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Donald J. Trump
Healthy young child goes to doctor, gets pumped with massive shot of many vaccines, doesn't feel good and changes - AUTISM. Many such cases!
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BringBackCovfefe 24 Feb 18
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
With all due respect, vaccines do NOT cause Autism. They actually scientifically CAN'T. What does happen is that some very young kids don't show autism - likely present AT BIRTH - until later.
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Xander Berkeley Mar 10
No respect due. Truly. As none is shown by him toward science or humanity.
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Ya Boy Xander Mar 30
Yo we both found this gem of a tweet one year later
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Ya Boy Xander Apr 2
Why tf is this getting likes? It has legit no value built into it, its just a reply
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Xander Berkeley Apr 2
because people are affirming science over the stupidity and superstition the POTUS was propagating.
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Gina 19 Nov 16
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
thank you. I have a vaccine induced brain damaged son. Thank you for hearing us ❤️
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Helen Dyjak 8 Apr 17
Gina-don't STOP fighting!U have a real thing onYour hands!those guysR borred & don't masturbate enough to get it off their vaccinated brain!
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Gina 27 Apr 17
They cant &wont stop us. We know the they refuse to read. Sadly they will soon be affected personally when autism becomes 1 in 2.
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𝔧𝔬𝔠𝔢𝔩𝔶𝔫 30 Dec 17
And what is that science?
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Gina 15 Jan 18
For beginners start here then pick up the medical textbook Vaccines & Autoimmunity. there’s plenty more when you finish.
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max schoenbrun 27 Jan 18
gina, vaccines are the safest, best, and most effective way to prevent the spread of contagious disease.
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Gina 9 Mar 18
Max. Vaccines are not safe. If they were my son would not be brain damaged.
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Calamity Mar 28
Gina the brain damage is from another source, vaccines are specifically geared so they cannot breach the Blood-Brain Barrier. Was his umbilical cord perhaps wrapped around his neck while being born? Or perhaps it's from lead paint in some kind of toy he might've chewed on.
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Dawn M Risueño 28 Mar 14
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
That is soooo not true!! I'm surprised that a man like you with such intelligence would believe that ish!
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Nick Jackson 14 Aug 15
Replying to @HoodedAnon
No, they haven't. The Wakefield study has been widely and thoroughly discredited, more rigorous follow up studies find no link.
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Nick Jackson 21 Nov 16
Replying to @HoodedAnon
Yeah... none of those sources seem particularly robust to me.
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Nick Jackson 22 Nov 16
Replying to @HoodedAnon
Repeating it doesn't make it true. Here's the CDC on the subject, backed by hard science:
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Nick Jackson 22 Nov 16
Replying to @HoodedAnon
All you've linked to so far is a site which lists "vaccines" as a harmful treatment, and describes "chemicals" as bad.
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