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Published on Aug 26, 2014
We told you recently about a new whistleblower inside the CDC. Now, we know his name: Doctor William Thompson. Doctor Thompson shared his story with Doctor Brian Hooker. Thompson says he stayed quiet for over 10 years after finding a link between vaccines in young black children and autism. Thompson says the CDC knew about this link, and purposely manipulated the evidence removing “Black Babies without birth certificates” from the study to justify their own multi-billion dollar vaccination operation.
Belsie González, Senior Public Affairs Specialist for the CDC responded to our inquiry admitting the omission of the data based on the children’s birth certificates, here’s the statement:
“Access to the information on the birth certificates allowed researchers to assess more complete information on race as well as other important characteristics, including possible risk factors for autism such as the child’s birth weight, mother’s age, and education. This information was not available for the children without birth certificates; hence CDC study did not present data by race on black, white, or other race children from the whole study sample. It presented the results on black and white/other race children from the group with birth certificates.”
That’s a pretty telling statement - worded very carefully - but a clear admission that the CDC DID NOT present data because the children without Birth Certificates lacked meta data on risk factors - including Race.
Today the CDC still claims the “MMR vaccine does not increase the risk of autism”
Today, we welcome Doctor Brian Hooker to the show to talk about his recent conversations with the CDC Whistleblower Doctor William Thompson and the CDC response:
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