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(WATCH) Whistleblower Brook Jackson Says Vaccinator From Pfizer COVID-19 Jab Trials Had No Prior Medical Experience; Previous Job at Taco Restaurant


Former regional director of Ventavia Research Group, Brook Jackson, shed light on data integrity and regulatory oversight issues concerning the Pfizer COVID-19 jab trials last year.

The British Medical Journal (BMJ) reported on her claims in November but mainstream media buried the story.

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Jackson handed over internal documents, photos, emails, and audio recordings to The BMJ and exposed the shoddy practices during the trials.

After blowing the whistle, Ventavia fired Jackson.

She has an ongoing lawsuit against Pfizer, Ventavia, and ICON PLC.

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Brook Jackson sat down with documentary producer and director Phil Harper to discuss the Pfizer trials.

During the interview, Jackson revealed one of the vaccinators in the trials had no prior medical experience.

In fact, her previous job was in a taco restaurant.

Phil Harper writes in The Digger:

I spoke with Brook Jackson last week. Brook is a named whistleblower who wanted to draw attention to poor practices on the Pfizer vaccine trial. Ordinarily, her story would be absolutely huge but in these times of algorithmically driven censorship, no one has really heard her story. Amongst many of the things she told me, the standout was that one of the vaccinators – a person literally injecting a trial participant – had no medical training at all. She was tasked with preparing the vaccine and injecting it into people, and her prior experience was in a Taco restaurant.

Brook’s story (minus the Taco part…) was reported in the British Medical Journal and was subsequently ‘fact-checked’ by the ‘independent’ fact-checkers at Facebook. It’s anyone’s guess as to how the BMJ can be fact-checked on their own reporting about a medical whistleblower. The important thing is, the fact-check throttled the shares on her story. As such, the information she risked her career to release did not find its audience.

Watch the interview with Brook Jackson on Rumble:


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