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Autism epidemic comes to Sesame Street after Elmo endorses CDC's experimental vaccine schedule

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(NaturalNews) The normalization of vaccine injuries as just another childhood behavioral "quirk" has taken to public television, with the beloved children's show Sesame Street soon to feature an autistic muppet named "Julia" who will be depicted as happy, fun-loving and perfectly normal – just different in her own "amazing" way.

Featured alongside the manipulative tagline "See Amazing in All Children," autistic Julia is PBS' attempt at mainstreaming a neurological disorder that Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) senior scientist William Thompson admitted is an adverse effect of the MMR vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella.

As we earlier reported, Dr. Thompson's public confession blew the lid on the MMR vaccine coverup, revealing that the CDC knew all along that MMR is directly responsible for causing autism in young boys, especially those of African-American descent.

Sesame Street has already introduced an online storybook featuring autistic Julia alongside pals Abby and Elmo. Entitled "We're Amazing, 1, 2, 3!" the book tracks the adventures of these three playmates as they celebrate their differences together, emphasizing that all people are "made differently" and "no one is the same."

Is autism really just another personality trait in children?

As the mascot of Sesame Street's ongoing See the Amazing series, autistic Julia's purpose as a character is to make autism appear normal rather than abnormal. Her creators want viewers to celebrate autism as some type of unique personality trait rather than the neurological disorder that it actually is.

Here's how Sesame Street's "See the Amazing: Explaining Autism to Young Children" web page explains the campaign:

"We are all made differently. No one is the same. ... [An autistic child's] brain works differently than yours. Your brain is like the boss of your body. It's what makes you you! ... The brain of a person with autism works differently.... Everyone with autism is different, the same way all children have differences."

Sesame Street presents such rhetoric as a primer to teach non-autistic children how to interact with autistic children. It's meant to protect autistic children against bullying and ridicule, which is an honorable cause. But it also avoids any mention of autism as an abnormality in brain function that should be further scrutinized as a disorder rather than accepted as "amazing."

Bill & Melinda Gates hijack Elmo character to push deadly vaccines on children

The next generation of children watching Sesame Street will be left with the impression that autism is completely normal, and that some children just have it for no apparent reason. They'll also grow up thinking vaccines are good, thanks to another indoctrination campaign recently launched using the Elmo muppet character, who now openly endorses the CDC's childhood vaccination campaign.

The cute, inquisitive Elmo of old has been transformed into a shameless puppet for the vaccine industry, pushing pro-vaccine lies alongside United States Surgeon General Vivek Murthy in a recent propaganda video aimed at children. After rolling up his sleeve for his vaccinations, Elmo is shown asking Murthy why all children aren't vaccinated, an obvious jab at parents who question vaccine industry claims.

It might be hard to stomach, but you can watch that video here.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation-backed Sesame Street of today clearly isn't the same Sesame Street that many of us grew up with. Sadly, it's been hijacked by chemical interests with an agenda to vaccinate every child in the world, which Microsoft founder Bill Gates admitted openly during a 2010 TED Talk covering depopulation and climate change.

Parents, beware.

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