like it was funny.


      I think the term for that is ‘Duping Delight’. It was coined by Dr. Paul Eckman, who says “duping delight is the pleasure we get over having someone else in our control, and being able to manipulate them”.

      In my opinion, this thing has been a scam from Day 1. Designed to plant the idea that MMR induced autism, is primarily just an “African American’ boy thing.

      Now that people have started repeating that nonsense, it’s time to backtrack on the whole whistle-blowing thing altogether. Just like they’d planned right from the start.

      If this thing has taught me one thing, is that there is one thing that Thompson is more inept at than epidemiology.


  8. Hans Litten on May 11, 2016 at 4:41 am said:

    Shazel’s family claims that a doctor dismissed that her condition was linked to the HPV vaccine jab and said she “came across as a lazy child” before sending her home. Pennine Acute NHS Trust, which runs the hospital, has now launched an investigation into the standard of care Shazel received at the hospital.

    The teenager was given her second course of the HPV vaccine at Derby High School in Bury on April 13. She died on April 17.

  9. Doug Troutman on May 12, 2016 at 12:48 am said:

    The CDC should make all of the data sets available for review by independent researchers. I can’t figure how this redoing this study does them any good. He admitted they lied and cheated on the one they submitted. The CDC act like they are untouchables. Are they part of a military branch?

  10. Rebecca Fisher on May 12, 2016 at 3:54 pm said:

    The data are available – how do you think Brian Hooker was able to get hold of them? (And no – that data didn’t come direct from Thompson, as some have claimed).

  11. Hans Litten on May 13, 2016 at 8:35 am said:

    If this happens , then it really is IG Farben .
    I cant wait to knock that domino DOWN >

  12. Hans Litten on May 13, 2016 at 8:47 am said:

    I suspect this means Trump will become president , but only if he plays by their rules – which is bad for us .

  13. Hans Litten on May 14, 2016 at 5:38 pm said:

    I wonder would Paul Offit run like Pan did ? C’mon Del Bigtree can we try it ?

    • This is what the millionaire vaccine industrialist did. I was then kicked out of the room off camera and footage of me was edited out of the NIH VideoCast. The NIH director Francis Collins later suggested I was not “diplomatic enough.”

      And here’s a third-party account (page 9, PDF page 11) from Offit’s 2012 Yale talk:

      “Jake Crosby tried to ask a question, Offit accused him of stalking him and asked him to leave.”

  14. Hans Litten on May 14, 2016 at 5:41 pm said:

    So we think the big Thompson U turn will be this Tuesday ? do we ?

    • I’d give it a 1 in 3 chance since PNAS releases a new issue every Tuesday.

    • Barry on May 15, 2016 at 3:29 pm said:

      Personally, I couldn’t give a rats ass what he comes out with this time . I don’t need anything from him, or any other scientist to tell me what I already know.

      I don’t understand how anyone can trust anything from a scientist like this. Who does an about face today, on something he proclaimed less than two friggin years ago?

      In fact, I don’t understand how anyone trust anything that comes from a ‘science’, which allows its practitioners to massage results this way ??

      When a scientist can take requests on what the results need to be, then he’s not really practicing science.

  15. Hans Litten on May 16, 2016 at 12:21 pm said:

    “I have stopped lying for 13 years but started lying again after 2 years silence” – CDC – Center for Disease Control Whistleblower
    Revealed: CDC Whistleblower Who Falsified MMR/Autism Safety Study (Vaccines)
    William Thompson CDC: “It’s the most honorable point of my career that I went along with Brian Hooker’s phone calls … we should have reported significant findings before congress.”
    William Thompson CDC: “The higher ups wanted to do certain things and I went along with it. Having thought it over , plus the revolver to my head , it seems the higher-ups were right”
    William Thompson CDC: “I’m completely pathetic & ashamed of what I did (on all occasions)… I have great shame now when I meet families with kids with autism because I have been part of the problem.(yes you certainly have & this will always be the case WT)”
    William Thompson CDC: “Oh my God, I cannot believe we did what we did. After a dozen years I finally told the truth only to recant 20 months later”
    William Thompson CDC: “I have stopped lying up to August 2014. But have resumed again 17 may 2016”

  16. Doug Troutman on May 16, 2016 at 11:44 pm said:

    I was amazed that Thompson said the studies mercury caused ticks but he didn’t know that it caused autism. I guess when your studies are designed to no relationship how would you know. Walt & Neal wanted this way.

    • It is a little weird, given that the first researcher to conclude a link between mercury in vaccines and autism was another researcher at CDC. And then results from another thimerosal study that Thompson actually coauthored found a huge risk for autism from prenatal exposure to thimerosal.

  17. Hans Litten on May 19, 2016 at 9:02 am said:

    Attention Barry – a must read article (backs up everything you & I have ever said

    For the rest of us, though, a recent review in immunology literature should give pause. It states: “To date, more than 80 systemic and organ-specific autoimmune diseases have been defined, and their cumulative burden is substantial, both medically and financially. Furthermore, the burden of autoimmune and autoinflammatory diseases is rising, making these diseases a ubiquitous global phenomenon that is predicted to further increase in the coming decades.”

    An autoimmune storm is rising. The role of vaccines in it is emerging and will one day be crystal clear. The question is, how far off is that day, and who is going to pay while we wait for it?

    • Barry on May 19, 2016 at 11:42 pm said:

      If anyone’s still wondering what vaccines are really all about, here’s a sales conference for just one drug treatment…. for just one autoimmune disorder:

      As Chris Rock says at ~ the 2:44 mark: ” …aint no money in the cure, the money’s in the medicine. That’s how ya get paid!! ”

      If you have a child with asthma….. you want want to brace yourself before watching this.

  18. Hans Litten on May 22, 2016 at 9:00 pm said:

    According to the most recent statistics, Texas has a low childhood vaccination rate. A mere 64 percent of all Texas children between 19 and 35 months old received their recommended vaccinations last year. This marks an eight percent decrease from 2013, when nearly 72 percent of children had received their recommended vaccinations. And while skeptics may argue that 16 states saw their childhood vaccination rates slip in the assessment, Texas had the biggest drop.

  19. Hans Litten on May 22, 2016 at 9:12 pm said:

    bourguignon says:
    May 21, 2016 at 12:41 pm

    comme dans tous les pays des effets graves sur ce gardasil inutile et dangereux
    a nous il a gâche notre vie

  20. Hans Litten on May 23, 2016 at 3:49 pm said:

    Squalene MF59 back on the agenda with the Flu jab (and they know full well the carnage it will cause , Gulf War Syndrome , “affected or disabled 250,000 troops, causing 42,000 deaths.”)

  21. Sophie Scholl on May 24, 2016 at 2:34 am said:

    Vickers seems to be immune to all the criticism of the OPV/AIDS Hypothesis page, if, indeed, he along with the anonymous MastCell (a type of white blood cell), who is very active in the editing history, have been the powers in control of what is posted.

    Mastcell’s influence is apparent on the OPV/AIDS Hypothesis Talk page and archives.

    Mastcell is a rather controversial editor, suspected of being David H. Gorski, a surgical oncologist. According to Mastcell (who became an editor in 2006) did 500 edits between August 18, 2015 and March 24, 2016 alone, averaging more than two edits a day including weekends. It has been suggested that he is being paid by the pharmaceutical industry to help manage its Wikipedia profile.

    Mastcell’s Wiki/User page does not identify him, but lists three “recommended reading”[s], one being a paper by a Gorski DH, of which he says, “Couldn’t have said it better myself.”

  22. Rebecca Fisher on May 24, 2016 at 10:05 am said:

    Nothing published yet then?

    • No, but PNAS is also releasing an issue on the 31st.

      • Rebecca Fisher on June 1, 2016 at 7:16 am said:

        It did. And nothing. Looks like Hooker was making it all up.

        • As if he would have any reason to do that. The publication was delayed, apparently. In fact, it still has yet to be submitted.

          • Rebecca Fisher on June 2, 2016 at 7:50 am said:

            Come on Jake… Do you have any evidence other than Hooker’s say so that this reanalysis actually exists?

            Assuming it does exist, do you think that complaining to a publisher that hasn’t seen it that it’s wrong and should be pulled is a wise move?

            Imagine if I wrote to your parents: “Dear Mr & Mrs Crosby, I feel that a thank-you letter that Jake may have written may be inaccurate (although I haven’t seen it yet, and he may not have written it at all), so could you please not post it. It turns out he didn’t spend that ten dollar gift card from his Aunt (that I don’t know he received, I don’t even know if he has an aunt) on a GI Joe doll, but in fact sold it to a friend (this probably isn’t true, but let’s go with it) for six dollars and spent the money on pinball down at the arcade. Please tell him off, just in case I’m right.”

            What do you think they’d do with the letter? Probably throw it in the bin, and possibly inform the police.

            Just think about what effect your complaints to PNAS may be having on your credibility.

    • Hans Litten on May 25, 2016 at 8:12 am said:

      Can you not ask your handlers when it is happening ?

  23. Hans Litten on May 24, 2016 at 7:26 pm said:

    De Niro Plans Vax Doc

    “I’m working on something else,” De Niro said. “Harvey Weinstein and I are working on doing a documentary, but I don’t want to talk much about it …”

  24. Hans Litten on May 25, 2016 at 8:11 am said:

    Italian court rules mercury and aluminum in vaccines cause autism: US media continues total blackout of medical truth

    It has been more than five months since an Italian court in Milan awarded compensation to the family of a young boy who developed autism from a six-in-one hexavalent vaccine manufactured by corrupt British drug giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), and the U.S. media is still nowhere to be found in reporting on this breakthrough ruling.

    State Censorship !

      • Hans Litten on May 26, 2016 at 10:38 pm said:

        Ahh Larry – love you man , where have you been ? missed you so much .

        GoogleCIA’s knowledge Vault , and internet censorship isnt working quite perfectly yet is it !

        Ok I agree soon I’ll only be left with my books (until you burn them in the streets I suppose .)
        Gatesy-Boy is definitely going to lock down the internet soon for sure . Everything is riding on that now , the cat is nearly out of the bag , I see FB_SZuckerberg is building a bunker , why is he doing that ?

        Surely its a moot point , that the ruling was over-turned , no ?
        A court found in OUR favour , and not for the first time (nor the last) . We know what we are up against , 1%’ers with limitless corruption and limitless resources . For instance how much do they pay you (not so much I’d imagine , minimum wage probably)? Have you seen Vaxxed yet (we arent allowed to see it here & probably never will , state censorship is extreme here – you know where I am exactly no doubt ) ?
        And are you all geared up for the big comedy U turn from Willie T (no-one is holding a gun to his head -* much ! I have to confess it is a good strategy , the only way out of the huge cavernous hole he dropped the CDC into in the last 20+ months was to get him to retract the TRUTH .
        But really its laughable ,its farcical , Too little Too late . It wont work , of course the Lamestream will do as they are told but are they actually going to announce yet again another study of those same numbers finds Vaccines S&E , because the more discerning & observant members of the public must be getting wise to the Fraud (just look at Texas , approaching the 50% tipping point) .

        Unsafe & Defective – vaccines of mass destruction

  25. Hans Litten on May 26, 2016 at 6:55 pm said:

    They knew it all along: CDC forced to release proof that thimerosal causes autism

    Over 100 Freedom of Records Act (FOIA) requests have finally forced the euphemist US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to admit a widely used vaccine preservative is the equivalent of a neurological armageddon.

    With help from PhD Scientist and Biochemist, Brian Hooker, the agency has finally had to reveal that they have known for years that thimerosal, which was banned in 1999, but still used in over 60 vaccines, causes autism. Robert F. Kennedy has been trying to alert the public of the same troublesome findings that Hooker has unveiled, but he is often dismissed, or worse, made into a media fool by the pharmaceutical industry.

  26. Hans Litten on May 26, 2016 at 6:58 pm said:

    Robert De Niro has announced plans to produce a new documentary exposing the dangers of vaccines and their connection to autism.

  27. Hans Litten on May 26, 2016 at 9:55 pm said:


    According To Science, Eating Too Much Salad Now Causes Autism

    You read the headline correctly and it’s another strike for the systematic study of health and nutrition, bound by bias and self-interest, promoting misinformation to make people believe anything. Johns Hopkins, which by the way is the largest school of public health in the world, recently released a study finding that consuming too much folate, found in practically all plant foods, causes autism. But there is a very big problem with the research that attempts to compare this natural nutrient to a study based on its artificial counterpart.

  28. Eddie Unwind on May 27, 2016 at 4:26 am said:

    Yes Hans, always suspected as much; vicious, vicious salad. And low – I mean who would have thought – so low, treacherously low, DISTURBING salad, just waiting, seemingly innocuously, for the next unsuspecting victim…

  29. Hans Litten on May 27, 2016 at 10:49 am said:

    Attorney Takes On State of California over Forced Vaccination

    Almost a year ago, Governor Brown of California signed SB277 for mandatory vaccines which has been set to go into effect on July 1, 2016. The bill was prompted by the 2014 Disneyland measles outbreak and historically low levels of vaccination in some California schools. This law removes all exemptions: religious, medical, and philosophical. However, attorney T. Matthew Phillips believes the first amendment allows parents to exercise religion in the face of state-mandated vaccinations. He also says that children have a constitutional right to go to school, regardless of medical procedures. Ultimately a judge will decide which is more important: educating kids or vaccinating them.

  30. Hans Litten on May 27, 2016 at 12:31 pm said:

    And Texas responds to the low V-rates as expected :

    The Austin Regional Clinic, A large provider of healthcare in the Central Texas area who are available to about 500,000 residents declared this morning that they will turn-away all children that are not up to date on their inoculation requirements. Saying that most parents are steered-wrong when it comes to vaccines because “Unfortunately many parents are confused about the value and safety of vaccines due to misinformation in the media and on biased websites.”

    The ARC posted this horrific statement on their website “The physicians and staff at Austin Regional Clinic support immunizations, if you plan not to immunize your child, we prefer that you choose another practice. We do not want to place the rest of our patients at risk of contracting vaccine-preventable illnesses.” The Hippocratic Oath is disregarded in favor of the opinions and pharmaceutical reviews in medical journals. Science and deep research are avoided so they can retain the kick-backs that are thrown their way.

    No doubt a mandatory bill will surface now – in a hurry .

  31. Eddie Unwind on May 27, 2016 at 7:51 pm said:

    Hi Jake, Hans…

    Do you know how one might recover the information regarding the formerly accessible CDC page detailing the process by which thimerosal is presumably ‘depleted’ in childhood vaccines?

    The link – – reveals ‘Page not found’

  32. Doug Troutman on May 29, 2016 at 1:52 am said:

    I watched a panel interview with the producers of vaxxed and there was Mark Blaxill stating he really crunches the numbers. I cant hardly stand to watch him after I know he sabotaged the omnibus hearings.

  33. Doug Troutman on June 2, 2016 at 11:16 pm said:

    I re watched the genius Liz Warren interviewing the CDC stooge about vaccines and autism. She was a rear admiral. I am watching many interviews with journalist who are being silenced about the movie vaxxed. This country is in serious trouble.

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