Actor Robert DeNiro changed his mind about showing the film “Vaxxed” at his New York Tribeca Film Festival, which begs the question as to what kind of pressure he was responding to. From Jon Rappoport’s blog:
Robert De Niro, who has a child with autism, was going to personally introduce the film, Vaxxed, to the audience at his Tribeca Film Festival in New York.
He thought the film was important. It makes a case for a connection between vaccines and autism.
Then, an uproar ensued, pressure was brought to bear, and De Niro decided to cancel the screening at his festival.
One of the angles used to pressure him? People might agree with the film’s content and decide not vaccinate their children, or they might decide to space the vaccines out over a longer period of time. This horrible act might endanger lives. It might kill children. Continue reading