A phone survey is a phone survey, unless of course…

Today, a phone survey hit the mainstream media blitz….funny though, because most  phone surveys are bullied out the door.


A few years ago Jenny McCarthy/Generation Rescue conducted a phone interview of vaccinated and unvaccinated kids.  What they found in vaccinated vs. unvaccinated children, was that vaccinated boys had 155% greater chance of having a neurological disorder like ADHD or autism that unvaccinated boys.

That phone survey never stepped foot into the daylight of mainstream media. It was considered nothing more than a “phone interview” and not a “controlled study”.

Yet today, a phone survey done by Denmark on the flu in pregnant women causing autism is being portrayed as an acceptable “study” and is being printed all over mainstream media.

ABC News ran with the study. Why wouldn’t they? They get paid a lot of money to either be quiet (Generation Rescue phone study) or speak up (Denmark phone study). The study was aired today on Good Morning America with good ole “Dr.” Nancy Snyderman urging every pregnant woman to hurry out and get their flu shot.


Pay attention pregnant mommas. This is a timely study announced right in the midst of flu season. Imagine that… A new study showing that pregnant women who contract the flu have a greater chance of having a child with autism. What will that do? It attempts to scare an entire population of pregnant women into getting a dangerous flu shot.

And it shifts our focus yet again, onto the newest and next thing that “causes autism”. Today it’s the flu. Yesterday and the day before it was: Fat moms. Old dads. Living near freeways. Living near rain forests. Pet Shampoo. Mattresses. Watching Sesame Street. What else am I missing? Everything causes autism, except _____. Right?

Don’t fall for it.

“Even the vaccine insert says the the flu shot “should not be administered to pregnant women unless clearly indicated.” Propaganda at it’s best. Where does ABC make their money these days? Pharmaceutical companies. ps- No I did not have the flu. I’m pretty sure I had the shot, though”  –Kim Spencer, mother of a child with autism

“There have been no controlled trials adequately demonstrating a decrease in influenza disease after vaccination with FLULAVAL.” and “Vaccination with FLULAVAL may not protect all susceptible individuals.” (5.5) PREGNANT AND NURSING WOMEN: Safety and effectiveness of FLULAVAL have not been established in pregnant women, nursing mothers, or children. (8.1, 8.3, 8.4)•
-Flu Vaccine Package Insert

I wrote an article recently titled: FLU FIGHTERS, where I share an abundance of information on how to fight the flu naturally and the studies showing how dangerous and ineffective the flu shot is. Don’t fall for the flu shot. Especially if you are pregnant.

As far as this phone survey making it into mainstream media…I wrote an article about two years ago sharing a dozen or so powerful studies on vaccinated vs. unvaccinated. Read here: VACCINATED VS. UNVACCINATED. All of these surveys & studies have never seen the day of light in mainstream media. But guess what? WE are the new media. So read the studies. Read the science. Don’t wait for it to be shared through mainstream media. The truth will not air on Good Morning America. Ever. So don’t wait for it. Diligently seek it out.

Knowledge is power. Pass it along.

One thought on “A phone survey is a phone survey, unless of course…

  1. I pretty well believe that it has more to do with the attack on the gut flora of the mom and/or the depletion of her glutathione levels due to Tylenol use. They universally say that untreated fevers can cause birth defects but I haven’t found any compelling evidence in the medical literature showing this to be the case — and I’ve looked. There’s a tiny chance that a high fever during weeks 4 – 6 could cause a neural tube defect (which probably has more to do with a A/B/C/D vitamin deficiency anyway). All other research is contradictory. Of course they believe Tylenol is not only safe but beneficial in pregnancy. Check this out: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20027042. Note that the “control” and “experimental” groups had nearly the exact same rate of Tylenol use! That renders the study useless.

    Not to mention, of course, that these women (in the study you cite) are simply reporting that they had the flu. There was no follow-up of their medical records so there was no test to say that they actually had the flu and not some other cause of fever. They also pointed out that women may have had the flu and forgotten or had a sub-clinical or unusual case. That all pretty well negated the results.

    I would recommend that women ignore this nonsense and instead take a good dose of fermented cod liver oil and plenty of probiotics, two things that are beneficial to both mom and baby under nearly any circumstance. Supposing illness does strike, my go-to remedy is fresh ginger tea. Good for mild detox, sore throats (it’ll knock it out at least for a few hours), stomach upset, and so on. Perfectly safe for all ages, even newborns.

    As usual, scientists “miss the boat” by ignoring/misunderstanding what “the biological norm” means vs. assuming that intervention is always better. Unsurprising yet maddening.


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