Note: The Following Is Propaganda pushed by Katie Wright. All links go to further propaganda and autistic hate. Click at your own risk.
In 2007, on live TV, Oprah looked at Katie Wright and said, “Say what you want to say.” Katie said that her son had terrible adverse vaccine reactions and was now chronically ill and autistic—like countless other autism parents. She also said that appropriate safety testing of the effects of multiple vaccines on babies has never been done.
THAT WAS MORE THAN A DECADE AGO. Sadly, proper safety testing has still not been done on the effects of multiple vaccines, and the rates of autism have continued to drastically increase. #EndAutismNow
[Read what Katie wrote about from that media appearance experience here:
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