Covid Vaccines: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

Publisert 2. mai. 2021
John Oliver explains why some people don’t want to get the Covid-19 vaccine and how they might be reassured. (Even you, Mike in Baltimore.)

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  • Except the information is NOT "out there." It is being censored. Every. Single. Day! These pokes are leading to blood clots, death, and other serious health consequences!

  • i do not understand how so many people can watch tucker. its mindblowing that he has an audience.

  • Hard pass... watching serious adverse reactions coming thru the ER I work in. And NOT being reported

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  • I'd love if John were to do something about Andrew Wakefield with his history and impact on the anti vax movement

    • Have you seen the hbomberguy video on vaccines? He talks about Wakefield and his history.

  • Also: best mascot so far. I don’t know if I love the cicada, but I do love the guy inside it.

  • If you’re worried, also write in to your local stations and newspaper to blast those media shows spreading fear. You have to raise your voice against those hurting people for clicks.

  • i love how whenever black people do something stupid in the US it's never their fault. it must be so liberating to have everyone around you making excuses for why you suck all the time. "oh no, i was born in the year 2000, well past any of this stuff going on but because we get bombarded with W-guilt non-stop i still feel like we live in 1850 so i can never trust W people." oh really john? were they not treated well 70 years ago? you don't say. WHO THE FRACK CARES!! it's 2021! STOP LIVING IN THE PAST!! oh i wonder why they can't move on when all you can focus on is the past. (yes i had to replace the word with W to avoid getting censored by youtube. let that sink in)

  • wait? murcans are tards? next you'll be reporting on how water is wet

  • Good bye John Oliver, you outet yourself.Parroting doesn`t fit you that good.....

  • I can't believe Liberals watch this garbage.

  • OMG, John Oliver is worse than Alex Jones, or should I say the Alex Jones of the left?

  • Agenda 21/2030 www.bitchute.com/video/pekJZW7a4ZHp/

  • 0:45 "The best way out of this mess is, CLEARLY, vaccines" nice assertion from the get go - no need to watch the rest

  • Tucker Carlson always sounds like he’s talking to a five year old and that makes him so god damn punchable

    • 12:34

    • Not just that he's talking to a five year old, but he's talking down to a five year old.

  • Me a 16 year old with one unvaccinated parent due to busyness Wich is her excuse for everything: books an appointment to get a vaccine says they have teen vaccine and the booking goes flawlessly my dads going back to his second shot he says my kid is doing it while they inject him Healthcare worker: we dont have the teen vaccine a day after I've booked with no notif period dad tells me Me: GOD DA-

    • Im getting vaxed before next school year hopefully

  • THE TRUTH ABOUT COVID VACCINES vaccineimpact.com/

  • When In doubt, ask yourself; What would Alex Jones do? Then do the opposite. It does wonders to your lifespan.

  • The International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal. ijvtpr.com/index.php/IJVTPR/article/view/23 This article clarifies the long-term effects of these experimental drugs and allow us to better assess the true risk/benefit ratio of these novel technologies.

    • @Jimmy Swaggart None of those people were the authors and there is about 80 references from authoritative sources. It is a balanced article of BOTH the Pros AND Cons. You seemed biased to only promote the Pros. Read for yourself and decide, this article holds up under scrutiny.

    • You have got to be joking right. This site/ journal is run by a whole host of anti vaccination advocates you cannot be seriously offering this as a creditable unbiased source of information. Here is a few of the editorial staff Executive Editor/Editor in Chief John W. Oller, Jr., PhD in General Linguistics from the University of Rochester in New York, now a professor at Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge and is closely associated with Children’s Health Defence a very anti vaccination organisation. Senior Editor Christopher A. Shaw, PhD, Professor, Department of Ophthalmology, University of British Columbia, Shaw has done controversial research on the adverse effects of vaccines, including publishing two 2011 reports about the effect of aluminum adjuvants in vaccines. The World Health Organization's Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety criticized the two 2011 reports, calling them "seriously flawed". Shaw has received nearly $900,000 in research funding from the Dwoskin Family Foundation and the Katlyn Fox Foundation, both of which question the safety of vaccines. In October 2017, Shaw and his colleague, Lucija Tomljenovic, announced that they were retracting a paper they had co-authored in the Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, claiming to find that aluminum in vaccines caused symptoms "consistent with those in autism" in mice, after multiple other researchers had criticized the underlying data as invalid or falsified. Associate Editors Russell Blaylock, MD, nationally recognized board-certified neurosurgeon, Blaylock opposes the use of certain vaccines. He has urged avoidance of the swine flu (H1N1) vaccination, which he claims is more dangerous than the infection itself. He has also given advice on what he feels an individual should do if faced with mandatory vaccination, although current research indicates that an effective vaccine is a vital tool in protecting the public and that the H1N1 vaccine is both safe and effective. Blaylock suggests that vitamin D, fish oil and antioxidants are effective against catching the flu. Gayle DeLong, Associate Professor, Bert W. Wasserman Department of Economics and Finance, Author of a paper on the human papillomavirus vaccine (HPV) that was called a “very flawed and biased study with the potential of being misinterpreted or misused” has been retracted. The paper was originally published in June 2018, and instantly garnered criticism. “All of the post-publication reports we received described serious flaws in the statistical analysis and interpretation of the data in this paper, and we have therefore taken the decision to retract it,” according to the notice. Richard C. Deth, PhD, Professor of Pharmacology, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, He played an active role in the initial confusion about the suggested relationship thiomersal and vaccines, testifying twice to Congress about his views. Deth's hypothesis is, however, contradicted by much of the current literature about the causes of autism, which indicates that the levels of thimerosal found in vaccines and other sources cannot be directly implicated as a cause. This aspect of his research attracted such controversy that a dean at Northeastern University once wrote a letter to Deth telling him to stop. Mary S. Holland, MA, JD, General Counsel for Children's Health Defense 2019-present; expertise in children's health and litigation concerning vaccines; renowned author of works in that area Need I say more on Mary S Holland Robert J. Krakow, JD, Law Office of Robert J. Krakow, Representing the Vaccine Injured in All 50 States Well that speaks for itself yes completely unbiased. David L. Lewis, PhD, expertise in environmental health risks associated with vaccines Again speaks for itself This is most of the staff but if you like I can do the rest for you.

  • The International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal.

  • Listen to Fauci, Cuomo, and Whitmer. You can't go wrong.

    • The fact you listed two politicians alongside a highly esteemed expert in the field isn't a good look. Maybe you'd look better if we swapped out your eyes, but I digress.

  • “Scrunched-face fear baboon” 🤣

  • I am sending this video to an unvaccinated Mike I know in Baltimore- I hope it helps him make the right decision!

  • Get the vaccine.

  • You just lost all my respect mr. oliver

  • Remember this: nolong.info/show/fc51n46EpZaYqIE/video.html

  • Fucker Carlson ~ Pity COVID didn't take him out. Then again, it will in time, because COVID will still be alive, long after we're all gone.

  • Do they have any sort of education system in the USA?

  • Humans: "We have created a vaccine against the virus that will save you from death and countless others!" Also Humans: " I'll pass "

  • "I'm senator John Kennedy and I'm furry. Be furry. Be cool." You know he was more progressive than I thought.

  • Fuck this bloke has turned into a puppet - glad I stopped paying attention to his propaganda years ago

    • I'm sure you'd know, being a puppet and all.

  • 1:53 I want one of them BECAUSE of the reasons that you listed John

  • i kinda wish this video could be in mandarin so that i could convince my grandma to get vaccinated. she's terrified- which is understandable given that there isn't a lot of information that she can access in her mother tongue- and i really wish i could convince her some way, somehow. literally neither mum nor i have succeeded. this video, despite what it says at the end, has A LOT of information in it that she would really need. edit: also it's got a white guy in glasses wearing a suit. if her self-proclaimed favourite child can't convince her then i would presume that at this point it's literally ANYTHING GOES.

    • @Omee Awakened she's actually an uneducated woman, she never went to school because of extreme poverty. it's just lack of info she can read and our terrible explaining because a lot of things don't translate well. also, im really not that fluent in mandarin, and my mum is a terrible explainer.

    • I wish my grandma was as smart as yours.

  • There should SERIOUSLY be a crack a “trust science” zombie in the face day. Science changes constantly.

    • Yeah coz it's developing

  • The like/unlike ratio seems about right. Most people are sheep (hence why we have all the corruption and problems in the world and those responsible are able to get away with it). Most people will obey the media and this mega-nitwit John Oliver because the hypnosis are way too deep rooted at this point. For the rest of the ones that are still able to question and do their own research and see past the bullshit...let it go. No need to be angry. You had a choice like everybody else and chose to believe these morons with information supplied by Big Pharma.

  • You know what IS a reassuring pushback against the stupid microchip lie? They probably wouldn't work, because they would run on Windows. - a (reluctant) Windows user.

  • Hey John, why isn't anyone talking about the 3 hour Dark Horse Podcast with Dr. Robert Malone (Inventor of mRNA vaccine technology) that recently aired? There seem to be some disturbing issues that aren't being discussed. If you haven't seen/heard it I suggest checking it out.

    • @Jazzy Robeson First off, I just want to apologize. Reading back that comment is hurting my soul at all the little mistakes and left in snippets where I had rewritten parts as I was going, or my favorite error: when I type ENTIRELY THE WRONG WORD, like how "high" somehow got typed out as "lie." There are costs and benefits to everything. Personally, I really get the benefits, because I fall into a risk group for covid, so there's an uncomfortably high change that, if I happened to get it, I'd die, or have other bad outcomes, either way, I also tend to have strong views on the subject, thinking there should be mechanisms for mandatory vaccination, barring legitimate medical reason not to get one, at least for vaccines critical for public safety. I don't support the freedom to spread pathogens that injure and kill other people.

    • @seigeengine I'm definitely not falling into a downward spiral of things one way or the other. There are always risk to reward factors when it comes to medicine. Being vaccinated myself I was just looking into some "info" that wasn't available at the time I received my dose. I appreciate the input and ideas of what else I can look into as well as the intelligent conversation and not just overboard opinionated internet nonsense.

    • @Jazzy Robeson Yeah, the trouble is I can't find anything reputable suggesting that. He sure claims it about himself a lot though. It's almost like he's trying to frame himself as a credible source of information on the subject... I wonder what his motives are? That would be the part where a quick look into the claims he's making don't seem to hold up at all. From a quick look, I found him making one bogus claims. One, he was pushing some drug as a solution while suggesting the mRNA vaccines are unsafe, which is bogus because we have no reason to believe they are unsafe, and we have an enormous sample size at this point. The fear-mongering at this point is all based on the idea it'll have some horrific effect many many months or years down the line, which I just don't see any reason to believe even could happen. As for the drug, it's the one people have been buzzing about lately, but the majority of the clinical positivity comes from groups with known affiliations with the drug, and so far it doesn't seem any good trial of it's effectiveness has completed. Even the researchers conducting those trials now think it's clear that if it does have an effect, it's non-obvious, meaning it doesn't have some huge positive impact. Other than that, practically the only thing I can find from him is him screaming at the top of his lungs everywhere he can that he invested mRNA drugs/vaccines, and constantly retweeting right-wing media and screeching about the MSM being evil, or whatever. All bad signs. There are other very very problematic statements being made by people he's been associated with. That podcast you mentioned also had Steve Kirsch, which is spreading a load of bullshit (look at his five hundred bullet point long list where he whines about everything). One I saw criticized and looked into, as well as being important in his mind since it's near the top of his list, just below him whining that nobody will debate him (rolls eyes) was him referencing a response to a study. The study found that the vaccine was safe for pregnant women with spontaneous abortion based on pregnancy outcomes being within the normal range for vaccinated pregnant women. Obviously this was an early look, and the study itself says more data needs to be collected. The response to that study being referenced basically said that only pregnant women vaccinated at the beginning of their pregnancies should be considered. The study, however, only lasted a few months, and occurred at the end of 2020/beginning of 2021. Do you see the problem with that? It's basically saying we should only analyze the outcomes of pregnancies that ended really early, and then uses that to calculate an extremely lie spontaneous abortion rate for vaccinated women. In simple terms it's like saying "wow, these women who miscarried miscarried , huh? Scary!" These are really basic failures that I don't believe anyone with a doctorate could make, especially in their supposed field of expertise. So why is he making them? I would suggest you not fall into the line of reasoning where you try to hold up one guy against the entire global medical community though. I mention this because there's this specific "maverick scientist defying the wider community who was the revolutionary answer" narrative that people love, but which is usually just hiding a conman grifting.

    • @seigeengine "Inventor" wasn't the word I decided to describe him as. It's what pops up everywhere I try and research him. You seem to potentially know a few things about the guy, can you elaborate on the "fraud" claim?

    • because he's a fraud whose spreading nonsense? The fact he's educated and done research doesn't demonstrate he's not a fraud. And calling him the "inventor of mRNA vaccine technology" is kind of absurd, when is contribution seems to have been some of the most basic work in the field three decades ago, that basically consisted of just figuring out you could get mRNA into cells using lisosomes.

  • I'm waiting at least a year before I get the vaccine. I want to make sure there aren't any long-term effects from the vaccine.

    • Vaccines can't magically manifest symptoms a long time down the road. That's just not how they work. It'd be like if a company came out with a new brand of cookie and you decided to wait a year to see if someone randomly had symptoms a year after eating any.

    • Vaccines can't magically manifest symptoms a long time down the road. That's just not how they work. It'd be like if a company came out with a new brand of cookie and you decided to wait a year to see if someone randomly had symptoms a year after eating any.

  • My immune system works just fine thanks

    • Vaxx doesn't change your immune system *facepalm*

    • ... Vaccines don't change what your immune system is doing.

  • we are egg

  • Obey corporate directive and then get excited for next corporate directive.

    • Pretend the logically correct course of action is mindless obedience like our fascist overlords tell us to.

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  • Strange to hear an American say, they want to know, what they put into their bodies, as so much American food is actually banned in Europe and Australia... And who said the same when Viagra came on the market? Being sceptical and researching, is a normal human response, I think. But it should be applied to all decisions...

  • As a biology student I am shocked that some many of my friends and family are hesitant of the vaccine. Thankfully they listen to reasonable explanations so I've convinced them to get it but it is scary 👍

  • Unsubsribing from this propaganda. ✌

  • "This fucking guy" should be the only way anyone is ever allowed to introduce Tucker Carlson from now on

  • I almost committed suicide when I found out I had herpes virus, I was going through a health blog when I saw how a woman testified of how Dr IGUDIA on NOlong cured her and I decided to contact him, to my greatest shock he actually cured me and now I test negative

  • this guy is unbearable.

  • When John Kennedy started "singing" my parrot looked up from what he was chewing on :P

  • He reads the auto cue really well. Doesn't consider or understand what he says very much but John is an entertaining empty vessel.

  • Good job! Must be hard, knowing you are hurting people... I wish you all the best and hope you get through it.

  • another question: were those old people who died with covid who would have died anyway due to their age counted in the COVID stats?

    • @arenasification I mean, yes, but that's the cause of death, and your heart doesn't stop beating because it's just too old. That's not how any of this works. Yes, age tends to deteriorate Humans, and that accumulative damage will inevitably lead to death, but "age" is never the thing that killed you. And the issue is we know it's not just old people dying as usual. There's a normal amount of people who die each year. There was a massive spike in 2020. Guess what the rough size of the spike is? The number of deaths from covid. If covid was just killing people who would have died anyway, you wouldn't expect such a spike.

    • @seigeengine can't your heart just stop beating? but ok, then the old people would have gotten pneumonia, or an infection etc. nothing covid related a day later.

    • People don't die of age.

  • Ask anyone that lives in or commutes through any big city in the US and they can all attest to that they see the exact same homeless people doing just fine (all things considered). How can this possibly be the case, if covid is that "deadly and contagious" as big Pharma just spent $billions trying to convince us that it is? Also, a Yale study just proved that if you have had covid, then you have the antibodies and that there is no benefit in getting the vaccine if so. 2+2=?

  • Turning the friggin frogs gay!

  • Everyone saying it was to fast hasnt done any research. They have been working on these types of vaccines for years. They even have covid vaccines for chickens that have been used for years.

  • 10:12 John Oliver's ovum obsession is proof he's part puffin.

  • i swear the more and more i learn bout our country the less i have faith in this

  • You shoudln´t neglect the fact completely, that it is not sure yet, if vaccinated people are not transmitting the virus too. The actual studies are not completed yet (also it seems like the probability is lower from first results). But stating that only non vaccinated people are transmitting the virus is simply wrong. And if they are also transmitting the virus, is it really that unlogical for some people who don´t want to take it regardless why?

    • He didn't say that, did he? There's solid research showing that vaccinated people can in fact transmit the virus, but do so at significantly lower rates, and only do so when they actually get infected themselves, which the vaccine lowers the chance of significantly.

  • The vaccine doesn't work against newer strains of covid. Youre all brainwashed.

    • @Woohiehaak 01 that's cute that you have to repeat my insults to make a comeback😁

    • @Liberal Hypocrite I mean if you think we're all brainwashed you might be even lower then first grade.

    • @Liberal Hypocrite cool i mean english isnt my first language so ok XD

    • @Woohiehaak 01 it's *guinea pig You dunce👌

    • @Woohiehaak 01 considering you spell at a 1st grade level😂

  • Thank you John. You convinced me, and now, my son and I are vaccinated. Keep up the good work, and please keep me laughing out loud on Monday mornings watching you on NOlong (can’t afford HBO😳🤣)

  • This is so upsetting, here in Mexico were so desperate to be able to get the vaccine, but there are not enough, and to think they just have them there without enough people to take them is just such so frustrating...just send them over here!!!

  • “ the worst thing to come out of a Kennedy’s mouth since the back of his head” -comedy gold.

  • I actually was in the camp that the vaccines where rolled out too quickly, I mean, they're usually done in a decade, not in like, a few years That still didn't stop me from double-dosing myself. I'm in a global fucking pandemic for fuck's sake, Not fighting of some nan's snot. Fucking cowards

  • Never get new tec when it first comes out. That's my experience.

    • No, you wait a bit until other people have tried it out. You know, like the tens of thousands of people who got the vaccine during trials.

  • Why is a comedian giving medical advice? Obviously he doesn't know any of this information first hand. Did he learn all of this from his many years of working in the medical field? He sure sounds like he knows a lot for a guy that's reading off of a teleprompter.

    • Yeah mate welcome to tv where they have a team of people who ask medical experts info and who look for information themselfs.

  • Maybe someone can convince me but the issue for me is it hasn’t been long enough. That’s simply all, how do I know something won’t happen in 10 years or have a long term effect on my body or immune system. You can’t tell me there is data out there to convince me otherwise because it literally has not been that long and you can’t perform any type of study yet.

    • That's technically true - there are a small number of vaccines who've turned out to cause problems later on, just like any other form of medication. Amphetamine used to be a weight loss drug, until people figured out it wasn't such a good idea long term. This, and other incidents, have resulted in a set of rules aimed at minimising the adverse effects, which in turn is the reason J&J and AstraZeneca vaccines are being used only in circumstances where the gain outweighs the risks by a fair bit. And that's what life is about - since we can't tell the future, we try to make educated guesses based on what we do know. And one thing we know is that these vaccines are very unlikely to cause major issues. We also know - already - that surviving Covid19 will in many instances cause lasting health issues. Comparing the frequency and seriousness of the covid19 infection and the vaccine, the former is worse than the latter, although it does vary depending on age, prior health issues etc. Thus recommendations take those factors into account. I guess we've been so used to being guaranteed that things work that we're reluctant to go for anything less than 99-100% success rate. Which would make sense if you'd be 100% safe if you did nothing, but that's far from the case here. It's been about one and a half years now, and we already got several mutations that are more dangerous than the initial one. Give it ten years of only "people at risk" getting vaccinated, and the chances we'll end up with mutations that are much more deadly will be quite high. However, if enough people vaccinate to achieve herd immunity, the virus will more or less die off, and at a minimum the mutation rate will decrease to almost zero in comparison. Only time can tell what the long term effects will be, including how long you'll stay vaccinated, but one thing that's different with these vaccines compared to most others is that they're currently being tested by tens of millions of people, not just a few thousand. Which means we'll get info much faster about (rare) side effects etc. This is why the blood clot issue wasn't discovered during testing - it happens to so few people that the test group wasn't big enough (or "lucky enough"). But since it's an ongoing evaluation, changes have been made, both wrt distribution as well as how the vaccine itself is made. I'm not the kind of guy that bother with buying lottery tickets - the odds simply aren't in my favour. But I'm not keeping my money in my mattress out of fear the bank will go bankrupt and I'll lose my savings - not when that means I miss out on the interest, as well as still risk losing everything if there's a fire, robbery etc, which is _much_ more likely than the bank going bankrupt. The covid19 vaccines are not that different - to me.

    • How do you know the last drink you had won't spontaneously cause your lungs to dissolve in ten years? You don't, but there's basically no fucking chance of that happening, just as there's basically no chance of vaccines magically manifesting side effects years down the road.

  • Tell them the vaccine is another new weapon in their armoury. Problem solved.

  • The world should thank Andrew Wakefield for his universal doubt on vaccines

    • Andrew Wakefield didn't doubt vaccines. He was pro-vaccine.

  • J&J was developed using fetal cell lines

    • I mean, accurate, but problematic. I"m guessing you're trying to imply something negative by mentioning the use of cells cultured over and over from a fetus from 1985, but, in reality, that's just really fucking nifty, and cool science info.

  • No chips. It's true. Been waiting for my 5g upgrade so i can text just by thinking about it. I'm very disappointed.

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  • I wonder when that Melinda gates quote was recorder. Like hours before the news broke they were getting divorced?..

  • I've had the vaccine, I support vaccine. But I hope to fuck it has no long term side effects. So I can't really fault anyone who hasn't had it. Also chances are it won't stop me from getting it but hopefully second time around it won't make me too ill.

    • It won't. There's no real way a vaccine like this even could manifest some kind of bad symptom years down the road. That's just kind of not how this works. If there was something bad going to happen, it would happen shortly after getting it. I experienced nothing more than mild soreness in the muscle it was injected into, which only lasted for about a day.

  • Did I learn anything new? Yes. Was it about the vaccine? No. Do I wanna now be a Guinea pig? Yes.

  • When will Tucker stop auditioning for 60 Minutes.

  • Fu.... Propaganda

  • Be fearful, be obedient…take the vaccine 😈👌

    • @kappasigma1284 ⬅️ Be this dork 🤣👌

    • Be incredibly gullible, be the dumbest group of humans on the planet, be antivaxxers!

    • 🤣👌

    • @seigeengine You're my little sweet puppy dog ❤🐶💙

    • @Vlad Dracula Keep repeating those canned responses. I'll be muting you though.

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  • its great that HBO is helping get this important message out for the pharmaceutical companies

    • @RayRay Jnr Stability and predictability.

    • @pH7oslo What makes more money for the stock market collectively?

    • Not sure you thought that one through.. What makes more money for the pharmaceutical industry - people not getting sick, or people in need of medication?

  • I'm still waiting for his segment 'life is totally worth it'

    • It's not, but ceasing to live should be a personal choice.

  • mRNA vaccine in a nutshell xkcd.com/2425/

  • Dear government, never getting your vaccine

  • 10,000 offer I refused it's not NA I get harassed my antivax Gmail I'm going to be the only person in the world not vaccinated I used to like you I

  • I just got my second shot yesterday. Thank you for bringing more light to this issue, John.

  • 5:45 just read about this for my English class in “The Immortal life of Henrietta lacks”

  • 22:06 Wtf!? 🤣

  • Just Say Hell 2 the No, to the vaccine!!! This is a scamdemic, In a real pandemic, you wouldn’t have to beg and bribe people!!!

    • @Gary America Now that I'm vaccinated, probably. ;)

    • "It's fake, and you can trust me because if it wasn't fake would I be telling you it's fake? Nu-uh!" lol, really?

    • Lol sure we would, there will always be stupid people in the world. You are the perfect example of that fact

  • 22:00

  • 14:50-14:58 You can John, you're clearly just not trying hard enough, but I believe in you, you can do it

  • wow this video hasnt aged well. say goodbye to your career

  • You’re such a dupe for the Pharma industry. You should wake up!

    • good morning so i finally woke up from that fake world with vaccines oh ok why is everyone here dead?

    • Says the chick who slept through every science class she had to take

  • oliver either doesnt do his reaserch and just reads off cards, or he sold his soul to satan, maybe both.

    • None of the above. Everything said in his video is accurate.

  • stay in your egg. you got nothing. i cant believe people watch this garbage

  • The government should just force everyone to get the vax