The AstraZeneca covid-19 jab is killing people. There is no doubt about that. It causes blood clotting in some recipients. Some of these clotting incidents have proven fatal. New evidence is emerging that the jab leads to strokes in some.
As usual, the media rolls out the same scientists, the now familiar talking heads, to reassure us that there’s nothing to see here. We’re told it’s anomalous and very rare. It isn’t rare at all. See for yourself https://coronavirus-yellowcard.mhra.gov.uk/
I’m a journalist. My responsibility to my listeners is to get to the truth. My interview with a scientist who wants us to believe that there’s nothing to see here would go like this:
“Good morning Professor. Welcome to the show. The AstraZeneca jab, that we know leads to serious blood clots in some, is now causing strokes. Why isn’t it being withdrawn immediately? What is going on? Why are you telling my listeners it’s fine when it patently isn’t?”
“Why are you so keen to push the jab? Have you ever taken money from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, GAVI or CEPI? Why are you urging people to take a jab that has emergency use authorisation only? Why are you pushing an intervention that is still in trial and that nobody really needs?”
There’s a relatively new SKY News presenter called Vanessa Baffoe. Earlier today, she interviewed a professor from University College London about the revelation that the AZ jab is being linked to strokes.
She welcomed him and engaged in a wonderful piece of editorialising. She said: “Welcome professor. Now it’s important that we get across the point that these events are rare.” She did follow that by asking whether we should be worried or not, but that doesn’t matter.
She’d already told the viewers that in effect, there’s nothing to see here. It’s wretched.
Longtime listeners to The Richie Allen Show will remember me saying years ago, that the BBC (and the rest) represent a clear and present danger to the health and wellbeing of every one of us.
How do these presenters sleep at night? They’ve got families too. Maybe they’ll tell us when it’s all over.