A friend shared a link for a video with me last week. Looking at the length of it, I hesitated to start listening to it. Already late in the afternoon, a time when I face frequent interruptions from the kids, I was taking a chance of starting it. With how life goes, I don’t always get to finish things I’ve started. I had heard of the presenter before and wanted to hear more from him. Deciding that it was no time like the present to at least start the talk, I clicked play. It was just over an hour long. And what a powerful hour of listening it was!
Everything Dr. McCullough shared is nothing new.
Everything Dr. McCullough presented is what we know to be true.
Everything Dr. McCullough explained needs to be heard ‘round the world.
It was such a good talk that I immediately shared the link with several friends and family. I wish more every-day people, more reporters, and those in the current administration would listen to it also. Dr. McCullough has been offering sound information for a while now. I want everyone to listen to the data being presented and do something different, like remove the unethical mandates so many are facing. When those are removed, and when proven treatment options are more accessible, only then could I begin to think that we will win the war being waged against us.
The battle to protect medical freedom started years ago when state representatives and lawmakers began removing existing vaccine exemptions. The fight intensified when politicians and medical groups began denying access to existing treatment and therapies. The outcome of the ongoing struggle is incredible, even though the truth has already been exposed.
The truth cannot be silenced. Even though some people try to hide it, it has a way of coming to light. To those who stand by the truth and who are risking their lives and reputations to share it, thank you. Your effort and determination have not gone unnoticed.
With that, I leave you with the speech Dr. McCullough presented to the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons. If you are moved by it like I was, please consider sharing the link within your own circle of friends.
Cathy Jameson is a Contributing Editor for Age of Autism.