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Trump: Vaccines cause autism and will be investigated


Donald Trump might support all those claims regarding the link between the vaccines and autism. It was reported that he will look into the matter.

Trump dismissed the official claim that there is no link between vaccines and autism, claiming there has been a cover up to suppress the truth and that “nay-sayers will understand soon.”

“[W]e’ve had so many instances, people that work for me. Just the other day, two years old, two and a half years old, a child, a beautiful child went to have the vaccine, and came back, and a week later got a tremendous fever, got very, very sick, now is autistic.”

During a GOP a primary debate with Trump, Dr. Ben Carson claimed there is no “documented proof” that vaccines are responsible for autism, however Dr. Carson, a neuroscientist, conceded that “it is true that we are probably giving way too many in too short a period of time.”

Trump’s response echoes one he gave on Fox News in April 2012, in which he also related the story of a child of one of his employees who was damaged after receiving vaccines.

“I’ve gotten to be pretty familiar with the subject,” Trump told Fox News’ Fox & Friends. “You know, I have a theory — and it’s a theory that some people believe in — and that’s the vaccinations. We never had anything like this.

“This is now an epidemic. It’s way, way up over the past 10 years. It’s way up over the past two years. And, you know, when you take a little baby that weighs like 12 pounds into a doctor’s office and they pump them with many, many simultaneous vaccinations — I’m all for vaccinations, but I think when you add all of these vaccinations together and then two months later the baby is so different then lots of different things have happened. I really — I’ve known cases.”

The vaccine autism link recently came under federal scrutiny when Florida US Congressman Bill Posey noted before a House committee the testimony of Center for Disease Control whistleblower Bill Thompson, who claimed the agency colluded with researchers to destroy documents linking the injection to thousands of autism cases.

On July 29, US Congressman Bill Posey made his last stand on the floor of the House. Granted five minutes to speak, he exposed lies by the CDC in the infamous 2004 study that exonerated the MMR vaccine and claimed it had no connection to autism.

“No connection to autism” was the lie. Congressman Posey read a statement by long-term CDC researcher William Thompson, one of the authors of the 2004 Pediatrics study designed to determine once and for all if the MMR vaccine has contributed to the autism epidemic.

“…the [CDC] co-authors scheduled a meeting to destroy documents related to the [MMR vaccine] study. The remaining four co-authors all met and brought a big garbage can into the meeting room and reviewed and went through all the hard copy documents that we had thought we should discard and put them in a huge garbage can.”

With Trump in the White House with full executive powers the vaccine autism link is about to come under it’s most severe scrutiny yet.


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  • Noelle Jordan

    I hope that President Trump sticks to his guns on the subject of vaccines; and I tend to think he will. He is not easily intimidated. He faces a lot of criticism on this issue, as the tactic is to criticize the messenger, when they can’t criticize the message. They will, of course, try to make him look like a fool. He will likely be called ignorant, not-scientific, dangerous, etc.; but the more he learns on the subject the more certain and confident he will be of his position. Future generations, who will one day be in disbelief over this barbaric practice, will call him a hero for it.

    Instead of using the term, “liquids,” however, he should use the correct term, which is, “viruses,” if only to emphasize the point that vaccines are viruses. Many people don’t seem to even grasp that basic concept.

    Although I would like to see all vaccines banned for good, at least spreading them out over time and giving them at an older age, is certainly better than nothing. The MMR, however, though considered to be one vaccine, is, of course, three vaccines in one. The MMR alone is all it takes for disaster to occur.

    Realize as well that vaccines cause a breakdown in the human immune system and are largely responsible for all the autoimmune diseases that now plague us (lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, lymphoma, leukemia and most of the cancers. (Cancer was largely unheard of before the advent of vaccines).

    Lastly, know that there is no such thing as autism. It is merely a code word for various forms of brain encephalitis caused by vaccines. All President Trump needs to keep repeating when caught in the crossfire over this issue is that all of the adverse side effects of vaccines ARE LISTED ON THE VACCINE MANUFACTURERS OWN WEBSITES. There can be no argument to this, as there can be no reason whatsoever that the vaccine makers would publish information detrimental to their own bottom line unless that information were TRUE.

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