Much research has shown that a mother that has a chronic inflammatory or autoimmune disease has a much greater risk of having a child with autism.
The most recent study (link below) found that the children of mothers who have lupus, an autoimmune disease, are twice as likely to have autism as children of mothers without lupus.
The researchers investigated all sorts of medications the mothers received during pregnancy – but not vaccinations – and found there was no connection between the medication and development of autism.
But is there a connection between autoimmune disease and vaccination?
There sure is – check out all this research on our website that explores autoimmune disease after vaccination – things like lupus, MS, ALS, rheumatoid arthritis, ASIA and more. More and more scientists have documented that vaccinations and their constituents are causing a large spectrum of autoimmune disease.1
So what is really going on here?
We know that when mice are vaccinated even a few times, this can overwhelm the integrity of their immune systems causing autoimmune disease.2
We know that vaccination in humans causes a variety of autoimmune diseases.3
We know that certain maternal immune system cells can interfere with proper development of the fetal brain resulting in behavioral abnormalities in the baby.4
So isn’t at least one potential answer staring us in the face?
Susceptible moms get vaccinated either during or prior to pregnancy and develop an autoimmune disease or inflammatory condition and then her offspring suffer the consequences: the autoantibodies circulating in her body interfere with proper development of the baby’s brain.
And if the baby is born normal, the baby is vaccinated and then has to deal with being susceptible (like its mother) to autoimmune and inflammatory diseases which result in the production of their own autoantibodies that can cross into the brain and affect development of the brain, resulting in autism. And make no mistake, autoimmune and inflammatory conditions like bowel diseases and allergies are very common in children with autism.
Since we know vaccines can cause autoimmune disease and since we know women with autoimmune disease are more likely to have offspring with autism, why didn’t the researchers investigate vaccines?
Of course we are not scientists but a bunch of super smart scientists seem to be pointing in the right direction if not outright connecting all the dots.
So why is everyone so afraid to touch this?
Read the article about lupus and autism.