MEMOS carry power. And there are quite a few memos circulating around in CDC that will prove the extent to which government officials went to conceal evidence that vaccine risk is much higher than they want you to know. If the new HHS leadership and incoming CDC leadership want to save the integrity of the CDC as a viable organ of the US Government, they should be prepared to do a massive data dump of memos involving vaccines and autism.
While in office, then-CDC Director Julie Gerberding was told how CDC scientists had found a 360% increased in autism as a result of on-time Measles Mumps and Rubella vaccine.
What follows is a series of memos that have been obtained by a network of truth enthusiasts. I claim no originality in their exposure, and share no delight in having them shared here. They should not exist.
Dr. William Thompson, who brought the issue to Gerberding, was suspended from his position as a senior scientist at CDC. Instead of presenting the results to the Institutes of Medicine (IOM) for them to base their assessment of evidence in support of a relationship between vaccines and autism, Dr. Frank DeStefano went in his stead, and removed the results both from the powerpoint presentation and from the final published study.
What other memos exist related to Julie Gerberding’s decisions and actions? Each memo links through to its source. What else does CDC have in its archives, emails, filing cabinets about other studies that Dr. Thompson said were all cooked up?
Memo by which Thompson informed Gerberding of the problem:
The memo by which Thompson was put on leave:
The memo showing the data analysis plan was shifted and changed as they saw signficance (By Dr. Coleen Boyle)
The memo by which Thompson pondered what they should about the positive association between on-time MMR vaccine and autism in “blacks”.
Where are the memos by which it was determined, by then-CDC Director Thomas Freiden, that it was not in the best interest of CDC to have Thompson testify in a case in which a young man was seeking relief from the HHS for his vaccine-induced autism?
Congressman Bill Posey entered evidence of these crimes into the Congressional Record.
Edward C. Murray award-winning journalist Sharyl Attkisson squeaked two confessions out of Frank Destefano, who presented the altered set of results to the Institutes of Medicine: (1) that they removed the results because they didn’t believe them (which disqualifies their published study as science), and (2) an admission that there may be a genetically susceptible subgroup (which is rather obvious).
If all of this is new to you, welcome to the Matrix.
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