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Gigategy » Jill Stein Deletes Tweet That Says "There’s No Evidence That Autism Is Caused By Vaccines"

Jill Stein Deletes Tweet That Says "There’s No Evidence That Autism Is Caused By Vaccines"

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Dr. Jill Stein, the Green Party’s candidate for president, just wants someone to like her. The function she served in this election, thus far, is to preemptively blame progressives if Trump gets elected. It’s unfair to criticize Dr. Stein for merely running for president, even in a tight race like this; there’s no inherent evil in making a futile attempt to dismantle the two-party system. Read more…

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Jill Stein Deletes Tweet That Says "There’s No Evidence That Autism Is Caused By Vaccines"

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