Jaxen Report

Are Statin Makers Eyeing the ‘Anti-Vaxxer’ Censorship Model?

By Jefferey JaxenImagine for a moment if drug manufacturers can act unethically when record profits are on the line – perhaps not a stretch. What if those unethical practices and

Google Manipulating Search Suggestions to Hide Roundup’s Cancer Connection, Lawsuits

By Jefferey Jaxen Since Bayer’s merger with Monsanto, the company has had three Roundup cancer cases go to trial – and they have lost them all in spectacular fashion. Bayer

3 Reasons Not To Trust The American Medical Association on

By Jefferey Jaxen The American Medical Association (AMA) has taken what many view as an aggressive stance in order to remove several sacred and time-honored barriers to pharmaceutical products with

Johnson & Johnson: A Household Name To A Public Downfall

We are in the age of multiple historic trials exposing corporate wrongdoing. Alongside mainstream headlines of Bayer AG’s billon-dollar Roundup judgement has been other historic legal cases unfolding. In 2017

Did Google’s Manipulation Sway Vaccine Legislation?

By Jefferey Jaxen Thanks to a recent Project Veritas investigation, it's now public knowledge that Google manipulates its search engine suggestions to create its version of reality. Google's internal teams

Is the medical community invading your family?

By Jefferey Jaxen Except for a few cases that break the reporting barrier into public consciousness, the idea of the medical system targeting children is relatively unheard of and poorly

Is the CDC Foundation Directing Mailchimp’s Vaccine Censorship?

By Jefferey Jaxen On June 7 Mailchimp announced it had already shut down a number of accounts for “anti-vaccination content.” Mailchimp also announced it was adding the ‘anti-vaccination’ category to

New York Becomes 6th State To End Religious Exemptions For

New York has voted to eliminate its religious exemptions to vaccination. The Democrat-led Assembly and Senate both approved the measure Thursday in the face of hundreds of protestors opposing the

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