Mother Jones and The Wall Street Journal don't cross paths often. But when it comes to the Pharma/Government media noose as regards the vaccine autism topic, they are comfy, cozy bedfellows following orders from.... somewhere. The American public heard Oprah talk about "Speaking your truth" as it relates to sexual assault and the "me too" message that women do not have to put up with shaming, violence, or any sort of influence of in order to have success. And so, the pharma media juggernaut has gone into full discredit mode. Why on earth would these two publications dredge up an ELEVEN year old TV episode of Oprah's talk show?
Can the average American see the immediate reaction to anything that "threatens" free thought regarding vaccination safety? Pharma is like Kim Jung Un in North Korea. Deny, lie, shut down any perceived opposition. Except their button is millions of syringes going into our kids. The world applauded Winfrey's message. And so do we. I, as a woman, as a woman who teaches self defense to others, as a woman who has vaccine injured children, I applaud her message. SPEAK THE TRUTH EVEN IF YOUR VOICE SHAKES. The WSJ calls Winfrey's message "bromides," the definition of which is a trite and unoriginal idea or remark, typically intended to soothe or placate.
Lord, I need a Bromo Seltzer after reading even the snip of the article that you can see from the WSJ online. We do not and will not pay for a prescription (oops, I mean subscription) to this paper. I hope Winfrey gets very, very angry and speaks more truth. Kim
Oprah’s ‘Truth’ and Its Potentially Deadly Consequences
She gave Jenny McCarthy a platform to promote the discredited idea that vaccines cause autism.
By Julie Gunlock
Jan. 10, 2018 6:47 p.m. ET
Former daytime television superstar and rumored Democratic presidential candidate Oprah Winfrey won the Cecil B. DeMille Award at Sunday night’s Golden Globes. In the “complicated times” we live in, she said during her acceptance speech, “speaking your truth is the most powerful tool we all have.”
While such bromides may play well with an audience of entertainers, Ms. Winfrey’s applause lines should be a warning to those who take her political ambitions seriously. She built.....