How Vaccine Censorship Works on the Internet

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By Catherine J. Frompovich

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The Wall Street Journal has produced a video explaining how censorship about valid vaccine SAFETY informationworks to further confuse the REAL scientific facts about toxic vaccines. Here is the video.

As an item of CDC-confirmed information, WSJ ought to do better research in order to truly inform its readers about the actual skullduggery the CDC commits and committed when its premiere vaccine scientist Andrew Zimmerman, MD, found, admitted and told the CDC ‘power structure’ that he found a definite link between vaccines and Autism.

That story was documented by The Hill in its January 13, 2019 article “How a pro-vaccine doctor reopened debate about link to autism.”

One would think in the reporting of factual vaccine information, WSJ would exercise what all journalism students learn about investigating and reporting information: Who, What, Where, When, Why, etc.  Why did WSJ fail to report this, which The Hill reported?

A world-renowned pro-vaccine medical expert is the newest voice adding to the body of evidence suggesting that vaccines can cause autism in certain susceptible children.
Pediatric neurologist Dr. Andrew Zimmerman originally served as the expert medical witness for the government, which defends vaccines in federal vaccine court. He had testified that vaccines do not cause autism in specific patients.
Dr. Zimmerman now has signed a bombshell sworn affidavit. He says that, during a group of 5,000 vaccine-autism cases being heard in court on June 15, 2007, he took aside the Department of Justice (DOJ) lawyers he worked for defending vaccines and told them he’d discovered “exceptions in which vaccinations could cause autism.”

So what did the DOJ do?

Dr. Zimmerman goes on to say that once the DOJ lawyers learned of his position, they quickly fired him as an expert witness and kept his opinion secret from other parents and the rest of the public.
What’s worse, he says the DOJ went on to misrepresent his opinion in federal vaccine court to continue to debunk vaccine-autism claims. [CJF emphasis]

Hey, isn’t that criminal activitycollusion, conspiracy and breach of fiduciary duty—which the WSJ somehow conveniently overlooked in its reporting. Why?  Can WSJ be considered a contributory participant to what it’s trying to expose: fake news about vaccines not causing Autism by omission of facts, when in fact there are numerous CDC studies sanitized and put through the ‘consensus science’ track with the most prominent being exposed and recorded from CDC epidemiologist whistleblower William Thompson, PhD, as documented in Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe Official Trailer.

Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe Official Trailer from Cinema Libre Studio on Vimeo.

If you think that’s the only case of cover-up, how about the June 2000 Simpsonwood Meeting that scuttled CDC Dr. Verstraeten’s findings of Autism being caused by vaccines? Here’s the transcript from that illegal and collusionary meeting to “save” vaccines from being exposed as harming children by causing Autism.

Personally, as one who has been tracking, studying and researching vaccines, research trials and published academic vaccine science since the mid-1980s!, I find it totally reprehensible what the mainstream media has done to pervert a formerly noteworthy profession as previously exemplified by the reporting of Watergate, the Ellsworth Pentagon Papers and other juicy scandals.

What’s the ‘conspiratorial’ deal about not exposing the CDC, FDA and Big Pharma’s clout, plus Pharma control over the U.S. Congress, which apparently does not exercise its Oversight duties when it comes to Big Pharma?

Proof is here in Rep. William Posey’s plea to investigate vaccines after the William Thompson exposé.  It’s now four years—and counting—with NO investigation.  Why?

To date the figure Rep. Posey cites as being paid for vaccine-caused damages is now over $4 Billion!

Isn’t it time to debunk mainstream media vaccine MIS-information!


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