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This Movie about Vaccines is Being Censored – Vaccines in the U.S.'



FREE STREAMING of THE GREATER GOOD – the vaccine movie big pharma and the CDC don’t want you to see.

Have you heard about the latest trend plaguing the U.S.? It’s censorship. Censorship is now the preferred tactic of the tech giants and the medical cartel to silence those who challenge them. THE GREATER GOOD, an award-winning documentary on vaccines, streamed on Amazon Prime for nearly 4 years until it was taken down in March.

In February, Congress held what can only be described as two “mock” hearings regarding a measles outbreak and vaccines. None of the thousands of doctors and scientists who disagree with the official line on vaccines, no activists, and no parents of vaccine-injured children were allowed to testify.

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Shortly thereafter, U.S. Congressman Adam Schiff wrote letters to Google, Facebook, and Amazon asking them to censor any vaccine-related material that challenges federal health agencies’ official line on vaccines. Schiff deemed it “vaccine misinformation” despite the fact THE GREATER GOOD was vetted by a renowned scientist and a renowned pediatrician and is supported 100% by peer-reviewed, published science. Schiff has taken over $600,000 in his career from the health care industry and Congress has received over $80 million from the pharmaceutical industry in the past decade alone begging the question, whom do they serve?

There was no mention that according to initial reports in the New York measles outbreak, 75% of those who contracted the measles were already vaccinated. There was no mention of the fact that measles vaccines are known to damage brains and lead to seizures and death in some individuals. There was no mention of the fact that the studies used to license the MMR vaccine found gastrointestinal infections in 40% and upper respiratory infections in 55% of vaccine recipients, but FDA granted a license anyway. There was no mention that federal law recognizes that vaccines injure and kill some recipients and the Vaccine Compensation Program has paid out over $4 billion to victims. There was no mention that as few as 1% of vaccine injuries are reported. There was no mention of the fact that the vaccine makers cannot be sued.

Facebook, Google, YouTube, Amazon, Pinterest and others are using their power to protect the liability free vaccine industry at the behest of the politicians who do their bidding.

But savvy Americans know that when the powerful resort to censorship, the powerful have already lost the information battle. Since the vaccine industry can’t win on the facts, they pull strings to silence those who expose them. But the truth is available for anyone to see. In a little more than an hour watching THE GREATER GOOD you’ll begin to understand this critical issue of vaccines. Yes we face a sad state of affairs, but wouldn’t you rather be educated and empowered than uninformed and dependent?

THE GREATER GOOD broke ground sharing little known information about the risks and benefits of vaccination. The stories of families impacted by vaccines are interwoven with facts about our nation’s vaccine program.

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Trump’s Latest Tweets Spark Outrage



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Donald Trump played the race card on Sunday. He launched nearly three dozen broadsides on Twitter throughout the day, but a trio of his tweets stood out because they demonstrated how casually he likes to uncork his venom and how unwilling the Republican Party is to contain him.

Trump was targeting four new Democratic congresswomen of color (nicknamed “The Squad”) who have become ubiquitous advocates for progressive policies and occasional thorns in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s side: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan.

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Omar is from Somalia. The other three women were born in the U.S. Pressley is black and was born in Ohio. Ocasio-Cortez was born in New York and is of Puerto Rican descent. Tlaib was born in Michigan and her parents were Palestinian immigrants.

“They’re free to leave if they want. If they want to leave, that’s fine. If they want to stay, that’s fine,” Mr. Trump said on Monday, referring to Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Ayanna S. Pressley of Massachusetts. On Sunday, he said they should “go back” to the countries they came from.

Central to Trump’s racism is not just the content of the racism itself. It’s also that he’s asserting the right to engage in public displays of racism without it being called out for what it is. A crucial ingredient here is Trump’s declaration of the ability to flaunt his racism with impunity.

After all, the hosts at Fox and Friends contributed on Sunday by just having a few laughs about the president’s tweets. Meanwhile, Matt Wolking, the self-described “Deputy Director of Communications — Rapid Response” for the president’s 2020 campaign, did his part by responding so rapidly to the widespread criticism that he simply pretended the media misrepresented what Trump tweeted. And by my count only one Republican legislator criticized Trump all day. Representative Chip Roy of Texas crossed lines to offer what was ultimately a tepid critique of Trump’s Twitter storm.

Some principled conservatives were willing to step up. George Conway, the husband of a prominent Trump adviser, Kellyanne Conway, tweeted that Trump’s comments were “bigotry, pure and simple.” And, he added, addressing Trump directly: “You are a disgrace to the office you hold, and you are a disgrace to the nation.” David French, a conservative columnist with the National Review, tweeted that he “could think of few worse things for the soul of the GOP or the health and unity of our republic than adopting a strategy of ‘be racist to own the libs.’”

Jonathan Greenblatt, the head of the Anti-Defamation League, said Mr. Trump’s use of Israel in his comments hurts the Jewish community.

“He doesn’t speak for any of us. We call on ALL leaders across the political spectrum to condemn these racist, xenophobic tweets & using Jews as a shield.”

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Two Republican senators, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Patrick J. Toomey of Pennsylvania, suggested that the president steer clear of personal attacks and instead focus on policy.

“We all know that A.O.C. and this crowd are a bunch of communists,” Mr. Graham said on Fox News. “They hate Israel, they hate our own country.” But he also pushed back against the president’s suggestion that the women are not American.

“They are American citizens,” Mr. Graham said. “They won an election. Take on their policies. The bottom line here is this is a diverse country.”

He added: “Mr. President, you’re right about their policies. You’re right about where they will take the country. Just aim higher.”

Mr. Trump said he disagreed with Mr. Graham about aiming higher. “These are congressmen. What am I supposed to do, just wait for senators? No,” Mr. Trump said.

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