Finally ending months of speculation since Donald Trump won the U.S. presidency in November of 2016, on just where the President Elect stood on the vaccine issue, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. announced today that he had been appointed by the President Elect to head up a new commission on vaccine safety. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is a long time proponent of vaccine safety, and a frequent critic of the government and pharmaceutical censorship of vaccine information.
The World Mercury Project issued a press release this week stating that CDC director Dr. Tom Frieden has blocked CDC whistleblower Dr. William Thompson from being subpoenaed to testify in a medical malpractice suit in Tennessee. Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. is one of the attorneys representing a 16 year old boy who is claiming that his autism was caused by vaccine injuries. The press release states that William Acree, a Tennessee State Circuit Judge, had ordered the trial extended so that Dr. Thompson could be subpoenaed to testify. "Bryan Smith and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., both of Morgan & Morgan, sought to have Dr. Thompson testify to explain his charges that the CDC committed data manipulation in a series of studies that found no link between vaccines and autism. Dr. Thompson has publicly stated to Congressman William Posey and others that he and his colleagues in the CDC Vaccine Safety Branch were ordered to commit scientific fraud, destroy evidence and manipulate data to conceal the link between autism and vaccines."
RFK Jr: Congress is Afraid of Trillion Dollar Pharmaceutical Industry – Won’t Investigate Vaccine Corruption
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. says money is the reason Congress is delaying hearings on accusations that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention hid a link between the mumps, measles, and rubella (MMR) vaccine and autism. "The pharmaceutical industry is a trillion dollar industry. There are other trillion dollar industries, but not one that spends as much on Congress as it does. The pharmaceutical industry spends twice what the next biggest industry spends, which is oil and gas. They spend four times what defense and aeronautics spend. That kind of money — the money they spend in lobbying — buys a lot of influence. It's why congress people are scared to go against them. There's just a lot of career fear."