Two words from Dr Jack Wolfson

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“To those medical doctors who called for my license to be revoked, I have two words for you… case dismissed.

Actually I had two other words for you, but children may be reading this post.”

Back in February it was noted here that cardiologist Dr Jack Wolfson was under investigation by the Arizona Medical Board for taking a pro-choice stance when it comes to the subject of vaccination.

Wolfson is of the opinion that “it should be the parents’ decision, it should be their informed consent, they should know the risks and the benefits of any procedure they choose whether it’s cardiology-wise or certainly vaccines.”

 

Dr Wolfson’s full public statement

 

To those medical doctors who called for my license to be revoked, I have two words for you… case dismissed.

Actually I had two other words for you, but children may be reading this post.

The Arizona Osteopathic Medical Board briefly reviewed my case and decided that while many people may be against my opinions, some people may be in agreement with me. But it is my First Amendment right to MAKE those statements. Case dismissed.

Some of you may not have heard my story which culminated in 38 complaints to the medical board, so let me recap.

In late January of this year, I was interviewed by NBC regarding cases of the measles virus that appear to have started at Disneyland. Many voiced their displeasure with my television comments. In response, I crafted a blog post on VaccineImpact.com that went viral, viewed by hundreds of thousands and shared all over social media. The article was a scathing condemnation of parents who blindly follow their doctor’s advice, loading up their children with vaccines. Most parents do not question vaccine safety or the benign childhood infections vaccines were designed to prevent. I stand by that post today as much as on the day I crafted it.

The mass circulation of the post led to an appearance on CNN with Erin Burnett. After a lopsided debate in which the deck was stacked against me, the talking-head moron, Burnett, goes off her teleprompter script to announce to the world that she, “Dr. Burnett” did her research. She vaccinated her children. My guess is that she spent her child’s doctor visit texting on her cell phone.

Later that same evening, I let the devil into my house. Her name is Elizabeth Cohen of CNN. After 45 minutes of taping, I unfortunately gave her the sound bite she wanted. The same question was asked over and over. “Could you live with yourself if your child infected another child and that child died?”

My response always started off…” As a father, as a doctor, and as a human being, it pains me to think of any child getting sick. But, I am not going to put my child’s life at risk to theoretically save another child.” In my final moment of frustration, I gave her the sound bite she craved, as a vampire would lust for blood.

I also stated that the immuno-compromised child in the discussion likely got cancer from a vaccine onslaught. Formaldehyde, a component of vaccines, has been linked with leukemia, the exact cancer that afflicted the child in the story. Again, it pains me that parents are so ignorant as to allow their children to eat, drink, bath, and wear chemicals. But nothing is worse than injecting the poisons directly into the body.

To all the pediatricians in the world, please show me the study that found 69 doses of 16 vaccines do not cause cancer, auto-immune disease, and brain injury.

The number one job of a parent is to protect their children. My wife ate pure organic Paleo while pregnant. We did a home birth, breast fed for three years, and co-sleep with our children. We avoid dangerous household products.

There is no freakin’ way we are injecting them with known carcinogens and immune activators, the exact toxins we spend our lives trying to avoid. After all, we are talking about mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde, antibiotics, aborted human fetal tissue, animal tissue, ethylene glycol etc. All this to prevent viruses like measles and chicken pox. Chicken pox!

All of my media exposure and comments generated 38 complaints to the Arizona Osteopathic Medical Board and an investigation was opened. Many of those who complained were medical doctors from around the country. None were from patients of mine, of course.

Some of those doctors who complained were fellow D.O. brothers and sisters. They obviously forgot the foundations of osteopathic medicine, created by A.T. Still in the late 1800′s. Still, a contemporary of D.D. Palmer, the founder of chiropractic, recognized that mainstream medicine was using danger treatment modalities such as mercury and arsenic. He denounced the doctors of the time and believed in the innate ability of the body to heal when given the right nutrients and causative factors are removed.

A.T. Still is rolling over in his grave seeing the vast majority of osteopaths for what they are, drug peddlers and wanna-be MD’s.

After CNN, I realized mainstream media is never fair and balanced. They have an agenda to appease their advertising puppeteers. I continued to promote my message on the radio, social media, lectures, and of course, my new book, The Paleo Cardiologist. I have never gone dark as CNN accused me of doing.

Do people really want to live in a country where doctors cannot have opinions outside of those promoted by pharmaceutical companies and the doctors on their payroll? Should doctors like me shut up about pharmaceutical dangers and useless procedures? Do you wish the anti-smoking community had just shut up about the risk of tobacco? Or that leaded gasoline was still in use, or allowed in children’s toys and paint for houses?

I am free to speak my mind and speak the truth, as a doctor, a father, and an American. I urge you and urge all doctors to come out of the shadows and from under the rock where they hide. Open your eyes and open your mouth.

There are hundreds of us out there on the front line defending the sanctity of children. Join us.

In health,
Jack Wolfson DO, FACC – The Paleo Cardiologist

http://www.wolfsonintegrativecardiology.com

Mike Adams at Natural News has written an excellent piece about Wolfson, entitled “Anti-vaccine witch hunt FAIL: Dr. Jack Wolfson cleared of all charges for exercising his free speech rights on the issue of vaccine risks and the stupidity of blind medical obedience”. Read it here.

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