On Tuesday, The Highwire reintroduced the world to the “Godfather of Vaccines,” Stanley Plotkin.

I took the opportunity to introduce him for the first time to many who have just begun to understand the insidious nature of childhood vaccination. The series of tweets published by “The Highwire” encapsulates key portions of a deposition Plotkin gave in 2018. Pre-COVID and pre-widespread “distrust” in the medical establishment, the deposition went largely under the radar. Still, given the change in consensus about these institutions and vaccines in general, it has now begun its rightful ascent to (forgive my pun) virality. Additionally, people are beginning to appreciate what a rock star attorney Aaron Siri is. Here are some of the most important points to take away from what this man testified to under oath.

1. Yes, they do use harvested organs from aborted babies in vaccines:

Sound crude? It is. The deposition goes into detail about how many unborn are used, when they are “viable” for experimentation, and how their organs are harvested and dissected for research. Organs such as the pituitary gland, the lung, skin, kidney, spleen, heart, and tongue are all extracted from aborted babies to use for vaccine experimentation, among other things. At one point in this line of questioning, Plotkin is asked how many fetuses he has worked with in his entire career. His answer? “Well, I don’t remember the exact number, but quite a few, when we were studying them originally, before we decided to use them to make vaccines.” Many people who abstain from vaccination often cite this as their reason for deciding not to inoculate. Plotkin even attempts to brush this aside, referencing a document allegedly released by the “Catholic Church.” To quote him directly, “…(The document) says that individuals who need the vaccines should receive the vaccines, regardless of the fact, and I think it implies that I am the individual who will go to hell because of the use of aborted tissues, which I am glad to do.” Enough said.

2. The Hepatitis B vaccine only underwent 5 days of safety testing

One of the arguments commonly used in support of all childhood vaccination (and, frankly, COVID “vaccination”) is that the vaccines are “safe and effective.” But are they really safe? Siri masterfully walks Plotkin through a series of adverse reactions that could never possibly present after just 5 days. Each time Siri names an adverse reaction and asks Plotkin whether 5 days is enough time to know if that condition would occur, Plotkin answers a resounding “no.” Autoimmune issues? No. Neurological disorder? No.

And what about control groups? If you guessed there weren’t any, you’d be correct. Plotkin is directly asked whether a control group was included in this safety testing, and he is forced to admit there wasn’t one. Siri then goes through a list of reported adverse reactions experienced after this vaccine, including myelitis, transverse myelitis, systemic lupus erythematosus, and others. Siri directly confronts Plotkin about causality. How can we know the vaccine didn’t cause these conditions if we never had a control group? Plotkin is forced to admit that there was never a random placebo-controlled study (the same kind the entire medical establishment said was MANDATORY to show the efficacy of ivermectin, mind you) done in order to ensure the safety of the Hepatitis vaccine before licensure. Conclusion? They really have no idea whether this vaccine is safe. They never bothered to check.

3. They have never compared an unvaccinated population against a vaccinated one

The line of questioning begins with Siri asking Plotkin if there has ever been a study that looks at the total health outcomes of children who have not been vaccinated according to the CDC schedule vs. children who have. Plotkin responds that there hasn’t because it is considered malpractice not to vaccinate a child. Siri handles this beautifully and says, “Well then, a prospective (from now onward, purposefully choosing not to vaccinate in order to study) wouldn’t be okay; what about a retrospective study (a study using data already available?)” Plotkin concedes it could be done but wouldn’t be randomized. Then, a beautiful thing happens. Siri methodically walks through all of the ways existing data could be used to compare unvaccinated and vaccinated cohorts—and Plotkin concedes each is viable.

This long segment meticulously weaves its way through any potential objection to taking already available data and is ripe for picking as a basis to compare these two cohorts and forces Plotkin to admit they are baseless.

The end of the clip is pure gold, as Siri documents and highlights a study that *did* attempt to do just this. He walks through the statistics in the study: vaccinated children are more likely to suffer from allergies, arthritis, ADHD, and, yes, autism, among many other conditions. He then asks Plotkin whether he would like to see a study to REFUTE the claims made in the example—Plotkin answers in the affirmative.

For different reasons, all seem to want to run a study to once and for all answer the question of whether vaccines are harmful to kids.


4. Plotkin admits they used handicapped and disadvantaged persons as test subjects for experimental vaccines

Yes, they have used the orphans and the mentally handicapped, even though Plotkin didn’t remember that he did, and attempted to deflect that by citing how common it once was. Plotkin even wrote that it “was better to perform experiments on those less likely to be able to contribute to society.” I shouldn’t have to write much more after this, but I will for completeness. Siri references a letter Plotkin wrote to the editor of “Ethics of Human Experimentation.” In the letter, he writes, “The question is whether we are to have experiments performed on fully functioning adults, than on children who are potentially contributors to society, or to perform initial studies in children and adults who are human in form, but not in social potential. It may be objected that this question implies a Nazi philosophy, but I do not think that it is difficult to distinguish non-functioning persons from members of ethnic, racial, economic or other groups.

He has also used babies of mothers in prison to test experimental vaccines, individuals under colonial rule in the Belgian Congo in an experiment involving almost 1 million people. One. Million.

Are these the actions of ethical scientists hoping to improve the human condition?

5. Plotkin cannot say whether vaccines cause autism and advocates for ignoring informed consent in favor of promoting childhood vaccination

Plotkin describes a study that showed a correlation between autism and vaccination while using a rare disease as a comparative. Throughout this heated segment, Plotkin states that as a scientist, he cannot definitively say that vaccines DO NOT cause autism, but as a physician, he would tell parents they didn’t cause autism. He would do this to ensure that parents vaccinated their children. It is a very telling exchange, in which he coincidentally uses Leprosy as an example—children don’t suffer Leprosy from vaccination, either, says Plotkin, to which Siri does a masterful job of comparing the rates of Leprosy in the population vs. the rates of autism.

In what can only be explained as a sick coincidence, Leprosy is on the rise as we sit here today, with many in the medical community equating the increase in cases of this very rare illness (among others) to the increased rates of individuals receiving the COVID vaccine.

To conclude, this deposition should be required viewing for any parent or caregiver making the decision on whether to vaccinate their child or keep their child vaccine free. Many do not know the history, lack of safety testing, or tumult behind what is now the most aggressive childhood vaccination schedule in history, and these short segments should cause at least a majority of them to do more research before subjecting their kids to dozens of potentially harmful shots.

Tracy Beanz

Tracy Beanz is an investigative journalist with a focus on corruption. She is known for her unbiased, in-depth coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic. She hosts the Dark to Light podcast, found on all major video and podcasting platforms. She is a bi-weekly guest on the Joe Pags Radio Show, has been on Steve Bannon’s WarRoom and is a frequent guest on Emerald Robinson’s show. Tracy is Editor-in-chief at UncoverDC.com.