(Natural News) In just a few short days, Revolution for Truth will be holding a national call-in day for vaccine safety and reform, which aims to get as many people as possible to contact both Congress and President Trump to urge support for the establishment of an independent vaccine safety commission. This call-in day is taking place on March 30, though many people don’t know about it thanks to a media blackout by mainstream news outlets like The Washington Post and The New York Times, which are completely ignoring it.
On the heels of the release of the groundbreaking documentary film Vaxxed, which deals with vaccine safety head-on, Revolution for Truth, in conjunction with the World Mercury Project, is spearheading this awareness effort on behalf of children everywhere. Unlike WaPo and the NYT, these advocacy groups want to protect children against dangerous vaccine toxins like mercury, a neurotoxic heavy metal that’s still added to the influenza shot and other vaccines as a preservative. (RELATED: Watch as vaccine pushers are challenged to DRINK the very mercury they say is safe to inject into children.)
Coinciding with this call-in event is a live march on Washington, D.C., which will feature speakers such as Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Barbara Loe Fisher, Dr. Bain Hooker, Del Bigtree, Minister Tony Muhammad, Dr. Judy Mikovits, Zen Honeycutt, and many others with expertise in vaccine science. A complete lineup of the speakers to be featured at the rally, as well as full schedule of events, is available here.
For those who cannot attend the rally in person but who would like to participate in the call-in day event, a full announcement via Catherine J. Frompovich from Activist Post contains all the instructions on what to do. Natural News‘ Mike Adams has also published information on how to contact the President and Congress, and what to say, here.
WaPo writer waves magic wand, declares vaccines are safe, demands $100k reward from World Mercury Project
Just to be clear, the purpose of both the call-in day and the march on Washington is to draw attention to the known dangers associated with vaccines that many health officials are ignoring. It’s not an “anti-vaccine” demonstration, per se, but rather an anti-deception campaign that seeks to break the standard of corruption between the vaccine industry and America’s regulatory bodies that for too long have allowed dangerous vaccines to be injected into children.
The goal is simply to have an independent scientific body take a look at the science surrounding vaccines, both positive and negative, in order to come up with an assessment as to whether or not current policies reflect what’s best for the public. If this ends up indicting much or all of the vaccine industry as it currently functions, then so be it. But this is hardly some crusade to destroy the concept of immunization at all costs, as some have falsely claimed.
Even so, the mainstream media has not only ignored the effort in most cases, but in some even attacked it. WaPo, for instance, published a propaganda piece recently demanding the $100,000 reward jointly offered by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and actor Robert De Niro for anyone who can procure even a single study proving that vaccines are safe for children and pregnant women.
No such study exists, it turns out, but WaPo writer Daniel Summers makes the declaration in his article that the science has already been settled on the subject, and that he knows this because he’s a doctor who went through medical school. He also points to claims by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that vaccines are safe and effective as further “evidence” that vaccine safety is undeniable gospel truth.
What these failing news outlets are doing, in essence, is pushing lies and censoring the truth, all the while claiming that they’re doing it for the children. In truth, they’re pushing fake science to prop up the vaccine industry, which in effect is poisoning children for profit. It’s amoral, and it’s exactly why the Revolution for Truth is doing what it’s doing.
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