A Project Veritas video showing health workers exposing the inadequacies of COVID-19 vaccines has been yanked off by Instagram and restricted by Twitter.
The video was shared by James O’Keefe, the Founder of Project Veritas, which regularly shares undercover audio and video encounters in academic, governmental, and social service organizations.
The video features a whistleblower, Jodi O’Malley, a Registered Nurse that works with the Phoenix Indian Medical Center under the Health & Human Services, Indian Health Service Department.
A secretly recorded tape featured in the video, which has surpassed one million views on YouTube in five hours, shows an ER doctor and colleague of O’Malley, Dr Maria Gonzalez saying that the “government doesn’t want to show that the darn vaccine is full of shit”.
O’Malley later clarified that the doctor reacted after a 30-plus lady developed congestive heart failure after taking the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19.
She said that the victim was a colleague who had initially declined to take the vaccine due to her religious beliefs but eventually took the vaccine.
According to her, health workers are not reporting adverse effects suffered by patients that accept COVID-19 vaccines despite CDC regulations requiring them to do so.
She said she’d personally seen dozens of people coming in with adverse reactions after taking the vaccine.
Another registered nurse, Deanna Paris can be heard backing O’Malley, saying that a lot of people that had been vaccinated in their hospital suffered adverse reactions.
Paris said nobody was writing the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) report “because it takes over half an hour to write the damn thing”.
O’Malley said that the hospital had not sent out any directive regarding reporting adverse reactions to the vaccine.
“It’s like they want people to die,” Paris, was secretly recorded as saying.
O’Malley said that if data was not being gathered about the adverse reactions, COVID-19 vaccines could not be said to be safe for use.