Del Bigtree of ICAN Can’t Read Laws. He Needs to Just Stop and Go Away.

“What we discovered through our lawsuit was that in the last—it was supposed to be every two years since 1986 and they never met with Congress once.” – Del Bigtree, WRONG

When the The Daily Beast needs to correct you, you know you’re in trouble:

At a March 2019 hearing of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-TN) said the reports were actually required within two years of the law’s implementation, not every two years.

And, Alexander said, “the HELP Committee has two reports from the Department submitted to Congress dated May 4, 1988, and July 21, 1989.”

Both reports were made public at Alexander’s request and can be viewed here and here.

Bigtree did not respond to a follow-up question about the existence of the reports.

Naturally, Autism Investigated’s editor couldn’t hold back.

What timing that this happened right after the editor sent the following message to ICAN and its support by thimerosal cover-up apologist JB Handley:

I know research skills-lacking, narcissistic baby JB Handley supports your show and is behind your boycott of me. I’m way more knowledgeable than Del and anyone else he’s had on! “We can do better”? What kind of nonsense is that? Muh placebos is totally gonna get people riled up. Nice Jewish star touch though, you’ve really made it clear you just wanna safer holocaust. Great consistency in your messaging…

Contact me when you decide to get serious.

Jake Crosby, MPH

Too late now!

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