This shooter was autistic.— John Morgan (@JohnMorganESQ) February 21, 2018
Why is there so much autism today?
Vaccines are vital but are they administered too quickly or in such large doses. A discussion is warranted. https://t.co/FYZzKA44t8
I am saying that our children are over medicated from the time they are born until the day they die. We are the Prozac Nation. For profit. https://t.co/eaCZUOgTxp— John Morgan (@JohnMorganESQ) February 21, 2018
"I in 45 boys in the US now have autism. We know what that does. But we blindly trust drug makers to tell us the truth. I have 4 recent grandsons. And I was and am petrified that the vaccine may be the cause of autism. They each were vaccinated because the risk of devastating illness is too much But it was done slower and over a longer period of time When I was a boy I knew no child with autism There is now one on every street Unless your child has autism you block it out If they do You wonder was it the vaccine because there is no answer And the drugs are pumped into our children from birth through college"Unfortunately for Morgan, the only sliver of truth to come out of this statement is the fact that Florida Democratic candidates are sleeping well tonight.
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