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Ask your pediatrician to publish their autism 1 month odds ratio on Twitter. That's it. If you do that, you'll get a custom t-shirt and acknowledgment as having contributed to redpilling America.
If everyone reading this article asks your physician to publish their 1 month autism odds ratio, we can make it crystal clear to the world that vaccines are causing the autism epidemic.
Each individual physician can’t get in trouble since they are just stating a true fact.
The aggregated results will expose the truth.
Last Thursday, I learned from Mattias Desmet that there is no silver bullet that will wake everyone up. It’s all about constant truth telling.
Here’s something you can do right now that can really make a huge difference.
Call up your pediatrician and ask her to publish the 1 month autism before:after odds ratio for her practice on their Twitter feed like this: “Our 1 month AOR is 0:10.”
Nobody will know what that means except for us.
They can do it just for the most recent N patients that were diagnosed with autism where they choose N. So this can take as little as a few minutes of their time (e.g., N=5).
The one month before:after odds ratio is simply <# of families who noticed a dramatic overnight change in the behavior of their child consistent with ASD less than 1 month before the closest vaccine shot> : <same thing but “after”>.
Once these numbers are published, it’s all over.
And they cannot be punished for publishing truthful information as long as they make no further comment about it. Leave that to me.
You can make a difference!
Call your pediatrician and ask them to publish on Twitter their OR for their most recent 5 patients to be diagnosed with autism (or more) in the form above. Post a link to it in the comments so we don’t miss it.
With your help, we can wake people up to the truth.
If you are able to get this done, I will acknowledge you on my list of people who helped redpill America and you’ll also get a cool custom t-shirt to boot.