At a U.S. Senate committee hearing on vaccinations the other day, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, the Massachusetts Democrat, asked the director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases these questions:


“Is there any scientific evidence that vaccines cause autism?”


“Is there any scientific evidence that vaccines cause ‘profound mental disorders’?”


“Is there any scientific evidence that vaccines have contributed to the rise in allergies or auto-immune disorders among kids?”


“Are there additives or preservatives in vaccines that can be toxic to kids?”


“Is there any scientific evidence that giving kids their vaccines further apart or spacing them differently is healthier for kids?”


“Is there any scientific evidence that kids can develop immunity to these diseases on their own, simply by eating nutritious foods or being active?”


The answers were all the same: No!


(Hat-tip to DailyKos for this material.)


 

At a U.S. Senate committee hearing on vaccinations the other day, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, the Massachusetts Democrat, asked the director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases these questions:

“Is there any scientific evidence that vaccines cause autism?”

“Is there any scientific evidence that vaccines cause ‘profound mental disorders’?”

“Is there any scientific evidence that vaccines have contributed to the rise in allergies or auto-immune disorders among kids?”

“Are there additives or preservatives in vaccines that can be toxic to kids?”

“Is there any scientific evidence that giving kids their vaccines further apart or spacing them differently is healthier for kids?”

“Is there any scientific evidence that kids can develop immunity to these diseases on their own, simply by eating nutritious foods or being active?”

The answers were all the same: No!

(Hat-tip to DailyKos for this material.)