The vaccination autism connection has really picked up traction over the past several months with the release of the movie Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe, released in April of this year. The support of the movie from actor Robert De Niro who believes autism is connected to vaccinations based on his son’s autism which appeared after being vaccinated has brought the topic to the forefront of the news.
Actor Jim Carrey and former wife Jenny Mc Carthy are avidly in support of the Vaccination autism connection because, like Robert De Niro, they too have a son who suddenly developed autism after being vaccinated.
Recently, more controversy has emerged with Bexar County, Texas District Attorney Nico LaHood coming out while publicly questioning the safety of vaccinations based on his own experience with his son becoming autistic after being vaccinated.
In a recent interview by local news sources in San Antonio, LaHood, sitting in his office introduced himself as the DA, then went on to say, “I’m here to tell you that vaccinations do cause autism.”
LaHood stated that he and his wife noticed a change in their son after he received his 18 month vaccination. “We had a very different child,” he said.
When asked whether he should be voicing his opinion on the subject due to his political office, LaHood replied, “My opinions are just my opinions. As a daddy as a husband, who happens to be the District Attorney. People are allowed to have a First Amendment right to an opinion. I know this is not a Politically Correct option.”
DA LaHood is just one parent among millions in the US – celebrities and elected officials included – who have children that drastically changed after being administered vaccinations.
The number of autism cases in the US has jumped to around 80%, just since the year 2000. Today, there is 1 in 60 children with symptoms of autism or related learning disorder.
The link between the large number of vaccinations given at early ages before 6 years old today and that of autism cases cannot be ignored. A child is vulnerable to any outside influence affecting brain and neurological development at ages from birth to 3 years old. Aside from toxins included with each vaccination, the resulting high fever in many children is directly responsible for damage to the developing brain.
Toxins such as aluminum, mercury, and formaldehyde are directly proven to cause brain damage are found in most vaccinations.
Case studies have been conducted on the adverse effects of vaccine related toxins on the brain and neurological system of children exposed to them via vaccinations.
The evidence linking vaccinations to development disorders is clear and too overwhelming to ignore and public awareness of this problem has to be increased drastically.
Since the US government does everything it can to show us that vaccines are harmless, no one expects to see any unbiased study from the US showing the adverse effects. However, to get to the bottom of it and find truthful studies, one has several options available provided by many researchers, MDs, and medical professionals who are not influenced by politics and are only interested in the facts.
Before the year 2000, the number of children with autism was at 1 in 150, now it has increased to 1 in 75, if the vaccinations of infants and very young children continues, you can bet the number of autism and learning disorder cases will drastically increase from the already unacceptable number it is at presently.
It is long overdue for parents to demand their government assure them of the safety of all vaccinations before requiring their children be vaccinated.
The evidence is there linking vaccinations to autism, too many cases have been documented to deny it.
What needs to be done immediately is to demand an end to requirements that children under the age of 3 years old be given vaccinations until such time, the inoculations can be made safe without the adverse side effects now present.
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