Rob Schneider Says He Has ‘Smoking Gun’ Exposing CDC
Actor and comedian Rob Schneider recently sent a letter to California Governor Jerry Brown’s office. It is posted at canaryparty.org. Within it, he claims to possess the smoking gun which would expose the entire vaccine-autism CDC fraud in suppressed documents.
The CDC currently reports that increased autism is not associated with vaccines. They further state that:
“The IOM also recently conducted a thorough review of the current medical and scientific evidence on vaccines and certain health events that may be observed after vaccination. It released a report in August 2011 on 8 vaccines given to children and adults that found the vaccines to be generally safe and serious adverse events following these vaccinations to be rare.
CDC recognizes that autism is an urgent health concern and supports comprehensive research as our best hope for understanding the causes of autism and other developmental disorders. Through collaborations with partners in government, research centers, and the public, CDC is focusing on three areas–
– Understanding the frequency and trends of autism spectrum disorders.
– Advancing research in the search for causes and effective treatments.
– Improving early detection and diagnosis so affected children are treated as soon as possible.”
Schneider points out many important fallacies with the CDC’s claim, though not specifically mentioning the fact that comprehensive research has never been conducted on the outcomes of the current vaccine schedules forced upon our children.
Schneider writes: “I have copies of the original CDC report that was later suppressed and fraudulently changed.”