The top 3 things that #VAXXED is not: a movie review

Tobacco and vaccine scientism. Ugly business. Luckily vaccines aren’t addictive, while for some, vaccine incentives are. No matter the cost. Until enough of us had enough. Shift happens!

         Have a look at this excellent review of “Vaxxed” below, listen. Does it resonate? Can you discern fact from fiction? You don’t have to be a doctor to figure this out. Since doctors are taught to rely on the CDC. you may want to do your own research, like you do before buying an infant car seat. Search for independent studies, as a growing number of concerned doctors are already doing as well. At the very least look up the manufacturer’s insert of every vaccine. Be educated, know the risks.

         Thank you Levi, and Andrew Wakefield. I am dreaming of being in a choir of Quackettes, singing to the tune of Rick James’s Super Freak. “I’m a Super Quack, Super Quack, I’m Super Quackyyy… yow!!!!”I think I see and hear Suzanne Humphries, MD, in the choir too. A music video on YouTube. Being a quack is all the rage now 😉

 

Levi Quackenboss

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I had the honor of watching a screener of VAXXED: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe a few nights ago and I have been simmering on the thought of what I should say about it that hasn’t already been said.  You can read incredible reviews here, here, here, here, here and here that say most everything I would say, to tell you the truth.

But… I’m not about to say nothing, especially in the face of Paul Offit writing a “review” of the movie for The Hollywood Reporter without ever mentioning that he is portrayed in an unflattering light in the movie itself. Since Offit has a rich history of forgetting to disclose his conflicts of interest that omission is not surprising.  Not to nitpick, but the fact that Offit questions whether or not the CDC Whistleblower Dr. Bill Thompson was recorded without his knowledge leads me to believe…

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