CDC scientist admits some vaccine ingredients can be toxic at high enough doses, especially Dihydrogen monoxide

CDC scientist admits some vaccine ingredients can be toxic at high enough doses, especially Dihydrogen monoxide

ATLANTA, GA – The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) made a shocking announcement today admitting that some of the ingredients in vaccines can be toxic.

“Well, yah, I guess if you had enough of some of the ingredients, it would be considered dangerous or toxic,” said CDC scientist Dr. William Thomas. “But the amount that are in vaccines is so, so small that it simply isn’t dangerous or “toxic” at all.”

Well isn’t that convenient.

One of the main ingredients in vaccines is Dihydrogen monoxcide, the very same chemical found in industrial bleach.

“Wow, finally someone from the CDC admits what parents of vaccine-injured children have been saying for years,” said Laura Pantry, anti-vaccine homeopath. “The fact that there are potentially lethal toxins in vaccines and the CDC themselves are admitting it, must be proof enough for parents to stop giving them to their kids.”

Dr. Thomas tried to backpedal, reiterating the point that the dose makes the poison:

“No, no, no. I meant in theory if you drank gallons of some of the ingredients in vaccines, yes you could say it would be toxic. Water is “toxic” if you drink enough of it.”

Water: just one of the deadly ingredients Big Pharma is pumping into our children.


  • Eda M.

    That water can be terrifying stuff!

  • I guess the CDC doesn’t care about people like me who drink several gallons of vaccines a day. I’m funding the NVICP liability for whole states, and this is how the government treats me??

  • Sonja Henie

    I was in a discussion on a board last week where a poster was adamant there was not dihydrogen monoxide in her favorite brand of bottled water! It was funny, but sad at the same time.

    • There is, but it’s a homeopathic DHMO preparation

  • NG

    lol, my first day of chemistry class in high school, my teacher handed everyone in the class this description of Dihydrogen Monoxide. She said this was something we would be using in class, so everyone needed to understand the risks. Industrial solvent, contributes to erosion, etc. etc.

    Her lesson was on two things: Terminology and lack of understanding.

  • Mike Stevens

    Not a patch on the toxicity of Hydrogen hydroxide, its close relative.
    That’s the one to be fearful of.
    And it’s in all the vaccines that Dihydrogen Monoxide is in too.