Eric Clapton’s Vaxx Experience
Eric Clapton, one of the most influential musicians of his time, is also now one of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s heroes.
On CHD.TV’s “The Defender Show,” Kennedy and Clapton discussed the musician’s severe adverse reaction to the second dose of AstraZeneca’s COVID vaccine. The injury left Clapton permanently disabled, he said.
Clapton told Kennedy how he came upon “the rabbit hole” of vaccine information, and described what happened when he went public with his vaccine injury. He also shared why being sober helped him cope with the entire ordeal.
When Kennedy asked, “How did you walk into this buzz saw?” Clapton replied:
“Over the past year, there’s been a lot of disappearing, you know — little dust around with people moving away quite quickly. And it has, for me, refined the kind of friendships I have. And it’s dwindled down to the people that I obviously really need and love.
“And inside my family that became quite pivotal … I’ve got teenage girls and an older girl who’s in her thirties, and they’ve all had to kind of give me leeway because I haven’t been able to convince any of them. I think my wife is now seeing it the same way as me, but most of them, they’ve always thought I’m a crackpot anyway, because I do things that are extremely unusual on any kind of level.”
“This has gotta stop,
Enough is enough
I can’t take this BS any longer.
“It’s gone far enough
If you wanna claim my soul
You’ll have to come and break down this door.”
After the media backlash, which included an article in Rolling Stone and numerous TV news reports, Clapton, who doesn’t watch television, said he “didn’t even know who these people were” and why the mainstream media was “picking on” him.
Kennedy said it’s encouraging to see hip-hop artists and other musicians come out against medical tyranny.
Clapton said, “Rock and roll got watered down a long time ago.” He said it used to be about being a rebel. “And now it’s much more to do with conformity,” he said.
Clapton said he feels a kinship with Americans and others who support medical freedom. He described some worthwhile musical partnerships on protesting government overreach, including “Stand and Deliver,” a collaboration with Van Morrison who is also being criticized for bucking the mainstream pandemic narrative.
Clapton said, “I’ve found people a bit like me, but it’s been difficult in the last couple of years, especially with, you know, mainstream media turning.”
On speaking to the media and causing a stir, Cla
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