The connection between vaccines and autism might be the most tried one in science, and it simply doesn’t exist. It’s rather the other way around; women who are not vaccinated against Rubella, and get infected while they are pregnant, risk having a baby with autism.
Literally billions of vaccinations have been administered. Very few people have autism. Most people with autism (at least the “high functioning” ones) probably think life with autism beats death by measles any day.
“Dr” Wakefield pretended he had a “probable scientific mechanism” too, and got published. It was later retracted, and he was stripped of his license and shown for the fraud he is.
Is that retired neurosurgeon Russel Blaylock? He seems a bit “pseudosciency”, judging by his Wikipedia page. The things he claims haven’t been replicated by other scientists.