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Vaccine-Injured Man Confronts British Prime Minister on GB News

John Watt took the opportunity to confront British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak face-to-face on GB News, bringing the critical issue of vaccine-related injuries directly to the nation’s leader.
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On Monday, John Watt, a vaccine-injured man from the UK, took the opportunity to confront British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak face-to-face on GB News, bringing the critical issue of vaccine-related injuries directly to the nation’s leader.

John Watt suffered from Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS), a condition that affects blood flow, after COVID-19 injection. His story is one of the many featured in the documentary, Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion.

Earlier this year, on January 31, in a verbal confrontation with MP Andrew Bridgen, Sunak sang a very strong tune in favor of the COVID-19 shots.

Bridgen asked Parliament, “Will he [Sunak] use this opportunity to correct that safe and effective statement, or will he choose the same line as Tony Blair, sit back, do nothing, and let the misery just continue to pile up?”

Sunak replied, “Let me be unequivocal from this dispatch box that COVID vaccines are safe.”

The Encounter

On GB News, Sunak encountered not just John, but another man who attests he suffered life-changing injuries after receiving the COVID-19 shot.

The UK government collaborated with social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Google by removing or flagging “misinformation” related to COVID-19 and the injection. Among the “misinformation” flagged were real stories from real people sharing real vaccine injuries.

However, Sunak appeared dumbfounded when both men told him that their vaccine injury stories were silenced by social media and the press.

“We are silenced, Rishi, on social media and everything. We are silenced!” John passionately declared. “We are the most silenced people in this country!”

TAKE A LISTEN TO THE FULL DIALOGUE:

JOHN WATT: “Hi, Rishi Sunak. I’ve got so much to say but such little time. My name is John Watt, and I’m one of the COVID vaccine injured in this country.

I want you to look into my eyes, Rishi Sunak, and I want you to look at the pain, the trauma, and the regret I have in my eyes. We have been left with no help at all.

“Not only am I in here [who’s] vaccine injured; there’s another man over there whose life’s been ruined by that COVID-19 vaccine. I know people who have lost legs — amputations. I know people with heart conditions like myself, Rishi Sunak.

“Why have I had to set up a support group in Scotland to look after the people that have been affected by that Covid-19 vaccine? Why are the people who are in charge who told us all to do the right thing have left us all to rot and left me and the thousands and the tens of thousands in this country to rot?

“Rishi Sunak, look me in the eye. When are you going to start to do the right thing? The vaccine damage payment scheme is not fit for purpose. In Scotland right now, according to the yellow card system, there are over 30,000 people [who] have had an adverse reaction to that vaccine.”

PM RISHI SUNAK: “John, thank you very much indeed for your question.”

JOHN WATT: “Thank you to start doing the right thing, Mr. Rishi Sunak.”

PM RISHI SUNAK: “You’ve made a really strong point, John. Well, I’m very sorry to hear about your personal circumstances, and you said someone over here also seems to have suffered by a similar thing. Now, obviously, I don’t know about the individual situation that you’re in.”

JOHN WATT: “We are silenced, Rishi. On social media and everything. We are silenced! We are the most silenced people in this country!

OTHER VACCINE-INJURED MAN: “Silence in the press because my story in the press — I had to go to the government for comment, and they made them take all that stuff out.

MODERATOR: “Forgive me both. Sir, you raised some very valid points, I’m sure. What I’ve got to say is, though, we haven’t got you on microphone, and as you know, we’ve got to get through this. I’m sure we can raise your points with the Prime Minister at a later date, but in the meantime, Prime Minister, if you have not covered the issue.”

RISHI SUNAK: “I’m very happy to. So there is a vaccine compensation scheme that’s in place, as you alluded to, in the NHS. Obviously, everyone individually will work through their cases. It’s difficult for me to comment on anyone’s individual case. I’m sure you’ll appreciate that.

“I’m very happy to go and look at the cases, and I’m sure you’ll get them to the team here. I’m very saddened and shocked to hear that you’ve been silenced by anybody. That is surprising to me.

“So please do get your details to Stephen and the team, and I will happily take that away. Of course, you should be able to speak about your experience — what’s happened to you. And as I said, we have a compensation scheme in place for that, and I’ll make sure that we’re working through that.

“Obviously, I think you’ll appreciate it’s hard for me to comment on your specific circumstances — just not knowing them. And those things that.”

(Other Vaccine-Injured Man Begins Speaking)

MODERATOR: “Please forgive me, sir. We haven’t got a microphone on you, so our viewers and listeners won’t be able to hear what you say.”

RISHI SUNAK: “The last thing I’d say is we went through a pandemic like everyone else at the points when it came to the vaccine. Those decisions were always taken on the basis of medical advice from our medical experts to tell us, as politicians, who are obviously not doctors, about how best to roll out the vaccine, what was in the public health interest, the priority order, how that should be done, who should be eligible. That was something that the doctors recommended on, and that’s something that we followed.

“Now, obviously, if there are individual circumstances which haven’t worked out, then that’s why we have the compensation scheme in place and I’ll make sure that we follow up on your cases.”

MODERATOR: “Okay, Prime Minister. Thank you. Gents, both of you, do give us your details. We will get that to the Prime Minister. And as he said, he will, I’m sure, look at that for you.”

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