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CDC denies autistic children a voice, parents demand they be heard

CNN's Elizabeth Cohen recently made a televised statement saying that,"some people don't hear this well- vaccines do not cause autism," and, in response, parents who believe that their child suffers from vaccine-induced autism or another sort of vaccine injury are posting moving videos on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. Just yesterday on her video post, one mom wrote, "This is a response to Elizabeth Cohen who was on CNN claiming that there are some parents that don't "hear it well" that vaccines don't cause autism. Meanwhile...William Thompson, a lead researcher at the CDC, has come out and stated that they cooked the numbers. They have known the truth for years...and they hid it. The only ones that aren't "hearing well"...are the ones who refuse to listen to the parents and the wonderful physicians and researchers who are SCREAMING that there is a problem. Total media blackout...why? Because they think you will all stop vaccinating right now if you know the truth. They don't think you are smart enough to READ and decide for yourself. Well...that and because they (the media) have been told not to cover the story."

You can watch her 35 second video here:

On Saturday, Tulsa World posted a piece written by Suzy Cohen, RPh otherwise known as "America's Most Trusted Pharmacist" entitled, "Dear Pharmacist: Were you lied to about connection between vaccine, autism?" She wrote about how, just last month, Dr. William Thompson, a leading researcher at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) helped uncover how they manipulated data and obscured an upwards of 340 percent higher incidence in autism, in the African-American boys who received the MMR vaccine. He came forward after a Freedom of Information Act request.

Besides the parents who exist worldwide that believe that their child's autism was caused by a vaccine, the Italian Health Ministry has also conceded that the MMR vaccine has caused autism and vaccine package inserts also state that autism is a reported adverse event:

"Adverse events reported during post-approval use of Tripedia vaccine include idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, SIDS, anaphylactic reaction, cellulitis, AUTISM..."

The DTaP vaccine package insert from the Sanofi Pasteur pharmaceutical company, clearly displayed on a government website, lists autism on page 11 as an adverse event reported because of the vaccine. Consumers can read the package insert here:

Karen Kain, one of the mother's whose child was injured and then died as a result of the DTaP vaccine, posted a 30-second video to Facebook while holding a photo of her daughter and stating that 30 seconds was all it took for her child to receive the vaccine. You can watch it here:

Autism mom to Noah, Lisa Joyce Goes of the Thinking Moms Revolution, posted another mom's video remarking: "Beautiful Christina German Johnson. Telling her truth. Accomplished and brilliant woman. She knows of what she speaks." Regarding her daughter Lily, Christina German Johnson wrote, "Do I think vaccines are the only cause of autism? No. Do I think they are the major cause and the cause of Lily's autism? Yes." You can watch her video here: