AAP'S Big Lies About Vaccine Safety
On February 7, 2017, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), a vaccine industry lobbying and pressure group, sent a letter to Trump protesting the formation of a Vaccine Safety Commission. They included a list of 41 published studies which the AAP claim prove that vaccines are safe and effective.
The AAP stated: "Claims that vaccines are unsafe when administered according to expert recommendations have been disproven by a robust body of medical literature."
This was a big fat lie and is proven a lie by hundreds of peer-reviewed scientific studies that show profound risks from vaccines and even the warnings required to be included with vaccines.
A new organization formed by concerned scientists, doctors, journalists, and parents that is calling itself the "Vaccine Safety Commission" has thoroughly debunked the AAP claims and provided their own list of 50 published studies that expose vaccine risks.
In their debunking of the AAP claims they point out some of the deficiencies in the 41 studies, including:
A study written by a felon wanted by the FBI
A study which has been disavowed by one of its authors who admits that vital data was left out that supported a link between vaccines and autism.
One of the studies actually shows a link between autism and vaccinations
Many of the other studies presented by the AAP were industry funded and suspect, were poorly designed or contradicted by other more reliable studies.
The AAP was one of the organization which pressured Congress to exempt vaccine manufacturers from product liability.
The AAP also claims that pesticides are good for babies and tried to block a simple video that encouraged people to reduce their chances of getting the flu by washing their hands because the video did not promote flu vaccines strongly enough.