Professor Langham has picked up from where John Skerritt left off. These bureaucrats are a law unto themselves in the way they lie and deflect responsibility.
She tries to gaslight the risks of the vaccines by the disgusting remark that somehow the risks are somehow imagined.
Are the 140,000 reported injuries imagined. Are the extra 30,000 deaths last year imagined?
She then tries to bluff her way around the fact that the vaccine produces a T Cell response against otherwise healthy cells.
Risks from the vaccine are unequivocal. As per age 8 of the non-clinical report:
“BNT162b2 (V9) also induced cellular immune responses in mice and monkeys. The vaccine elicited a TH1-dominant T cell response after a single dose of 1 or 5 μg in mice and two doses (30 or 100 μg) in monkeys. In mice, BNT162b2 immunisation at ≥ 1 μg induced high levels of T1 responses as shown by IFNγ+ CD4 and CD8 splenocytes, increased cytokine release of T1 type cytokines (IFNγ, IL-2, TNFα) by splenocytes after S peptides-stimulation ex vivo, and very low levels of TH2 cytokines (IL-4, IL-5, IL-13) except for unexplained high levels of IL-4, IL-5, IL-13 in one out of 8 animals.
BNT162b2 immunisation also induced proinflammatory cytokines such as GM-CSF, TNF-α, IL-6 and IL-18, in addition to IFN-γ, in splenocytes. BNT162b2 increased CD8+, CD4+ and TFH cells (but not TH1) in draining lymph nodes. Similar to findings in mice, S-specific TH1-dominant IFNγ/IL2/TNFα+ T-cell responses were detected in all immunised monkeys with a dose-dependent increase in S- specific CD4+ T cell responses despite a TH2-biased response in one out of 6 monkeys. As in mice, the vaccine also induced a CD8+ T cell response in monkeys. The Sponsor indicated that clinical data has also demonstrated a strong TH1-dominant CD4+ T cell and IFNγ + CD8+ T cell response following two doses of 30 μg BNT162b2.”
As per the definition of T Cells:
“Effector CD8 T lymphocytes kill virus-infected cells and produce antiviral cytokines such as interferon gamma. In this way, CD8 T lymphocytes contribute to resisting primary and secondary viral infections. For example, CD8 T lymphocytes have been shown to be essential for the efficient control of several viral infections of mice and humans including influenza virus, poxviruses, coronavirus, and herpes viruses.”