Covid Vaccines: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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    John Oliver explains why some people don’t want to get the Covid-19 vaccine and how they might be reassured. (Even you, Mike in Baltimore.)

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    1. Lvl 99 Boss

      What makes me hesitant is all the censorship on SEprom and social media. Also, they lied about it being leaked from a lab for months and said it was a far right conspiracy so why should I believe them now. These people always lie.

      1. Lvl 99 Boss

        @seigeengine wow you’re deluded

      2. seigeengine

        What censorship? No, they didn't lie; there was, and afaik, is no reason to believe it leaked from a lab. It was and is a far right conspiracy.

    2. Alan Constantine (Fighting cancer)

      Im on chemotherapy and I had my second vaccine 3 weeks ago and experienced zero side effects from the vaccine so 8f its safe for someone like me then its bound to be safe for any healthy person so there's no excuse not to get it.

    3. Buck Rogers

      Not getting it, I don’t trust the people pushing it

    4. K. A.

      Wonder if anybody going abroad e.g. to africa to hunt lions or something asked his doc if the vaccines they got before traveling there if they where save....

    5. K. A.

      I really would like to know if this tucker is already vaccinated...

    6. pyoukmoi

      I know some ppl who refuse vaccines or mask wearing because they believe they have a right to choose not to. Smh.

    7. IV

      I'm only here to see the guinea pig segment of the video.

    8. Joseph Felton

      Fauci has predicted this outbreak virus four years ago seprom.info/clone/video/09imk8edfJ532a8.html

    9. elizabeth mckenzie

      Would like to point out he had to get one :) soo he should stop spreading lies

    10. Billy Bloomer

      Who else had to re-check the title when it got to the egg seggment

    11. Hugo Hernandez

      The periodic tuba respectively release because mass concordingly matter aboard a hesitant beef. loutish, dry november

    12. Awkwardtunity

      At work we listen to Pandora radio and almost every ad is just a PSA about getting a vaccine. That’s how few people are getting the vaccine. It’s fucking wild

    13. peqio seroa

      The possessive slipper intrahepatically question because raft ultimately jog for a goofy oboe. imperfect, next celeste

    14. Paul Brower

      Good reasons to get the vaccine: Just get the vaccine for the sake of: 1. your own safety. 2. your loved ones 3. your friends, co-workers, customers, and clients 4. Humanity in general. 5. the fiscal health of local government, your state, and your nation. For good reason it is free! 6. your pets. They will miss you if you get an extended stay in the ventilator, and they will miss you if you die. Dogs can contract and die of COVID-19.

    15. Y Erasmus

      Spike proteins are dangerous, see from inventor seprom.info/clone/video/p9hnqdNtnpiGupE.html

      1. seigeengine

        There is no evidence spike proteins are dangerous. Look somewhere more credible than one loser screeching he's the inventor everywhere.

    16. Miguel Lopes

      " The vaccine is proven to have killed exactly zero" Straight up lie

      1. seigeengine

        Straight up truth. Show me evidence that the vaccine definitely killed anyone.

    17. Andrew Maynes

      This guy actually believes what he is saying is true, what an unplesant human being

    18. Miguel Lopes

      Fock off John. Who are you to decide if its good or not to take the vaccine? I expected to hear facts on both sides not a vaccine propaganda. Rip impartiality

      1. seigeengine

        There aren't both sides. There is only one side. You should take the vaccine.

    19. Hunter Crookk

      He's not talking about how the vaccine can lower your sperm count and decrease your gray matter in your brain

      1. seigeengine

        because it can't do either of those things.

    20. Hunter Crookk

      7:20 a news network's not supposed to end their sentences with questions,a news network is supposed to tell you how to think and what to believe not leave it up to yourself

    21. Janra

      What John Oliver doesn't realize is that his arguments needed to be fact checked, too. I am not convinced that this mRNA-vaccine could not be harmful in the long term. We don't know! Instead, he ridicules people who are asking for more safety tests. At Min 15:48 he is confusing the person pointing to the atrocities with the people responsible for them.

      1. seigeengine

        Okay. Go onto your search engine of choice and type in "covid vaccine safety info" or any similar search and you'll find he's right. Yes, we do know. It's not.

    22. Arnold Johnson

      The ambitious judge pathogenetically remove because spark yearly pick pace a momentous bed. abrupt, maddening loaf

    23. Mr Miner

      dont worry john, your always welcome back home in the land of the not bat shit crazies. all we ask is that you dont bring the egg.

    24. Dormirai

      Guinea pigs have to eat their own shit for nutrients, so that's a no from me. The egg thing sounds good though.

      1. seigeengine

        I mean... isn't that mostly for B12? Couldn't they just... get B12 supplements and not have to eat their own shit?

    25. Saj Ayyy

      Why is this soggy knob harassing my boy Joe Rogan.

    26. bill davis

      1:46, point taken.... don't take things that are, "weird, broken, and that will kill you in your sleep" got it, no vaccines... thanks Jeff Olivia. Almost got a blood clot shot #supersafe nothing to see or report on.

    27. Bridget Avan

      There's a complete cure for herpes ! unless you never heard of Dr.ademise on youtube

    28. R G

      I actually know a guy named mike from Baltimore but he’s already vaccinated so take your anti mike attitude elsewhere

      1. R G

        @Mr Miner no comment

      2. Mr Miner

        whats with the pro mike stance? are you being paid off by the mike association?

    29. Mash709

      The ani-vaxxers just don't seem to get that decades of scientific experience went into developing these vaccines.

    30. lamin

      John Oliver will swing with the rest of them when the truth about Covid "vaccination" adverse reactions and deaths go mainstream. It's horrific to watch the level of deceit and coercion on display here to try and convince you of it's safety, when it is anything but.

    31. tomsonrk

      why not pair up the USA's love for guns with vaccination and administer by an arro / dart out of an air gun?

    32. codejoe1

      I watched it with an open mind, but the video still doesn't address the fact we do not know the long term effects the vaccine could have. It also didn't address Covid cases being recorded differently among the vaccinated per new CDC guidelines (no new cases recorded unless hospitalized or dead) which should be troubling to anyone wanting to know how effective the vaccine truly is. There is a lot of information suppression regarding the vaccine and that should be enough to make anyone hesitant to take it.

      1. seigeengine

        @codejoe1 The issue being that isn't what they said.

      2. codejoe1

        @seigeengine they say they aren't reporting all cases, this is bad. Simple enough for you? Or do you believe that is good somehow?

      3. seigeengine

        @codejoe1 "They say X therefor they mean Y." No, you're just stupid.

      4. codejoe1

        @seigeengine Your critical thinking skills are lacking. They literally say they aren't focusing on all cases, meaning that they are not reporting vaccinated covid cases unless they are hospitalized or die. Which means, there is a lack of transparency for how effective the vaccine even is. They should report all covid cases as they have been, but conveniently they are no longer reporting the same? Pro or anti vaccine that is important information to not report.

      5. seigeengine

        @codejoe1 Yes, there is. Vaccines are not magic. They can't manifest mystery effects down the road. Thank you for providing your source... and clarifying you're full of shit. Your original claim, and what you're citing are two different things entirely, as is obvious by simply reading the two statements.

    33. AKaluzhsky

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    34. God_Beast_Bomb Playing

      Wait I thought getting vaccinated was bad because Trump was in office but now that he's gone it's ok for me to get a vaccine know???? I ain't getting vaccinated because I dont want too and that's my choice to make, my body! Maybe some liberals will contradict themselves by saying only pregnant women can say such things. Sexist much? What happened to pro choice? Honestly saying people are stupid because they dont want to be vaccinated is stupid in it of it's self. You have no say and I dont care about your opinion news, I miss the old person who use to do these shows. At least he wasn't so opinionated. The reason why you bever bring up data is because the masks shit and vaccines make no difference. And the only reason why you can even bring up the conversation of vaccines is because Trump helped to make it happen and didn't want to look bad. Honestly this would have taken years if it wasnt for the deregulation from the old administration and I dont even have to be a Trump supporter to know that. Even allergy drugs take up to 10 years to produce. For fucks sakes stop it with the politics.

    35. Neartmhor

      I would just like to note that the Covid vaccine card in Australia fits in your wallet. It’s true one thing Australia did right in regard to the vaccine.

    36. Elizabeth Bennet

      wish me luck guys on convincing my mentally ill, fauxnews-watching 75yo shut-in mom who I love dearly to get it done after procrastinating on her first dose...*sigh* Im calling her tomorrow

    37. Serenity Grubb

      This vaccine roll out was going alongside a lot of political ploys and dumb ass remarks made by Trump. I feel like that is where a lot of the public’s hesitation comes from.

    38. Bob Smithers

      1 month later, vaccinations are at 1/2 the previous rate and the US has been overtaken by Canada (1st doses) and the UK (1st and 2nd doses) in percentage terms - and they both show no sign of slowing down. That guy of F*x is a psychopath - he knows he is lying and he knows he will kill people who believe him and he does not care.

      1. Mr Miner

        the strange thing is advertisers have been dropping his and similar shows like mad but they arnt being told to even dial down the crazy/

    39. Konan Refer

      The point is Money for the drug companies.

    40. Dean William

      im waiting on herd immunity. I heard they are giving black males a vaccine that makes them sterile so to rid this country of the welfare system. By the time they find out if its true or not it will be too late.

    41. Bart Korol

      16:00 well this didn't age well now did it? Can we please stay objective and look at the science and actually use common sense and not fear monger people into a decision that may not be the best or only option they may have.

      1. seigeengine

        Love how you losers are so far backed into the corner you're resorting to just pretending you have a counter-argument.

    42. Will H

      Except the information is NOT "out there." It is being censored. Every. Single. Day! These pokes are leading to blood clots, death, and other serious health consequences!

      1. seigeengine

        Except it isn't, and you're just a nutter buying into nonsense.

    43. judyjude

      i do not understand how so many people can watch tucker. its mindblowing that he has an audience.

      1. judyjude

        ​@seigeengine his face is just so annoying. Maybe thats a chosen strategy too

      2. seigeengine

        Hyping up people's fears and anxieties, telling them exactly who to blame, and then selling them the easy solution is a very successful strategy, unfortunately.

    44. Rebecca Compton

      Hard pass... watching serious adverse reactions coming thru the ER I work in. And NOT being reported

    45. MzyraJ

      I'd love if John were to do something about Andrew Wakefield with his history and impact on the anti vax movement

      1. Ian Tkach

        @Winterlilikoi 189 I assume they're talking about HBomb, since the comment they replied to mentioned "needs a wider audience" and "how many people watch Hbomb"? And, in response to that... feel free to highlight ANY of the claims Harris made in his video and show why they're fraudulent or in substantive, oh Internet sage :P

      2. Winterlilikoi 189

        @seigeengine Are you talking about hbomberguy or John Oliver?

      3. Winterlilikoi 189

        @MzyraJ That's true.

      4. seigeengine

        @MzyraJ He deserves to have no audience, since he's demonstrated his willingness to be a complete fraud to attack someone he has no substantive criticisms of.

      5. MzyraJ

        @Winterlilikoi 189 Yeah, that's why it's on my mind. Needs an even wider audience imo, how many average people watch Hbomb vs how many it deserves? 🤔

    46. DeadDancers

      Also: best mascot so far. I don’t know if I love the cicada, but I do love the guy inside it.

      1. Mr Miner

        im honestly curious if this was inspired by seth meyers and his cicada cicada joke or vice versa

    47. DeadDancers

      If you’re worried, also write in to your local stations and newspaper to blast those media shows spreading fear. You have to raise your voice against those hurting people for clicks.

    48. UberKrassMann

      i love how whenever black people do something stupid in the US it's never their fault. it must be so liberating to have everyone around you making excuses for why you suck all the time. "oh no, i was born in the year 2000, well past any of this stuff going on but because we get bombarded with W-guilt non-stop i still feel like we live in 1850 so i can never trust W people." oh really john? were they not treated well 70 years ago? you don't say. WHO THE FRACK CARES!! it's 2021! STOP LIVING IN THE PAST!! oh i wonder why they can't move on when all you can focus on is the past. (yes i had to replace the word with W to avoid getting censored by youtube. let that sink in)

      1. UberKrassMann

        @seigeengine mate... stop making excuses for them. (if you're going to want to comment on the history of the US, maybe you shouldn't instantly out yourself as obviously not being from the US....MATE...) you actually think we'll ever get anywhere that way? "oh we're being tarded once again but it's not our fault because NOTHING is ever our fault! we don't want a vaccine because we're a bunch of conspiracy theorists? WHITEYS FAULT because we can't trust something THEY DEVELOPED eventhough THEY are willingly taking it THEMSELVES! Now let me sit back and wait for everyone to make excuses for my bad behaviour. OH HI seigeengine, nice to see you here. having fun crusading for us to soothe your w-guilt? i bet you are". ok... you can't trust something we developed?.....well, develop your own vaccine then... PFFFFAAHAHAHAHAH xD I'll leave you with this question: what would it take for you to think it's their own responsibility? at what point would you say. NOPE! this time it's their own fault and no one else's. i really would like to know.

      2. seigeengine

        Mate... try the 1970s and 1980s.

    49. UberKrassMann

      wait? murcans are tards? next you'll be reporting on how water is wet

    50. lexx

      Good bye John Oliver, you outet yourself.Parroting doesn`t fit you that good.....

    51. TheLiverpoolDelta

      I can't believe Liberals watch this garbage.

      1. Mr Miner

        moderates* liberals watch stuff like "ring of fire".

    52. Smedley Jefferson

      OMG, John Oliver is worse than Alex Jones, or should I say the Alex Jones of the left?

    53. Right Left

      Agenda 21/2030 www.bitchute.com/video/pekJZW7a4ZHp/

      1. Ian Tkach

        Well, that's mildly alarming... sure would be a shame if people went through the actual Agenda 21 document on the UN's website and showed all the holes in Rosa Koire's claims. Oh, wait - people did. Several times, as it turns out. sumoflogic.org/2020/08/02/debunked-rosa-koire-un-agenda-2030-exposed/ www.thedailybeast.com/agenda-21-the-un-conspiracy-that-just-wont-die factcheck.afp.com/hoax-circulates-about-united-nations-mission-goals

    54. Mayor of Kvakvadopolis

      0:45 "The best way out of this mess is, CLEARLY, vaccines" nice assertion from the get go - no need to watch the rest

      1. seigeengine

        That assertion is correct.

    55. Brennan Smith

      Tucker Carlson always sounds like he’s talking to a five year old and that makes him so god damn punchable

      1. Mr Miner

        but his viewers believe everything they see on tv like 5yr olds so why bother with actual writting?

      2. TheLiverpoolDelta

        12:34

      3. seigeengine

        Not just that he's talking to a five year old, but he's talking down to a five year old.

    56. The crazy Entity

      Me a 16 year old with one unvaccinated parent due to busyness Wich is her excuse for everything: books an appointment to get a vaccine says they have teen vaccine and the booking goes flawlessly my dads going back to his second shot he says my kid is doing it while they inject him Healthcare worker: we dont have the teen vaccine a day after I've booked with no notif period dad tells me Me: GOD DA-

      1. The crazy Entity

        Im getting vaxed before next school year hopefully

    57. Yasuo Z

      THE TRUTH ABOUT COVID VACCINES vaccineimpact.com/

    58. templar23

      When In doubt, ask yourself; What would Alex Jones do? Then do the opposite. It does wonders to your lifespan.

    59. Xine Crowell

      The International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal. ijvtpr.com/index.php/IJVTPR/article/view/23 This article clarifies the long-term effects of these experimental drugs and allow us to better assess the true risk/benefit ratio of these novel technologies.

      1. Xine Crowell

        @Jimmy Swaggart Time will tell...

      2. Jimmy Swaggart

        @Xine Crowell Well on this point we agree I too feel that one should do research and make their own decisions. However research peer reviewed papers in reputable websites or journals from unbiased authors and that the authors are reputable learned, qualified people in a related field to what they are writing about. As I have clearly demonstrated this site is not unbiased nor is it peer reviewed nor are the authors qualified in the field they are writing about. To add to that one of the authors has a reputation for flawed methodology and conflated arguments verging on falsification. As for my condescending tone I do not apologise for it. I am more than happy to have a rational discussion based on facts. When people try to use sources that are so clearly flawed and biased and have been clearly PROVEN to be so and those people then have the audacity to call me biased I tend to get a bit snarky. You Told me that none of the editorial staff were the authors of the paper and yet I clearly showed one of them was, you failed to fact check. You told me that I "seem to label controlled research as “anti-vaxxer” if it doesn’t agree with your bias". All I said was that THIS journal is not something I would hold up as reputable and unbiased and I gave you the reasons why and very good reasons why, that is NOT biased its FACT. You told me that I ignored the references at the end of the article. I did no such thing I never said a single word against those papers in fact I said "The sources used in the writing of the article are from what I can see very authoritative and well researched papers I have read many of them." again you cannot see past your belief that this paper is creditable. I then said "YOU could do some research and use the references they have given" and you have failed to do so. If you want to have a rational discussion fine but I do not think you are capable of this as you are so stuck in your belief that this one paper that has clear flaws in omissions and methodology and is tainted with the authors own biases is reputable because it uses some very reputable studies, this is NOT the basis for a clear and thoughtful dialog.

      3. Xine Crowell

        ​@Jimmy Swaggart I disagree with your assessment. Obviously you believe one way, and I another. We’ve reached the point of only repeating ourselves and where we have only to agree to disagree. Besides, your condescending manner does not belong in a serious discussion. I urge others to seek BOTH, the pros & cons so you can make the best decisions.

      4. Jimmy Swaggart

        @Xine Crowell No I have not ignored that references. If you would have read my reply I gave clear instances where by omitting key points the information from the very good reference material has now changed that reference material to become against or caution against the use of the vaccine. The sources used in the writing of the article are from what I can see very authoritative and well researched papers I have read many of them. However it does not matter how good the reference material is if you omit key points from the reference you can then shape the article to fit you own agenda all the while doing it under the umbrella of respectable research just because you use valid research papers. Again very early on under title 'Vaccine Development' the very first line the authors say and I Quote "Development of mRNA vaccines against infectious disease is unprecedented in many ways." Their words NOT the words of any study. The authors then go on to include mRNA into the Unprecedented category of Vaccines. Why? Because THEY said so that is why. The reference material that THEY use as a reference (Young et al., 2018) does not include mRNA vaccines in that category in fact the Unprecedented category was reserved for very complex diseases that ALL other platform of vaccines have failed to yield results. As mRNA vaccines WERE used in human trials against HIV as well as a host of other diseases since 2008 (as I said) then mRNA vaccines would be included in the existing platform of vaccines there for NOT in the Unprecedented category. Do you now see how easy it is for the author to change the information and now you have a WHOLE DIFFRENT understanding of JUST that section. Why don't YOU just look at the reference they use; Young et al., 2018 , and then go to the 'Limitations of the study' section and read it then apply the limitation of the study to what the Authors of the paper have written. This is just ONE section would you like more? Or as I said perhaps YOU could do some research and use the references they have given and then look at their paper and the way it is written.

      5. Xine Crowell

        @Jimmy Swaggart Besides ignoring the ~100 references at the end of the article you seem to label controlled research as “anti-vaxxer” if it doesn’t agree with your bias. For example, I liked this article because it included so much from other articles that I’ve read, all in one article. You dismiss them all as “anti-vaxxers”. But, there is important information that you’ve dismissed. Of special interest to me personally were the articles r/t patients without a spleen or low functioning spleen. I know that these people were omitted from the 3 US vaccine studies. Yet, these same people are told to get the vaccine. This recommendation is NOT research-based, promotes cookie-cutter care, and this article included studies with these patients.

    60. Xine Crowell

      The International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal.

    61. Fn A

      Listen to Fauci, Cuomo, and Whitmer. You can't go wrong.

      1. seigeengine

        The fact you listed two politicians alongside a highly esteemed expert in the field isn't a good look. Maybe you'd look better if we swapped out your eyes, but I digress.

    62. Xine Crowell

      “Scrunched-face fear baboon” 🤣

    63. T Graham

      I am sending this video to an unvaccinated Mike I know in Baltimore- I hope it helps him make the right decision!

      1. Mr Miner

        you fool, he said specifically not to share this video.

    64. A normal channel

      Get the vaccine.

    65. Vasilli Ryjikh

      You just lost all my respect mr. oliver

    66. Dave Wicks

      Remember this: seprom.info/clone/video/r8t4mr2GoWSV1YU.html

    67. Dave Wicks

      Fucker Carlson ~ Pity COVID didn't take him out. Then again, it will in time, because COVID will still be alive, long after we're all gone.

      1. Mr Miner

        fun fact, he along with all fox staff had to be vaccinated. and he still spreads his BS under the defence of it being an opinion (thats literally foxes legal defence in the past btw)

    68. Laura Calvert

      Do they have any sort of education system in the USA?

      1. Ian Tkach

        Short answer: yes, but it's broken or messed up in more aspects than not. I mean... *SO* many aspects.

      2. Mr Miner

        lesson one: the sound the gun makes is "pew pew" --- end of education ---

      3. seigeengine

        Results inconclusive.

    69. Michael MacDonald

      Humans: "We have created a vaccine against the virus that will save you from death and countless others!" Also Humans: " I'll pass "

    70. Ranskalaine

      "I'm senator John Kennedy and I'm furry. Be furry. Be cool." You know he was more progressive than I thought.

    71. Cam

      Fuck this bloke has turned into a puppet - glad I stopped paying attention to his propaganda years ago

      1. seigeengine

        I'm sure you'd know, being a puppet and all.

    72. Angelo Arcanis

      1:53 I want one of them BECAUSE of the reasons that you listed John

    73. november crow

      i kinda wish this video could be in mandarin so that i could convince my grandma to get vaccinated. she's terrified- which is understandable given that there isn't a lot of information that she can access in her mother tongue- and i really wish i could convince her some way, somehow. literally neither mum nor i have succeeded. this video, despite what it says at the end, has A LOT of information in it that she would really need. edit: also it's got a white guy in glasses wearing a suit. if her self-proclaimed favourite child can't convince her then i would presume that at this point it's literally ANYTHING GOES.

      1. november crow

        @Omee Awakened she's actually an uneducated woman, she never went to school because of extreme poverty. it's just lack of info she can read and our terrible explaining because a lot of things don't translate well. also, im really not that fluent in mandarin, and my mum is a terrible explainer.

      2. Omee Awakened

        I wish my grandma was as smart as yours.

    74. VaZ X

      There should SERIOUSLY be a crack a “trust science” zombie in the face day. Science changes constantly.

      1. Mr Miner

        that is literally the point of science.

      2. Helmi

        Yeah coz it's developing

    75. VaZ X

      The like/unlike ratio seems about right. Most people are sheep (hence why we have all the corruption and problems in the world and those responsible are able to get away with it). Most people will obey the media and this mega-nitwit John Oliver because the hypnosis are way too deep rooted at this point. For the rest of the ones that are still able to question and do their own research and see past the bullshit...let it go. No need to be angry. You had a choice like everybody else and chose to believe these morons with information supplied by Big Pharma.

    76. CloudsGirl7

      You know what IS a reassuring pushback against the stupid microchip lie? They probably wouldn't work, because they would run on Windows. - a (reluctant) Windows user.

    77. Jazzy Robeson

      Hey John, why isn't anyone talking about the 3 hour Dark Horse Podcast with Dr. Robert Malone (Inventor of mRNA vaccine technology) that recently aired? There seem to be some disturbing issues that aren't being discussed. If you haven't seen/heard it I suggest checking it out.

      1. seigeengine

        @Jazzy Robeson First off, I just want to apologize. Reading back that comment is hurting my soul at all the little mistakes and left in snippets where I had rewritten parts as I was going, or my favorite error: when I type ENTIRELY THE WRONG WORD, like how "high" somehow got typed out as "lie." There are costs and benefits to everything. Personally, I really get the benefits, because I fall into a risk group for covid, so there's an uncomfortably high change that, if I happened to get it, I'd die, or have other bad outcomes, either way, I also tend to have strong views on the subject, thinking there should be mechanisms for mandatory vaccination, barring legitimate medical reason not to get one, at least for vaccines critical for public safety. I don't support the freedom to spread pathogens that injure and kill other people.

      2. Jazzy Robeson

        @seigeengine I'm definitely not falling into a downward spiral of things one way or the other. There are always risk to reward factors when it comes to medicine. Being vaccinated myself I was just looking into some "info" that wasn't available at the time I received my dose. I appreciate the input and ideas of what else I can look into as well as the intelligent conversation and not just overboard opinionated internet nonsense.

      3. seigeengine

        @Jazzy Robeson Yeah, the trouble is I can't find anything reputable suggesting that. He sure claims it about himself a lot though. It's almost like he's trying to frame himself as a credible source of information on the subject... I wonder what his motives are? That would be the part where a quick look into the claims he's making don't seem to hold up at all. From a quick look, I found him making one bogus claims. One, he was pushing some drug as a solution while suggesting the mRNA vaccines are unsafe, which is bogus because we have no reason to believe they are unsafe, and we have an enormous sample size at this point. The fear-mongering at this point is all based on the idea it'll have some horrific effect many many months or years down the line, which I just don't see any reason to believe even could happen. As for the drug, it's the one people have been buzzing about lately, but the majority of the clinical positivity comes from groups with known affiliations with the drug, and so far it doesn't seem any good trial of it's effectiveness has completed. Even the researchers conducting those trials now think it's clear that if it does have an effect, it's non-obvious, meaning it doesn't have some huge positive impact. Other than that, practically the only thing I can find from him is him screaming at the top of his lungs everywhere he can that he invested mRNA drugs/vaccines, and constantly retweeting right-wing media and screeching about the MSM being evil, or whatever. All bad signs. There are other very very problematic statements being made by people he's been associated with. That podcast you mentioned also had Steve Kirsch, which is spreading a load of bullshit (look at his five hundred bullet point long list where he whines about everything). One I saw criticized and looked into, as well as being important in his mind since it's near the top of his list, just below him whining that nobody will debate him (rolls eyes) was him referencing a response to a study. The study found that the vaccine was safe for pregnant women with spontaneous abortion based on pregnancy outcomes being within the normal range for vaccinated pregnant women. Obviously this was an early look, and the study itself says more data needs to be collected. The response to that study being referenced basically said that only pregnant women vaccinated at the beginning of their pregnancies should be considered. The study, however, only lasted a few months, and occurred at the end of 2020/beginning of 2021. Do you see the problem with that? It's basically saying we should only analyze the outcomes of pregnancies that ended really early, and then uses that to calculate an extremely lie spontaneous abortion rate for vaccinated women. In simple terms it's like saying "wow, these women who miscarried miscarried , huh? Scary!" These are really basic failures that I don't believe anyone with a doctorate could make, especially in their supposed field of expertise. So why is he making them? I would suggest you not fall into the line of reasoning where you try to hold up one guy against the entire global medical community though. I mention this because there's this specific "maverick scientist defying the wider community who was the revolutionary answer" narrative that people love, but which is usually just hiding a conman grifting.

      4. Jazzy Robeson

        @seigeengine "Inventor" wasn't the word I decided to describe him as. It's what pops up everywhere I try and research him. You seem to potentially know a few things about the guy, can you elaborate on the "fraud" claim?

      5. seigeengine

        because he's a fraud whose spreading nonsense? The fact he's educated and done research doesn't demonstrate he's not a fraud. And calling him the "inventor of mRNA vaccine technology" is kind of absurd, when is contribution seems to have been some of the most basic work in the field three decades ago, that basically consisted of just figuring out you could get mRNA into cells using lisosomes.

    78. Justin T (King Awesome1)

      I'm waiting at least a year before I get the vaccine. I want to make sure there aren't any long-term effects from the vaccine.

      1. seigeengine

        Vaccines can't magically manifest symptoms a long time down the road. That's just not how they work. It'd be like if a company came out with a new brand of cookie and you decided to wait a year to see if someone randomly had symptoms a year after eating any.

      2. seigeengine

        Vaccines can't magically manifest symptoms a long time down the road. That's just not how they work. It'd be like if a company came out with a new brand of cookie and you decided to wait a year to see if someone randomly had symptoms a year after eating any.

    79. Sassy Dispatch

      My immune system works just fine thanks

      1. Helmi

        Vaxx doesn't change your immune system *facepalm*

      2. seigeengine

        ... Vaccines don't change what your immune system is doing.

    80. Morgan Jenkins

      we are egg

    81. neognosis kek

      Obey corporate directive and then get excited for next corporate directive.

      1. seigeengine

        Pretend the logically correct course of action is mindless obedience like our fascist overlords tell us to.

    82. TheSpiralnotebook

      seprom.info/clone/video/27anlcWrYnejyK8.html

    83. Lotte inSpain

      Strange to hear an American say, they want to know, what they put into their bodies, as so much American food is actually banned in Europe and Australia... And who said the same when Viagra came on the market? Being sceptical and researching, is a normal human response, I think. But it should be applied to all decisions...

    84. Nova R

      As a biology student I am shocked that some many of my friends and family are hesitant of the vaccine. Thankfully they listen to reasonable explanations so I've convinced them to get it but it is scary 👍

    85. Renegade  Angel

      Unsubsribing from this propaganda. ✌

    86. GiftedContractor

      "This fucking guy" should be the only way anyone is ever allowed to introduce Tucker Carlson from now on

    87. Alberto De Cristoforo

      I almost committed suicide when I found out I had herpes virus, I was going through a health blog when I saw how a woman testified of how Dr IGUDIA on SEprom cured her and I decided to contact him, to my greatest shock he actually cured me and now I test negative

    88. Aniello M

      this guy is unbearable.

    89. Braden Scott

      When John Kennedy started "singing" my parrot looked up from what he was chewing on :P

    90. Norm D

      He reads the auto cue really well. Doesn't consider or understand what he says very much but John is an entertaining empty vessel.

    91. Forty-one and a half

      Good job! Must be hard, knowing you are hurting people... I wish you all the best and hope you get through it.

    92. arenasification

      another question: were those old people who died with covid who would have died anyway due to their age counted in the COVID stats?

      1. seigeengine

        ​@arenasification Maybe some, but you see, the spike was more than the number of covid deaths, and other causes of death should have decreased because of measures taken during the pandemic as well.

      2. arenasification

        ​@seigeengine fair enough, but there's a lot of people who died because they didn't get treatment e.g. for cancer due to covid. so a lot of that spike is not directly caused by it. but no worries, I'm vaccinated, just wondering about the stats.

      3. seigeengine

        @arenasification I mean, yes, but that's the cause of death, and your heart doesn't stop beating because it's just too old. That's not how any of this works. Yes, age tends to deteriorate Humans, and that accumulative damage will inevitably lead to death, but "age" is never the thing that killed you. And the issue is we know it's not just old people dying as usual. There's a normal amount of people who die each year. There was a massive spike in 2020. Guess what the rough size of the spike is? The number of deaths from covid. If covid was just killing people who would have died anyway, you wouldn't expect such a spike.

      4. arenasification

        @seigeengine can't your heart just stop beating? but ok, then the old people would have gotten pneumonia, or an infection etc. nothing covid related a day later.

      5. seigeengine

        People don't die of age.

    93. Turd_Immunity

      Ask anyone that lives in or commutes through any big city in the US and they can all attest to that they see the exact same homeless people doing just fine (all things considered). How can this possibly be the case, if covid is that "deadly and contagious" as big Pharma just spent $billions trying to convince us that it is? Also, a Yale study just proved that if you have had covid, then you have the antibodies and that there is no benefit in getting the vaccine if so. 2+2=?

    94. ShadowmarkReturns

      Turning the friggin frogs gay!

    95. Jeff Whiting

      Everyone saying it was to fast hasnt done any research. They have been working on these types of vaccines for years. They even have covid vaccines for chickens that have been used for years.

    96. ethzero

      10:12 John Oliver's ovum obsession is proof he's part puffin.

    97. Yuno MaplePancakes

      i swear the more and more i learn bout our country the less i have faith in this