TRUST SCIENCE! Herbert L. Jackson, Former Drug & Vaccine Regulator
Excerpt from "COVIDsteria: An Oral History of America's Great Reset" - see https://covidsteria.substack.com/p/covidsteria-table-of-contents
As so-called "essential workers," Federal workers had the highest rates of vaccination (followed by members of the media, unionized public school teachers, and unionized state and local government employees). For that reason (among others), the Great Die-Off, COVID Spring, and the new Administration's Great Reset were like multiple asteroids hitting and triggering a series of mass extinction events in the Washington DC region.
As far as I could tell, Herbert L. Jackson is the only surviving regulator who had any involvement in regulating the nDNA vaccine. I flew down to the US Virgin Islands to meet him at his beautiful beachfront retirement home…
Although I worked as a drug and vaccine regulator, I do not have a background in science, medicine, or research. But I was still a public servant who did a noble public service: I was a regulator!
Back in those days, you could not just do whatever the hell you wanted. You needed to follow a process under the enlightened guidance and oversight of skilled regulator professionals like me! We regulators were the unsung heroes who acted as the glue that held everything in the economy together!
What was your role as a regulator?
Like most public servants who had dedicated their lives to public service rather than pursue personal profit, I am not the type to brag about the mission-critical work I did. All the work of all regulators in those days was vital for society!
My job was mission-critical work for the ability of our country to innovate. I ensured all intellectual property used for anything in drug or vaccine formulas, their R&D, or their manufacturing was accounted for and documented. Only then could royalty payments be paid to the government, dedicated public servants, and anyone else who might have done public-sponsored or paid for research work.
Under federal law at the time, technologies or intellectual property owned by federal agencies or jointly developed through collaborative R&D could be licensed by non-governmental parties. More importantly, Federal public servants who were the inventors were all entitled to a share of any revenues that the government obtained from licenses and royalties of whatever they had invented. 1 2 3 4
The reason this was allowed was simple: Unlike in more enlightened countries such as France, those of us in America who dedicated our lives as public servants were always underpaid and underappreciated by American society. [He sighs.]
Do you know how little a public servant like me doing mission-critical earned in public service with the Federal government? At the highest-paid point in my career, my salary was only $165,000 gross a year before my bonus. And my bonus was only an extra $10,000 during my last year of public service. My compensation was barely enough for a white-collar professional family living Inside the Beltway to survive on!