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VAXXED: Proud To Have Seen It Twice

by Catherine J. Frompovich, Activist Post:

After decades of researching as much studies, papers, data, vaccine package inserts and other documentation regarding Big Pharma-produced and CDC/FDA mandated vaccines, I finally was able to put to rest any possible “benefit-of-the-doubt courtesy” I could have had about the authenticity of the information Big Pharma-controlled CDC/FDA spouts as ‘gospel’ truth about toxic vaccines during the screening of the feature-length documentary movie VAXXED.  I saw it not once, but twice—two days in a row!

The second time I took notes, as I thought my readers would like to hear not only my thoughts about that most important, auspicious, and exceptionally revealing documentary, but also what happened after the second screening during the Q & A period that immediately followed the movie in which Dr Andrew Wakefield and two of the movie’s mom-participants, whose children are vaccine-damaged, graced the theater with their presence and graciously interacted with the large, obviously concerned, audience.  Some moviegoers, like my friend and I, were there for the second, or more times, to see VAXXED!  What does that tell you?

Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe Official Trailer from Cinema Libre Studio on Vimeo.

VAXXED was blacklisted and removed from the Tribeca Film Festival.  However, actor Robert DeNero, who has a vaccine-injured child, is having second thoughts about how he and his film festival were strong-armed to delete it from the list of films previewed.  Here are his comments as expressed to TV-man Al Roker.  “There is something that is not quite kosher in all of this.”

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