RTE Roundtable Talk #7: Fraud: A COVID-19 Vaccine Summary
Featuring Brook Jackson and Warner Mendenhall
Around two months ago I talked with Brook Jackson one night after I'd noticed that her interviews only seemed to have gathered a modest five-digit number of views. Her whistleblower story is one of the most monumental in whistleblower history given the speed, scale, and other facets of the experimental mass quasi-vaccination program. How could it be that after most of a year since Paul Thacker's article in the BMJ, barely anyone had heard her tell her story?
This was one of the moments that pushed me over the edge and into the podcasting ring with Liam. I hope this introduces her story to a wider audience, and I hope our discussion rounded some new edges in the process. After all, this could go down as the largest fraud lawsuit in the history of the world—maybe by orders of magnitude. (So share this interview to create awareness.)
I had only spoken a handful of words with her attorney, Warner Mendenhall, previously via Clubhouse, but he is a positive force and set an uplifting mood to what is a tough conversation. He mentioned that we (those of us pushing back against authoritarian pandemic measures) are seeing some solid court victories around the country. The world probably needs more whistleblower specialists in the legal community right now, and he strikes me as a pretty good role model for the job.
This case presents something that has been developing in the corporate-government relationship for some time, which is the evolution of institutions as narcissistic organizations whose existence is the projection of the image of a mission, but without the mission. So much space gets created between the regulatory bodies and the corporations—due to actions orchestrated from both ends—that their energy gets spent not on providing value, but in engineering the illusion of value. It's no wonder ROI and GDP growth have been tanking for decades. The American system has been hijacked to a high degree to raise children to become highly educated scam artists instead of inventors of value in the grand national or international community.
Warner tells the realistic story that the lawsuit is a long shot in the current environment. But who knows what might change along the way. If the lawsuit loses on any ground aside from merit, the way in which it loses will affect the public conversation.
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I'm also happy to recommend this interview with Brook, Warner, and Robert Barnes talking with Steve Kirsch.
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