The media has a big nose

To give you a taste of how absurdly inaccurately the mainstream corporate media has reported the story of Dr. Andrew Wakefield and the paper on MMR/autism he co-authored, all you need do is observe its absurdly inaccurate reporting on the movie Vaxxed. To read the vast number of articles written in major newspapers and magazines, one would think the film was about Andrew Wakefield and his paper, rather than about fraud committed by the CDC on its last, and perhaps most important, MMR/autism study. It’s strange how the media can get so hysterically fired up about a supposed fraud committed by one guy, and yet when it comes to an alleged fraud committed by an agency of the US government… nothing. That, in-and-of-itself, is worthy of investigation.


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