Marco Arturo, a 12-year-old scientist from Mexico, is making the headlines across the country after cleverly explaining the correlation between vaccines and autism in a video posted on his Facebook page.

In the clip, which has already reached 4.7 million views, the boy declared he has successfully completed studies to clarify the on-going controversy: Do vaccines cause autism?

“After a lot of research I realized that vaccines do and will cause autism,” he said, holding up a file compilation that reads “Evidence that vaccines cause autism.”

But what happened when the kid proceeds to show everyone his findings? Blank pages came out of the folder.

“I think it might be because there is absolutely no evidence to support the statement that vaccines are linked to autism in any way whatsoever,” he revealed.

The witty kid continued to expose how vaccines can actually save people from diseases that could potentially be deadly if they are not treated accordingly, such as measles, meningitis, polio and even eradicated smallpox.

“So please, vaccinate your children,” he told anti-vaxxers. “It’s also everyone else’s child you’re putting in danger because you read some forwarded email.”

Autism has been a recurrent subject in the news ever since actress and comedian Jenny McCarthy claimed her son, Evan Joseph Asher, had developed the disease shortly after he was vaccinated.

In 2007, McCarthy announced her boy had been diagnosed with autism after bouts of seizures and said she was able to treat him through alternative methods not backed by the scientific community. She suggested the boy’s autism was linked to the Measles/Mumps/Rubella vaccine.

During an interview with Korea Portal in January 2016, the 43-year-old reality star described raising her son as “amazing and scary.”

“He is turning into the most amazing human,” she said. “He’s always been the most amazing human being, but the teenage years, you never know what’s gonna happen.”

She continued, “All his friends swear, and he won’t do it. Considering I swear like a truck drive, I’m very proud of him.”

Watch little Marco Arturo telling McCarthy and all concerned parents out there that vaccines are not the enemy in the video below. How about that epic mic drop?