The truth is finally coming to light about the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention‘s (CDC) coverup of vaccine dangers, particularly those vaccines that include the mercury-based preservative Thimerosal. The incredible work of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., and his colleague Lyn Redwood, R.N., M.S.N., has unveiled the fact that neither the CDC nor the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has ever calculated the cumulative infant exposure to mercury from routine childhood vaccines, and that this deliberate safety oversight has damaged potentially millions upon millions of innocent children.
Documents the duo uncovered show that both the FDA and the CDC knew that infant vaccines containing Thimerosal were collectively exposing children to levels of the neurotoxin that far exceeded federal safety guidelines, but that the two agencies covered for the vaccine industry by ignoring this fact. These documents, which were put together by a toxicology consultant who had worked for the FDA and noticed the discrepancies, illustrate once again how key government agencies have deferred to defending the interests of profitable industries over the health of Americans.
In accordance with the 1997 FDA Modernization Act, the American people via Congress ordered that the FDA compile a thorough list of all drugs that contain mercury compounds so that they could be assessed for safety by the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER). After this was completed, however, revealing far too much mercury in childhood vaccines, the FDA intentionally stalled in taking action to protect children.
A thorough review put forth by Dr. Barry Rumack, M.D., of Rumack Consulting, clearly showed that routine childhood vaccines containing Thimerosal were exposing children to levels of mercury that could severely harm them. But the FDA chose to conceal this pertinent information in violation of its prescribed duties, and in direct betrayal of the children whose parents’ taxpayer dollars continue to be spent on keeping failed regulatory agencies like the FDA in operation.
“There was no point in time from birth to approximately 16-18 months of age that infants were below the EPA guidelines for allowable mercury exposure,” the Eco Watch article by Kennedy and Redwood explains. “In fact, according to the models, blood and body burden levels of mercury peaked at six months of age at a shockingly high level of 120ng/liter [nanograms per liter]. To put this in perspective, the CDC classifies mercury poisoning as blood levels of mercury greater than 10 ng/L.”
To make matters worse, the FDA actually hired an unqualified pediatrician with very little knowledge of toxicology to cover for the agency’s betrayal of the American people. When later asked about why she agreed to report mercury exposure levels in a deceptive fashion that fit the FDA’s fake narrative that vaccines are safe for children, Dr. Leslie Ball responded that it was “what I was told to do.”
In other words, the FDA hired a hack to be its ministry of propaganda in order to reassure the American public that vaccines are safe – when they most certainly are not – and the agency has yet to be held accountable for this egregious offense against public safety.
Fortunately for Americans, Robert Kennedy Jr., who has worked tirelessly to expose the lies surrounding vaccines, was recently called upon by the Trump administration to head an investigative committee to reassess vaccine safety and come up with a more scientifically-sound and honest way of deciding how to proceed with this controversial medical intervention.
“The CDC brainwashing of the global medical profession, international health agencies and the media regarding the deceitfulness of vaccine ‘safety’ is nothing short of criminal action, which must be addressed at every level: local school districts, state health agencies, national courts globally, and the World Health Organization, a ‘mouthpiece’ of CDC’s deceitfulness and fraudulent research and health recommendations,” says Catherine Frompovich, a vaccine safety advocate and researcher.
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