What actually stood out to me is his literally saying "I have absolutely no doubt that we are in the presence of evil."
I didn't necessarily need to hear someone else say that just because I had that very feeling about this vaccine. But yes, when someone follows up by saying they have never said or felt that before in 40 years and this happens to be someone who was a former Vice President and Chief Science Officer for the first company to come out with the Covid-19 vaccine, then yes my ears are going to perk up.
Look, bottom line to me, and we can never know fully in this day and age who's on our side and who's a liar, but this is someone who seems like he's legitimately trying to help and cares more about humanity than the "vaccinate everyone" crowd.
I mean, as he says, and as anyone without an agenda would know through common sense, this vaccine would only be "needed" by those who have an elevated risk of death. It's also more than a little concerning that he talks about unwanted effects of the vaccine after a few months. Because right now there are people who have received one dose or both doses who have had no reaction out of the ordinary and they say, "Oh I feel fine." But if something happens a few months from now? We're not to that point of a few months yet. We really aren't there for anyone.
He says this wouldn't be a good idea to do in any other era or at any other time and they eventually plan to vaccinate children as well. That's what he finds truly evil.
He also says all variants are still 99.7% similar to the original virus and that there is no research or evidence to show that they bypass immunity to the original virus. While I would have had my doubts on the FDA the whole time, he also states that such organizations were fine until, guess who, Bill and Melinda Gates started donating money to them.
This is someone who actually needs prayer and needs protection. Brandy Vaughan wound up dead just right in the midst of their coming out with these vaccines. He's making himself a target as well.