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New Study Finds Zero Amish Children Diagnosed with Cancer, Diabetes or Autism



A new comprehensive study has found that no Amish children have been diagnosed with chronic conditions, which widely impact the rest of America.

In a new comprehensive study, presented by VSRF founder Steve Kirsch to the Pennsylvania State Senate, it was calculated that for Amish children, who are strictly 100 percent unvaccinated, typical chronic conditions barely exist, if any at all.

Across America, the current population of Amish people is quickly approaching 400,000.

The largest concentrations of Amish citizens are 90,000 in Pennsylvania and 82,000 in Ohio.

Amish communities have settled in as many as 32 U.S. states.

Families have an average of 7 kids so the Amish population is growing rapidly.

The Amish are a group of traditionalist Christians who are known for simple living, plain dress, and Christian pacifism.

They reject most conveniences of modern technology and pharmaceuticals and maintain self-sufficiency.

The Amish value rural life, manual labor, humility, and Gel assenheit

 (submission to God’s will) with a view neither to interrupt family time nor replace face-to-face conversations whenever possible.

Yet, despite rejecting all modern medicine and pharmaceutical drugs that the rest of the American people have access to, the Amish are among the healthiest in the nation.

As we recently reported, a study conducted by the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation (VSRF) found that Covid death rates among Amish communities are 90 times lower than for the rest of America.

The main difference, the study revealed, is that Amish communities completely ignored the guidelines from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Amish families did not get vaccinated or wear masks, nor did they engage in lockdowns, social distancing, or any other type of restrictions.

But the separated communities didn’t avoid catching the virus, however, as roughly 90% of the Amish have been infected

 with Covid.

These chronic conditions, which many vaccinated children and swaths of Americans suffer from, include auto-immune disease, heart disease, diabetes, asthma, ADHD, arthritis, cancer, and autism.

During testimony before the PA Senate, expert health advocates shared details on why there have never been any reports published regarding the health of Amish children in general.

“After decades of studying the Amish, there’s no report because the report would be devastating to the narrative,” Kirsch testified.

“It would show that the CDC has been harming the public for decades and saying nothing and burying all the data.”

Leading American cardiologist, and friend of Leading Report’s, Dr. Peter McCullough has dozens of peer-reviewed published works related to the rise of chronic conditions among the public.

McCullough has testified before the U.S. Senate and before legislatures throughout the U.S. regarding the dangers of mRNA jabs.

Kirsch and McCullough joined top attorney Thomas Renz and medicolegal death investigator Graham Hetrick on a panel of experts who testified before the Pennsylvania State Senate.

The experts all noted that chronic conditions are soaring among the American people.

However, they concluded that these conditions are non-existent among unvaxxed Amish communities.

According to the VSRF study, not one single Amish child could be found who had suffered from cancerautismheart disease, or other conditions that are on the rise among American children.



  1. Raymond Dale Babcock

    July 10, 2023 at 1:22 am

    Not a surprise for me for the unvaccinated are healthy and the vaccinated are very sick and unhealthy.

  2. Paul

    July 10, 2023 at 3:35 am

    Years ago Del Bigtree and Kennedy jr asked at a meeting with the CDC if they would ever do a study on vaxxed vs unvaxxed as the CDC had both the time, money, and importantly, the records, nicely divided already, of children’s vaccine status.
    Without waiting or pondering say Del and Kennedy, the CDC spokesperson immediately replied “We would never do that!” (study).
    Not, we would not do it because we don’t have the resources or the data, or because it would be inconclusive or any number of reasons but “we would NEVER!!” Why, because they know the result already and they may have already done a study but accidently ‘lost it’?
    Sadly I’ve searched for a long time and have been unable to re-find that article from Children’s Health Defence site. If anyone can find it I’d appreciate it.

    • Cyril Ribeiro

      July 10, 2023 at 5:27 am

      How does the CDC & Pfizer, Moderna, J&J get away with this? Can’t severe action be taken against them ? Or will this also disappear under the carpet!

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  4. Terri Fuentes

    July 10, 2023 at 9:55 am

    While I understand the premise, you have to acknowledge that they live an entirely different lifestyle. They don’t live on caffeine and alcohol, social stressors that we do, their food is waaaay better than ours, they live by their faith that provides them with structure & and way of life, and they aren’t “victims.” They support a family unit and both parents in the home. Their circadian rhythms are dictate by the day and night, not TV or computer screens. Just everything. I’m not saying it’s not being vaccinated, but there are other factors to consider, and Steve, you’re a smart guy. You know this.

    • Mike

      July 10, 2023 at 10:35 am

      How does “caffeine and alcohol” and problems with the modern adult lifestyle give KIDS cancer at higher rates than Amish kids?

      But of course you are a smart person Terri, you know exactly what you are doing…

      • John

        July 10, 2023 at 3:33 pm

        Mike, why forgetting about electricity and combustion? Do you exactly know what you are doing?

      • Jayden

        July 12, 2023 at 10:32 am

        It’s called adults having kids. If the adult partakes in caffeine, alcohol and other previously mentioned stressors, it’s probable some of that gets passed down to the children. And Terri was absolutely right about the food. Are you saying non Amish raised children don’t eat? Come on mike you know better than this..

    • Sink

      July 11, 2023 at 7:31 am


    • Sandy

      July 11, 2023 at 2:02 pm

      They’re food isn’t necessarily better, their choices are, anyone can choose to cook for their children but instead are lazy and making their own kids suffer illnesses…. for the almighty time saver, hey kids, you’re parents hate you.

    • Marquel Manigo

      July 15, 2023 at 7:39 am

      And there not manipulating there immune system neither I would thing that’s a big part of it since your immune system is connected to neurons and your gut health affects your brain and it’s all a wholistic system that has to work together whatever changes the immune system changes the gut biome whatever changes the gut biome changes the brain chemistry it’s fairly simple yet complex at the same time and most good doctors understand this and don’t advocate for medicine not needed it’s not just Amish people neither the poorer the country the less the diseases there may be viruses and parasites but zero diabetes autism and allergies in areas with zero vaccines by now we should know in life there is zero feee lunch only trade offs you shut one gene down you turn another gene on if I make you immune to herpes I might make you prone to cancer it’s just the way it works can’t tamper with the universes design

  5. Ellie

    July 10, 2023 at 11:20 am

    This is so misleading and incredibly untrue. They are NOT healthier in reality, only on paper. The reason there aren’t any reports of these illnesses is because they DONT GO TO DOCTORS WHO ARE ABLE AND WILLING TO DIAGNOSE THEM. What we intake definitely plays a roll in our health, however please do not believe that they are healthy because of their lifestyle. They are only diagnoses free, bc they simply don’t get diagnosed, by choice of their doctor, if they’re even seeing one. Not because they don’t have anything. And autism is genetic, the chances that 0% of their community is autistic, is 0%.

    • Jeff

      July 10, 2023 at 1:28 pm

      Oh wow Ellie is an idiot.

      • Lea

        July 10, 2023 at 4:23 pm

        Came here to say exactly this

    • JD

      July 10, 2023 at 5:03 pm

      “Do not believe they are healthy because of their lifestyle.” That is kind of a weird thing to say. Everyone knows that lifestyle is what determines one’s health, and besides that, they also are not vaccinating their kids, which is all the more proof why there aren’t many cases of diseases in their community, not solely just because their doctors won’t report it. It’s because they don’t have a reason to go to the doctor like we do. That’s just common sense. The rich and Elite do not vaccinate their children either. So what does that tell you? Do you actually think there was something other than water in the syringe they gave Biden?Please reconsider your reply and seek discernment from God before you make such comments. I mean this in the nicest possible way. It is crucial that people find the truth and cling to it. Jesus is key. Not religion. Jesus. People seem to get the two mixed up.

    • Rob Bennett

      July 11, 2023 at 5:38 am

      A quick 10 second search completely destroys Ellie’s unsupported claim – “The Amish religion does not restrict people from seeking modern medical care. For the most part, Amish use local doctors and dentists and will go to specialists and hospitals as determined.”

      Obvious conclusion: Ellie is either lacking intellect or is part of the vax cabal.

    • Angela

      July 12, 2023 at 11:14 am

      Ellie, your statement makes ZERO sense. They got you. Even you don’t understand what you’re saying. Please read your statement again and ask yourself why you wrote what you did. Question the motives of both sides and think about it. I’m praying you’ll see the truth.

    • Tom

      July 13, 2023 at 1:32 pm

      “Please don’t believe they are healthier bc of their lifestyle” . Wotttttt….. literally that’s the entire reason they are generally healthier than regular processed food consuming Americans. We could all be healthier and die of less chronic issues if we just changed our lifestyles. But lazy Americans will do nothing as their country is taken from them by 3rd world invading hordes of brown people. Can’t expect them to eat healthy.

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  7. JD

    July 10, 2023 at 5:04 pm

    “Do not believe they are healthy because of their lifestyle.” That is kind of a weird thing to say. Everyone knows that lifestyle is what determines one’s health, and besides that, they also are not vaccinating their kids, which is all the more proof why there aren’t many cases of diseases in their community, not solely just because their doctors won’t report it. It’s because they don’t have a reason to go to the doctor like we do. That’s just common sense. The rich and Elite do not vaccinate their children either. So what does that tell you? Do you actually think there was something other than water in the syringe they gave Biden?Please reconsider your reply and seek discernment from God before you make such comments. I mean this in the nicest possible way. It is crucial that people find the truth and cling to it. Jesus is key. Not religion. Jesus. People seem to get the two mixed up.

    • John

      July 11, 2023 at 2:13 am

      “The rich and Elite do not vaccinate their children either.”

      They do.

  8. Nicole

    July 10, 2023 at 6:56 pm

    Interesting, there is a large community of Amish in Tijuana, Mexico and many are there for cancer treatment.

  9. Henry

    July 10, 2023 at 10:48 pm

    Where is the link to the study? All you have is a link to a blog post about a guy talking. Where is the peer reviewed article?

  10. BigJymn

    July 11, 2023 at 9:36 am

    Why?….Because they don’t watch television.

  11. Mandy

    July 11, 2023 at 12:39 pm

    Can you link the study? The study that’s linked was the wrong one.

  12. Author sucksat journalism

    July 12, 2023 at 10:44 am

    This article is completely wrong and woefully misinformed. The author didn’t even bother to speak to any Amish people, they just used stereotypes that are blatantly wrong. Amish do use modern Medicine, they pay for it through savings and/or community funds. They all help one another and will go to English doctors without hesitation when something is wrong. This article is completely disrespectful to a great community or people and the author should be ashamed of themselves for posting such garbage.

  13. W.E.Rabbit

    July 12, 2023 at 12:29 pm

    This article hyperlinks the word “study” to another article that’s the same thing. Where is the actual study?? The publication that verifies this information should be easy to find and link, right?

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    July 16, 2023 at 2:47 pm

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Supreme Court Signals Potential Reversal of Colorado Trump Ballot Decision



In a pivotal session on Thursday, the majority of Supreme Court justices hinted at their inclination to overturn a Colorado ruling that prevented former President Donald Trump from appearing on the state’s Republican presidential primary ballot.

Trump, 77, alongside his legal team, sought an appeal against Colorado’s Supreme Court decision from December 19. The ruling had declared Trump ineligible for the March 5 Republican primary, citing his violation of the Constitution’s “Insurrection Clause” during the January 6, 2021, Capitol riot.

Trump’s legal representatives put forth multiple arguments during the oral proceedings. They contended that Congress, rather than individual states, held the responsibility to enforce the clause. Moreover, they denied Trump’s involvement in an insurrection, asserting that seeking to remain in office after his 2020 election defeat did not constitute such an act.

Chief Justice John Roberts expressed concerns about the potential ramifications of upholding the Colorado ruling. He apprehensively highlighted the risk of states arbitrarily removing politicians from opposing parties from the ballot, which could significantly impact presidential elections.

Amidst the legal deliberations, liberal Justice Elena Kagan raised the fundamental question of why one state should possess the authority to determine the eligibility of a presidential candidate.

Justice Samuel Alito presented a hypothetical scenario questioning the administration’s decisions regarding foreign policy, emphasizing the complexities surrounding diplomatic relationships, particularly referencing the Obama-Biden era’s policy towards Iran.

The crux of the matter lies in Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment, which explicitly bars individuals engaged in insurrection or rebellion from holding office under the United States. This clause also grants Congress the power to lift such disqualifications and reinstate violators onto the ballot.

Notably, some of Trump’s congressional allies proposed legislation to formally declare his non-involvement in the Capitol riot, thereby paving the way for his inclusion on the ballot.

Throughout the proceedings, Justice Sonia Sotomayor appeared skeptical of arguments favoring Congress as the primary enforcer of the clause. She underscored the constitutional requirement of a two-thirds majority for disqualification removal, juxtaposing it with Trump’s attorney Jonathan Mitchell’s indication of a simple majority.

In response to inquiries from various justices, Mitchell emphasized Trump’s assertion of presidential immunity and rejected the characterization of the Capitol incident as an insurrection, labeling it a riot instead.

The debate also touched upon whether the presidency falls under the purview of the disqualification clause, with Mitchell arguing against its inclusion.

Attorney Jason Murray, representing Colorado voters seeking Trump’s removal from the ballot, emphasized the absence of a rational basis for creating a special exemption to the clause tailored to Trump.

As the legal discourse unfolds, the Supreme Court’s forthcoming decision holds significant implications, not only for Trump’s candidacy but also for the broader interpretation of constitutional provisions governing presidential eligibility.

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NEW STUDY: Disposable COVID-19 Mask Wearing Link to Cancer




According to a study posted by the National Institutes of Health earlier this year, indicates that the tight-fitting masks may expose users to dangerous levels of toxic chemicals.

The journal Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety as well as the NIH website both provided details of the research.

Scientists from Jeonbuk National University in South Korea examined reusable fabric masks as well as two other disposable medical-grade mask types for the research. The results revealed that the chemicals produced by the medical-grade masks had at least eight times the advised safety limit of toxic volatile organic compounds (TVOCs), according to the experts.

According to the data, breathing in TVOCs may cause headaches and nausea. Organ damage and cancer are also linked to prolonged and repetitive exposure.

The researchers cautioned that further research is necessary to fully understand the VOCs connected to surgical mask usage and their impacts on human health.

They continued by saying that there are measures to lessen the risk. If you open a mask and let it rest for at least 30 minutes before using it, exposure may be greatly decreased.

This suggests that the quantity of potentially dangerous compounds in surgical masks may be related to how they are packaged.

Disposable masks contain high levels of TVOCs

A study conducted by researchers tested 14 disposable and cloth masks, KFAD and KF94, made from thermoplastics polypropylene and polyurethane nylon, in South Korea and the United States. The results showed that the masks contained up to 14 times the TVOCs detected in cotton masks.

The sample with the highest amount of TVOCs had 4,808 cubic meters per microgram, which is about 4.8 parts per million, more than eight times the recommended limit. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends keeping TVOC levels below 0.5 parts per million in indoor air.

The researchers also identified two chemicals linked to liver and reproductive damage: dimethylacetamide (DMAc) and dimethylformamide (DMF). The study acknowledges that the sample size was small and did not test several other popular disposable masks like KN95s.

The researchers also referenced earlier research indicating that mask mandates could cause more harm than good. The study’s findings could have new relevance as COVID-19 variant BA.2.86 is spreading throughout the United States. However, new studies highlighting the dangers of face masks could make mask mandates ineffective.

How to reduce exposure to TVOCS

TVOCs are a large group of odorous chemicals and many of them are released by cleaning and beauty products, burning fuel and cooking.

Sources of TVOCs in the home include:

  • Aerosol sprays
  • Air fresheners
  • Automotive products
  • Cleansers and disinfectants
  • Moth repellents

Other sources of TVOCs include:

  • Building materials and furnishings
  • Craft materials, such as glues and adhesives
  • Office equipment, such as carbonless copy paper, copiers and printers, permanent markers and correction fluids

The American Lung Association (ALA) warned that TVOCs may irritate the eyes, nose and throat; cause difficulty breathing and nausea; and damage the central nervous system and organs like the liver.

Some TVOCs are also considered human carcinogens, meaning they can cause cancer.

To reduce exposure to TVOCs or volatile organic compounds (VOCs), you must inspect your home for the common sources of TVOCs and VOCs.

Source control:

  • Eliminate the number of products in your home that give off TVOCs.
  • Only buy what you need if you are working on something that requires adhesive, caulks, paints and solvents. Unused chemicals stored in the home may “leak” and release VOCs into the air.
  • Store unused chemicals in a garage or shed where people rarely visit.
  • Dispose of all unused chemicals that are stored in your home or garage. Check with your city or county for the nearest household hazardous waste collection sites.
  • Look for low-VOC options if you need paints and furnishing.

Ventilation and temperature control:

  • Increase the amount of fresh air in your home to help reduce the concentration of VOCs indoors.
  • Increase ventilation naturally by opening doors and windows. Fans can help maximize air brought in from the outside.
  • Keep both the temperature and relative humidity as low as possible. Chemicals off-gas more in high temperatures and humidity.
  • Schedule home renovations when your home is unoccupied or during seasons that will allow you to open doors and windows to increase ventilation.

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BOMBSHELL: FBI Lied To Delaware U.S. Attorney About Key Details in Biden Corruption Case




According to documents obtained from the FBI and Department of Justice reveal that the agencies blatantly lied about Rudy Giuliani, a partisan lawyer working for then-President Donald Trump, misleading Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss into believing that all allegations against Hunter Biden came from Giuliani. Weiss was charged with prosecuting Hunter Biden for tax and fraud crimes. By doing this, the FBI concealed information from a whistleblower who accused President Joe Biden of receiving a bribe from Ukrainian authorities in order to assist his son with international business. The whistleblower’s interview was recorded.

Internal emails uncovered by The Federalist demonstrate that information concerning the Hunter Biden affair leaked from the FBI and was first supplied to the New York Times showed that Giuliani’s discovery of Hunter’s notorious laptop and the beginning of the sole inquiry into Hunter. One month after the 2020 election, the FBI Office of Public Affairs National Press Office released the NYT’s report, “Material from Giuliani Spurred a Separate Justice Depart. Pursuit of Hunter Biden,” to Weiss’ Baltimore office.

Together, the emails made public raise concerns about whether Attorney Weiss was properly informed about a secret source previously questioned by the FBI who claimed to have information showing that Biden accepted a $5 million bribe while serving as vice president in exchange for pressuring the Ukrainian government to dismiss a prosecutor looking into Hunter’s employer, Burisma Energy, for corruption.

The testimony was recorded by FBI agents as part of their interview with the source and was included on an FD-1023 form that was initially withheld from congressional Republicans who wanted to link President Biden to any possible criminal behavior by his troubled son. Chuck Grassley, the Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, has already blasted the DOJ for destroying 17 audio recordings that may have implicated Biden. Weiss then heard from another source that the FBI had verified the claims provided by the anonymous person.

Weiss would have known that the confidential source claimed to have spoken with Burisma executive Mykola Zlochevsky, who allegedly told the source that he was forced into paying Biden and Hunter $5 million each in exchange for their assistance in getting prosecutor Viktor Shokin fired. Had Weiss received timely information from the FBI’s FD-1023 form, he would have known that.

50 former U.S. intelligence officers joined forces with Biden officials during the 2020 campaign to assert that Hunter’s accusations of impropriety were a product of “Russian disinformation” meant to harm the reputation of then-candidate Biden. Two years after becoming president, Biden has watched as his son was accused of many offenses, and he is still negotiating conditions for a new plea agreement with Weiss’s office. Republicans in the House are debating whether to impeach President Biden, citing the FBI’s withholding evidence among other things.

Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss was falsely told that all allegations against Hunter Biden originated from Rudy Giuliani, a partisan attorney working for then-President Donald Trump. The FBI withheld a documented interview by a whistleblower who accused President Joe Biden of accepting a bribe from Ukrainian officials to help his son conduct overseas business. Internal emails obtained by The Federalist show that leaks from the FBI about the Hunter Biden scandal, originally sent to the New York Times, suggested the only investigation began with Giuliani and the discovery of Hunter’s infamous laptop. The FBI Office of Public Affairs National Press Office leaked the story to Weiss’ Baltimore office one month after the 2020 election.

The chain of disclosed emails raises questions about whether Attorney Weiss was appropriately notified about a confidential source previously interviewed by the FBI who claimed to have evidence that Biden as vice president accepted a $5 million bribe in exchange for pressuring the government of Ukraine to fire a prosecutor investigating Hunter’s employer, Burisma Energy, for corruption. The FBI documented the testimony in an FD-1023 form that was originally withheld from congressional Republicans seeking to tie President Biden to potential criminal activity by his embattled son.

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