The World Mercury Project, a grass roots program headed up by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to educate and legislate against the use of mercury in vaccines held a press conference today and put a lot of money on the table.
Bobby Kennedy talked to a room of press about the lack of transparency with these issues. He talked about the studies done that revealed just how unsafe mercury is for our children. Kennedy pointed out that what the CDC reports and what the press reports is drastically opposite of what the actual scientific evidence has proven. The WMP site states:
Led by Chairman, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr, the mission of the World Mercury Project is to raise public awareness of the sources and dangers of mercury, help those who have been personally affected by mercury exposure, and push for the safe and responsible removal of mercury in all consumer products and industrial processes.
Autism and a plethora of other neurological diseases have been linked repeatedly to the use of vaccines in our children, yet the CDC continues to push their agenda claiming that it is safe. All mercury has been removed from over the counter products, having been deemed unsafe but we still inject our children and pregnant women with huge doses of mercury intensified vaccines every day.
With the backing of several scientists in the community, as well as actor Robert De Niro whose son is on the Autism Spectrum, Kennedy has created a contest that states that any member of the press that can bring forward a scientific study that proves that injecting women and children with these high levels of mercury is absolutely safe, he will write them a check for $100,000.
Kennedy claims that he is assured he will never sign a check since there is not a single document out there that states this theory. The rules and regulations are posted on the World Mercury website and the submissions will be judged by a panel of distinguished and collegiate scientists from the community.
Educating the public on the risks of the current vaccine schedule and composition can help push for more research into better alternatives and a lower rate of neurological diseases.
Here is the full press conference below. Note that the video cuts out for several minutes in the beginning but picks back up.
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