CDC lied just before whistleblower went public

by Jon Rappoport

September 25, 2014


August 25, 2014—the CDC publishes a press release defending its 2004 study on autism.

August 27, 2014—CDC whistleblower publicly admits he and his co-authors cooked that study and committed fraud.

On August 25th, the CDC issued a press release, “Statement Regarding 2004 Pediatrics [study],…”

The CDC was referring to the 2004 study whistleblower William Thompson co-authored, the study he admitted was fraudulent, the study he and his co-authors slanted to bury the connection between the MMR vaccine and autism.

Thompson went public with his confession on August 27th, two days after the CDC posted its press release. So the CDC knew or strongly suspected Thompson was going to go public, and they wanted to head him off at the pass and do a bit of damage control.

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