Johnson & Johnson officials caught on video admitting children DON'T need coronavirus vaccines
Shocking footage, recorded by a journalist from Project Veritas
, shows two Johnson & Johnson (J&J) officials admitting that children don't need coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines
. One official even warns the journalist herself not to get vaccinated because the vaccines are unsafe.
James O’Keefe organized Project Veritas in 2011 as a non-profit journalism group
that aims to continue his undercover reporting work.
"They don't need it," says J&J officials
The video is the third entry in Project Veritas' coronavirus vaccine investigative series. The footage features two J&J officials who warn that children don't need to get vaccinated because most drugs have potentially negative long-term side effects.
As the video begins a Project Veritas journalist asks Justin Durrant, a scientist at J&J if he would allow his children to get vaccinated. Durrant pauses before saying he thinks they "don't need it."
Next is Brandon Schadt, Regional Business Lead at J&J, who is asked to choose between letting his kids be homeschooled or getting them vaccinated. Like Durrant, he pauses before admitting that he thinks a child doesn't need to get vaccinated against coronavirus.
Schadt explained that kids are still growing and that they don't need to be inoculated
since they're healthy enough to "rebound from the virus." He also admitted that forcing kids to get vaccinated is a "terrible" thing because a rational parent wouldn't want kids to go through something difficult that adults experience, such as forced vaccinations.
When asked to confirm if it's true that the vaccine has adverse effects, Schadt said that it's impossible to say that coronavirus vaccines are 100 percent safe since they were all developed within a short time. He even jokes that the vaccines could be safe, but only if, after 30 years, someone claims they got the vaccine and didn't develop "a third eyeball."
From their answers, it's obvious that both Durrant and Schadt don't trust the vaccine from the company they work for. So why should Americans trust vaccines that may have long-term side effects on children and adults alike? (Related: Project Veritas reveals hospitals use non-approved, DANGEROUS drug on COVID-19 patients – Brighteon.TV
It's all about politics and money
Schadt also said that vaccines are about politics and money, two things the government and Big Pharma don't want Americans to know about.
When asked why there's such a strong push for vaccine mandates when children don't need it, Durrant explained that J&J has only one goal: numbers.
The journalist also asked Durrant if she should tell her 12-year-old cousin not to get the J&J vaccine. He also jokingly tells her "no" and winks, then adds that she didn't hear that from him.
Durrant added that while he did get vaccinated for work, he took the Moderna vaccine instead of the J&J one. Despite believing that the vaccines are dangerous, Durrant also seems to push for the company policies that "inconvenience" people who choose not to get vaccinated.
He even shared that most people only reconsider getting vaccinated if their livelihood gets affected. For example, if you're working for a big company and you could lose your job if you don't get vaccinated, you'll eventually change your mind and "be the first one in line."
Not being able to work will feel like punishment, but being treated like "a second-[class] citizen" is worse since you can't do anything a "normal" vaccinated citizen can do, added Durrant.
People are inconvenienced until they give in and get vaccinated
On the subject of vaccine mandates, Durrant said that anyone who wants to resume their daily routines is eventually bullied into getting vaccinated just so they could keep their jobs and put food on the table. Even those who wish to enjoy the holidays are forced to get vaccinated because they can't travel to countries like Canada if they're not inoculated.
Durrant added that at J&J, profits are more important than making sure the vaccine is truly safe for everyone, from babies to the elderly. He added that you're safe even if you're unvaccinated if you stay at home and don't have to go to school or work.
He also said that instead of giving babies vaccinated from the get-go, parents should wait at least until their kids are old enough to go to preschool before getting them vaccinated, if you're still willing to risk their health.
Schadt noted that people are probably shying away from the J&J vaccine because of the confirmed risks, such as blood clots. He also believes that the problem with the J&J vaccine could be traced to a lack of transparency, for "both political and financial reasons."
Schadt also believes that no one would say anything even if things go wrong since people and the company want to keep things private and avoid trouble at all costs. Despite having worked for 13 years at the company in consumer products, he hasn't heard anyone say anything about Tylenol laced with cyanide and that the products were simply recalled.
When the Project Veritas journalist asked Schadt if she shouldn't trust mainstream media about the vaccine, he answered, "In no capacity should we trust anything they say."
After the interview, Durrant texted the Project Veritas journalist not to reveal what he said about "the formulations and cancer needs" because he could "get in [mad] trouble."
Risks of taking the J&J vaccine
The Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine (Ad26.COV2.S) is a single-dose vaccine
, unlike the two-dose vaccines from Moderna and Pfizer.
Early in 2021, the Food and Drug Administration
(FDA) and, after a recommendation from the European Medicines Agency
(EMA), the European Commission issued emergency and conditional authorization for the J&J vaccine for people aged 18 and older.
However, the FDA recommended a pause in the vaccine’s use after there were reports of people experiencing blood clot incidents post-vaccination. J&J also delayed the distribution of the vaccine in Europe while the EMA conducted its own review.
On April 20, J&J announced it would resume distribution of its vaccine in the European Union but with a safety warning. Despite the reported cases of blood clots, both the FDA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(CDC) recommended that vaccinations resume, with a warning that women younger than 50 should be aware of the risk of blood clots.
Common side effects
The FDA’s vaccine fact sheet revealed that the J&J vaccine may cause the following side effects:
Allergies and anaphylaxis
- Muscle aches
- Irritation, swelling, redness and pain at the injection site
Like other dangerous coronavirus vaccines, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine may cause an allergic reaction. A non-severe allergic reaction may cause symptoms like swelling, rash, hives and respiratory problems.
A severe anaphylaxis response can cause the following symptoms:
Risk of rare autoimmune disorder
- Difficulty breathing
- Rapid heartbeat
- Swelling of the face and throat
The J&J vaccine is also linked to a rare autoimmune disorder. On July 12, 2021, the FDA added a warning that some people who get the Johnson & Johnson vaccine might develop Guillain-Barre syndrome within 42 after vaccination.
If you develop this rare neurological disorder, your immune system will mistakenly attack the myelin sheath or the protective layer that insulates your axons (nerve cell endings). This will cause muscle weakness and paralysis.
If officials from companies that make vaccines refuse the very products that they make and are skeptical about their safety and effectiveness, maybe it's time to rethink vaccine mandates
in the country.