New information is now emerging about Christopher Mercer, the now-deceased shooter who recently killed and injured numerous victims at the Oregon community college (Umpqua Community College). While the mainstream media follows the predictable script of blaming guns for the violence, we now know that Mercer was almost certainly damaged by vaccines and medications, altering his mind and leading to the violent behavior that we see so often when psychiatric medications are involved.
We now know that Harper was possibly vaccine-damaged because he suffered from Asperger’s syndrome, an autism spectrum disorder. As printed in The New York Times:
[Mercer’s mother] opened up about her difficulties raising a son who used to bang his head against the wall, and said that both she and her son struggled with Asperger’s syndrome, an autism spectrum disorder…
In addition to talking about guns, Ms. Harper, 64, was a prolific commenter in online forums dealing with medical issues, frequently answering questions from strangers with a tone of empathy and concern. She expressed having expertise in autism, saying that both she and her son — whom she never identified by name — had Asperger’s syndrome.
Vaccines cause autism in young black men, admitted top CDC scientist
While the entire state-controlled media continue to deny any link between vaccines and autism, a top CDC scientist admitted last year to taking part in a massive science fraud cover-up to destroy evidence in the CDC’s possession that linked vaccines to autism in African-American boys.
Christopher Mercer’s mother is black and his father is white, making him a mixed race person with susceptibility to precisely the kind of autism risk described by CDC scientist Dr. William Thompson. Most people don’t fully realize this because some in the media have gone to extraordinary lengths to try to paint Mercer as “white,” even altering photographs of him to change his skin tone to a more whitish hue.
ADHD and psychiatric medications
Also from the New York Times:
Consoling another parent seeking help with disruptive behavior by an autistic child, Ms. Harper said that her own son “was, among other things, a head-banger” when he was younger and was initially given a misdiagnosis of attention deficit disorder…
This last line is crucial to note because we now know that Christopher Harper was also taking at least “five types of pills” (medications), and that those medications almost certainly included psychiatric drugs to treat his misdiagnosed ADHD.
Here’s the screen shot of a Facebook post from Chris Harper:
In this post, he says, “I have a pill bottle with like five types of pills mixed in. I don’t know which ones are the sleep aids, so I just took four of each.”
Overmedication often leads to violence
Notice that Harper was abusing prescription medications by taking “four of each” without knowing what the pills were.
Because many of these drugs are mind-altering medications, the consequences of combining them in large simultaneous doses is bound to be catastrophic.