Pop quiz: What does Amish population in Lancaster County, Pa. and the diverse populations in Chicago’s Cook County, IL have in common? Answer: They both have thousands of children who have never been vaccinated, and don’t have autism.
For years parents have voiced their concerns over the rise in Autism and a suspected link to childhood vaccines. In spite of assurances that there are no “credible connections” between Autism and vaccinations, many parents have not been convinced, and refuse to immunize their children.
A new study from Environmental Protection Agency may have discovered the missing link between vaccines and autism, which could vindicate parental instincts and strengthen a key component of the conservative platform.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s new study has shown a connection between the use of cells from aborted babies, and the sky rocking increase of autism.
According to reports, the study pinpoints 1988 as a significant date because that’s when the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommended adding the second dose of the MMR vaccine, containing cells from aborted babies.
According to LifeNews:
“The study found two other change point dates: 1981, two years after MMRII was approved in the United States with fetal cells, and 1995, when SCPI says the chickenpox vaccine using aborted cells was approved.”
“Jim Sedlak, vice president of American Life League, said today that his group is joining SCPI in calling for a Fair Labeling and Informed Consent Act to let people know of this link and the use of cells from babies victimized by abortion.”
When you look at the 1988 date when aborted cell lines came into use, it becomes clear why autism has been skyrocketing since the early nineties. Autism has a 1,148 percent growth rate, with the population of autistic children doubling every four years.
Until this new study, all parents could cite was anecdotal evidence from other parents, and by family practices like Homefirst Health Services in Chicago.
Homefirst Health Services is an obstetric and pediatric practice in the metropolitan Chicago area that has cared for an estimated 35,000 children over the years. It claims to have never seen a single case of autism in a child it has delivered and whose parents have opted out of vaccinations.
The Amish in Lancaster is another population who is both unvaccinated and autism free, there too, autism is largely unknown.
These populations of autism free children have been virtually ignored. Nonetheless federal health authorities and the vast majority of medical professionals have steadfastly denied that there is any link between autism and vaccinations. They have continued to add new recommendations to the immunization schedule.
Do you think the Left could put away its disdain of Conservatives long enough to join forces and get the DNA of aborted babies out of the nation’s vaccines?