Michael Yeadon, Ph.D., long-time scientist and former Pfizer vice-president joined Brian Hooker, Ph.D., host of CHD.TV’s “Doctors & Scientists,” to discuss why he believes the pharmaceutical industry knew all along that the COVID-19 vaccines wouldn’t work.
In early 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded, Michael Yeadon, Ph.D., a former Pfizer vice-president and senior scientist, realized that something wasn’t quite right with what public health officials were saying about the virus, and how lies and exaggeration led the public to embrace experimental COVID-19 vaccines.
The vaccines were unconventional in design, and despite the option to use safer benign proteins, all four drug companies (Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca) chose to use the most pathologically dangerous part of the virus — the spike protein.
“I predicted this would be dangerous,” Yeadon told Brian Hooker, Ph.D., host of CHD.TV’s “Doctors & Scientists.”
“And my peers on the inside knew that and they all did the same thing,” he said. “It’s not an accident.”
We were told, Yeadon said, that this is a new respiratory virus. But we knew early on, whatever it was, it was generally affecting the elderly — usually those with one or more comorbidities — because their immune systems are old, tired and unresponsive to new immunological threats.
But instead of protecting the only people who were really vulnerable, they locked down everyone, Yeadon said.
“And then they told us, ‘We’ll get you out of this,’ with a vaccine.”
“But if their immune system is old and they don’t respond well to normal pathogens, why would you expect them to respond well to vaccines?” Yeadon asked.