On Tuesday, Congressman-elect, Mark Green (R) from Clarksville, Tennessee told constituents he believes vaccines “may be causing autism.” But he didn’t stop there; Green, who is also a medical doctor, also said he believed the CDC has “fraudulently managed” the data. We couldn’t agree more (especially on the fraud part).

“Let me say this about autism. I have committed to people in my community, up in Montgomery County, to stand on the CDC’s desk and get the real data on vaccines. Because there is some concern that the rise in autism is the result of the preservatives that are in our vaccines.

As a physician, I can make that argument and I can look at it academically and make the argument against the CDC, if they really want to engage me on it.”1

(Although the CDC claims that their data (some of it proven false) proves otherwise, we know from William Thompson Ph.D. (top doc/researcher at the CDC) that they have committed fraud in the past with their vaccine studies and burned the evidence.)


During the town hall meeting where he made his remarks, he reassured the people that he would “stand against” the CDC if they are withholding vaccine research info:

“But it appears some of that data has been, honestly, maybe fraudulently managed. So we’ve got to go up there and stand against that and make sure we get that fixed, that issue addressed.”2


As for Green, he and his wife have chosen to vaccinate their children. However, he has proven to be an ally in the fight for vaccine freedom and safety. He said, “There appears to be some evidence that as vaccine numbers increase, rates of autism increase. We need better research, and we need it fast. We also need complete transparency of any data.”3


  1. USA Today
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  3. USA Today