Vaccines don’t cause autism.” Dr. Baldwin, a pediatrician, said it – so it MUST be true, right? WRONG! You can TikTok all the day long, gaslighting parents. You can hijack links [with autism evidence] to p0rÑ. [True story. No, I will not share the link.] However… SOON, you will NOT be able to ignore the obvious.
Because SOON, there will be more bumper stickers like this one… “CHILD WITH AUTISM ON BOARD. MAY NOT RESPOND TO VERBAL INSTRUCTIONS, ESPECIALLY DURING EMERGENCY SITUATIONS” [SWIPE].
There will be more training needed to accommodate special needs. There will be more padded rooms for minors on the spectrum for ill-prepared teachers. AND there will be droves of parents speaking out online, as they are suddenly home-bound caring for special needs children.
Do vaccines cause autism? You tell me. —Read the research— not Snopes. Look at the aluminum and MMR correlations. Talk to Hannah Poling’s parents, @tannersdad, @pollytommey… and the thousands who suffer in silence.
The first time aluminum was added to a childhood vax was 1932. Up until that point, aluminum had never been injected into children. And autism had never been reported. Within a year of children getting that aluminum-containing vax, the first cases of what we now call autism began to appear…
There is no disease on the planet I fear more than the effects of injected aluminum.
Vaccines DO cause the underlying physical conditions that result in neurological damage, immune system disorders, gastrointestinal damage, and yeast overgrowth – all of which combined, produce the behavioral symptoms that result in an “autism” diagnosis. I know…
It’s all coincidence, right?