Two Johnson & Johnson employees have admitted on hidden camera that children should not be forced to get injected with a COVID vaccine because of the potential of long-term side effects.
In Part 3 of Project Veritas’ COVID vaccine investigative series, a J&J scientist also voiced support for making unvaccinated Americans feel like second class citizens to coerce them into getting the jab, while at the same time recommending against getting the J&J COVID vaccine. “Don’t get the Johnson & Johnson,” Justin Durrant told a Project Veritas undercover journalist. “I didn’t tell you though,” he added.
Brandon Schadt, J&J’s Regional Business Lead, told the undercover journalist, “J&J is like stepping in the best smelling pile of sh-t you could step in.”
Interestingly, Schadt advised the undercover journalist to not to trust the media.
“I shouldn’t trust the media?” the Veritas reporter asked.
“No, why should we?” Schadt replied. “Why the hell should we? Hell no, no chance.”
He added, “In no capacity should we trust anything that the media says.”
Schadt argued passionately against children getting any of the vaccines.
“It’s a kid, it’s a f-cking kid, you know? They shouldn’t have to get a f-cking [COVID] vaccine, you know?” he exclaimed. “It’s just a kid who’s not developed yet,” he continued, pointing out that the very young tend to rebound easily from the virus, so it’s not necessary to inoculate them.
The Biden administration has been pushing the vaccines on children ages 12 and up. Meanwhile, Pfizer-BioNTech is hoping to get FDA approval on a vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 in th near future.
Schadt said the push for children to get vaccines is “terrible” because “you don’t put kids through certain things you put adults through.”
The J&J employee also expressed concern about about long term side effects in vaccinated children.
“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, you know?” he told the undercover journalist.
Durrant, the J&J scientist seemed to agree. “You really don’t need to vaccinate a baby,” he said. “It wouldn’t make that much of a difference,” he said.
Durrant laughed about how vaccine mandates are making life difficult for Americans who are resisting the jab.
“Inconvenience [the unvaccinated] to the point where it’s like, ‘I might as well just f-cking do it,’ you know what I’m saying? Like ‘I can’t go out of state,’ I can’t – ‘my grandma’s in Canada and I can’t visit her,’ you know what I’m saying?” Durrant said. “You can’t go to France unless you’re vaccinated — you know you’ve just got to keep doing things like that where you’re almost like a second-grade [class] citizen if you’re not vaccinated, but I know that’s awful.”
“You’re almost what?” the Veritas journalist asked.
“Like a second-grade citizen, like you can’t do anything that a normal citizen can do,” he replied.
“A second grade citizen?” the reporter asked, confused.
“Yeah like top grade, like the ones that get it, and the ones that just like — then you can’t do sh-t,” he explained.
When asked how unvaccinated Americans should be punished, Durrant responded, “I mean if you can’t work, I feel like that’s punishment enough.”
He added, “Only way people really act and comply is if it affects their pockets, like if you’re working for a big company and you’re going to lose your job, best believe you’ll be the first one in line [to take the COVID vaccine].”
The Veritas Journalist pretended to support the Government/Big Pharma agenda. “That’s so true. That’s smart, that’s what we need to do.”
“That’s what we’re doing,” Durrant replied. When the Veritas journalist asked which vaccine her friend should get, Durrant cautioned against taking his own company’s vaccine.
“Don’t get the Johnson & Johnson, I didn’t tell you though,” he said. Durrant went on to advise the friend to get vaccinated “just out of her civic duty.”
Durrant admitted that when his company told employees they had to get the J&J vaccine, he was not eager to comply himself.
“I was like, ‘no, I’m good,'” he said.
When asked whether he was vaccinated himself, he said that he took the Moderna vaccine.
Schadt speculated that people were hesitant to get the J&J inoculation because of the company’s lack of transparency, in addition to the blood clots.
The Johnson & Johnson vaccine has been linked to an increased chance of a rare type of blood clot, and was halted for that reason for about ten days back in April. Since then, it has been nicknamed “the clot shot.”