Calvin Harris Drops Vaccine Truth Bombs To Millions Of Twitter Followers

Calvin Harris dropped a series of truth bombs about vaccines on Twitter, defying Big Pharma by sharing real information about health.

Superstar DJ Calvin Harris dropped a series of truth bombs on Twitter this week, defying Big Pharma by sharing real information about health and vaccine safety with his millions of followers. 

Calvin Harris took to Twitter to criticize British Prime Minister Theresa May for walking out to his song This Is What You Came For at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester, England. But in the end, he only ended up getting attention for feuding with a couple of doctors after he tweeted-then-deleted some health advice for “grey faced” Theresa May.

The Scottish 33-year-old DJ wrote:

Of course, Calvin Harris was quickly attacked by trolls determined to shoot down his health advice.

Dispensing holistic health advice on social media is a minefield, as many well-intentioned people can attest.

But the experience did not dissuade Calvin Harris, who has over 12 million Twitter followers, from continuing his crusade to educate the masses.

On Thursday, Calvin argued with another doctor over the toxicity of vaccines, even providing receipts and government reports to prove his argument. See the entire exchange (below)

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Of course, the sight of a DJ handing out common-sense health advice to millions of followers was enough to send the GP into a frenzy, and she unleashed a series of personal, patronizing insults in his direction. How dare he suggest to his millions of followers that they should research the ingredients in vaccines themselves, rather than rely on the government to tell them what is good for them! And how dare he suggest the body should be cleansed with healthy food!

These “conspiracy theories” are the type of dangerous thinking that could reduce Big Pharma’s profits!

In this case, I’ll take the DJ’s word over the GP’s biased statements. Why? Because I had personal observations and experience starting 40 years ago, and then started researching 35 years ago. And guess what? There are many doctors opposed to vaccinations, but there is a huge financial and political agenda which either plows them under or keeps them silent, or hides their words from the public.

It is in everybody’s interest to dig a little deeper. There are mountains and mountains of money-generated manure to clear away before you will find the truth on this subject. Vaccines are incredibly profitable to Big Pharma and the CDC.

Start by with looking up Del BigTree, the producer of “The Doctors,” who left the program (you simply cannot be opposed to the industry’s agenda on TV) to produce “VaXxed,” followed by Dr. Rachael Ross, who also departed the show to follow the truth.

The truth is out there, but you must actively search for it.

Baxter Dmitry

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  • Davealston

    It’s funny how a successful and famous people speak out against the elite and there scams to poison the people and are told they are uneducated. Guess the time of free thinking and right to free speach is over. Sad world we live in and keep up the pressure on these ass clown Calvin, your a leader in this world and people will listen to you.

  • Texshan

    Typical anti-vaxxer — takes a DJ’s health advice over that of qualified doctors. You people are truly the dumbest lot on the planet. Morons.

    • goodone

      typical pro vaxxer takes the side of the money hungry doctors who have alot to lose if people wake up to the dangers of vaccines

      • Mollie Norris

        Yep – not the well-informed parent of a child with autism.

        • Punditator

          So when did your autistic kid get the vaccine that case him/her autism? What was it in the vaccine that gave him/her autism? What was the process you used to prove this?

          • Mollie Norris

            The fact that vaccines cause autism isn’t a private interest issue. Parents of children with autism are more likely to have done due diligence on the issue, and have far more knowledge than the general public.

          • Punditator

            And Gabby Giffords is an expert on guns because she got shot in the head.

          • Mollie Norris

            Illogical analogy – sad trolling.

          • Punditator

            Perfectly sound analogy. By your reasoning John McCain is a cancer expert. Completely ridiculous.

          • Mollie Norris

            You’re conflating knowledge of firearms with knowledge of people who shoot others in the head with them. Sorry you missed the point. If Giffords had been shot in the head, why would she have had any interest in the type of weapon used? Giffords’ shooting was fortunately just another psyop, though.

          • Punditator

            You’re a retard.

          • Neil Hallett

            This “Punditator” character is a well-known Big Pharma shill. You’re wasting your time arguing with a soul-less mercenary who endorses the poisoning of children. It’s their job.

    • Michael McLaughlin

      Texshan I do understand where you’re coming from and how it looks. But people don’t realize: doctors are not research scientists. Most of them really do not know much about vaccines except what everyone is told. I dare you to go to your average doctor, ask them what the vaccine inserts say. 95% of them will not know. That to me, is a problem. That’s why people get second opinions – no one fallible. I don’t think it’s very hard to find out information ourselves, by looking on the CDC site, and in medical journals, and what I’ve found worries me.

    • RemoveTheVeil

      Whatever. Enjoy your toxin filled life of stupidity and ignorance!!!

    • Helena Smirnis

      Have you done any in depth research? l would say NOT because what l keep finding over and over is that everyone that believes in Vaccines have done no research just like the Doctors who learn nothing about Vaccines at all in Medical School and those that do not believe in Vaccines, like myself have done the research. Have you done the research?

      • Punditator

        You are here, so I am going with you don’t know what research is.

      • Neil Hallett

        This “Punditator” character is a well-known Big Pharma shill. You’re wasting your time arguing with a soul-less mercenary who endorses the poisoning of children. It’s their job. Best ignored.

    • Helen Occardi

      i take it you have done the research on this before you resulted to name calling

  • Eric Gruarin

    This Mister deserves to be support and encourage by EVERYONE ! as much as possible.

    • mark

      wonder if there will be a payback?

  • MissBunny

    I’m old enough to remember Polio, TB, smallpox, whooping cough etc. You really do not want to know these diseases which were wiped out by vaccinations. I have a flu shot every year but I order one
    preservative and mercury free.

    • Allen Barber

      ‘Polio’ was CAUSED by the vaccinations and DDT then renamed so that it appeared to disappear. You have polio bacteria all over you every day. If your stomach and immune system is not totally destroyed you will not get infected. Unless you react to the toxins in your flu shot and get hospitalised by ‘complications’ then get a staph infection from a ‘super’ bug. Bloody Western Medicine hocus pocus pretending to understand health when they study sickness !!!!

    • Mollie Norris

      Do the research;don’t just repeat the disinfo. The major success of the polio vaccine was the CDC’s subtraction of acute flaccid myelitis cases from the statistics on cases of polio. This made the number of cases of polio go WAY down while having no effect on disease. Vaccinated kids spread polio, as in every other disease managed by a vaccine. I had three cousins with polio, one of them in an iron lung a lot of the time over the years, until she died at age 17. Now that here brother and sister are in their sixties, they’re experiencing a recurrence of autoimmune symptoms as their immune systems decline.

  • Luke Skyward

    Mercury is used as a preservative in vaccines and is highly toxic to the human body. It could easily be filtered out before injection but the science seems to want to poison the vaccine recipients so they get sick. Of course that means more patients for doctorors to dish out more pharmatoxosis. Aluminium also an injected toxin (adjuvant) can enhance the toxicity of mercury significantly as they are highly reactive together. Just google for “mercury aluminium reaction” and watch on youtube.

    • Punditator

      Eh, no. Mercury hasn’t ever been used in single does vaccines that most in the west get and herein lies the problem. The thing interweb geniuses say causes things like autism has never been in vaccines. In 2005ish, they removed it from all vaccines for kids. Guess what? Autism rates went up.

      • Heidi Arns

        Um no. Mercury/Thimerosal is in the flu shot which is, yes, given to kids and pregnant women ( not tested for safety might I add). Autism rates correlate with increased number of vaccines, introduction of glyphosate, and age at which a child receives MMR. Is one to blame, all or a combination? No research has been done. So the science hasn’t spoken to prove either right or wrong, but that doesn’t mean that clinical data shouldn’t be taken seriously. More kids are becoming neurologically damage with increased vaccination, these parents were all pro-vaccines before they saw their child become injure. Our own government has rewarded billions to vaccine injured children/adults. Just this year the vaccine compensation program rewarded a family for their child with autism. So if our own government admits to it why won’t you?

        • Punditator

          Nope.

          • Seek

            You sir are full of it, u work for pharmas so shut up and leave this forum.

            Evil nut go away and go back in your hole, baabyyeee

          • Punditator

            Well, that is one way to deal with the facts being shoved down your throat.

          • RemoveTheVeil

            You haven’t shown any facts other than you are a troll. You can believe whatever you want, but don’t peddle your disinfo here. We are not interested.

          • Punditator

            Troll doesn’t mean that someone dared to disagree with you on the interwebs. I posted facts. You might not like them, but they are still facts. Interested or not, the facts are the facts.

          • RemoveTheVeil

            You have presented zero facts. IDGAF what you say, I choose what I believe based on my own research, not anyone who has a bought and paid opinion or biased agenda. In the real world you can find numerous victims of vaccine injury. In my small town alone I know of 3 personally unfortunately. Don’t reply because i am not interested in your horse crap.

          • Punditator

            So, you have taken a MMR vaccine and tested it for Thimerosal? Tell me about your known cases and how you know? Did you diagnose them yourself? Where did you get your degree?

          • Seek

            This guy is an utter bafoon we are not answering u anymore, goodday bafoon

          • RemoveTheVeil

            Why would you care what I say? None of the answers to these questions will satisfy you so why ask them? An appeal to authority is a logical fallacy anyway. If you want to inject yourself with that crap, then by all means go ahead. But don’t sit around here and try to force others to do the same. If you choose to remain willfully ignorant, that is a choice you are free to make. Just STFU already.

          • Punditator

            Like I thought.

          • Seek

            U are an utter and totall scam. “Science facts” really hahahaha made up by farmas to make big money. Some vaccines we need just a few, dont sell me crap facts u dont even mention because there arent any facts to back your story up.

            Go sleep and whine in a corner u moronn or better go get yourself some vaccines might kill u even faster, oh no u know that already u fkn lying s o a b.

            Go repent for your disinfo. Sleep tight

          • Punditator

            Well, the CDC says the MMR vaccine never had Thimerosal. Feel free to prove that it did. Now, I know, that Billy’s mom said that it did, but that is not actually proof.

          • Seek

            What are you talking about dude.

            I worked for Médecins sans frontières for several years in afghanistan and i know what vaccines actually work and which are an utter scam.

            U seem to have 0 knowledge on this case and are copy pasting info from pharma website.

            Dare to challenge me. U are selling horsecrap and u know it.

          • Punditator

            I see that you didn’t bother to address the actual facts, but chose to move on to Assghanistan, which has nothing to do with this.

          • Seek

            the same vaccines used by the UN, sells everywhere u utter bafoon.

            U are a shill and an disinformed monkey. Bedtime kiddo

          • Punditator

            I see you are never going to actually make a responsive post.

          • Seek

            Research yourself u bafoon, i will absolutely not help u and will not provide u with any info since u are spamming horsecrap here, last comment i make to bafoon, goodday

          • Heidi Arns

            Um, yeah, mercury/thimerosal isn’t in the MMR. If you read what I said, that wasn’t my claim. Nor that thimerosal causes autism. So not wrong. I merely said the science isn’t done and therefore isn’t settled. And if you bothered to read a flu vaccine insert, provided by the manufacturer, it even says it hasn’t been tested on pregnant women for safety.

          • Punditator

            Since science is never “settled”, I would have to agree. And, if I were a pregnant woman, I wouldn’t take a vaccine or anything else that I didn’t have to take.

        • Punditator

          BTW, a ton of research has been done.

        • Neil Hallett

          This “Punditator” character is a well-known Big Pharma shill. You’re wasting your time arguing with “it”. It’s their job. Best ignored.

      • Luke Skyward

        “Astoundingly, the total level of mercury exposure, if a child receives all the possible CDC-recommended vaccinations that are still Thimerosal preserved, from 6 months to 18 years of age, has actually increased. Significantly, if you put the amount of mercury added to the immunization schedule as a result of the CDC-recommended seasonal and (in 2009) H1N1 flu shots** on one side of a scale, and the amount of mercury that was subtracted from that schedule by reformulating early childhood vaccines without Thimerosal on the other side, the total amount of mercury added far outweighs the amount of mercury subtracted. In addition, today most tetanus shots and the multi-dose Sanofi Menomune® vaccine that are approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) still contain 25-micrograms-a-dose mercury.” Trace Amounts

        • Punditator

          It simply isn’t true. The whole Thimerosal thing has been BS from the start and may have even provided cover for an actual problem, but morons need easy and parroting the Thimerosal nuts is really easy.

          • Luke Skyward

            Mercury Poisoning causes the very same neurological outcome as presented by Autism.
            The brain pathology in autism spectrum disorders (ASD) indicates marked and ongoing inflammatory reactivity with concomitant neuronal damage. These findings are suggestive of neuronal insult as a result of external factors, rather than some type of developmental mishap. Various xenobiotics have been suggested as possible causes of this pathology. In a recent review, the top ten environmental compounds suspected of causing autism and learning disabilities were listed and they included: methyl-mercury. Looking at 91 studies that examine the potential relationship between mercury and ASD from 1999 to February 2016. Of these studies, the vast majority (74%) suggest that mercury is a risk factor for ASD, revealing both direct and indirect effects. The preponderance of the evidence indicates that mercury exposure is causal and/or contributory in ASD.

          • Punditator

            Candy corn might cause the same symptoms as well, but since it isn’t in vaccines, it doesn’t matter. The most likely cause of Autism is older people with failing genes making the selfish decision to have children, but at this point the spectrum is so wide, any kid can get diagnosed with it.

          • Luke Skyward

            Brain damaged dysfunctional children are a result of neurologically damaging mercury vaccines. The Autism diagnoses was widened to mask the real cause of brain damage due to vaccines. Nature takes care of people too old to bare children by providing menopause and impotence. Oh yeah and lets not forget about the lowering of testosterone by mercury poisoning which reduces the desire to procreate by both male and female.

          • Punditator

            The problem is that the source of you supposed mercury poisoning doesn’t exist. Why can’t you vax nutters get that through your thick heads? Mercury may well be the cause, but the source of the mercury cannot be what you claim, but you don’t try to actually find the truth (and you have ignored it so far) you just double down on stupid.

          • Luke Skyward

            I am not a vax nutter but clearly you are. I am against all vaccines. The science is corrupt and has no validity. The source of the mercury as I have previously stated is in the vaccines. I don’t need to find the truth because I know the truth. Vaccines cause Autism and that is why Pharmaceutical companies have indemnity from prosecution and cannot be sued after the mercury has gone to work brain damaging innocent children.

          • Punditator

            The facts do not back up your version. Period. You and The other nutters have to make things up, so you have nothing.

          • Luke Skyward

            You are obviously a paid troll and part of the massive marketing budget of the pharma complex that should be spent on finding “real” cures. Do you really think you can keep pushing toxic vaccines on people and prevent them from finding out the callous nature of the house of cards control system? You are a busted flush and you need to get a real job.

          • Punditator

            I’m going to take The win since all you have to back up your argument are insults and bad information.

          • Neil Hallett

            This “Punditator” character is a well-known Big Pharma shill. You’re wasting your time arguing with “it”. It’s their job. Best ignored.

  • joeQ

    He probably doesn’t eat any salt, what with all the chlorine in there.

    • Allen Barber

      and sodium. try injecting some salt into your blood and see what happens ?

  • Fingal Carson

    Only idiots think they need needles to survive. Some like government needles full of poisons, others like street needles full of drugs.

  • Punditator

    Hey, if Dr. Harris says it..
    Nah, I’m chitting ya, this guy is a moron.