Andrew Bridgen Suspended as MP for Exposing Vaccine Cover-Up
MP becomes target of nefarious elements deep within Government.
Some said it was only a matter of time before MP Andrew Bridgen became the target of Pharmaceutical companies following his damning speech in parliament implicating them in a cover-up of vaccine safety data in December.
Now, MP Andrew Bridgen has had the Whip removed, suspended from the party for his comments. A witch hunt has begun. The suspension is only the first step. A formal investigation is to follow, the outcome of which is a forgone conclusion judging by the language being used by officials.
The government aren't investigating his claims, far from it, they've accused him of being a 'conspiracy theorist' and state that he has caused “great offence” with remarks saying the Covid vaccines are “causing serious harms” and the vaccination campaign was “the biggest crime against humanity since the holocaust”.
Tory Chief Whip Simon Hart, appearing to read from a script, told Sky News:
"Andrew Bridgen has crossed a line, causing great offence in the process. As a nation we should be very proud of what has been achieved through the vaccine programme. The vaccine is the best defence against Covid that we have. Misinformation about the vaccine causes harm and costs lives. I am therefore removing the whip from Andrew Bridgen with immediate effect, pending a formal investigation."
His ‘offensive’ comment came in a tweet (now deleted) on Wednesday morning linking to a write-up by Israeli academic Dr. Josh Guetzkow of the recently released CDC adverse event analysis, where Bridgen approvingly quotes an unnamed “consultant cardiologist” who he said had told him: “This is the biggest crime against humanity since the holocaust.”
Mr. Bridgen, who has a science background, has become Parliament’s most vocal critic of the Covid vaccines. He thus made himself a big target for the pro-vaccine zealots who will have been looking for an excuse to punish and cancel him, and who have predictably leapt on the first ‘offensive’ thing they could find.
Dr. Guetzkow, the academic whose article Mr. Bridgen linked to in the tweet and who is Jewish and lives in Israel, defended Mr. Bridgen from allegations of anti-Semitism. He told the Daily Sceptic that “there is nothing at all anti-Semitic about his statement” and that “the hollow accusations against him only distract from genuine examples of anti-Semitism”. He said:
"As a Jew living in Israel, I’m surprised by the accusations against Bridgen, because there is nothing at all anti-Semitic about his statement. This is a tempest in a teapot. The hollow accusations against him only distract from genuine examples of anti-Semitism and ultimately hinder attempts to draw attention to them, much like the boy who cried wolf."
The suspension is, allegedly, for using the Holocaust reference. A perfect way of distracting attention from what he said is argue about the way he said it. The debate has now shifted away from pharmaceutical companies covering-up safety data and potentially killing people with their products to whether Andrew Bridgen is anti semitic or not. He will then be effectively silenced whilst he goes through months of internal 'investigations'.
Expect him to disappear from public view, along with the evidence he collected in three, two, one...