By Anne Dachel
There was amazing coverage by NewsMax's Sylvia Booth Hubbard in the story, Should Congress Investigate Potential Autism-Vaccine Link? on Feb 2, 2016.
While Congress plans a hearing on Feb. 3 concerning the contamination of Flint, Michigan's water supply with lead, it has yet to address another health crisis: the possibility — some even say the likelihood — that autism is caused by childhood vaccines.
Autism now strikes one out of every 45 children in every city and community in every state in the United States. "Autism is rising at an exponential rate," says nationally known holistic doctor David Brownstein.
...Most mainstream doctors believe the vaccines are safe and effective, but Dr. Brownstein is not alone in his fear that the MMR vaccine is linked to autism.
Many health experts have been calling for congressional hearings since August 2014, when a senior researcher for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. William Thompson, claimed that the CDC found and then hid data from a study that linked the MMR vaccine to autism.
Regardless, Congress has refused to hold hearings. "The Chairman of this committee, Mr. Jason Chaffetz has refused to call Dr. Thompson or any of his superiors at the CDC to testify," says Dr. Brownstein. "In fact, there has been little or no news about the CDC controversy.
The article went on to describe the evidence that was destroyed by the CDC, including the findings on significant risk to African American males who receive the MMR vaccine before 36 months of age.
Ben Swann's new documentary was also included in the NewsMax piece, Truth in Media: CDC, Vaccines & Autism.
I posted this comment on NewsMax:
Thank you, Dr. Brownstein for having the courage to publicize the whistleblower story and thank you, NewsMax and Sylvia Booth Hubbard for covering it.
So many in the mainstream media have put the interests of their advertisers ahead of the health and safety of our children.
In July 2015, C-Span ran the story, REP. Bill Posey Calling for an Investigation of the CDC's MMR reasearch fraud
Congressman Posey begged his fellow Congressmen to look into the charges made by a CDC scientist that his agency had covered up a link between the MMR vaccine and autism.
How bad do the autism numbers have to get (now at one in every 45 children, one in every 28 boys) before we honestly address this controversy?
Anne Dachel, Media editor: Age of Autism