Robert De Niro warns that mercury in vaccines is linked to autism

It was a fiery panel at the National Press Club on Wednesday morning. Led by Robert Kennedy Jr., chairman of the World Mercury Project, the stage was stuffed with men who believed journalists had dropped the ball.

Kennedy spoke for 20 minutes, pointing to a leaning tower of 240 studies, three charts and several binders threatening to burst that all, according to him, proved that certain vaccines were unsafe to a certain population of children. So certain was he in the science that Kennedy announced a $100,000 reward for any journalist (or anybody) who could produce “a single study that says it’s safe to inject mothers with the levels of mercury we are currently injecting them with.”

(Read the rest of the story here…)