Last Updated on May 5, 2023
A pro-bioweapon reporter with the government-funded British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) refused to disclose his own COVID jab status during an interview with nationally-syndicated news host and Died Suddenly producer Stew Peters, despite claiming multiple times, along with his colleague, that those who refused the jab are killing themselves and others.
Chicago-based BBC reporter Mike Wendling refused to disclose his own COVID jab status when he aggressively shilled for the jab as he interviewed Stew Peters for a failed BBC hit piece, along with fellow BBC reporter Rachel Schraer.
“Are you vaccinated?” Peters asked Wendling.
“You want me to answer that?” Wendling replied.
“Well, I’m asking you because I want an answer,” said Peters. “I’m not here to talk to myself.”
Wendling refused to provide an answer to Peters’ question, instead trying to shift the topic of discussion to NFL player Damar Hamlin, who collapsed on the field from an apparent heart failure in a league that mandated and coerced its employees to accept the COVID jab, which is well-known to cause heart failure and sudden death.
Much like Wendling, Hamlin has refused to discuss his COVID “vaccination” status in the aftermath of his collapse.
“Okay, if we could just go back to Damar Hamlin,” said Wendling.
“Yeah but are you vaccinated?” Peters asked once again.
“…uhhh…listen, I’m not going to answer that. Uhhh…” Wendling replied.
“Listen, this has been your business for the last year and a half. My vaccine status has been your business,” Peters said, alluding to the COVID jab mandates that have been enforced at gunpoint and resoundingly endorsed by media outlets like the BBC. Peters added that Damar Hamlin owes the public, which gave him millions of dollars worth of support after his medical emergency, an explanation, as Wendling continued trying to weasel out of providing an answer to Peters’ question, ultimately refusing to do so.
Watch the video below:
Damar Hamlin took the jab and #DiedSuddenly.
— Stew Peters (@realstewpeters) May 4, 2023
The BBC interview of Stew Peters was conducted as part of a failed hit piece attempt, meant to discredit the medically-backed facts of his Died Suddenly documentary, which has been viewed more than 18 million times on Rumble alone, and millions more times on additional platforms.
As National File recently reported:
Instead of making an actual argument in favor of COVID jabs and using scientific evidence to refute the claims of Peters and his film, the BBC hit piece insists over and over again that what people all over the world have seen with their own eyes – COVID jab recipients dying suddenly at a record pace – isn’t actually happening.
“The vaccines have saved millions of lives,” claims the BBC, citing “vast amounts” of unspecified “data”.
The botched hit piece also called for Big Tech censorship, especially on Twitter, where the BBC bemoaned that moderators have “stopped taking action” to censor COVID information at odds with the narrative that’s been carefully crafted by global governments and corporate media outlets.