WaPo’s Laura Helmuth – The Vaccine Industry’s Parasitic Helminth
While the The Washington Post is attacking philanthropists for giving money to vaccine injury causes, its editorial staff is funded by the pharmaceutical industry. Laura Helmuth is a member and was until very recently president of the National Association of Science Writers, which deceptively claims it gets no money from industry. Yet it closely functions with the Council for the Advancement of Science Writing, which does take pharmaceutical industry money.
The Washington Post has a long history of defending vaccination crimes going back to 2004 when Melinda Gates joined its board of directors. The newspaper actually defended the practice of “blagging,” where GlaxoSmithKline’s medical record-stealing opposition researcher Brian Deer deceived an autism parent into letting him “interview” her by giving her a fake name. The practice has since been banned by The Sunday Times of London, the paper Deer freelanced for;.
In the last 15 years, WaPo has only gotten worse. It is now owned by Amazon, which removes documentaries skeptical of vaccine safety while it neglects the safety of its airplanes. The lead author of the philanthropist hit-piece Lena Sun has already blocked Autism Investigated’s editor. What did she expect though when she takes editorial orders from the pharmaceutical industry? Not much, apparently. Her newspaper actually condoned Brian Deer telling an autism parent his name was “Brian Lawrence.” That’s the kind of “journalism” one can expect from pharma’s parasitic helminth, Laura Helmuth.
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