Darla Shine, the wife of Bill Shine, the recently appointed White House deputy chief of staff for communication, is under attack by the corporate media for her tweets expressing concern for the exponential growth rate of autism, especially among African-American boys, vaccine safety, and violent side effects of prescription psychoactive drugs, among other issues.
Verizon's Huffington Post, Jeff Bezos's Washington Post, and Mediaite, owned by Abrams Media which is headed by Disney/ABC News Legal Affairs Anchor Dan Abrams, have all published attack articles on Shine in the past few days accusing her of racism, islamophobia, transphobia, sexism, promoting de-bunked medical theories, promoting sexual harassment, in short, every accusation they can drum up hoping something will stick in an effort to discredit her. Other outlets in the corporate media echo chamber are picking up the accusations.
I know Darla Shine. She is not a racist, or any of the other nasty names being hurled against her. She is, however, very concerned about autism, and vaccine safety. And does anyone who pays any attention doubt that is the real basis for the attacks against her? Drug companies are the leading source of advertising dollars for the corporate media (as well as political campaign contributions.) And does anyone doubt that the goal here is to warn off anyone connected to the administration from stepping out of line?
Please click on the Take Action link above to send a message to the White House and let the President know that you too share Darla Shine's concern about the catastrophic rise in the number of people with autism, now 1 in 36 American children according to the National Center for Health Statistics. And that you too are concerned about vaccine and pharmaceutical safety and want to see real action taken by the administration to protect our children from vaccine injury, and stem the exponential growth of the autism epidemic.
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