Dr. Michael Yeadon, former Pfizer vice president, warns children are 50 times more likely to be killed by the covid vaccines than the virus itself.
“These covid vaccines are not safe,” he told War Room, Wednesday.
“The gene based design makes your body manufacture virus spike protein, and we know and we’ve known for years that virus spike protein triggers blood clots,” Yeadon explains. “That’s a fundamental problem.”
Dr. Yeadon revealed the astronomically high adverse events from the vaccine alone should have shut them down.
“Here’s the real problem,” he said. “I’m a father and grandfather. Young people are not susceptible to covid-19.
“They’re not at risk,” Dr. Yeadon said. “It’s a crazy thing then to vaccinate them with something that is actually 50 times more likely to kill them than the virus itself.”
“If you look from about January of this year and compare month by month to any previous year…the number is just enormous,” he said. “It’s between 50 and 100 times higher. It’s not my data, it’s the U.S. public data.”
Dr. Yeadon said the VAERS system has reported roughly 5,000 vaccine deaths in the first six months of 2021.
“Normally there’s 200 a year for all vaccines combined,” he said.
“It’s appalling, bluntly,” Dr. Yeadon said. “These should all have been withdrawn.”
Dr. Yeadon also explains how the covid vaccines were “fraudulently” approved — and haven’t even been proven to be effective.
“I’m very pro vaccines,” Yeadon said. “My biggest beef with the vaccines include serious concerns about safety.”
“They have not been sufficiently tested,” he explained. “They were approved for emergency use fraudulently, in my view, because they shouldn’t do it if there are safe and effective medicines. And there are. They have just been hidden.”
Yeadon said hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin, azithromycin, and inhaled steroids are all safe and effective at treating the coronavirus. Each were suppressed by Dr. Fauci, the scientific establishment, and the media.
Who is Michael Yeadon?
Michael Yeadon, 60-year-old, is a former vice president of Pfizer, where he spent 16 years as an allergy and respiratory researcher. He later co-founded a biotech firm that the Swiss drugmaker Novartis purchased for at least $325 million.
Recently, Yeadon adherents question the safety of many vaccines, including for the coronavirus.
Recent reports of blood clots and abnormal bleeding in recipients of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine have cast doubt on that shot’s safety, leading several European countries to suspend its use.
In a debate last fall in Britain’s House of Commons about the government’s response to the pandemic, parliamentarian Richard Drax called Yeadon an “eminent” scientist, and cited his view “that the virus is both manageable and nearing its end.”
Some former colleagues at Pfizer described Michael Yeadon as a knowledgeable and intelligent man who always insisted on seeing evidence and generally avoided publicity.
According to Yeadon’s LinkedIn profile, he joined Pfizer in 1995; the company had a large operation then in Sandwich in southern England. He rose to become a vice president and head of allergy and respiratory research.