ERIC Clapton has told how he was harmed by the Covid vaccine and how his questioning of the pandemic narrative plunged him into personal and professional turmoil.
In an interview with Oracle Films, filmed last June but which unaccountably has only just crossed my path now, the legendary rock guitarist known as Slowhand says he was instinctively worried from the start about being inoculated. Then adverse reactions to the first and second jabs made him ill and left him with peripheral neuropathy – nerve damage that causes pain, numbness and pins and needles – in his hands.
When he started to speak out publicly about his vaccine fears, he says he found work offers and showbusiness contacts drying up and was dismayed to see how other stars had bought into the Covid propaganda.
Most of all now, he says he is worried for his children, who do not appreciate the possible harm from the jabs – what will be the long-term effects on them?
These were his opinions and concerns six months ago but seem as relevant today as then. You can see the full interview here: