The CDC openly admits that these aborted human fetal cells are known ingredients in vaccines. The altered genes are found in ingredients called “MRC-5” or “WI-38,” both of which are openly acknowledged by the CDC as ingredients in vaccines. (See the CDC’s excipient table document here – PDF).
Brianna Acuesta – An investigation revealed that the FDA uses a variety of tactics to prevent the full truth from being revealed about a certain product.
Although the Federal Drug Administration is thought to serve American consumers by keeping them safe and well-informed, they are doing just the opposite by controlling the media and science press in order to create misleading and one-sided articles.
An investigation into documents released through the Freedom of Information Act by Scientific American revealed that the FDA uses a variety of tactics to prevent the full truth from being revealed about a certain product.
The biggest tactic is the “close-hold embargo,” where they invite a select few news sites to a briefing about the to-be released information with conditions.
Matt Agorist – On Friday, a landmark case against Monsanto’s Roundup weedkiller concluded in San Francisco in which a jury awarded $289 million in damages to a former school groundskeeper, Dewayne Johnson, concluding that Roundup gave him terminal cancer.
Naturally, Monsanto announced that they are going to appeal this case. However, what this case illustrates is a massive shift in the tide against the chemical behemoth. Had Johnson attempted this lawsuit just three years ago, he would’ve likely been laughed out of the courtroom.
Sean Adl-Tabatabai – A judge has sentenced an Amish farmer to six years in prison for refusing to sell Big Pharma medicine to the Amish community.
U.S. District Judge Danny Reeves handed down the unprecedented sentence against Samuel Girod on Friday, justifying his harsh sentence by claiming that Girod was selling a herbal salve that hadn’t been approved by the FDA.
Kentuckytoday.com reports: Outraged supporters of the rural Kentucky farmer pledged to seek a pardon from President Donald Trump.
Girod, 57, had been making and selling Chickweed Salve for years from his farm in Bath County, a half hour drive east of Lexington. The Food and Drug Administration labeled Girod’s salve a drug, which brought it under federal regulation.