"...What my Mommy said!"
What's the agenda here, friends, readers? And will Sec. Clinton throw her hat into the ring for 2020?
This is one of the major initiatives of the Foundation. Could it explain the push for vaccine mandates by fellow political party members from coast to coast and a Vax-friendly Tweet on Thanksgiving?
Or, is the vax-love a bid for donations to shore up losses? From OpenSecrets.org:
Cash flow to the Clinton Foundation continues to plummet, leaving the organization in the red for a second straight year after Hillary Clinton’s unsuccessful bid against President Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election, newly released tax returns reveal. The Clinton Foundation’s $30.7 million revenue last year is less than half the $62.9 million it raised in 2016 as Clinton was at the height of her presidential campaign. Each of the two years since Clinton’s loss in the 2016 election has seen the organization’s revenue drop to record lows, raising less than any fiscal year in more than a decade — a sharp contrast to the $249 million raised during Clinton’s first year as secretary of state.
Autism Age is a non-profit organization. The Rs and Ds are just letters to us. We don't and won't and can't be political as part of our status. We can share information though. Like these tweets.
Neither party has been a blessing to the autism or vaccine injury community. Ronald Reagan passed the 1986 act that made vaccines a virtual winning lottery ticket for pharma. And no President has tamped down on exploding schedule. President Obama gave lip service to autism, and was under the spell of Neurodiversity, which set us all back. President Trump made promised and declarations that deflated like Macy's Parade balloons the day after Thanksgiving. And here comes' 2020.