Is the CDC focused on vaccine safety? New evidence that there’s a cover up

Evidence Shows That the CDC Have Lied to Us Yet Again Regarding Vaccine Safety

The US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that everybody over the age of six months should receive the flu vaccine every year. They state that this recommendation has been backed by science, but the reliability of that science is debatable, because, according to the Foreign Policy Journal, the science that is being relied on is extremely shaky and needs to be investigated further. They stated that:

“A New York Times article from earlier this year, for example, in order to persuade readers to follow the CDC’s recommendation, cited literature reviews of the prestigious Cochrane Collaboration to support its characterization of the influenza vaccine as both effective and safe. The Times said the science showed that the vaccine represented “a big payoff in public health” and that harms from the vaccine were “almost non-existent.””

They continued:

“What the Cochrane researchers actually concluded, however, was that their findings “seem to discourage the utilization of vaccination against influenza in healthy adults as a routine public health measure” (emphasis added). Furthermore, given the known serious harms associated with specific flu vaccines and the CDC’s recommendation that infants as young as six months get a flu shot despite an alarming lack of safety studies for children under two, “large-scale studies assessing important outcomes, and directly comparing vaccine types are urgently required.” The CDC also recommends the vaccine for pregnant women despite the total absence of randomized controlled trials assessing the safety of this practice for both expectant mother and unborn child. (This is all the more concerning given that multi-dose vials of the inactivated influenza vaccine contain contain the preservative Thimerosal, which is half ethylmercury by weight. Ethylmercury is a known neurotoxin that can cross the blood-brain barrier and accumulate in the brain. It can also cross the placental barrier and enter the brain of the developing fetus.)”