On Monday, June 28, 2021, U.S. Senator Ron Johnson, along with former Green Bay Packers player, Ken Ruettgers, hosted a press conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with individuals claiming to be harmed by COVID injections. The press conference is getting some play from independent researchers, and on alternative media platforms (see here, here, and here), but seemingly receiving some backlash in the mainstream media, and from local media in Wisconsin.
I am interested if POM readers have viewed this press conference. If not, I suggest watching the conference in its entirety (it begins shortly after the 9-minute time stamp), or reviewing excerpts transcribed in the links above.
For more detailed information (including professionally produced interviews) on the group of individuals who testified at the June 28 press conference, please review their web site called C19 Vax Reactions, ostensibly created by Ken Ruettgers. You can also see a more personalized story about one of the individuals (Maddie de Garay), as expressed by her father (Patrick de Garay) on his Facebook profile here.
What are your thoughts? I hope discerning problem solvers at POM will chime in. This is a very open-ended question; however, here are several aspects to consider:
Given that Ron Johnson is a Senator of Wisconsin, why are all the claimants from other states? Why not include any individuals from Wisconsin who are purportedly harmed?
Is it significant that Senator Johnson served as Chairman of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee from 2015-2021, and is now the “ranking member for the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations?”
Why do the individuals and families represented at the conference appear to be reading directly from prepared statements? Were they written by or for them?
Why does every single one of them (including the hosts) emphasize (repeatedly) they are “pro-science” and “pro-vaccine?”
Do you think the narratives presented at the press conference will help to influence the COVID “vaccine” campaign? If so, in which direction?
Could there possibly be any hidden agendas to the June 28 presentation that may not be beneficial to halting the fast and furious injection rollout?
In light of my ongoing research and recent analysis of graphene (and carbon-based nanomaterials), as it relates to COVID (see my posts and the respective comments sections here and here), is it curious that the mother (Stephanie de Garay) of the purportedly harmed child from Ohio (Maddie de Garay) spent many years as an electrical engineer employed by Milwaukee-based Rockwell Automation (see here and here)? For added context, Rockwell Automation contributes heavily to digital transformation in the pharmaceutical and biotech spheres, and is a key player in the field of nanoscale graphene-based water sensors and nanoscale wireless photoelectric sensors. Notably, Milwaukee, WI is a central hub for collaborative innovation and technology involving graphene-based nanomaterials. This subtle irony is not lost on me.
At this point, I have more questions than answers. Thus, I am asking for assistance and feedback from fellow critical thinkers . . . I took the first stab at a quick analysis. Who wants to be next? Anyone? . . . Bueller?