The “Unmasking” Campaign…

All of My time In Washington This Last Week I Was Thinking That…

By Kent Heckenlively, JD

I am sick and tired of powerful people who have their own personal experiences with vaccine injury, but choose not to speak out for fear of losing some of their power.  They are bearing false witness against the truth and the fate of the human race.  IT HAS GOT TO STOP.

Jenny McCarthy was attacked by Pharma shills for coming forward about her vaccine damaged child…

Jenny McCarthy was criticized by some in our community when she talked publicly about her son’s vaccine injury.  There were those who said she should’ve have waited until somebody with more gravitas stepped up to the plate.  What do we know now?

Even BEFORE Jenny McCarthy suspected vaccine injury, so did Robert De Niro.  Why did he remain quiet?  Was it so important to make “Meet the Fockers” and “Bad Grandpa”?

We also know that Sylvester Stallone and John Travolta had children with autism during this time.  I don’t know what those two thought about vaccines, but seriously, when this happens to your child, how can you not think about it?

Think of what could have existed if those three actors had joined Jenny in speaking out publicly?  De Niro, Stallone, and Travolta, you let us down.  Jenny McCarthy was the true action hero.  You guys only play them in the movies.

But such cowardice in the face of a MONUMENTAL ASSAULT ON ALL OUR CHILDREN isn’t the sole province of Hollywood actors. 

As somebody who IMMEDIATELY started speaking out fifteen years ago when I suspected vaccine injury in my children, I have talked to a lot of people and heard a lot of stories about who is SECRETLY in our camp.

There are A LOT of untold stories concerning well-known people in what has become the VACCINE GRAVEYARD OF SILENCE.  I happen to know a lot of them and have NEVER spoken about them.  The time for silence is over.  Silence equals death for some and a lifetime of suffering for many.


On September 1, 2017, I plan to start sharing these stories.  In just about a half hour, I was able to easily come up with fifteen prominent people.  I’m sure that the readers of this article can also provide me with many more.

I understand that this “unmasking” campaign shares many similarities to the “outing of closeted gay individuals in order to combat homophobia.  I also know it was controversial.  This is not something I take lightly.

But when I consider that the pharma forces pay for the majority of the advertising on the news, that they have fifteen hundred lobbyists for Congress, they spend twice as much money lobbying Congress as their nearest competitors (the oil and gas companies) and they have COMPLETE IMMUNITY for harm caused by their products, it is difficult to figure out how to level the playing field.

From May to September of this year I am asking for a VOLUNTARY UNMASKING of well-known scientists, film and television stars, media personalities, and politicians. 

I know the media will probably not cover your story, but if you put out a press release, a statement on Facebook, or even if you want to do Twitter, I will consider your story told.


By Kent Heckenlively, JD


Kent Heckenlively is the author of INOCULATED: How Science Lost its Soul in Autism, available on Amazon and at Barnes&


12 thoughts on “The “Unmasking” Campaign…”

  1. Great strategy—Voluntary unmasking of their closet autism/vaccine stories. I see you plan on a time frame of May to September to invite them to share. I can feel a tantalizing other shoe to be dropped and that being Involuntary Unmasking from October to May. These folks are public figures and everything that can be outed about them by the paparazzi or anyone with access to juicy details finds a way to get it out there. For the sake of all the unsuspecting people in harm’s way, I encourage you to prod them, one way or another, to speak up. By their already being in the public eye, they are watched and listened to. They could be great spokesmen for the cause, willingly or otherwise.

  2. Great idea! I hope they stand tall in their truths and are BRAVE enough to share them with the world! We KNOW they are out there—we know lots are not vaccinating too! BE BRAVE!!!

  3. Maybe the ladies like Jenny McCarthy tend to be more activistic since they are having more daily contact with their kids or have that natural protective instinct. And what ever happened to Jim Carrey? Rob Schneider has certainly been active in this area. I also heard that Jerry Lewis worked with Dr. Joel Wallach to actually cure some MD-afflicted kids and that was the reason he got kicked out of that organization, because they gave the kids the right nutrients to heal! So maybe those two could also be contacted. In other words if we expand our tent we might get more people to come aboard. Not sure about Ted Cruz though!!

  4. I love this, Kent! Thank you so much for carrying the ball on this plan. I’ll see if I can seek some sympathetic folks who are ready to tell their stories, too.

  5. You really need to set up a twitter campaign with a #hashtag. (If you don’t know how, ask a child.)

    Then ask people with large followings to retweet it.

    Use the power of social media.
    I don’t care for it myself largely because of it’s tendency to host intrusive tracking, but it power is undeniable, and (so far) it trumps mainstream censorship. Unless twitter itself is turned against you by the usual suspects, and starts censorship. Then you can turn to e-petitions.

  6. My story goes all away to 1970. Soviet Union. My daughter had her vaccine at 6 month of age and 2-3 day later sever otitis. It continued for 12 (!!!!!) years. At one point she lost her hearing in one ear! “Doctors” were treating her with enormous amount of antibiotics to the point that at 7 month she had dysbiosis! Now she is diabetic and migraines sufferer. I am sooooo anti- allopathic medicine. Because plenty of mistakes I witnessed during her and my own interactions with “doctors”. One of them proscription antibiotic for my daughter 10 times higher dose for her otitis then she needed. Pharmacist who had to feel that proscription was in shock and send me back to so call “doctor”. He destroyed proscription and gave me another without any apologies.

  7. Hmm. While in theory I may agree with this, Kent, looking at the other side of the fence, I have issues as to what you’re proposing. First, you don’t know (or maybe you do) these people on a first-hand basis. For all you know, they could very well be helping this cause, but doing it quietly behind the scenes. Not everyone who is helping is doing so on a public platform.

    I’ve been helping behind the scenes for almost 20 plus years, and the only time I became more or less public with my vocalizations about the vaccine issue was when I worked w/a prominent organization a state director for a brief amount of time. Prior to that directorship, at one time I ran an Internet support group for parents who had various issues regarding vaccination, i.e., as in exemption issue questions, or questions about enrolling one’s child into a YMCA dance class and the daughter was not vaccinated. I was more than happy to help in any way I could and it made me feel great when I would get feedback from some of these parents, thanking me for helping them out. I may not have been helping in a sort of Kent Heckenlively fashion, or in a Robert Kennedy, Jr. fashion, but I was still helping in any way that I could.

    There are a plethora of reasons some people don’t voice their opinions publicly about this issue. While I, too, wish that more of these folks would, I don’t feel it’s my place to tell certain people they need to speak up (as much as I wish they would). Very valid concerns regarding career issues and whether one may be able to feed/clothe and take care of one’s family, are but just a few concerns many people have when deciding when, and how, to speak out about this issue.

    I had concerns, as well, due to familial connections to government that really concerned a family member when I was more vocal about this issue. And yes – it was a very, very valid concern. But I did what I could, and in the way I, personally, felt WAS RIGHT FOR ME.

    So no – I’m going to state that while I do sincerely wish more folks would speak out about this issue, I also understand the concerns that many most likely have as to why they’ve not come out more publicly on this issue.

    But again, that doesn’t mean that these folks of whom you’ve mentioned, above, have not done so quietly. They could be spreading the word about their concerns on this issue in ways of which you are completely unaware.

  8. More succinctly, I am simply stating that just as we (those of whom have vaccine concerns re safety, etc.) do not wish to be forced to take these vaccines, either for ourselves and/or our children through various means (exemptions/mandates), we cannot, therefore, force others to come out publicly and speak out about this issue, no matter how passionate we feel about this cause.

    We can’t say, on our side of the fence, ‘You don’t have the right to mandate I take your bloody, poisonous brew; I should have the freedom to choose what I do or don’t put into my body!,’ but then state that OUR side has the right to force someone else to come out and speak their minds about this issue, whether they’re comfortable or not, doing so.

    Can’t have it both ways.

    Make no mistake, I get – completely – where you’re coming from. I do. But I would never, ever dream for forcing someone to come out and speak up on this issue. You cannot force someone to do something they’re just not comfortable doing.

  9. Bayareamom, Good point. Just as vaccinations should not be compulsory, nor should speech be compulsory. Thanks for your input.

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