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      Professor Jeremy Brown is a drug pushing liar. Appearing on the news last night Professor Jeremy Brown who is a part of joint committee on vaccines and immunisation starts talking about how he thinks social distancing and restrictions should continue even after June 21st the date when they are set to end. His reasoning are not based upon any science but his own corruption. He is a drug pusher for vaccine companies. He wants to keep the covid pandemic plates spinning so to speak to help maximise the profits being made by big drug companies from the pandemic and will say anything to do so. In the past he has even talked about he it is OKAY for people to die from taking the vaccine. He has also advocated that young people should stay in lockdown until vaccinated and regularly talks about how we need NEW vaccines to combat new variants. He doesn’t care about saving lives only profit for the drug companies that pay him.

      At a time when so many people are suffering with their mental health because of lockdown and suicide deaths are higher than covid deaths what Professor Jeremy Brown is doing by deliberately trying to rip peoples hope away like this is abhorrent. People should/need to ignore what this bastard is saying because it only purpose is to cause more misery, death and profit for the big pharma.

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