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UK Parliament Hears Bridgen: The Buzz and Backlash
British MP Andrew Bridgen delivers first-its-kind speech on excess deaths in the UK Parliament since mass vaccine rollouts
It wasn’t the most provocative speech. But data-driven ones usually aren’t. Yet, the range of topics Bridgen managed to cover in his 24-minute speech was exhaustive.
To name a few, he touched on excess death rates in the young and old post-2021, corruption of government datasets, Pfizer’s ‘Process 2’ manufacturing scandal, and poor efficacy in the original trials.
You can watch it in full here:
As with many major events, the most candid insights derived from the reactions to it.
The BBC appeared to completely lose its head. OracleFilms discovered that during their broadcast, they changed their slogans no fewer than nine times - something they never do - presumably in a desperate attempt to undermine the verifiable statistics Bridgen cited. The panic was palpable.
This image came to mind when thinking of the BBC studio editors watching the speech:
Swathes of fellow citizen journalists now thriving on X rightly lambasted the poor attendance. I counted nine MPs out of a possible 650. Adding context, former Rebel News reporter Lewis Brackpool shared a photo of the vacant chamber, contrasting it with another from March 2022 where MPs debated a £2,200 pay rise:
Other MPs came out of the woodwork. MP Philip Davies, who I’ve never seen talk about vaccines or excess deaths, interrupted Bridgen to say this:
“Can I just commend for the tenacious way (Bridgen) has battled on this particular issue. I certainly admire for that.
I just wondered where he found the media was in all of this because, of course, during the Covid pandemic every day the media, particularly the BBC, couldn't wait to tell us how many people had died on that particular day, without any context of those figures whatsoever.
But they seem to have gone strangely quiet over these excess deaths now..."
Whether Davies is jumping on the bandwagon to seek popularity among the truther demographic pre-2024 general election we’ll never know. But another MP openly airing concerns about the lack of media coverage over what is now apparently some “anti-vax” dogwhistle cannot be a bad thing. Maybe some were in the dark and now they’re waking up... I hope it’s the latter.
A truly humbling moment came when Bridgen began his speech. Spectators in the gallery erupted in cheers and applause, which could be heard during the live broadcast, bearing witness to the community's heartfelt rally. I’ve watched hours and hours of parliamentary debates and never seen anything like that.
Subsequent photos revealed the gallery spectators were, in fact, key figures from the UK's leading vaccine injury organisations and a number of celebrities, including ex-England footballers Matt Le Tissier and Rickie Lambert. This is perhaps what the Establishment fears most - an organised, influential, and strongly-incentivised unit seeking accountability.
Rumour has it the ground upon which Whitehall sits shook a little.
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