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#050: Vaccines with Del Bigtree

by Brett Hawes

Vaccines are with out a doubt one of the most controversial topics being debated today. Vaxxed Documentary producer and investigative medical journalist, Del Bigtree joins me on the show and helps to shed light on the side of the story that’s not being told. Here’s what you can expect on today’s episode:

  • Brief history
  • Are vaccines effective?
  • There are no double-blind, placebo-controlled safety studies
  • The Autism debate
  • Microbiome and vaccines
  • The rise in autoimmune disease
  • Ingredients including aluminum, glyphosate and aborted fetal cells.
  • Herd immunity
  • The silencing of anti-vaxxers
  • The role of government and media in the vaccine debate

Tap into Del’s main vaccine resource website, “I Can Decide”https://icandecide.org/ (this site is loaded with scientific references and studies)

Follow Del on his Thursday show called The High Wire: https://www.facebook.com/HighWireTalk/

Del Bigtree was an Emmy Award-winning producer on the daytime talk show The Doctors, for six years. With a background both as a filmmaker and an investigative medical journalist, he is best known for combining visually impactful imagery, raw emotional interviews and unbiased investigative research into stories that push the envelope. Some of his most thought-provoking episodes include a rare televised debate between Monsanto’s head of toxicology Dr. Donna Farmer and GMO activist Jeffrey Smith and an exposé on a “gold standard” medical test that mistakenly indicts loving parents for child abuse, causing their children to be remanded to Child Protective Services.

When he began investigating the story of the CDC Whistleblower, Dr Andrew Wakefield, and the fraud perpetrated by the CDC, he soon realized that he had stumbled upon a story of corruption and deception beyond any he had ever seen. Further investigation into the wrongful destruction of Dr Wakefield’s career orchestrated by Big Pharma and the UK Department of Health inspired him to focus all of his attention on what he believes to be the most crucial documentary of the year.