Confused Grandmother Can’t Remember She Wanted To Investigate Link Between Autism And Vaccinations

Posted by on Feb 03, 2015 at 7:13 am

We’re already into the 2016 silly season with all this vaccination chatter, so the rapidly aging and very confused Mrs. Clinton jumped tree-trunk first into the story Monday night.

Just one problem:

Like Barack Obama, who thought the science was inconclusive in 2008, Grandma also did, too. Although we doubt anyone of the lamestream media will point out these inconvenient truths.

As a U.S. senator and presidential candidate in 2008, Hillary Clinton expressed support for the theory that childhood vaccinations contribute to autism, writing in a campaign questionnaire that she was “committed” to finding the causes of autism, including “possible environmental causes like vaccines.”

Childhood vaccinations became a political issue on Monday after New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was roundly criticized for telling reporters, “It’s more important what you think as a parent than what you think as a public official.”

“So that’s the balance that the government has to decide,” Christie continued, adding that, “Not every vaccine is created equal, and not every disease type is as great a public-health threat as others.”

The subject of childhood vaccinations and the activist groups who oppose the safeguard — so-called anti-vaxxers — has come to the fore amid an outbreak of measles in the U.S.

Now while the media is trying to portray Republicans as anti-science, it’s worth nothing the highest rate of anti-vaccine areas are largely heavily liberal.

What is it with these anti-science weirdos in California?

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One Response to “Confused Grandmother Can’t Remember She Wanted To Investigate Link Between Autism And Vaccinations”

  1. Democrat Hack from Hartford on 3/03/15 at 11:00 am

    Who cares about the “truth”? Always Be Closing, I say. We’ve got votes to harvest. Keep your eyes on the prize, folks: winning elections = MONEY MONEY MONEY for us and our friends. Spread the word.