Big Pharma Spokesman Secretly Filmed Saying Vaccines Cause Autism

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Paul Offit, prominent vaccine spokesman, is so indebted to Big Pharma that even mainstream media have reported qualms about taking his word for anything medicine-related.

Big Pharma spokesman Paul Offit, known for telling the public that vaccines are totally safe, has been caught on camera admitting that vaccines causes autism.

Paul Offit, prominent vaccine spokesman, is so indebted to Big Pharma that even mainstream media have reported qualms about taking his word for anything medicine-related.

Offit makes a comfortable living as a pediatrician specializing in infectious diseases, and has an even more lucrative sideline as a self-described “expert” on vaccines, spruiking Big Pharma’s wares through the mainstream media

Expert? A more accurate term would be salesman.

He is known for refuting each and every claim against vaccines, and refusing to hear a bad word said about Big Pharma’s most profitable product line. One of his famous lines involved stating that it’s perfectly safe for children to receive 1,000 vaccinations at once.

But now we have secretly filmed footage of Paul Offit slipping and and revealing his true understanding of the link between autism and vaccines. Watch and see for yourself.

In other words, Big Pharma and their pro-vaccination shills have been lying to the public. They have bought out the mainstream media, who now act as attack dogs, rabidly demanding everybody toe the line – or else they will be savaged.

Do not underestimate the power of the mainstream media’s ability to publicly shame people. There is no greater creator of ignorant groupthink. People are terrified to go against the grain of what appears to be mainstream opinion.

By stating that the MMR vaccine does not cause autism, they have been misleading you. As Paul Offit admits, the relationship between the MMR vaccine and autism is not clear-cut, black and white, and easily dismissed, as mainstream media have been telling you it is.

Paul Offit famously said it was safe for a child to receive 1,000 vaccinations at once. Given the insight we now have about him thanks to the secretly filmed footage, it’s safe to say his 1,000 vaccinations comment was probably a misleading, media-friendly soundbite that shouldn’t be taken seriously either.

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Our children deserve better than a media dominated by money-hungry shills employed by Big Pharma, intent on pushing products without giving parents real information about their true nature.

Baxter Dmitry

Baxter Dmitry

Baxter Dmitry is a writer at The People's Voice. He covers politics, business and entertainment. Speaking truth to power since he learned to talk, Baxter has travelled in over 80 countries and won arguments in every single one. Live without fear.
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  1. I would like somebody to volunteer to receive even 100 vaccines at once and see what happens to them.

    • he’s been asked, hasn’t he? shills working on various threads have been asked but they won’t neither.

  2. Paul Offit never said it was safe to give a child 1000 vaccines at once. What he said was that it was safe to give a child 10,000 vaccines at once. When challenged about this, he upped the figure to 100,000 vaccines.Never underestimate the evil of psychopaths like him and their capacity and willingness to inflict harm without giving it a second thought.

    A member of an audience once asked Offit if he was the Antichrist. Offit laughed it off, saying “No, I’m just one of the devil’s many minions.”

    He and Bill Gates ought in my opinion to be in jail to keep the rest of us safe.

  3. This is an atrocious misrepresentation of Paul Offit’s words taken out of context. The man, a pseudo truthseeker, who wrote this sensationalist crap in service of his (and others’) irrational beliefs can (and, IMO, should) be sued, because this is a form of crime.
    The full video reveals that the conversation at that part is about the scientific method and reasoning in principle. Paul Offit correctly explains that you do not accept the null hypothesis; in the particular case with vaccines, you cannot accept that vaccines necessarily do not / never cause autism (this corresponds to 100% confidence). You can, however, show that there is no statistical data to support the claim that they cause autism, and to logically conclude with high confidence that vaccines most probably do not cause autism. This is an inductive argument, and a strong one. Only deductive arguments guarantee the truth of the conclusion in 100%, such as mathematical theorems, but arguments predicated on observing, collecting and analyzing data, on statistics and probability are not such arguments. They can be very strong for all practical purposes, nevertheless. Hence, it is irrational to think vaccines are dangerous and cause autism, because there is no such link observed. Similarly, it is irrational to think beer causes autism. From here on, the burden of proof is on those who claim vaccines cause autism.

    As one of the other speakers in the video pointed out, you similarly cannot claim with 100% confidence that Coca-Cola necessarily does not / can never cause autism. Or, that tomatoes and apples cannot, for that matter. Similarly, you cannot say with 100% confidence that there are no pigeons made of gold. You can, however, state that it is highly improbable to meet a golden pigeon.

    So, P. Offit never said that vaccines cause autism. This is a lie. Here’s the full video:

    The title of this web site is ironic: “News. Truth. Unfiltered.” Well, we just got evidence this is not so. Sensationalist pseudo-journalism which feeds on conspiracy theories, irrational beliefs, and fears do no good to the world. It does not solve anything, but produce confusion and junk.

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