Nobody could escape the pain, anger, and feeling of betrayal in John Watt’s eyes and voice as he testified at the recent COVID-19 town hall with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on February 12 in County Durham, England. Watt, like other audience members, ended up harmed by the COVID-19 vaccines.

Watt, of Glasgow, Scotland, now has Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS), because of the Pfizer COVID-19 booster. A blood circulation disorder, POTS is characterized by a group of symptoms that usually occur upon standing upright. The disorder causes an increase in one’s heart rate when going from a horizontal position to a vertical one of at least 30 beats a minute within the first 10 minutes of standing.

In the 2022 film Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion, Watt describes how, before his vaccine injury, he regularly worked out at the gym. After the injury, which caused Watt to remain in bed for a year and rely on a cane when walking short distances, he started trying different alternative treatments to improve his medical situation.

“I want you to look into my eyes, Rishi Sunak, and I want you to look at the pain, the trauma, and the regret I have in my eyes. We have been left with no help at all,” cried a passionate Watt at the recent town hall. 

He continued to discuss how individuals in Britain who have been injured by the vaccine, including those who have suffered limb amputations due to blood clots, have been “left to rot” by the same authorities who told them to “do the right thing” and get vaccinated.

In referring to the compensation system set up by Britain’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), Watt said that, according to the MHRA’s Yellow Card system (similar to the CDC’s VAERS system), there are over 30,000 people in Scotland who have had an adverse reaction to that vaccine. “The vaccine-damage payment scheme is not fit for purpose,” he angrily blurted out. Because of this lack of support from the government, Watt set up his own support group, the Scottish Vaccine Injury Group.

Prime Minister Sunak, in a rather flustered answer, first pointed out the government compensation scheme for the vaccine injured. Then, as if to throw up his hands in a pathetic “don’t blame me” statement, he said, “The last thing I’d say is: We went through a pandemic like everyone else, at the points when it came to the vaccine. Those decisions were always taken on the basis of medical advice from our medical experts to tell us, as politicians, who are obviously not doctors, about how best to roll out the vaccine, what was in the public health interest, the priority order, how that should be done, who should be eligible. That was something that the doctors recommended, and that’s something that we followed.”

Though Sunak appears to be taking a less-than-satisfactory stance, others in government have spoken up. Certain members of parliament have spoken openly about the recent alarming number of deaths in Britain, such as Sir Christopher Chope and Andrew Bridgen, who has actually been suspended from his party after comparing the side effects of the COVID-19 shots to the Holocaust. Many medical professionals, including respected cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra, have also spoken against the vaccines.

In all fairness to Sunak, he didn’t start the vaccine push in the UK; he has merely inherited the mantle. Former Prime Minister Boris Johnson originally pushed the COVID “jab” when it debuted in the UK in December 2020, making it the first country to roll out the vaccine. 90-year-old Margaret Keenan received the first Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 shot.

But Sunak has also inherited the responsibility. In response to the many British citizens who have protested Britain’s pushy stance on everything from the “jab” to electric cars, Prime Minister Sunak recently put out a video on X, assuring his constituents that they will not be forced to do anything for which they are not ready and that the government will stay out of their lives.

This may or may not be so, but it shows that the voice of the people is finally being heard, and Sunak understands that.

Brenda Goldstein

Brenda Goldstein is a published journalist of over 20 years. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and children.

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