I’ll ‘Stand On The CDC’s Desk,’ Congressman-elect Demands Answers on Vaccines

A soon-to-be Congressman from Tennessee who is also a medical doctor criticized the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) methods of data management on vaccines Tuesday, describing them as “fraudulent.”

“Let me say this about autism,” said Republican Mark Green according to The Tennesseean. “I have committed to people in my community, up in Montgomery County, to stand on the CDC’s desk and get the real data on vaccines. Because there is some concern that the rise in autism is the result of the preservatives that are in our vaccines.”

Comments like these tend to unleash fury among Democrats, who have pledged their souls to their federal government saviors and would never dare question a government organization. The CDC has studied vaccines and say that its findings conclude that there is no link between vaccines and autism.

“As a physician, I can make that argument and I can look at it academically and make the argument against the CDC, if they really want to engage me on it,” Green reportedly said.

Green was speaking at a town hall in Franklin, Tennessee.

“But it appears some of that data has been, honestly, maybe fraudulently managed,” Green continued. “So we’ve got to go up there and stand against that and make sure we get that fixed, that issue addressed.”

Green added that parents should vaccinate their children, but that “more research needs to be done.”

For this, he is currently being and will be demonized by the mainstream press, which in its function as the propaganda arm of the Democratic National Committee is responsible for helping protect big government, in turn protecting the power of the Democrats who work in big government.


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