(Natural News) The evidence is clear that mercury is still being added to some vaccines, in the form of thimerosal, and yet the mainstream media, along with the establishment medical community, continue to cover it up despite what damage is being done to certain ethnic groups.
Vaccine truth activist Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., and Oscar-winning actor Robert De Niro, noted in a recent press conference hosted by investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson that black communities, in particular, are being targeted in a sort of “medical genocide” aimed at harming black babies with mercury-filled vaccines.
“It is the black neighborhoods that are getting the thimerosal vaccines,” Kennedy said at the press conference, held Feb. 15 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. “And it appears to be that African-Americans are much more susceptible to vaccine injury than other Americans.” (RELATED: Americans Wake Up To The Dangers Of Vaccines And Begin Rejecting Dangerous Medicine)
Continuing, he said that poor Americans who have to use publicly-funded clinics will get the cheapest vaccines, and those are the ones that contain thimerosal.
In August 2014, Natural News reported not only that MMR vaccines do lead to an increase in autism, but that black babies are 340 percent more likely to develop autism after receiving the shot. And it turns out that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention knew about it long before the truth came out:
As it turns out, the CDC fudged some numbers in a 2003 study it conducted on the MMR vaccine that, if honestly reported, would have revealed a 340 percent increased risk of autism among male African American infants.
Kennedy, chairman of the World Mercury Project, noted as well that it was virtually impossible for anyone within the traditional medical establishment to discuss or expose the horrific nature of mercury-laced vaccines, mostly because of the outsized influence of Big Pharma, which makes billions a year off of selling them.
As for De Niro, he was actually threatened by the pro-vaccine medical establishment to censor a film, “VAXXED: From Cover-up to Catastrophe,” at his Tribeca Film Festival, an annual event featuring indy films.
As Natural News founder/editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, reported at the time:
There has never been an assault against a documentary film in the history of America like the one we’ve just witnessed over the last 48 hours. The entire mainstream media waged a coordinated, simultaneous attack against the Tribeca Film Festival to censor a film none of them had even seen.
In this video published Feb. 15, Adams featured prior audio of CDC whistleblower Dr. William Thompson, who was the first to disclose his agency’s fake science regarding vaccines and mercury content and how they related to a rise in autism.
Adams challenged detractors to actually drink mercury if it’s really so safe. He calls them “mercury vaccine pushers.”
“If you really think mercury is safe, I challenge you to drink a liter,” he says in the video. “Prove to the world it’s safe to inject into children.” (RELATED: The Unvarnished Truth About Mercury In Vaccines: Not One Modern Safety Test Has Ever Been Done)
De Niro said his autistic son changed overnight following an MMR vaccine.
“There’s a lot of things that are not said. Nobody seems to want to address that, or they say they’ve addressed it and it’s a closed issue,” he said during an interview after the VAXXED film was pulled from his festival.
“But it doesn’t seem to be because there are many people who say they saw their kid change overnight,” he said, as reported by the UK’s Daily Mail. “My wife says that (is what happened to my son). I don’t remember. But my child is autistic.”
De Niro said he’s not convinced the issue is settled. “Let’s find out the truth.”
Check out additional information at the World Mercury Project. The organization has offered $100,000 to the first person who finds a scientific study proving that injecting thimerosal into children is safe.
J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for NaturalNews.com and NewsTarget.com, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.