CDC Whistleblower Story Again on CNN’s iReport by new Citizen Reporter

UPDATE: It’s been taken down.

It was apparently up for two hours, and had garnered 20,000 views and 5,000 shares, before it was deleted.

 

‘iReport” at CNN.com is an open, free form page that CNN normally does not vet, or take responsibility for, so this is strange indeed.

 

—-(Text below was posted a few hours ago)

 

Truth Barrier is following the unfolding story of the media paralysis on the CDC MMR/Autism whistleblower, Dr. William W. Thompson, who has gone on record saying the CDC committed major scientific fraud to disguise an MMR/Autism connection–a fraud in which he himself became complicit. He now regrets his complicity very deeply.

We reported that “CNN iReport,” took the story down after it garnered some 45,000 views and 17,000 shares. “iReport,” it turns out, is an unregulated free space, not “vetted” by CNN under normal circumstances. It’s the equivalent of Facebook for CNN, meaning, anybody can publish and CNN is not responsible for the accuracy of the content.

The first story stayed up for 19 hours.

Let’s see how long this one stays up.

 

Comments

  1. James says:

    Continue with the good work of bringing into light real issues.

  2. Any well-informed physician, most especially immunologists and neurologists, is aware that many vaccines (and some medications, food additives, etc.) can cause autism and other problems. This has been known for DECADES. Often the vaccines results in a so-called “auto-immune” reaction, in which the body’s immune system defenses actually begin to attack NORMAL tissues within the body. Personally, I had my children vaccinated only once: for POLIO. I was not a pediatrician, but as an orthopedic surgeon I occasionally was asked about and administered vaccines. However, when I did vaccinate other people’s children, I NEVER used “combination vaccines”, such as MMR (measles-mumps-rubella) or DPT (diphtheria-pertussis-tetanus). Instead, I gave one vaccine (e.g., tetanus) at one visit, then had the child return a later date for the rubella vaccine; and so on. I also avoided all vaccines containing either mercury compounds (such as thimerosal, which was used solely as a preservative) or aluminum compounds (such as aluminum hydroxide, aluminum phosphate, and aluminum potassium sulfate which are called “adjuvants” – substances legitimately added to the vaccine to increase the body’s immune response to that vaccine.)

    However, consider the physician’s predicament. The CDC (and other government agencies), the AMA, and the American Academy of Pediatrics strongly recommend vaccines.

    Case #1: Child #1 comes into your office with his mother and asks about the MMR and DPT vaccinations. You discuss the benefits and potential dangers, but take NO position either way. The mother of Child #1 decides NOT to vaccinate her child. Then, 8 months later Child #1 develops a very severe case of diphtheria, rubella, pertussis or tetanus.

    If the mother of Child #1 decides to sue the physician for “medical malpractice” and it goes to trial (presuming no settlement precedes the trial), the physician will LOSE!

    WHY? Because the deciding factor in any medical malpractice case is the “usual and accepted standards of care” – which means what the government agencies and “authoritative” mainstream medical journals dictate. This physician could cite his 20 years of experience with vaccines, bring in 50 immunologists to back him up and cite hundreds of clinical research studies to show that those vaccines have well-known adverse effects. BUT none of that would matter. The sole issue in court would be: Did the physician follow the “usual and accepted standards of care”? Period.

    Case #2: Child #2 comes into your office with his mother and asks about the MMR and DPT vaccinations. You discuss the benefits and potential dangers, but take no position either way OR perhaps urge that the child get the vaccinations. The mother of Child #2 decides to vaccinate her child. Then, 8 months later Child #2 develops very severe seizures, shows signs of autism, failure to thrive or any of a large number of symptoms and signs.
    If the mother of Child #2 decides to sue the physician for “medical malpractice” and it goes to trial (presuming no settlement precedes the trial), the physician will WIN! (Unless, of course, the jury votes for the parent solely out of sympathy.)

    WHY? Because once again the deciding factor in any medical malpractice case is the “usual and accepted standards of care”. This physician could cite the government health agencies’ recommendations; the “authoritative” mainstream medical journals, his 20 years of experience with vaccines, bring in 50 physicians to back him up, and cite hundreds of clinical research studies to show that those vaccines are both effective and safe. Once again, the sole issue in court would be: Did the physician follow the “usual and accepted standards of care”? Since he did, he wins! Period.

    Now you know why a great many pediatricians, well aware of the potential severe adverse effects and sometimes total ineffectiveness of these vaccines, will recommend and administer them to their young patients anyway. It is simply a matter of “legal protection” against a potential medical malpractice claim.

    John-Henry Hill, M.D.
    e-mail: JohnHenryHill@Yahoo.com
    Web: http://JohnHenryHill.Wordpress.com

  3. The second one is gone too!

    This iReport is not available

    This iReport has been removed because it was flagged by the community and found to be in violation of the iReport Community Guidelines and Terms of Use.

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1164794

  4. Craig Weiler says:

    I mentioned this story on my blog. I hope it helps. It’s not really my thing, but it seems newsworthy.
    http://weilerpsiblog.wordpress.com/2014/08/24/a-vaccine-whistleblower-problem/

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