Is Trump’s investigation of vaccine-dangers dead?

Is Trump’s investigation of vaccine-dangers dead?

by Jon Rappoport

July 7, 2017

Trump has made two key appointments in the area of childhood vaccination. The first was Scott Gottlieb, the director of the FDA. What does Gottlieb have to say?

From “…antivaccine activists were disappointed with Trump’s appointment for FDA head, Scott Gottlieb, who has said any theories of a link between vaccines and autism have been ‘thoroughly debunked’.”

Trump’s second key appointment has now been revealed. Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald takes over as the head of the CDC.

Georgia Department of Public Health: “’Immunizations are the best way to protect infants and children from childhood diseases, like whooping cough and measles that can be life-threatening at young ages’,” said Brenda Fitzgerald, M.D., commissioner of the Georgia Department of Public Health [before her appointment to lead the CDC]. “It is critical for parents to talk to their child’s doctor to ensure they are up-to-date on immunizations, because no child should have to suffer a vaccine-preventable illness’.”

In 2014, Dr. Fitzgerald wrote an op-ed in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: “I’ve heard all the arguments against vaccination. All have been debunked…”

Is Trump, who has declared he believes there is a link between vaccination and autism, playing a secret game? Is he giving his new appointees enough rope to hang themselves, before he moves in and empowers an independent panel to investigate vaccine-dangers?

We’ll see. However, if other key appointees Trump has moved into important slots in his administration are any indication—with their leaking, their out of school statements, their former employment at Goldman Sachs, their bias in favor of extending American Empire and policing the planet—the whole issue of vaccination could be off the table.

Does Trump want yet another media war, this time over vaccines? If he does, for example, as rumored, tap Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. to head up a probe into corruption and fraud at the CDC re childhood vaccination, mainstream news networks will erupt in a new round of furor. Pharmaceutical companies, which pour mighty amounts of advertising dollars into those networks, will demand volcanic attacks against Trump.

For the moment, vaccine makers are relieved to see the president has filled two key posts with defenders of their toxic realm.

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59 comments on “Is Trump’s investigation of vaccine-dangers dead?

  1. elliottjab says:

    Thanks Jon – was wondering about those items as well – also give em nuff rope etc. Like Mueller – what’s up with that???

    Am collecting more questions than answers right now…

    Ur the best… Tweet attcha later… J

  2. Lauren says:

    True, but…. the possible CDC lady would work for him, not herself, and she is not a pharma executive – this is a big plus, she is also a microbiologist and obsessed with synapsing neurons in early child brain development – she could surprise all of us… her past could have been following her past bosses… We cant be so super negative all the time and judge until we see what happens. Humans need a little hope for life.

  3. Destroys the vaccine Machine for people and pets. All, now: Upcspine, Upper Cervical Health Centers or Prevent those symptoms. if you can go to Steven Duff, Winsor California or Richard Duff, San Francisco, California. Wait 4 -5 days aftert a traumatic event.

  4. Nuala Norris says:

    Re. President Trump’s appointments in relation to vaccines (and much else): so far, so unsurprising. How did anybody believe him for an instant?

    • Because most Americans are emotional stunted naive children

    • Allan Howard says:

      Exactly. It was never ‘alive’ in the first place, so it can hardly be ‘dead’ now. These people love playing with people’s emotions AND deceiving them, in this particular case with those that have serious concerns about vaccines. Obama did it – during his first election campaign – for example, with regards to labelling GM foods; and what was one of the first things he did once elected………brought in Michael Taylor from Monsanto to be the FDA ‘Food Safety Czar’.

      It’s all fun and games and a source of great amusement to these psychopaths (creating hope, then uncertainty, then dissapointment, followed by the realisation you/we were duped and fooled again). And PSYCHOPATHS is precisely what they are. Deceitful, devious, duplicitous and totally corrupt. Oh, and not forgetting sadistic, of course!

      They are a completely different breed to the rest of us, and it is THEY who are solely responsible for the planet being the way it is, and for history being what it was. And if you weren’t aware of it, psychopaths/sociopaths make up about 4% of populations. I hate to use the word – because of its religious connotations – but they really ARE truely evil, and revel in being so, and also the fact that the vast majority of people don’t have the faintest clue that they are what they actually are – ie that they are hidden in plain sight.

  5. MrDuncmck says:

    change is the only absolute you count on.if these vampires get caught and they have not been prosecuted why can’t they change protocol before their web of deception is revealed?are we going after the present status ? or when they were the gods of trust when all was honky dory ?do we have content? evidence?who do we trust to look into quantifying ? mike adams..independent labs?are vaccines safe now?when they weren’t 2 years vaccine for these illnesses a fallacy?…has there been tracks covered?if you were a smart vampire you surely would be obsessing on it.unless? your above the law.imo

  6. “Is Trump’s investigation of vaccine-dangers dead?”

  7. Sean Thomas says:

    Jon, are you finally catching on? Trump is/was/always will be a phony. He was a front man for the mob’s casino and real estate holdings. Deep State to the core.

  8. kimbelsmom says:

    No surprise here about Trump. Even if he were to create a “safety commission” then what? The govt declares vaccines safe and mandates them??? Sounds like a self defeating group who would advocate for criminal govt to do something good on their behalf if only we gave them more money for expansion. Gangsters are gangsters.

    • look at her history with the parent exemption form and what it supposedly mandates.
      listen to what she says at the end of the third video.
      see if the commenters have a valid criticism.

      Her track record is pro-vaccine and she will continue that agenda.

  9. Theodore says:

    Trump asserts link between vaccine load and autism

  10. Destroys the vaccine Machine for people and pets. Glyphophate which is a weed killer does not belong in our blood stream. There is a long list that should not be in any living thing. All, now: Upcspine, Upper Cervical Health Centers or Prevent those symptoms. if you can go to Steven Duff, Winsor California or Richard Duff, San Francisco, California. Wait 4 -5 days aftert a traumatic event.

  11. Theodore says:

    ‘Bernie baby’ dead at 4 months. ‘SIDS’ or overdose of toxic vaccines?

    at the 2m08s mark…

  12. From Quebec says:

    Yes, I will go with the : “ Is he giving his new appointees enough rope to hang themselves, before he moves in and empowers an independent panel to investigate vaccine-danger?” (Jon)

    It is Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price who named Fitzgerald to the critical post Friday.

    Tom Price is a former member of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS), a politically conservative non-profit association founded in 1943 to “fight socialized medicine and to fight the government takeover of medicine.” The AAPS opposes Medicare and mandatory vaccination. Price is also a member of the American Medical Association.

    It will be hard for Trump to fight Big Pharma, they are so powerful, Just remember how they treated Robert Kennedy Jr, when Trump met him on vaccine issues regarding autism. They destroyed him and ridiculed him. But, I think that eventually,Trump will meet with DR. William Thompson. and he will turn things around.

    I am also reassured by the fact that Melania Trump is even a bigger believer than Trump, that vaccines cause autism. She will put pressure on him.

    • jill says:

      Dear Americans…You have all been played for fools for so long now ,I, for one, cannot take it anymore…EVERY SO CALLED UNKNOWN CAUSE DISEASE is the direct result of having a SUPER INFECTION OF MICROBES” from ANTIBIOTICS , which they WARNED YOU TO WATCH FOR…but when those signs were seen , these men told you “NO< THATS NOT A SIGN , that is something else…There are 100's of hidden journals in the NLOM that state "FATAL INFECTIONS CAUSED BY STAPH AFTER ANTIBIOTIC THERAPY , that "STAPH, which they call GRAM POSITIVE BACTERIA is usually called FUNGI…These men found STAPH in 50% of our meat supply way back in the 60's , right after they started selling them…we have been fed it for 6 more decades …every child given antibiotics like candy in the 70's is either in jail, with this STAPH, homeless, mentally ill and killed their kids ,parents or husbands, wives…get a clue please

  13. From Quebec says:


    It is sad to see, that this site has recently appealed to the worst of Trump haters.
    But, it seems to be the norm now. All these leftist haters are invading conservative sites.

    Probably because Trump is winning so much. Just take today meeting with Putin for instance, what a big victory!

    Kudos to Trump!

    • honestliberty says:

      Would you care to expand on why it is you believe “this site has recently appealed to the worst of Trump haters”?

      I’m interested for two reasons:
      1. Why is being critical of a politician, and expecting the same level of fairness regarding his actions from the author, considered “Trump hating”
      2. How is it that you refuse to accept that many of the people who frequent this site appreciate Jon’s ability to rise above the politics. He talks all about getting outside the matrix and the importance of individual, etc… So there is a constituency that craves real journalism not aligned with any particular party or politician. Yet Jon is continuing to only focus on the positives, or at best only ask questions about whether his negatives can be corrected? Can you not see Jon refusing to be fairly critical of Trump?
      Are you so stuck in defending your group party that you can’t recognize the errors of it’s leader? I couldn’t stand Obama, but if the republican party is going to refuse to criticize “their guy” then they are no better then those scumbag snowflake progressives.

      • From Quebec says:

        First of all, Jon is not is not criticizing Trump, He his asking a question, which is a good thing..
        I always ask myself questions. This is what sane people do.
        It is some people commenting on this site, that are Trump haters, Never Trump people. That is the difference.


        !- Re. President Trump’s appointments in relation to vaccines (and much else): so far, so unsurprising. How did anybody believe him for an instant? (Nuala Norris).

        2-Because most Americans are emotional stunted naive children (honestliberty)

        3- Jon, are you finally catching on? Trump is/was/always will be a phony. He was a front man for the mob’s casino and real estate holdings. Deep State to the core. (Sean Thomas)

        And, to answer your second question, (Are you so stuck with defending your group party that you can’t recognize the errors of its leader?)

        No, I never believe in an error before the error is proven to be true. Trump thinks outside of the box. He is not a typical politician. What seems to be an error at the beginning, always turn out, so far, to be a brilliant move for Trump and the people..
        This is what brainwashed haters do not understand about Trump.

        It is much too early to tell.

        But, so far,.so good. II still have confidence in him and I will keep the confidence, till he proves me to be wrong.

        Do not under estimate Trump, he is brilliant. But, he is not perfect, he will make mistakes, but he will correct them when the time is right. .

        • KDM says:

          FQ, I think you are one of the smartest and nicest ( except Jon of course ) person
          commenting on Trump on this site. Thank You!
          I agree with all you say. I grew up in NY on LI and Queens and I am 71 yrs old. He
          was a household name. “The Donald” was a good guy,,,AND he still is!

          • From Quebec says:

            KDM, Thank you. I am 72 yrs old, and Jon is also in his seventies. It seems like this is the only generation that can still use imagination and logic at the same time.

        • Michael says:

          You evaded his question…it was.

          “Would you care to expand on why it is you believe “this site has recently appealed to the worst of Trump haters”?

          Secondly, are you saying Trump is incapable of error, of lying, of playing politics with his voters. Or using the office for personal gain?

          The polls regardless of, if we like or agree with them, are paid attention to by the public.

          There is a rise in the polls of an non-confidence; whither Trump is capable of carrying out what he has promised in his term as president.

          There is also a rise in the polls of whither he is honest or not ; roughly a 3% rise…

          He is the least popular president in modern times, but strangely the most popular amongst republicans.

          There is a loss in confident of whither he believes what he says…

          “But, he is not perfect, he will make mistakes, but he will correct them when the time is right.”

          But as we know a lot of politicians use the term ‘mistake’, when actually it is a lie they told, and cover it by saying it was a mistake.

      • Michael says:

        You go honest I’m your favorite fan.

        I’m right behind you man, everytime she knocks you down, I’ll pick you up.

        She’s from Quebec, and ya know about Quebec don’t ya…that’s were Trudy Zoolander lives.
        Also they speak two languages there, and make pountine. God help us. Cheese on french fries, what da…you’d think, they think they were named after them.

        Crazy people from Quebec; she speaking english here. But at night, at night she dreams in french. Bet ya din’t know that.

        And another thing their all ‘Righties’ not lefties.
        They flush their toilets different than us.
        Oh, Oh and they say things like “one beside the each, and one beside the udder”. What da hell kind of talk is that.

        And if you marry them; you seem like a nice young fella, nevr marry one…well, they mutter stuff in french under there breath. If theyr’e mad at ya.

    • bob klinck says:

      Translated through the media for public consumption. This is always spin, not truth. Yet many people can be counted on to react enthusiastically, having been conditioned to feel that they are thus part of the action. Without Groupthink the Planners could not have their way.

  14. There is one religion, one faith, one God. Medicines, including vaccines. No alternative medicines, no alternative ideas are allowed. Know that when you hear or watch the news about medicine, you will only hear one side praised, and one side ridiculed and admonished. There is no freedom of the press with regards to the God of medicine, the God of commerce. Even Trump, for all his bluster, stands down in the face of this God, and kisses its feet.

  15. bob klinck says:

    “…thoroughly debunked…” “…thoroughly debunked…” “…thoroughly debunked…” When you hear this phrase in regard to something as complex as human physiology, you can be certain it is not the voice of science.

  16. Don McCoy says:

    Investigations, like the Russian collusion investigation, founder and die when they uncover no evidence on which to proceed. This vaccination war has been going on for decades…and STILL the VAST VAST VAST majority of those being vaccinated are 1) perfectly fine after, and 2) effectively protected from the disease they’ve been vaccinated against. An illustration of this truth would be the resurgence of such diseases in areas of high refugee and illegal alien settlement–since they hail from regions which enforce no such public health policies. It’s isn’t rocket science–and the USA hasn’t become Autism Central.

    • Greg C. says:

      All our kids are above average, at least the vast majority of them. Who cares about the minority? They are not statistically relevant. As long as Autism is below 50%, I think the healthcare system can absorb it. If we can eliminate the dreaded measles in our lifetime, think of all the lives we will save!

      • TrishWriter says:

        Neurological damage that leads to autism is not the only thing that vaccines may do in children and adults. I, along with many of my schoolmates last century, had measles. No one that I know died from it. How many kids have died or gotten neurological damage after vaccines? I would love to see some non-biased statistics on this, but I don’t know if such statistics exist. There is a lot of anecdotal evidence for vaccine damage, however, and this evidence needs to be investigated further. Mandating vaccines, as the power elite are working to do (although not for their own kids), is part of the globalist plan. Those who escape these mandated vaccines will escape their damage. My kids have had chicken pox, which makes them naturally immune for life. How many kids die from chicken pox? Again, I’ve not known one, but what is in the chicken pox vaccine and what side effects are possible? Read the vaccine inserts for the possible damage these vaccines may cause. It is naive to believe that Trump (or any one person) can stop the big pharma vaccine roller coaster. This latest appointment seems to be riding the vaccine-globalism train and there’s no reason to think that this ride will stop any time soon, no matter how many families are affected.

        • Greg C. says:

          Exactly my point – I mean, do we really have to prevent measles? Except of course, for the senseless tragedy recently at Disneyland, where zero people out of seventy or so were hospitalized after contracting the measles. I think one boy had just one measle, so technically he did not have measles. But the media gave us a dramatic, day-by-day account of the alarming spread of this horrible disease – I can’t imagine having to endure those red spots!

      • arcadia11 says:

        greg – please tell me this is satire.

    • From Quebec says:

      In the West, death rates were declining years before the vaccine. It was because of improved nutrition,clean drinking water and improved sanitation. Something that the Third world did not have and still do not have..

      Maybe some vaccines could have been good at one time, but today they put so many deadly components in the vaccines that it creates all sorts of new diseases .

  17. michelle says:

    Just one quick comment here… How many vaccines do you think the vaccine makers would PULL if they were now liable for any damages??? If that happens, you will probably see a quick reduction in the ones that would be continued to be pushed!

  18. Theodore says:

    Also, imagine this… Trump, from his bully pulpit at a press conference, kicks the whole thing off as follows… without even mentioning vaccines…

    “You know, if you look at the leading causes of death in this country, the third one on the list is death caused by medicine and medical doctors. 225,000 people in America die every year due to correctly prescribed medical drugs and/or medical errors. I asked my people, ‘correctly prescribed prescription drugs? And they said ‘yes, sir.’ Medicines and medical doctors as the third leading cause of death; that’s unbelievable. And it’s been going on for a very long, long time, folks. And that number I am giving you, that is a conservative number. Believe me when I say that, believe me.”

    Imagine if he threw that statement out there, say, in response to a random question on guns deaths, or say, in response to a random question on heroine/pain-killer deaths?

    Man, would that get the ball rolling! It would flush the enemy out from behind their rocks!

    Also, for sake of argument, Trump views the world as one big negotiation… so for a public statement like that coming from Trump, we could view it as a ‘negotiation tactic’. Then the question becomes, for what? For example, “Lower your drug prices, Big Pharma, or I’ll continue to expose more of the fraud”?

    Also, for sake of argument, Trump is all about making short, abrupt, dramatic public statements (unlike monotone Obama and monotone Jimmy Carter) which capture the imagination of his supporters and make his distractors squirm — with the underlying aim of setting up a future ‘negotiation outcome’ that he already has in his sites.

    If Trump does bring any of these medical tyranny travesties to the fore — from his bully pulpit, it will interesting in which format the message is FIRST presented — if/when Trump first opens up the gate:

    * Short, abrupt, dramatic public statement (like he does with the ‘veterans VA’ issue)

    * The formation of an Investigative panel to be chaired by someone on his staff — with the details of that news going first to Infowars reporter Jerome Corsi — in order to out-scoop the lame stream media.

    * Behind-the-scenes negotiation with Big Pharma to get them to pull back on the toxicity — with the details of those ‘secret negiations’ going first to Infowars reporter Jerome Corsi — in order to out-scoop the lame stream media.

    * Other?

    • KDM says:

      I seem to remember Trump appointing Robert Kennedy Jr to investigate the CDC?
      Also, can you imagine the outrage when people find out what they have been doing
      with vaccines….The Shingles vaccine CAUSES shingles! They already have the lawsuit
      ads on TV while they are still advertising to people to get the vaccine.
      What if SIDS, Autism and a host of other problems is really caused by vaccines?
      What is to be done to the evil that created and knew what was going on?
      My mentally retarded sister; whom I take care of since our Mother died I believe
      to be vaccine damaged because she had a seizure @ 3 months old in my arms after getting a vaccine. No one connected the seizure and the vaccine it was 1964.

  19. From Quebec says:

    LOL… YES Theodore. I can see Trump doing just that. It would be HUGE!

    Send him a tweet.about your brilliant idea.

  20. Danchi says:

    Does anyone remember Trumps last interview on the vaccine issue on the Sharyl Attkisson show? Here is the transcript:

    Trump on Vaccines and Autism: Pro-Vaccine but Cautious- by sattkisson on April 10, 2016

    Sharyl Attkisson: “Viewer question: What’s your position on freedom of choice regarding various vaccines that could be dangerous for some children and why is the mere discussion of making vaccines safe censored?”

    Donald Trump: “It’s the most unbelievable discussion I’ve ever been involved in. If you say anything about vaccines that is slightly, like…holding back the hate mail, the level of vitriol, it’s incredible when you see it. First of all, I’m a big believer in vaccines. But there could something to the theory that these massive doses that are given to children have an impact on autism. There could be something to it. Now some people say no, some people say yes, I’d like to see studies. The bottom line is they have to get vaccinated. When I was going to school as a young guy, polio was a really big problem and vaccines knocked it out. So the vaccines are very important, but we have to study the vaccines and we have to be very, very careful with vaccines.”

    I think this is the last interview he gave on the vaccine issue. He also made this statement:

    The Science of President Trump: Scientific America

    “Alter vaccination schedules to avoid autism: Trump says he favors vaccines, but giving children smaller doses over a longer period of time. He has blamed vaccines for causing autism in children.”

    Trump advocates altering the vaccine schedule, not changing it. Parents can do that now.

    He’s also made a number of statement via twitter, his favorite way of communicating:

    Donald Trump quotes: Vaccines, Ebola and Universal Health Care

    Via Twitter:

    “If I were President I would push for proper vaccinations but would not allow one time massive shots that a small child cannot take – AUTISM.”

    “To all haters and losers: I am NOT anti-vaccine, but I am against shooting massive doses into tiny children. Spread shots out over time.”

    Trump: I’m ‘Totally Pro-Vaccine’ But I’ve Seen Them Cause ‘Horrible Autism’
    “It’s amazing that it’s never discussed,” he added, saying that he’s gotten thanks from people who are “incensed in terms of what’s going on with vaccines.”

    Trump, oddly, went on to state that he is nevertheless “a huge fan of vaccines” and “totally pro-vaccine.” He suggested they be given in smaller doses.
    Talking Point Memo article

    I never understood where anti-vaxxers got the idea that Trump was against vaccination or would change the vaccine policy. He has NEVER stated that. His beliefs have never manifested into actual commitment to do anything. I don’t think he’s made any statements after the Sharyl Attiksson interview in regards to vaccine and with the obvious decline in his mental state don’t count on his input into this issue.

  21. From Quebec says:

    You are wrong,Danchi, Your article is of April 10, 2016

    Now, read this article on | Feb 16, 2017


    “They tell me that they are still going forward with a commission,”Robert Jr, Kennedy said, referencing what he previously described as a group that would look into “vaccine safety and scientific integrity.”

    Kennedy said the president told him he “knew that the pharmaceutical industry was going to cause an uproar about this and was going to try to make them back down.”

    Trump said “I’m not going to back down,” Kennedy continued. Trump “knew many people who thought and believed their children were injured by vaccines.”

    Trump’s ‘not going to back down’ from vaccine safety commission, RFK Jr. says after new White House talks

    • KDM says:

      Yes! Thank you again FQ!
      You are right on
      I do not think Trump will back down.

    • Michael says:

      “Kennedy said Trump is “very pro-vaccine, as am I,…”

      “But Hope Hicks, a spokeswoman for the Trump transition team, said in a statement that nothing is certain yet. “The President-elect enjoyed his discussion with Robert Kennedy Jr. on a range of issues and appreciates his thoughts and ideas. The President-elect is exploring the possibility of forming a commission on Autism, which affects so many families; however no decisions have been made at this time,” the statement reads. (It is interesting that the team refuted Kennedy’s statement that he would lead a vaccine commission by saying Trump is considering forming a commission on autism, when vaccines are not related to autism.)”

  22. Nuala Norris says:

    To criticise someone is not to hate them. I find President Trump crude, mysogynistic, contradictory, inconsistent, ignorant, boorish and irresponsible. I don’t like him, but I don’t hate him either. I just wish he wasn’t President of the USA. It is unsettling to listen to the language of USA politics, which seems not to admit of any emotion or debating position between the extremes of love and hate. How can calm consideration of issues, respect and compromise emerge in such circumstances?

    • arcadia11 says:

      ‘How can calm consideration of issues, respect and compromise emerge in such circumstances?’

      clearly they cannot. it is not the goal of authoritarian government. and i agree that it is at the very least unsettling, almost to the point of madness. and while love may be necessary, liking is
      so not.
      i think it is vital to be honest and allowing with ourselves vis a vis that which we see as aberration, danger, evil, and be bold enough to state such. then go from there. thanks for your comment.

    • From Quebec says:

      This is what I get from reading your comment:

      – Crude?: You mean he is an Alpha male who is honest and courageous

      – Misogynistic?: Barbara Res, who at 33 years old became the first women to ever be put in charge of supervising the construction of a skyscraper, when Donald Trump hired her in 1980.

      – Contradictory?: You mean he has contradicted every executive order that Obama signed? Or you mean he is , one by one, delivering his campaign promises ?

      – Ignorant?: Gerome Corsi, Alex Jones and Roger Stone, have said that Trump knows much more then all of them together. And, two of them have a relaltion with Trump for over 20 years. Alex has not, but he now often speaks with him on the phone.

      – inconsistent?: To me, it means the same thing as Contradictory.

      :- Boorish?: To me, it meams the same thing as Crude

      – Irresponsible?: Sure, that is probably why his kids are so great. and that his company is so successful.

      Let me guess: You went to the January 2017 Women’s March on Washington. if not, you would have loved to go.

      • KDM says:

        FQ I LOVE you! that was a great counter punch!
        And Check out Donald J Trump’s IQ on the internet
        he clocks in at 158…
        And he looks like the MOST PRESIDENTIAL president in history
        He and Melania are stunning!
        You made my day FQ!

        • KDM says:

          FQ, I forgot to add LOL@ your last comment of” Let me quess”….
          It is hard for some to get over Trump.
          Many of us were taught all our lives that flashy was trashy! Some people see Trump as flashy
          and trashy.. I see the whole Trump family as elegant.

      • Greg C. says:

        Excellent! What a contrast between the superior character traits of Trump, and the silly memes that are flung around about him. I would add to “Inconsistent” that “consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.”

  23. We shall see but don’t hold your breath…..

  24. Samthedog54 says:

    The MSM are collapsing into their own excrement and Pharma is a biggy but only one part of a larger picture we call the matrix.
    This time many are waking from a slumber and are absolutely horrified by the lies spewed forth from our Tel Lie visions, we can thank the internet for this.
    There is no going back now for those who have woken up to this tissue of lies, the game is up and woe betide Trump if he stands in the way of this evolution.

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