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The greatest medical fraud of our time

Exposed by VAXXED: The Movie


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The most important health agency in the world lied


ABC news interviewed the producer of the new documentary "VAXXED", a documentary about fraud in the testing of vaccines by the CDC.

ABC used only 5 seconds of the 12 minute interview.

The Center for Disease Control covered up compelling scientific evidence it had that some vaccines are causing autism.

ABC News and other junk news outlets are helping crush this film. They're actually telling people not to see the movie when they themselves haven't seen it.

"I thought in order to critique a film you had to see the film."

NOTE: Robert DeNiro gave into pressure and removed the film from the Tribeca Film Festival after he not only pledged to show it, but also pledged to personally introduce it.

DeNiro has a severely autistic child.

Imagine the severity of threats that were leveled against him to get him to withdraw the film from his festival and turn against it.

Here's what the gangster succeeded in getting DeNiro to change his mind about:

"Grace and I have a child with autism and we believe it is critical that all of the issues surrounding the causes of autism be openly discussed and examined. In the 15 years since the Tribeca Film Festival was founded, I have never asked for a film to be screened or gotten involved in the programming.

However this is very personal to me and my family and I want there to be a discussion, which is why we will be screening Vaxxed. I am not personally endorsing the film, nor am I anti-vaccination; I am only providing the opportunity for a conversation around the issue."

Apparently the idea of creating the "opportunity for a conversation around the issue" was too threatening for the Center for Disease Control and all the crooks who profit from their criminality.

DeNiro's final comment on this:

"I think the movie is something that people should see," De Niro told Savannah Guthrie. "I didn't want it to start affecting the festival in ways I couldn't see."

We posted DeNiro's comments about the situation but they were removed from YouTube by Good Morning America which apparently doesn't want you to hear them.

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