On September 16, 2016, I, along with Teri LaPoint from MedicalKidnap.com, attended a VAXXED bus event in Birmingham, Alabama. Our aim was to seek support for children who suffered vaccine injuries and were caught in the nationwide foster care system. We discussed the issue with Polly Tommey, Josh Coleman, and others, highlighting the role of DHR/CPS. They showed interest in the matter but were uncertain about their ability to assist. During this meeting, I shared my experience as a military medic, particularly witnessing the effects of the Anthrax vaccine. Polly Tommey requested I share my story on camera, assuring me that the VAXXED team would support me against any backlash. My live video testimony was well-received, lasting nearly 25 minutes, and led to my appointment as an admin for the VAXXED team’s Facebook group. They believed my testimony could help them gain insight into the military’s vaccine programs.
However, three days post-testimony, I faced a write-up at my job with the State Military Department of Alabama for being overly talkative, putting my career at risk. Despite this, I continued advocating, hoping to encourage other military veterans to share their experiences. At the CDC rally in Atlanta on October 13-14, 2016, I met numerous advocates and parents of vaccine-injured children. Teri and I set up an information table at the event, although we were not given a speaking slot as initially promised.
An unexpected incident occurred when I encountered Del Bigtree on the VAXXED bus and observed him with substances that appeared to be narcotics. Although I mentioned this to a key VAXXED investor, I did not intend it as a threat or embarrassment but rather as a caution. Following this, my admin privileges on the VAXXED Facebook page were revoked, and my support for cannabis was cited as a problem by the VAXXED team.
I declined an offer to work as a personality on Del Bigtree’s show after speaking at the March for Revolution in Washington, D.C. My experiences behind the scenes with VAXXED led me to question the authenticity of figures like RFK Jr. and Del Bigtree, whom I consider to be manipulative. I’ve shared my observations through my radio show and social media, hoping others will see the truth behind these individuals and their actions.
In summary, my journey with the VAXXED team was enlightening but also disappointing, revealing the complexities and challenges within the advocacy movement for vaccine safety.
– Sherrie Saunders, VAXXED Alabama Military Whistleblower