McCullough noted he’s not new to the national scene, having, for example, served on President Bill Clinton’s health care advisory panel.
Emphasizing the importance of safety in medicine, he said it’s “beyond astonishing” that “there has been an injection of a substance into half of Americans’ bodies and there’s yet to be a report to America on safety.”
That was not the case in 1976 when the government shut down the Swine Flu vaccination campaign after the emergence of 25 deaths and 550 cases of Guillain-Barre Syndrome. The debate over whether or not they were caused by the vaccine, didn’t matter, he noted. What mattered was that unexplained deaths occurred after vaccination.
Today, the government and Big Tech are taking an extraordinary gamble, “testing out new technology on, not just the nation, but the world.”