There is no autism epidemic, Donald. We just diagnose the problem better now. Seems strange but it's true. That's science for you. https://www.ted.com/talks/steve_silberman_the_forgotten_history_of_autism
There is also no scientific community consensus that slower vaccines are better, in fact the opposite is true.
On a more general note, stop reading the intertubes and pretending that's how you do scientific research. You can not educate yourself about vaccinations and autism by just reading the Internet - especially if you have no scientific background and no understanding of how to avoid bias in forming your conclusions.
Stop searching for the one doctor or scientist or pretender that will agree with your preconceived notions. There are always a few and finding one proves exactly nothing. Truth requires consensus, not single points of contention buttressing a confirmation bias.
Stop generalizing from personal experience and hearsay. What you heard happened to a friend of a neighbor ladies cousins child doesn't count. In fact, what happens to your own child doesn't count. The lens of personal experience is not something you can use to extrapolate to public policy. That's why we have governments and epidemiologists.
Stop listening to politicians, especially those actively running for office. What the hell do they know about it? Even the ones with medical training aren't exactly well versed in the issue - that's pretty obvious. They want your vote more than they want some long-term notion of public safety.
Just because it's scary to give your soft cuddly baby a lot of nasty shots that have dire warning labels doesn't make it OK to opt out. Look around at all the people near you - they all survived those vaccines. It's not that bad. Stop scaring yourself and remember that these vaccines might save the life of your child one day. Because other jackaases chickened out an put us all at risk.
Your freedom to be scared ends at my freedom, our collective freedom, to not die from a plague.
Thanks to David Houggy for putting this in my stream.