'Out of Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s entire speech at AutismOne, what stood out the most was his discussion of internet censorship. In particular, Kennedy remarked that Google and Autism Investigated’s favorite pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline “are one company now.” They are engaged in a partnership worth over a half-billion dollars. To make matters even scarier, GlaxoSmithKline has taken control of Google’s data. Amazingly, this was not known to Autism Investigated but unsurprisingly confirms GlaxoSmithKline’s direct role in leading vaccine censorship online.
The company does support internet trolls and tried to get a whistleblower with CDC to retract his prior statements. The corporation even hired off the CDC’s lead investigator of the mercury preservative thimerosal as he was manipulating his early findings and was also behind the Homeland Security rider to protect thimerosal makers from litigation.
Most critically, the company shut down the original vaccine-autism research and then directed the hospital to leak medical records to its hired opposition researcher. He subsequently complained against the lead scientist to get him de-licensed and get his research “retracted” in a hearing chaired by a company stockholder. And just what does the featured Google description of that scientist say?
Andrew Jeremy Wakefield is a discredited former British doctor who became an anti-vaccine activist. He was a gastroenterologist until he was struck off the UK medical register for unethical behaviour
His “unethical behavior,” as his strike-off made clear, was for not withholding adverse vaccine events from publication of a case study of disabled children. Had he done so, he would have done something actually unethical. Therefore, it is no surprise that GlaxoSmithKline is now partnering with Google to take it to the next step by eliminating that information to the internet. In fact, it is to be expected.'
Source - AutismInvestigated
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