IVANKA TRUMP: “importance of vaccinating your children cannot be overestimated.”
The first daughter of the United States who is often thought to be the most influential of President Trump’s children has come out pushing vaccination. Even after her father said there were problems with vaccines and spaced them out for his own children, Ivanka Trump retweeted an article from the Wall Street Journal while stating “the importance of vaccinating your children cannot be overstated.”
Most of the reported measles cases are in New York and many New Yorkers who have opted out of vaccines are Jewish. Much of the basis for dismissing vaccine concerns are because The Lancet editor Richard Horton stated in 2004 that being an expert witness for vaccine-injured kids as Dr. Andrew Wakefield was constituted a “fatal conflict of interest.” Horton also stated that it was such a fatal conflict, it justified committing research fraud by omitting vaccine adverse events.
That same editor 10 years later would deny the relevance of sharing the anti-Semitic opinions of ex-Klan leader David Duke while authoring an anti-Israel letter that ran in his journal. Ivanka Trump converted to Judaism when she married her husband Jared Kushner. How could she trust Richard Horton more than Andrew Wakefield? He actually met with her father during the election and reminded voters of his campaign promises to do something about vaccine injury.
In contrast, Horton showed up outside Trump Tower during the transition period to ask the president-elect for “5 minutes” on Twitter. He then promptly blocked Autism Investigated for requesting he restore Dr. Wakefield’s study. Horton has no problem with the fact that medical records were stolen from the children in that study in order to defame it. Between Wakefield and Horton, there is no question who the Trump family should trust. It’s not Richard Horton.
Restore Dr. Wakefield’s paper. pic.twitter.com/qZCnzFCY40
— Autism Investigated (@autisminvest) December 31, 2016
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