Pediatrician: Vaccines Didn’t Cause My Daughter’s Autism

Late last year, The Texas Observer published an article profiling National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston dean Dr. Peter Hotez. What is unique about Dr. Hotez is not just his background as a medical scientist and pediatrician but also that his, now 25 year old, daughter, Rachel, is autistic.

Dr. Hotez also authored a new book revealing his experiences with his daughter including making the case that the vaccines she was administered did not cause her autism. He was recently interviewed to discuss his new book and the growing distrust of science.

The anti-vaccine movement is an environmentalist front that seeks to kill off humans by infecting people with diseases (like measles or small pox) so people can die slow, painful deaths. Undermining vaccines by lying about them, falsely claiming they cause autism in children undermines legitimate medical science and can accomplish their goal of human extermination a lot quicker.