Government Blocked Findings That Fluoride in Water Harms Infants

New findings and emails prove that the US government tried to prevent Americans from learning about the harm being done to their children.

America’s Leaders Lie

The record shows the National Toxicology Program’s (NTP) assessment of fluoride’s toxicity, which took six years, was hindered by authorities within the U.S. government.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) likewise played a role in suppressing this information.

In particular, Assistant Secretary for Health Rachel Levine interceded in June 2022 to halt the publication of the internal monograph labeled as the May 2022 NTP review.

Nevertheless, the comprehensive report, the result of a multiyear systematic examination of fluoride’s effects on the developing brain, was finally published on March 15, 2023.

That’s after a protracted legal battle waged by the Fluoride Action Network (FAN).

The meta-analysis found that a safe level of dangerous fluoride exposure doesn’t exist. Independent peer reviewers all determined that prenatal and early-life fluoride exposure lowers IQ in children.

These findings were supported by the meta-analysis.

The government’s actions to prevent the citizens from knowing definitively that fluoride is negatively impacting our children are atrocious. They underline the abuses of power that keep being revealed, all thanks to COVID.

There has only been one other historical instance of an NPT study being obstructed from release. That case involved bombshell information on the carcinogenicity of Johnson & Johnson’s asbestos-contaminated talc.

Brain Development Affected

Unsettlingly, the meta-analysis discovered that 52 of 55 studies, all with consistencies, discovered lower IQ linked to increased fluoride exposure.

18 out of the 19 studies with good quality ratings found a lower IQ. NTP’s meta-analysis proves just how scary this is using scientifically proven facts.

Research on other neurotoxins has demonstrated that small changes in population-level IQ can have significant effects. The percentage of people who are suffering from a mental impairment would likely double with a five-point drop in population IQ.

This article appeared in Conservative Cardinal and has been published here with permission.