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Fox News made a huge blunder during the September 22nd, 2011 GOP debate in Orlando. The moderators claimed that there are no scientists questioning the safety of Gardasil, and that Bachmann was "going too far" by citing a woman whose daughter alleged the drug caused mental retardation.

Fox News should have paid more attention to the scientists in Lisa A. Bastian's report in Celebrate Life Magazine's November-December 2009 issue. In all honesty, if Fox News wanted to criticize Bachmann, they should have ignored the corrupt FDA and CDC's rush-to-judgment and siding with gay lobbies entirely. They should have accused her of not going far enough.

Over 47 poorly-researched deaths and 147 cases of sudden miscarriage plus the term "Gardasil Girl" arising in the culture ought to be raising a lot more suspicion. It isn't; because drugs that protect from diseases brought on by perverted sex acts are automatically sacred cows to the MTV culture, dead girls be damned.

No doubt, NAMBLA is watching this whole thing unfold with fiendish delight/intent; the likes of which not even Jerry Sandusky could be accused of.

(BTW, Dozerfleet is David Steifel. This comes from a wiki where he writes about his own media company, also called Dozerfleet, that does not actually exist.)

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