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At an Ohio school board hearing, a man who identified himself as Dr. Sean Brooks, Ph.D., Oxford made a number of provocative and inaccurate assertions concerning COVID-19 immunizations.
Anti-vaccine activists have widely posted video recordings of Brooks speaking at the gathering on social media and elsewhere on the internet. Brooks identifies himself at one point in the video, which you can watch here.
He said, “Dr. Sean Brooks, Ph.D., Oxford. I have 48 publications including 23 books. I’ve studied health medicine, anatomy, and physiology for approximately 21 years.”
He warned parents and board members that those who received the vaccine would die and become sterile.
Scientific studies and famous specialists, as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, disagree, claiming that the vaccines are safe and can help avoid the current COVID-19 outbreak, which is filling hospital beds across the country due to the delta version.
He is around 38-40 years old.
According to a YouTube video of the meeting, Dr. Sean Brooks spoke at the Talawanda School District Board of Education meeting on August 16, 2021.
Several speakers argued in favor of mask mandates and other COVID-19 rules in the school district, as well as against them. According to their website, the Talawanda School District is located in southwest Ohio and educates around 3,000 students in the rural area surrounding Oxford, Ohio.
Brooks, who claims to be from Oxford in the video, starts speaking at the 29-minute point of the film, which you can watch above. There isn’t much known about “Dr. Sean Brooks,” according to social media commentators. Sean mentioned a doctor named Robert Malone in his lecture, who he claimed invented the messenger RNA [mRNA] vaccination.
Robert Wallace Malone is an American virologist and immunologist who has been chastised for distributing COVID-19 falsehoods during the pandemic. Similarly, as Sean claims in the film, Robert Malone did not invent the messenger RNA [mRNA] vaccine. Robert personally confirmed this to a fact-checking website. Robert, logically, works inside the “vaccine technology platforms.”
Katalin Kariko and Derrick Rossi, two medical professionals, are widely credited with developing this vaccination.
On Amazon.com, there is an author named Dr. Sean M. Brooks with the same name, but it’s unclear whether he’s the same person. In the past, a “Dr. Sean Brooks Ph.D” with a similar appearance has made inflammatory comments in videos. According to Bitchute, the visitor, a PhD-holding Dr. Sean Brooks, spent his career in teaching rather than medical.
Brooks holds a bachelor’s degree from Miami University of Ohio and a master’s degree and Ph.D. from Walden University, according to the video.
The Oxford reference comes from Miami University’s location in Oxford, Ohio. There is no longer a page on the university’s website mentioning Dr. Sean Brooks releasing books.