I’ve reposted the entire article by Jack Burns on theburningplatform.com, along with the video of Tucker Carlson’s interview with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on Fox News, along with my comment on the article, a comment to my comment, and my comment to that comment (with minor edits). When you see my comments, you’ll understand why.
When Robert F. Kennedy Jr was a guest this week on Tucker Carlson’s show (FoxNews), he said it was only the second show he’d ever been allowed to discuss the topic of vaccination dangers. The reason why, he says, is because shows are paid billions per year by pharmaceutical companies in advertising dollars and they don’t want his message to be discussed.
RFK Jr., like many others, is sounding the alarm with respect to childhood vaccinations. Many of the vaccines are mandatory, and not vaccinating one’s children, as TFTP has reported, runs the risk of having one’s children taken away, and put into the custody of the state. Some parents are imprisoned by the State for not vaccinating their children. Still, others are made to appear unstable for even suggesting vaccines cause autism and are dangerous for the health of children, even though one executive-level Center For Disease Control researcher blew the whistle that the CDC knew they covered up information supporting that case.
He said he’d only ever received three vaccinations in his lifetime, but a child today receives dozens upon dozens of shots and boosters. The reasons why may shock our readers. The son of Robert F. Kennedy, of the highly respected Kennedy Clan, says the pharmaceutical companies became untouchable in 1989 when they were given blanket immunity from prosecution for their vaccinations. Claiming the industry then saw vaccinations as a potential “gold rush,” he said they then created shots for all types of illnesses, many of which no one will even be exposed to, all for the sake of profit.
During the interview, RFK Jr. stated only three vaccines have had the preservative made from mercury removed. That preservative is called thimerosal and it is still found in the flu vaccine as RFK Jr. accurately stated. Appealing to Carlson’s viewers’ common sense, he stated, “It is the most potent neurotoxin known to man that is not radioactive.” He said if when the nurse drops the vaccine and breaks it on the floor the building is supposed to be evacuated because it’s considered a hazardous material. The Kennedy son asked, “How can we inject that into a child?”
The vaccine safety advocate, who’s already met with President Trump, is calling for a commission to be created to study vaccines which can objectively look at all the evidence surrounding vaccine safety. RJK Jr. cited a Danish study, funded by the Danish government, which examined the safety of the Tdap vaccine when given to African children. “Virtually every kid in Africa gets it. What they found…they did a vaccinated versus non-vaccinated study…what they concluded was...they said that vaccine is killing more people than Diphtheria, Pertussis, and Tetanus combined (for which the Tdap vaccinated).”
He said the kids who got the vaccine were “ten times more likely to die from the vaccine” in the two months following the vaccination, than those children who did not receive the vaccine.
“I’m called anti-vax all the time because the pharmaceutical company gives so much money,” to quash his message. He praised Carlson and commended the talk show host/news mogul for allowing him to come on his show and help to start the debate on a national level. Carlson defended his decision to have RFK Jr. discuss the subject because he said, “I think you ought to be allowed to ask legitimate questions without being attacked,” and added he hopes RFK Jr. is actually successful in getting the debate going.
If you know anyone who is expecting a baby, or anyone with an infant, inform them of the dangers of vaccines. They can, in some states, request vaccines without thimerosol. They can also insist that vaccines not be bunched together, so the child does not receive a concentrated dose of mercury all at once. If it is too late and your child has been labelled autistic, there are many things you can do. We undertook numerous therapies and activities for Austin, and he’s now a sophomore at UNM and just joined a fraternity (milestones for a kid who was in special classes up to fourth grade and had few friends). For more information, my wife wrote a short book, available on Amazon: Rescued: a story of hope & help for parents of children with autism.
Comment by reader T4C:
Here’s the link to Roberta’s…yes, Roberta and Robert…what are the odds?…anyways, it looks like a great resource:
While I haven’t read your wife’s story yet Robert, I would love to read any “clips” you may
have from that journey. You’re a very good writer so I know your “stories” will be worth my time.
Then again maybe you’ve already penned essays on that era in you life and I’m just not aware of it.
Loved what you wrote above.
Comment by Robert Gore:
Thank you. I haven’t written much about Austin and his autism, or mercury poisining, not because it isn’t an amazing story, but because it is. It is so special that I have a hard time talking or writing about it, but I do warn expectant parents or parents with newborns whenever I have a chance. Roberta certainly does Austin’s story justice. When he was a child in special ed classes, we could have got a bet a very long odds that he would ever be able to function even minimally in the “normal” world, or as it is called by those in the austism community, the “neuro-typical” world. Both of us worked hard to bring him out from his isolation and to constantly put him in situations with other kids. I think just about every weekend for seven or eight years we would take him to parks, indoor and outdoor gyms, swimming, movies, arcades, miniature golf courses, play dates–anything to get him with other kids. He had speech therapy, autism therapy, socialization groups, piano lessons, horseback riding lessons, tennis lessons, swimming lessons, basketball lessons, and he played basketball, flag football, lacrosse, and ran cross-country. He picked up snowboarding instantly–the first day he went he was coming down blue square slopes (medium difficulty) by the end of the day.
You don’t know what’s effective and what’s not, but somehow it all came together and Austin has made incredible progress, to the point where if you didn’t know about his past, you probably wouldn’t guess that he was once diagnosed with autism. It helps that he’s so darn smart. Heavy metal poisoning tends to damage the part of the brain that governs socialization and responding to social cues. However, never underestimate the brain’s plasticity and adaptability. Austin on his own has learned social basics that come to most people naturally, almost unconsciously. As I said in the prior comment, Austin is in college and in a fraternity, and he is a great kid. He gets good grades and he’ll work this summer. No matter what I’ve achieved or what I do the rest of the my life, the thing I’ll always be proudest of is what Roberta and I did with Austin, and what he’s done for himself.