Wall Street Journal Solicits Dirty Legislation, Says the National Autism Association
Thursday May 20, 11:44 am ET
National Autism Association - Press Release
NEW YORK, May 20 /PRNewswire/ -- A printed piece yesterday in the Wall Street Journal called on three United States Senators to re-instate a Homeland Security Rider that protects drug companies from liability against thimerosal, a mercury-based vaccine preservative. According to the National Autism Association, with IOM's decision Tuesday that reported no connection between autism and thimerosal, WSJ stated in its editorial entitled "Vaccine Vindication," "Senators, how about ... giving [vaccine makers] liability protection..."
The three Senators, Olympia Snow, Susan Collins, and Lincoln Chaffee, put children first when they stood up to the secret rider that was inserted in the dead of night over a year ago. The provision was later repealed due to its unethical submission by a nameless party. Now, the three Senators are under constant scrutiny of the Wall Street Journal, a publication that has used its journalistic platform for political influence, reporting inaccurate information on events related to vaccine-liability legislation and biased information on autism-related studies, as well as badgering parents of special needs children.