Robert De Niro, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. offer $100G for proof vaccines are safe
Key Excerpts from Article on Website of New York Daily News
Posted: February 27th, 2017
Robert De Niro and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. are looking for proof that vaccines are safe. The unlikely duo teamed up to offer $100,000 to anyone who can provide proof. On one hand, the government is telling pregnant women which mercury-laced fish to avoid so that they dont harm their fetuses, and on the other, the CDC supports injecting mercury-containing vaccines into pregnant women, infants and children, Kennedy said at a joint press conference Wednesday. This defies all logic and common sense. De Niro, whose son has autism, and Kennedy specifically called out the use of thimerosal, which contains mercury. An FDA study in 1999 found that thimerosal used as a vaccine preservative posed no harm except for hypersensitivity. Despite that, the FDA phased the preservative out of vaccines for children and hasnt been used since 2001, according to the Center for Disease Control. De Niro and Kennedy apparently dont find that satisfactory and are offering a large cash reward, through Kennedys World Mercury Project, for anyone who can find a peer-reviewed scientific study demonstrating that thimerosal is safe in the amounts contained in vaccines currently being administered to American children and pregnant women. Kennedy, the son of the late Robert Kennedy and the nephew of the late John F. Kennedy, has long warned of the dangers of vaccines, [and] said recently that President Trump still wants him to chair a commission on vaccine safety and scientific integrity, which was proposed in early January when he met with the then-President Elect at Trump Tower.
Note: For more, see the World Mercury Project website. The major media consistently slams almost any news questioning the safety of vaccines, despite the fact that the US government's Health Resources & Services Administration website on this webpage states, "Since 1988, over 17,835 petitions have been filed with the VICP [Vaccine Injury Compensation Program]. Over that 27- year time period, 16,113 petitions have been adjudicated, with 5,205 of those determined to be compensable. Total compensation paid over the life of the program is approximately $3.5 billion." Why isn't that $3.5 billion price tag for compensation of vaccine injury being talked about?