“I certainly, when I was in [the pharmaceutical] industry, I was pro-vaccine. I would say I now abstain at best. And I’m ashamed that I was pro-vaccine because I didn’t do my homework,” confessed Yeadon.
“I worked in the field of small molecules, pharmaceuticals,” he continued.
“I was never in the field of biologicals, where the therapeutics that are vaccines were made. I never looked at the data. I never thought hard about it. I just accepted what I’ve been taught at school and in university. And once you start looking, you realize it’s extraordinarily questionable what’s gone on for decades.”
Yeadon’s tale, I’m sure, is a typical story of intellectual negligence, where 99% of individuals believe what they are told. They don’t do their own research. Instead, they trust the work that’s been laid out before them without taking a metaphorical look under the microscope to discover things for themself.