CDC researcher admits tossing vaccine data in the trash
The CDC has evidence that vaccines cause autism -- they've had the evidence for years, because they've just been caught not only covering it up... but throwing it out!
An agency whistleblower has admitted that he and other researchers decided to throw out data linking the infamous MMR shot to autism, specifically in African-American children.
And when I say "throw out," I mean they literally tossed it right into the trash.
In a speech delivered on the floor of the House of Representatives, Florida congressman Bill Posey quoted CDC whistleblower Dr. William Thompson as saying:
"The remaining four co-authors all met and brought a big garbage can into the meeting room, and reviewed and went through all the hardcopy documents that we had thought we should discard, and put them into a huge garbage can."
Yes, a "huge garbage can."
That's not part of any scientific method I'm aware of -- but that's what happens to any data Big Pharma and its CDC friends don't like.
I first told you about this scandal last year, when Dr. Thompson -- who is a vaccine supporter, by the way -- first came clean and admitted that his initial study deliberately excluded some of the data.
He didn't mention the "huge garbage can" back then. But in the new quotes, he said he was concerned that what they were doing was both unethical and illegal, so he held onto his own copy of the data.
When researchers were finally allowed to analyze all the numbers last year, they found just what Thompson and his team had tried to cover up: African-American children given the MMR vaccine have a higher risk of autism.
Of all the vaccines given today, this is one of the most contentious. It has been linked repeatedly to autism, and not just in African-American children.
It's a single injection that contains three potent vaccines -- measles, mumps and rubella -- and there is growing evidence that all three shots at once could overwhelm an immune system that hasn't fully developed.
That, in turn, can cause lasting damage -- including the damage in the brain that ultimately leads to autism.
Even many who support vaccines have called on separating these shots and spacing them out. But instead of easing off, the vaccine schedule has gotten more aggressive than ever.
Today, babies are expected to get 25 shots in their first 15 months.
Their undeveloped immune systems simply were not designed to handle all that.
And that's hardly the only problem with these vaccines. Many also still contain toxic ingredients, including heavy metals such as aluminum that can accumulate in the brain and cause both short-term and long-term damage.
It's time to take this outrageous vaccine schedule and put IT where it belongs: in a huge garbage can.
I know it's not easy in a world where anyone who dares to ask some simple questions about vaccination is ostracized, bullied and dismissed as an "anti-vaxxer." But if you have kids and grandkids, do your homework on this -- read the facts, make informed decisions and don't let anyone bully you into something you're not comfortable with.