Ethan Lindenberger On Calling For End To Vaccination Misinformation | Next Generation Leaders | TIME

  • Published on May 20, 2019
  • American activist Ethan Lindenberger shares his struggles growing up with the pressure to get vaccinated, and how his curiosity surrounding the topic had eventually pushed him to the front of the anti-vax debate. Learn more about Ethan Lindenberger, just one of 10 young people forging new paths in politics, music and more.
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    Ethan Lindenberger On Calling For End To Vaccination Misinformation | Next Generation Leaders | TIME

Comments • 22

  • Legal Fiction Natural Fact

    that's one OLD high schooler. lol. this bro is one shitty actor. THE AMISH DON'T GET VACCINES AND ARE VERY HEALTHY. you're welcome. :)

  • Jake Brinkley
    Jake Brinkley 26 days ago +2

    Crazy he didn't get vaccinated until he was 18 when everyone acts like unvaccinated kids don't live past age 5. Or is that just me?

    • Super Scared Corncutt
      Super Scared Corncutt 26 days ago

      Its just joking regarding living past 5 but not getting vaccinated can increase the likelyhood of you contracting diseases that COULD severely and adversely affect the quality of your life like chickenpox reoccurring as shingles or even kill you such as TB

  • Hildebeast Clinton
    Hildebeast Clinton 26 days ago +1

    Disease is coming

  • Badass Mother
    Badass Mother 26 days ago +6

    36 vaccines by the age of two. Read the ingredients, and ask what purpose mercury and aluminum serve.

  • Badass Mother
    Badass Mother 26 days ago +4

    Start by reading the Tripedia vaccine insert adverse reactions. Autism, SIDS, convulsions are listed as adverse reactions to the vaccine. I have the insert. What this puppet is suggesting is called suppressing the truth and gaslighting.

    • Paloma Arellano
      Paloma Arellano 11 days ago

      @Badass Mother Are you saying your kids got autism because of vaccines?

    • Badass Mother
      Badass Mother 26 days ago +2

      @Paloma Arellano The reason they don't have the exact number of reported adverse reactions is because DR's are under reporting. My own grandchildren's autism has not been diagnosed by the doctor and their ages are 28 months. age 6, 8. 8 year old functions at a 5 year old level. 6 year old is a hand flapper. Obvious signs of autism but Doctor is paid to keep her mouth shut.

    • Badass Mother
      Badass Mother 26 days ago +2

      @Paloma Arellano It states These adverse reactions are included because or FREQUENCY of reporting and SEVERITY OF REACTION.

    • Paloma Arellano
      Paloma Arellano 26 days ago +1

      Badass Mother right below the listing of those “side effects,” it also states “Because these events are reported voluntarily from a population of uncertain size, it is not always possible to reliably estimate their frequencies or to establish a causal relationship to components of Tripedia vaccine.” Meaning that those instances aren’t very reliable, and were done in a controlled environment. These cases are most likely than not, just coincidental.

  • David Foster
    David Foster 26 days ago

    _"Calling for an end to misinformation"_ .. Well, then you better start by turning off the Internet.


  • 2bRealist
    2bRealist 26 days ago +5


  • winterwinterwin
    winterwinterwin 26 days ago +5

    I thought this was Keith from Buzzfeed

  • Tracy Poling
    Tracy Poling 26 days ago +4

    Dumb punk, go get your shots and shut up. Stop being the poster child for injected poisons that don't work. Sellout, poor blip is getting attention no matter his lies

    • Super Scared Corncutt
      Super Scared Corncutt 26 days ago +1

      Lol I'd say you shouldnt reproduce but your genepool will thin itself out

  • brady alex
    brady alex 26 days ago +1

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    brady alex 26 days ago +1

  • Andrew Campbell
    Andrew Campbell 27 days ago +7

    I think he means, "america needs better education than cavemen"

    • brady alex
      brady alex 26 days ago +4


    • 2bRealist
      2bRealist 26 days ago +1

      @brady alex Now you have done it... Can't you see that kind of information is against THE AMERICAN MINISTRY OF TRUTH!! O_o

    • brady alex
      brady alex 26 days ago +3