In this video, recorded on December 30, 2021, I delve into the controversial figure of Andrew Wakefield and his involvement in the vaccine safety movement. I accuse Wakefield, along with others like Barbara Lowe Fisher and Del Bigtree, of exploiting public fears for their own gain, labeling them as “monetizers of misery” within a dubious syndicate. I highlight Wakefield’s transition from a medical professional to a full-time filmmaker, particularly criticizing his film “1986: The Act” as misleading and ineffective.
My primary argument centers on the deceptive nature of the ‘safer vaccines’ campaign, which I believe is a tactic used by Wakefield and his associates to profit through films, charities, and nonprofits, under the pretense of advocating for public health. I draw on personal experiences, especially my struggles related to the 1986 Vaccine Injury Act and my son Weston’s case, to illustrate the lack of evidence supporting Wakefield’s claims.
Furthermore, I discuss Wakefield’s patent application for a new vaccine, which I see as contradictory to his public stance on vaccine safety. I question the existence of ‘safer vaccines’ and criticize the lucrative careers built by individuals like Wakefield at the cost of public trust. The video concludes with a reflection on the personal impact these issues have had on my family, especially my son Weston, and emphasizes the need for truth and skepticism in the vaccine debate.