Governor Ned Lamont was questioned about his stance on experimental covid vaccines after he finished an unrelated press conference today, May 22, 2023, in Old Greenwich, Connecticut.
Specifically, Lamont was asked whether he still believed in the safety and effectiveness of covid vaccines, especially since the truth about the long list of potentially devastating side effects — including death — have been well-documented in Pfizer's own post-marketing document (dated 4/30/2021), and a growing number of deaths and injuries have been directly attributed to covid vaccines by doctors. Plus, there are the 74 deaths and 11,734 people just in Connecticut who have allegedly been injured by covid vaccines according to the CDC's Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).
Lamont paused for a moment to take in the unanticipated question, and then said, “I think it was a good decision getting as many people vaccinated as we did.”
When asked if he would be taking any steps to help those people who have already been injured by covid vaccines and who often struggle to obtain the help they need, he appeared flustered.
Then he dodged the question, saying, "I don't know about that. I mean. Look at how we did compared to Florida. We we were in much better shape."
After being reminded of the VAERS statistics for Connecticut, he was pressed once again, “do you still think it’s okay to push covid vaccines TODAY after what we know?”
Lamont said “I’ve tried to answer the question a couple of times, thank you. Yeah, we’re done."
He quickly turned away to speak to a fellow Democrat who cautioned Lamont not to speak to that particular concerned citizen any further.