Vaccines can and do cause autism, according to San Antonio prosecutor

Vaccines can and do cause autism, according to San Antonio prosecutor
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(NaturalHealth365) Nico LaHood, criminal District Attorney and lead prosecutor in San Antonio, Texas, is no stranger to the science of bringing criminals to justice. Sadly – having witnessed the damage in his own children after vaccination – he is also no stranger to autism spectrum disorder and vaccine injuries.

A seasoned prosecutor, LaHood says the circumstantial evidence that the MMR vaccine causes autism is extremely strong – so strong that he would feel “comfortable” if presenting the case to a jury.  Keep in mind, this is from a man who prosecutes criminals for a living – a scathing indictment of the vaccine industry. (Don’t you think so?)

The MMR vaccine can cause immediate and irreparable damage

In an interview with Polly Tommey, producer of the movie “Vaxxed: From Cover-up to Catastrophe,” LaHood pulled no punches in saying “vaccines can, and do, cause autism.” Along with his wife, Davida, LaHood gives an account of the vaccination injuries suffered by both his daughter, Maya, and his son, Michael.

According to the LaHoods, Maya was a thriving, healthy baby until being vaccinated. She then developed a skin condition with hives and severe eczema, and sometimes had to be restrained at night to stop her from scratching until she bled.

Son Michael was healthy, alert and outgoing up until his 18-month vaccination. Immediately afterwards, he started twitching uncontrollably. Even more alarming, he stopped making eye contact, along with displaying the slowed motor and language skills associated with autism spectrum disorder.

“At some point during vaccinations,” say the LaHoods, “you see a different child.”  Watch this exclusive interview below:

The LaHoods also point to long-time family friends – a Merck scientist and his nurse wife – who refuse to have any of their four children vaccinated, as well as other families with similar stories: children who were thriving until vaccinated and then developed severe problems.

Agencies admit to devastating side effects of vaccines

According to both the CDC and Merck, manufacturer of the MMR vaccines, adverse reactions from monovalent or bivalent vaccines can include fever, rash, fainting, headache, vasculitis, pancreatitis, diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, coma and permanent brain damage.

And these sickening adverse effects are happening to real families, in real time – all the time.

“Vaxxed” producer Del Bigtree points to tens of thousands of parents who have seen their children suffer seizures, rash, and listlessness post-vaccination – followed by a loss of the ability to walk and talk. Like Nico LaHood, Bigtree maintains that vaccinations, particularly when given between the age of 12 and 18 months, can cause autism.

But, unsurprisingly, the search for the almighty dollar prevails over all of us. Especially when you consider that big pharma, the most powerful lobby in America, doesn’t want to lose its patent privileges or profits.

Are we ‘crazy people’ for wanting safer vaccines?

Vaccination safety advocates such as Bigtree say they are not necessarily “anti-vaccine” but are pushing for safer vaccinations. Their quarrel is with the CDC’s mandatory vaccination agenda, the early age at which vaccines are given, and the ways in which are combined.

Some also maintain that the vaccines are ineffective, and say that the decades-long dramatic drop in measles outbreaks in the United States is due to better living conditions and medical care. As for the recent uptick in measles outbreaks, they note that these outbreaks were traced to vaccinated individuals.

VAXXED blows the lid off the MMR/autism cover-up scandal

“Vaxxed: From Cover-up to Catastrophe” revolves around CDC whistleblower Dr. William Thompson, who says the CDC has committed “scientific fraud” by covering up data concerning the dangers of vaccines and the causal link with autism.
You can stream this vitally important movie online, or buy the DVD, which will be available as of Sept. 13th.

Click here to watch the Vaxxed team LIVE and be kept up-to-date, as they travel the United States.

Nico LaHood, a self-avowed truth-seeker, says he hates deception above all. “But deception has been promulgated.”
“Vaxxed” exposes this deception, in all its ugly detail.


Vaccines can and do cause autism, according to San Antonio prosecutor

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