Lamar Alexander Let Vaccine Company Murder Infants in His Home State
The Tennessean ran a pro-vaccine op-ed last month by Senators Lamar Alexander and Marsha Blackburn. In response, Autism Investigated’s editor submitted a letter to the editor reproduced below. The letter was never published.
Senators Lamar Alexander and Marsha Blackburn have published an op-ed repeating the famous cliché “Vaccines save lives.” Yet when Alexander was Governor of Tennessee, vaccine makers actively tried to hide evidence of vaccination’s role in the deaths of Tennessean infants. In an internal memo of the pharmaceutical company Wyeth (now part of Pfizer), company employees are encouraging the deliberate dispersal of different vaccine lots to different geographic areas. Their reasoning was to make it harder for clusters of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) cases to be linked to a particular lot of vaccine, citing a vaccine-associated SIDS cluster in Tennessee. The memo is dated August 27, 1979 and was sent just months after Governor Alexander took office.
The unnecessary injuries and deaths from vaccination at that time were thanks to nationwide adoption and enforcement of state vaccine mandates in the late seventies. Due to the disastrous policies of states like Alexander’s, Congress indemnified vaccine manufacturers from all liability leading to the problems we have today.
Since then, Lamar Alexander’s Senate Majority Leader and fellow Tennessean Senator Dr. Bill Frist tried to indemnify makers of the mercury-based vaccine preservative thimerosal on the premise of homeland security. Curiously, one of the federal government’s original thimerosal defenders Dr. Robert Davis became a coveted “Governor’s Chair” at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center the year Senator Alexander become ranking member of the Senate HELP Committee. Dr. Davis coauthored an abstract summary obtained through FOIA of research linking thimerosal to autism and other disorders.
Watch Dr. Peter Aaby’s lecture below about how the DTP vaccine is now killing infants in Africa.
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