There was a time when journalists from prestigious newspapers such as The New York Times held themselves to high standards, refusing to print biased or paid-for articles.
However, this has changed in recent years as many media outlets have become heavily dependent on advertising revenue from pharmaceutical companies. Despite hundreds of peer-reviewed studies that suggest vaccines may be contributing to the rise in illnesses such as autism, epilepsy, and autoimmune diseases, media outlets often ignore these findings and instead promote false narratives that vaccines are safe and do not cause autism.
This has led to a divide in public opinion and brainwashing of trusting individuals. Meanwhile, thousands of parents have shared heart-wrenching stories of their vaccine-injured children, and whistleblowers within organizations like the CDC have acknowledged the harm that vaccines can cause. Despite these facts, misleading information about the safety of vaccines continues to circulate like the misinformation about tobacco from previous decades.
Environmental lawyer Robert Kennedy Jr. and his team are working to shed light on the truth about vaccines, examining the common pro-vaccine narratives perpetuated by the media and presenting real, peer-reviewed research on topics such as thimerosal, aluminum, herd immunity, and other false narratives. Their goal is to protect children’s health and to encourage people to think for themselves and make informed decisions.