Ad Council Aggressively Pushing “Get Vaccine Answers” Website Lying About Coronavirus Vaccine Safety

The Ad Council has been running nonstop vaxx spam, shilling “”

This is what you see when you enter the website:

According to Wikipedia, “the Advertising Council, commonly known as the Ad Council, is an American nonprofit organization that produces, distributes, and promotes public service announcements on behalf of various sponsors, including nonprofit organizations, non-governmental organizations and agencies of the United States government.”

In a more innocent time, the group was more innocent.

In a May 5, 2021 article from the Ad Council website talking about how they built the website, Anastasia Goodstein wrote:

Back in the fall, when the Ad Council started talking about the role we could play in educating the American public and building confidence around the COVID-19 vaccines , we knew our call to action would be to direct people toward the facts. But we weren’t sure if we would need to build a standalone website or if we would simply refer people to a trusted source like the CDC.

For several reasons we’ll explore below, we built our own educational site,, and we developed it in a much more agile and iterative way than we had ever worked before – with positive results. To date, more than 60% of survey respondents said they left the site feeling more confident about getting vaccinated.

How do they get those allegedly good numbers? By lying to people about these vaccines.

That is possibly the single most bold lie ever told. Not only would it be impossible to know the long-term effects of these vaccines, the medical authorities and the media are aggressively refusing to document harm caused by the vaccines. All we have is the VAERS debacle.

On the page about vaccine safety, they even state that “researchers began developing vaccines for COVID-19 in January 2020, based on decades of understanding immune response and how vaccines work.” Meanwhile, this is not even a “vaccine,” but a bizarre gene therapy treatment designed to hijack instructions sent to your body’s cells.

Their own explanation about how vaccines work is an argument against vaccinating anyone under 65.

According to official UK statistics, no one under 65 is at any risk.

Yet this website is telling people that anyone over 12 should get VAXXED.

At least they do say “we don’t know if these vaccines impact fertility” though:

There is currently no evidence that any vaccines, including COVID-19 vaccines, cause fertility problems. If you are trying to become pregnant now or want to get pregnant in the future, you may receive a COVID-19 vaccine when one is available to you. Like with all vaccines, medical experts are studying COVID-19 vaccines carefully for side effects and will report findings as they become available.

In an actual serious planet, people would ask for proof that these vaccines don’t harm fertility before injecting themselves with it, instead of being content with “there’s no evidence they do.”