Barack Obama’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) head Thomas Frieden has been arrested for forcibly touching a woman.
The New York Times reports: “A 55-year-old woman came forward to the police in July and said that Dr. Frieden, described by the authorities as an acquaintance, grabbed her buttocks against her will nine months earlier, on Oct. 20, at his residence on Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights, the police said. Dr. Frieden, who was taken into custody at the 77th Precinct in Crown Heights, was expected to appear before a judge in Kings County Criminal Court later on Friday. He was also charged with forcible touching and harassment, the police said.”
The CDC is the thorn in the side of mandatory vaccine opponents, who object to the federal government forcing our children to be vaccinated before they are old enough to be able to consent.
Consent is clearly not an area of expertise for Thomas Frieden, according to the charges.
Big League Politics reported in April:
The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has finalized the numbers in its autism prevalence report, which was delayed for weeks due to in-fighting at CDC.
The report states that 1 in 59 children in the United States have autism (as of 2006 survey), which is a massive increase. The previous CDC report, released in 2012, stated that 1 in 68 children suffer from the disorder.
The new report states that 1 in 36 children between the ages of 3 and 17 suffer from autism.
CDC also reports a 20 percent increase in the rate of autistic children at the test sites that participated in the previous 2012 report.
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