In Part 3 of its COVID vaccine investigative series, Project Veritas exposes the true sentiments of two Johnson & Johnson officials: Brandon Schadt, a Johnson & Johnson regional business lead, and Justin Durrant, a Johnson & Johnson scientist.
Speaking to an undercover Project Veritas reporter over a meal, Schadt admits he does not agree with the push to vaccinate children. “Kids shouldn’t get a f*cking [COVID] vaccine,” he says. “It’s terrible … It’s a kid, you just don’t do that, you know? Not something that’s so unknown in terms of repercussions down the road.”
When asked if we really have no idea what the long-term repercussions are, he replies, “I mean, how could you? Right? There’s nobody who’s 30 years in who said, ‘Hey, I had the vaccine and I don’t have a third eyeball.” When asked if we can trust the media when it comes to reporting on the COVID shots, Schadt states, “In no capacity should we ever trust anything that they say.”
Durrant also doesn’t think babies and young children need the jab, saying “It wouldn’t make that much of a difference” if children are unvaccinated for COVID. That said, he does seem to be onboard with the corporate policy to push the injection on adults, regardless of need or personal beliefs.
He admits that what they’re doing is making life so inconvenient for the unvaccinated that they just give up and get it. Despite that, Durrant tells the undercover reporter: “Don’t get the Johnson & Johnson [COVID vaccine]. I didn’t tell you [that] though.”
FDA Warnings Issued for Janssen, Pfizer and Moderna
In late April 2021, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration added a warning label to the Janssen COVID shot about the risk for potentially serious blood clotting in the brain and other sites, including the abdomen and legs, in combination with thrombocytopenia (low platelet count), particularly among women.3,4 In mid-July, Guillain-Barre syndrome and altered immunocompetence were added to the list of warnings.5,6
In June 2021, Pfizer and Moderna both got warning labels added to their COVID shots as the FDA concluded there’s a “likely association” between the mRNA injections and heart inflammation in adolescents and young adults.7
June 24, 2021, Fierce Pharma reported that “heart inflammation has occurred at a rate of 12.6 per million among those aged 12 to 39, according to the CDC’s Vaccine Safety Datalink.”8
Text from Mercola.