Here's The Real Bombshell of Andrew Bridgen's Latest Excess Death Debate In Parliament
The UK medical regulators under the spotlight... again.
Andrew Bridgen’s arduous voyage of answer-seeking reached another milestone yesterday as he was permitted to speak about our chronically elevated excess deaths levels for just the second time in Parliament since 2021.
Like his speech last October, the range of topics he covered was exhaustive. He spoke about numerous datasets, including the percentage rates of excess deaths in certain age groups, horrific vaccine injuries experienced by his own constituents, and the curious postponement of the Covid Inquiry’s vaccine module until after the upcoming general election. Something he speculated resulted from political pressure quietly placed on Inquiry presiders by the Sunak cabinet.
However, it was what he revealed toward the end of his 30-minute-long speech that pricked ears.
Turns out, both the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) and the Medicines Health and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) have been sitting on data that could provide concrete evidence of the extent of Covid vaccine harm.
Dr. Clare Craig has confirmed, through Freedom of Information Act (FOI) requests sent to both UKHSA and MHRA, that the agencies possess extensive data on Covid vaccine dosage dates and deaths. However, they are refusing to release it because of the inability (or rather the failure) to anonymise it.
Yet the curious thing is, apparently the agencies have already released that same data to Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca.
"They've released our health data to Big Pharma but they won't release it to us... is it really too much to ask that the British public be given the same level of access to the relevant data given to Big Pharma companies..."
The moment ultimately highlighted the cognitive dissonance exhibited by our regulators post-Covid. They supposedly safeguard the public but through suppression and obscurity rather than transparency. Time and again, they also prioritise the commercial interests of Big Pharma over the citizens they are meant to serve.
Here’s a clip of Bridgen talking about the latter:
Other Highlights - Sir George Howarth
Unlike Bridgen’s last speech, the chairman allowed the 19 fellow MPs in attendance 3-minute responses.
This is when Sir George Howarth stood up, immediately following Bridgen, and delivered what might be the most shallow, meek, and embarrassing rebuttal ever seen in Covid vaccine discourse.
He began by appealing to arguments of authority. Essentially, all the censored experts that Bridgen has consulted with aren’t really experts at all. They’re cranks with an agenda. Howarth made sure his point came across by literally saying “inverted commas experts”.
It was an incredibly lazy effort to tarnish a group of professionals - whom; it is important to note - differ in their opinions on various subtopics within Covid vaccine discourse.
The funny thing is the group Howarth trashed included the likes of Dr Peter McCullough and Professor Angus Dalgliesh - the former being one of the most published American cardiologists in history and the latter being a prominent British professor who has published over 260 peer-reviewed publications and has co-edited 4 text books.
If you can bear to hear his response in full, I also clipped it:
The extent of Howarth’s painful ignorance reached its peak when he cited recent a study, which nearly every major British newspaper slapped on their headlines on Monday, that found “missed vaccines caused 7,000 Covid hospitalisations and deaths”.
Of course, when you dig into the study you find that not only is it based on modelling (ie crystal-balling) but even the authors admitted:
“Our estimates for the 16–74 years and 75 years and older age groups show that being unvaccinated (strictly maximum dose deficit) was associated with similar or lower hazard ratio for severe COVID-19 outcomes compared with being vaccinated but having a vaccine deficit of at least one dose.”
In layman’s terms, they confessed that the unvaccinated possessed a lower hazard ratio for severe Covid compared to the vaccinated, despite their best efforts of data manipulation. The Naked Emperor published a deft breakdown of the study here.
Other Highlights - The Emergence of MP Neale Hanvey
During the excess death debate last October, a few unexpected characters popped out of the woodwork, airing their concerns over the sustained period of high excess deaths and possible causes.
It was MP Phillip Davies last time and this time we had MP Neale Hanvey, a Scottish politician serving as the Leader of the Alba Party in the House of Commons since 2021.
Rather than describing the contents of his allocated 3-minute response, I rather show you. So here it is, and it constituted a deserved slap down given the quality of Howarth’s rebuttal:
Amid the storm of negatives surrounding the lack of government response, or indeed care, of Brits literally dropping dead, the debate demonstrated that more of our representatives are taking note. Last time, I counted 9 MPs out of a total 650. This time, Bridgen himself stated there were 19.
Bridgen is now moving to obtain a 3-hour debate session on the topic. He hopes for a longer, more in-depth discussion in the main House of Commons chamber to shift public discourse to a more advanced stage. This is not a political matter for him. It’s a health matter that should receive bipartisan support across the House.
A number of MPs said they would back his request. Can we now say we’ve entered Stage 2?
You can watch the debate in its entirety here.
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