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“Progressive” publishers lie about vaccines to protect Big Pharma
Mike Adams You probably already knew that “progressive” publishers routinely lie about vaccines in order to protect the profit interests of Big Pharma, but the bombshell today is that a prominent Democrat — Robert F. Kennedy Jr. — is also calling out liberals on this very point.

It turns out that both liberal and conservative news organizations are all in bed with Big Pharma, and honest debate about vaccine safety isn’t tolerated anywhere… and certainly not by “progressive” publishers.

Read the full, surprising story here.

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