Anti-Vax Advocate Robert F. Kennedy Jr draws obvious conclusion

The article doesn’t make any sense.  It is saying that Thorsen claimed that Autism cases grew in number due to the removal of Thiomerisol?
“This new law and the opening of a clinic dedicated to autism treatment in Copenhagen accounted for the sudden rise in reported cases rather than, as Thorsen seemed to suggest, the removal of mercury from vaccines.”
Also, if it was a big fraud sponsored by the CDC, why would the CDC have been the ones to detect and advertise the misdoings?
“The discovery of Thorsen’s fraud came as the result of an investigation by Aarhus University and CDC which discovered that Thorsen had falsified documents and, in violation of university rules, was accepting salaries from both the Danish university and Emory University in Atlanta — near CDC headquarters”
Not to mention the fact the RFK, Jr is a pretty well known anti-vax supporter, so the article has a known bias that needs to be taken into account.

This is a quickie to try to get back into the blog habit.

Dr. Poul Thorsen, a Danish scientist who authored a large study on vaccine safety is being investigated by Danish polish for a $2 million shortfall in grant money received from the CDC.

There are the facts of the case.

From that, RFK jr drew the conclusion that this is part of a conspiracy by the CDC and Thorsen to cover up the link between Thiomerisol and Autism.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/robert-f-kennedy-jr/central-figure-in-cdc-vac_b_494303.html

The article doesn’t make any sense.  It is saying that Thorsen claimed that Autism cases grew in number due to the removal of Thiomerisol?

“This new law and the opening of a clinic dedicated to autism treatment in Copenhagen accounted for the sudden rise in reported cases rather than, as Thorsen seemed to suggest, the removal of mercury from vaccines.”

Also, if it was a big fraud sponsored by the CDC, why would the CDC have been the ones to detect and advertise the misdoings?

“The discovery of Thorsen’s fraud came as the result of an investigation by Aarhus University and CDC which discovered that Thorsen had falsified documents and, in violation of university rules, was accepting salaries from both the Danish university and Emory University in Atlanta — near CDC headquarters”

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