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raver9876 25 points ago +26 / -1

It seems that Dr. SEAN Brooks is an expert on education. I think he has a PhD but I don’t think he is a medical doctor. I looked at the face in the video at the 2 minutes 21 second point and I did a search for him on DuckDuckGo. He was on the David Janda show In December 2019 and the topic was education. That particular video is behind a pay wall and I did not watch it, but Sean’s face is on the video thumbnail image for the episode. He was also listed as a guest on the Quite Frankly podcast discussing problems with education in America today. Here is the link for that broadcast.

https://www.bitchute.com/video/OGnmqTGUF-g/

I watched that podcast and that Sean Brooks is the same person who was at the school board meeting in that video.

So it seems like he is some type of conservative educational expert.

That’s all I know for now.

In any case be very careful about sending this video to someone and claiming that Sean is a medical doctor. Later when it comes out that he “only” has a PhD in education, the video of the speech will be discredited. I feel like he oversold his credibility in the video. Why did he do that? Is he just an arrogant jackass? Remember that disinformation campaigns and disinformation agents exist everywhere.

What better way to discredit all of these videos of doctors speaking out in public meetings then to release Dr. Sean’s most dramatic example and then later discredit that video by pointing out that this speaker was not a medical doctor. After that discrediting process is done, no normies will pay attention to any further videos where medical doctors speak out about the dangers of the vaccines.

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raver9876 24 points ago +25 / -1

EDIT: Apparently, Sean is from OXFORD Ohio, so he was not claiming that he went to Oxford University in the UK. So part of my criticism of his speech is invalid. I was confused by the fact that he said only the word Oxford, before describing his publications history. If he had said I’m from Oxford Ohio I would not have been confused. Actually the reason he said oxford is because Oxford Ohio is where his Alma Mater is located, the University of Miami at Ohio.

However I’m still unhappy with him referring to himself as a doctor and then hinting at some type of medical expertise. I don’t know why he did that. He’s actually an expert in educational policy and that expertise is certainly relevant at school board meeting.

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OK I actually watched part of the “Quite Frankly” video podcast. By the way, “Quite Frankly” is a conservative podcast. The link for that exact podcast is in my previous comment above.

At about the 29 minute mark, the host introduces Dr. Sean Brooks as a PhD. He explains that Sean got his bachelors degree from Miami University of Ohio. The host then goes on to explain that Sean got his Masters degree and his PhD at Walden University.

“Walden University is an online for-profit university headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It offers Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, Master of Business Administration, Master of Public Administration, Master of Public Health, Education Specialist, Doctor of Education, Doctor of Business Administration, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees.”

By the way, if you watch the podcast and wait until Sean appears at about 38 minutes, you’ll see that the Sean in the school board video is the same person as the Sean on Quite Frankly.

Again Sean was making no claim to have a graduated from Oxford yet he was hinting at being some type of doctor and being familiar with medicine.

I do not recommend sending this video to anyone even though what some of what he said might be true.

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Stinky_Stork 23 points ago +24 / -1

we need more hardcore vetting like this around here. lately ive seen a ton of posts getting updooted that are posting questionable and sometimes outright incorrect stuff. often things that take massive leaps of logic get cheered on as if gospel..

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inquimous 11 points ago +11 / -0

Hopium delirium. There's more than one mass psychosis going around.

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DarQ2light 7 points ago +7 / -0

Agreed. I was part of that problem and will never be again.

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ChronicMetamorphosis 3 points ago +3 / -0

Its ok, at least you recognized it and learned from it. That's the most important part.

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raver9876 1 point ago +2 / -1

OK it turns out that Sean was not claiming to have graduated from Oxford, England. He was explaining which town in Ohio he was from, Oxford Ohio.

That town is the homeplace of Miami University of Ohio which is not located in Florida.

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Factfiler 7 points ago +7 / -0

This is why I love this board. Having migrated from Reddit and Voat LOL, this board, the mods and the real contributors are the best.

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NCSWIC2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

I agree with you except for calling this hardcore vetting. It’s a simple search and some clicks. We should all be doing this as a matter of course.

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Kaizen 8 points ago +8 / -0

Thank you both. I was right not to share when I first came across this without vetting it. But you wonderful people already did. Thank you.

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DarQ2light 4 points ago +4 / -0

Damn, ravr, you deserve everything for your research. This is damning and it really pisses me off. I shared this video but it didn't get much recognition and now I'm glad it didn't.

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raver9876 1 point ago +1 / -0

Disinformation is real.

His message wasn’t too wrong but his lies about his educational history discredit all other whistleblowing medical doctors.

OK I was wrong about Sean claiming to have graduated from Oxford, university, UK. Sean graduated from Miami University of Ohio which is located in the city of Oxford, Ohio. That shit is confusing.

People in the main stream media will use this confusion to create doubt.

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raver9876 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sean says the word Oxford before describing his academic publications. Only people in Ohio would guess that his alma mater was Miami University of Ohio, which is located in Oxford Ohio, not Florida.

It’s a bit confusing don’t you think?

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johnkongsang 2 points ago +2 / -0

I admit I’m an idiot, but nonetheless my brain only heard “pHD” “health” “Oxford” and assumed this guy was hella qualified until I read down in the comments.

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raver9876 1 point ago +1 / -0

You are not an idiot. The person who posted this video should have watched it carefully and analyzed the speaker, the context and the content. Any potential problems should have been explained in the post title.

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raver9876 1 point ago +1 / -0

OK well you’re sitting in the middle of that meeting, you might understand that Sean is talking about Oxford, Ohio USA. However from my point of view, he said Oxford right before he referred to his publications and books and I assumed Oxford University in England.

I think a lot of people would make the same mistake. I will correct my comments.

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raver9876 2 points ago +2 / -0

I just wish that people who have PhD‘s wouldn’t run around calling themselves doctors because that can confuse a lot of people.

There’s no reason he couldn’t have said, “I have a doctorate in education.”

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raver9876 1 point ago +1 / -0

I’m not really hung up on exactly what Sean did.

I am just warning people that when information is not presented in the proper context lacking explanation, that information can be misinterpreted.

When you Google Sean’s name I’m pretty sure that the first few things you see will be articles or opinions trying to discredit him or create doubt about what he said.

At least here in the .win community I am hoping that everything can be above board.

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CincyJoe 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lighten up Francis….

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Southernwhitebread 0 points ago +1 / -1

ABRACADABRA

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LawDoc 2 points ago +2 / -0

Rock solid vetting right here. I sniffed out this guy right off the bat as somebody less than trustworthy. Thanks for the dig!

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BasedCitizen 10 points ago +10 / -0

I’ve watched most of anything Dr. Malone (mRNA vaccine inventor) has put out there in the past 6 months. He is not saying things this guy accredits to him.

Dr. Malone is still a huge fan of mRNA vaccines in general. It’s only the COVID vaccine that he has issues with, due to the spike protein and its ability to travel throughout the body. He feels most people need to avoid the vaccine, but he is still a fan of vaccinating at risk people.

He has most certainly not said that everyone who has taken the vaccine is going to die in 3 to 6 months (which has already expired for many).

I’m not defending the vaccine. I am defending the truth, as to not harm our messaging.

It’s my opinion, for what that is worthy, that this guy is a complete idiot or he is a plant to make conservatives look bad.

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raver9876 4 points ago +5 / -1

Maybe Sean didn’t know he was being recorded and he decide to put some bullshit into his résumé on the spot. Or Sean has some gambling debts or other legal problems and was strongly encouraged to give a big blowhard speech that would soon be discredited.

EDIT: OK I think I went overboard on Sean. I did that because I thought he was blatantly lying about his education. He did NOT claim to have graduated from Oxford university in England. He did go to get his bachelors degree in a town called Oxford, Ohio which is the location of his alma mater Miami University of Ohio.

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Lawjic 3 points ago +3 / -0

I do believe that some of the information that is going around in our circles was planted as disinformation by darker forces. This video is a prime example.

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raver9876 1 point ago +1 / -0

OK I was wrong about one thing. He was not claiming to have graduated from England oxford university.

He did graduate with a BA from Miami University of Ohio which is located in the city of Oxford, Ohio.

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Munchaussen 8 points ago +8 / -0

He also said millions have died from the vax.... I'm sure the real number is way lower than that.

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AngelCole 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yeah, I don't know about that, millions WW is very possible. When you read through numerous VAERs death accts, in most cases there are no autopsies because the ME rules it natural causes. We have no idea how people have been murdered by these poisonous jabs. I think the true number would astound people and why does it/ would it have to be millions to be appalling anyway? Wouldn't one be too many and we know they are reporting thousands.

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raver9876 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah, in the 1970’s, I think they shut down the swine flu vaccine after less than 20 deaths.

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DarQ2light 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah that one bothered me a bit and I can't believe I didn't even dig into it. This is no war for people short on time like me.

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MyAuntFanny 4 points ago +4 / -0

So he's a Dr. The same way Jill Biden us a Dr. Thank you for looking into this and sharing.

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MyAuntFanny 1 point ago +1 / -0

Definitely read more. Thank you for pointing that out.

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BigBadBrutus 4 points ago +5 / -1

You're right.

People, downvote the OP. This speech is embarrassing.

"They're all going to die!!" is going to look EXTREMELY embarrassing when they don't die, and will be used against you by commie anti-Americans, don't you think?

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WewuzKEKz 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yeah that shit was wack AF

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IwantBoobs 8 points ago +8 / -0

I have been thinking about mass die offs recently, and if they are true, it seems to be a problem that solves itself. The moment that happens, no one can maintain a pro-jab position anymore. The elites will not have their shield of sheep protecting them from patriotic anger any longer. We may actually get justice instead of years of dragged out bullshit like what's happening now. On the other hand, it will be a shitshow. Loved ones will die. And if that was the intended plan all along, then the white hats and I have a problem. There will be lots of questions even within this community and some things just cannot be sold to us, like the death of our loved ones being necessary. I'm sorry but that is something I will not accept. For all those reasons, I'd rather see this theory be proven false than for it to come true.

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pattrn 2 points ago +2 / -0

My prediction is that they will blame the deaths on the unvaccinated, so that they can continue their jab campaign.

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IwantBoobs 1 point ago +1 / -0

They are already doing that, and it's not making people want to take the shot even more. In my opinion, rhetoric like that has a deadline, you can only push it for so long. We are only hearing the same group of people still push the shots. Nobody new is joining that group. Whereas, people who are against the shots have only increased.

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Lawjic 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes. I find it hard to believe that the cabal would exterminate its most gullible sheep. Add to that Donald Trump saying that he himself took the vaccine when he didn't really need to after catching COVID, and him saying the other night on Sean Hannity's show that the vaccine was one of his administration's greatest accomplishments. I think the vaccine is going to be part of a white hat scare event to wake up the sheep.

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Grief 5 points ago +6 / -1

What a horrible argument. He starts off telling everyone they're going to die if they were jabbed, then his second point was they need to worry about being sterilized and not being able to have kids... Even though he just said that's irrelevant because they're all going to die.

Honk honk

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raver9876 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah he’s a self declared conservative educational expert.

He is in no way a medical doctor or a medical researcher.

He’s bullshitting about his education. Why?

He got his Masters and PhD from a diploma mill.

His BA is from Miami University of Ohio which is located in the town of Oxford, Ohio. This is why he does say the word Oxford before describing his publication history.

Look at my other comments above for proof of that.

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XGemInaV 1 point ago +1 / -0

NCSWIC

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Agent777 1 point ago +2 / -1

Yikes!!!

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raver9876 1 point ago +1 / -0

I thought that the speaker was claiming to have graduated from Oxford university in England, so I thought this was some type of purposeful disinformation.

Instead he graduated from the University of Miami at Ohio which is in the town of Oxford Ohio. It’s bad enough that it’s not in Florida.

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raver9876 1 point ago +1 / -0

I made the mistake of thinking that he was claiming he went to Oxford University in England. Later, I found out that he actually went to the University of Miami at Ohio which is in the town of Oxford, Ohio. So I was wrong about that.

However this guy is in no way a medical doctor and he got his Masters and PhD from an online diploma mill. Not exactly the most credible expert that he seemed to claiming to be in the first minute of the video.

If he had explained clearly that he was an educational expert, then he would’ve had more credibility in my eyes. There’s no reason an educational expert can’t come before an educational board and discuss medical policy in schools.

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raver9876 1 point ago +1 / -0

In my classroom, I teach things like critical thinking, creativity and open mindedness. To a certain extent that puts my job at risk, however I do think my students appreciate it.

Also, I do tell my students that I think that the whole COVID-19 thing is a scamdemic. So far, no parents or administrators have complained.

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Jargin2 -1 points ago +2 / -3

absolute chad

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aaarg -1 points ago +2 / -3

Soon they'll all be arrested. We can't tolerate dissidents, can we?