by Sharon Rondeau

(Jan. 23, 2022) — A video featuring the song, “Silence” sung by “April” at the “Defeat the Mandates” march in Washington, DC earlier Sunday is posted at Vimeo for the time being, notes march speaker and financier Steve Kirsch on his Substack site.

“Vimeo doesn’t want you to see this video we put together, so watch it now before it just ‘disappears’ just like the vaccine victims,” Kirsch wrote on January 20. “Vimeo is cooperating in the US government directed censorship of vaccine events. You are not supposed to know this. Please share widely.”

The composer of the song is “Julie Elizabeth,” who was not well enough to perform on Sunday, emcee JP Sears said. April, who is also vaccine-injured, performed publicly for the first time since her injury, Sears said during his introduction.

The video references, a group seeking to assist vaccine-injured individuals with their medical expenses, and depicts footage of now-13-year-old Maddie de Garay, who became paralyzed from the waist down after taking the second Pfizer COVID-19 injection in the clinical trial for 12-to-17-year-olds early last year.

Kirsch’s Vaccine Safety Research Foundation (VSRF) produced the video, the Rumble version of the song states.

Other photos show individuals who suffered an array of adverse events after taking one of the vaccines.

Despite mounting evidence to the contrary, the U.S. government continues to say that the vaccines are “safe and effective.”

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  1. I just donated some money to to support people who have been injured by the vaccine. I learned about this organization through the Defeat the Mandate on Jan 23, 2022 organized by Children’s Health Defense, but the receipt came back as “react19, inc”
    I hope I donated to the right organization and did not get scammed.
    Its so scary nowadays with all these scans and frauds.
    Widdy, Feb 7, 2022