FAIL: CDC’s “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism” Page Features Clone-Counting “Meta-Analysis”
Five cohort studies involving 1,256,407 children, and five case-control studies involving 9,920 children were included in this analysis. –Abstract of the clone-counting “meta-analysis”
Remember that “meta-analysis” mainstream media cites to claim vaccines were “proven” to not cause autism in over 1.2 million children when the paper actually double-counted every child born in Denmark over a six year period? The clone-counting paper is now being featured on the CDC’s website.
That bogus paper is hyperlinked directly from none other than CDC’s notorious “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism” webpage. Clicking on it will go directly to the abstract where the bogus “1,256,407” children number is tossed out.
Your tax dollars are being used to push fabricated figures in the name of vaccine safety, what else is new? Well the media has just slammed a newly elected congressman for criticizing the sacrosanct CDC’s vaccine deception. The media is citing that very webpage. The studies themselves are as bad as the meta-analysis pooled from them. The majority of children in the meta-analysis, for example, were part of a study in Denmark where the majority of autism cases started being counted as the mercury-based preservative thimerosal was removed from vaccines. All the others “dozens” of vaccine-autism link-disproving papers are as dishonest as that one. Of course the “meta-analysis” generated to repackage them would be too, as are the vaccine officials in government who promote it and the journalists who further lie about it.
CNN has just reposted a quote by Sanjay Gupta repeating the “1.2 million” myth, proving once again that it earned the title of fake news along with CDC.
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