Dr. Weeks’ Comment: Little Rhodie comes though courageously! This is FAR more important for saving kids than marches by students.
Rhode Island Resolution calls for William Thompson subpoena and repeal of 1986 Childhood Vaccine Compensation Act
WHEREAS, The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA) was signed into law 2 on Nov 14, 1986, in order to reduce the potential financial liability of vaccine makers due to 3 vaccine injury claims. The law gave vaccine manufacturers complete immunity from being sued 4 when their vaccines cause serious harm or even death;
and 5 WHEREAS, In addition, the NCVIA limits patients’ and parents’ ability to refuse 6 vaccinations; and 7 WHEREAS, Since the childhood vaccine schedule was expanded in the 1980s, the rates 8 of autism have skyrocketed along with the increases in the number of vaccines given to children; 9 and 10
WHEREAS, In 2014, Dr. William Thompson came forward with a confession of 11 scientific fraud at the Centers for Disease Control in regards to a study done in 2004, regarding 12 the relationship between developing autism and the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine; 13 and 14 WHEREAS, In August 2014, under Federal whistleblower protection, Dr. Thompson, a 15 Senior Scientist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, came forward with a 16 confession stating that despite CDC’s claims to the contrary, the study done in 2004 showed a 17 causative relationship between childhood vaccines and autism; and 18 WHEREAS Dr. Thompson released a statement through his attorney that he and his 19 colleagues at the CDC had committed research fraud by destroying data showing a link between LC00523 the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine and the development of autism in young 2 children; and 3
WHEREAS, In 2016, the Director of the CDC, Thomas Frieden, sent a letter blocking 4 Dr. William Thompson from testifying in a Tennessee court case involving a 16 year old boy who 5 claims his autism was caused by the vaccine. The Director later stated that “Dr. William 6 Thompson’s deposition testimony would not substantially promote the objectives of CDC or 7 HHS“;