Help Support My Fearless and Truly Independent Journalism Exposing the Lies We’re Told about Vaccines and SARS-CoV-2!

“…a rare journalist … who actually digs deep for the truth on a matter.”
Dr. Kelly Brogan, MD

I am crowdfunding independent journalism on health freedom and vaccines, delivering empowering knowledge to help effect the paradigm shift needed to protect our health and freedom and to create a brighter future for our children.

You can help me get this vital information out to the public by making a financial contribution to the effort.

Update, July 17, 2020: In light of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, I have been focusing my efforts on combating government and media propaganda serving to manufacture consent for extreme lockdown measures that could easily be doing more harm than good and that violate fundamental human freedoms.

I cannot do this work without your support. I simply do not have the means. My goal is to gradually increase my monthly donation goal so that this important work can become a more stable source of income for me (I have a family to provide for), and so that I can dedicate even more of my time each month to this important mission.

As my writings attest, I am highly knowledgable, skilled, and dedicated. I am also highly productive and make efficient use of very limited resources to empower my readers with knowledge. Invest in my work, and I will continue delivering great value to you through my writings:

Flu Shot Exposé 

“Jeremy R. Hammond’s must-read series on the corporate and government corruption behind the flu vaccine”

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

“well worth reading”
Dr. Joseph Mercola

Thanks to financial contributions from my community of readers, I have completed four of five planned installemtns of a major multi-part exposé demonstrating how the government and media routinely and systematically deceive the public about the safety and effectiveness of the influenza vaccine.

1. Should You Get the Flu Shot Every Year? Don’t Ask the New York Times.

2. How the CDC Uses Fear and Deception to Sell More Flu Vaccines

3. How You’re Being Lied to about the Risks of Getting a Flu Vaccine Annually

4. The CDC’s Criminal Recommendation for a Flu Shot During Pregnancy

In part one, I show how the New York Times, in order to persuade readers to obediently line up for a flu shot every year in accordance with the CDC’s recommendation, deceives readers by grossly mischaracterizing its own sources from the scientific literature on the influenza vaccine.

In part two, I dive even deeper into the medical literature to illustrate further how, by so deceiving the public, the media are just following the CDC’s example, as well as how public vaccine policy represents a threat to both our health and liberty.

In part three, I focus more specifically on the question of vaccine safety, showing why the claims that the flu shot is “safe” cannot be trusted and how studies have shown that getting vaccinated annually may actually increase your risk of illness.

In part four, I focus on the use of mercury in vaccines and the CDC’s recommendation that pregnant women get flu shots, showing how if the pharmaceutical companies made the same claims the CDC does about the safety of this practice, they could be held criminally liable for committing fraud. I expose how the CDC lies about the science, misrepresenting its own cited studies. I also show how science has established biologically plausible mechanisms by which this practice might be contributing to the increasing prevalence of autism.

While I’m currently focused on combating propaganda related to the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, I still intend at some point to complete part five, which will focus again on the question of effectiveness by even more fully exposing the CDC’s lie that getting a flu shot is “the best way” to prevent the flu.

Why Crowdfund? And How Does It Work?

My truly independent and hard-hitting journalism is being made possible by financial contributions from my readers.

You might be wondering why I’m not using Patreon for fundraising. One reason is that these companies take a 5% cut of the total amount raised, whereas by hosting it here on my own site and using PayPal, I can reduce that to 2.9% + $0.30 per transaction.

Another reason is that independent voices have had their accounts suspended on such platforms, and by self-hosting this fundraising effort, I can speak out without the risk of this happening.

A third reason is that the general idea with Patreon is that people donate to support a journalist and receive certain amounts of exclusive content, whereas it is my intent to make all of my writings freely available to everyone, with the only exclusive content I deliver being via my email newsletter.

Sound good? My goal is to deliver you impactful journalism that empowers you with actionable knowledge. Beyond that, my goal is to help revolutionize how journalism is done. This is aboutworking together to help make a positive impact, to help ensure a brighter future for our children and future generations of humanity.

If you’d prefer not to donate via PayPal or credit card, here are two additional options for you to consider:


This is a great option not only for convenience, but also because it avoids the fees incurred by PayPal or credit card companies. If you’d like to send me a donation via Zelle, here’s my email address to use:

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If you’d like to donate via check, you can make it out either to “Jeremy R. Hammond” or my business name “Worldview Media, LLC” and mail it to:

Jeremy R. Hammond
P.O. Box 181
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“Jeremy Hammond is a true investigative journalist, not afraid to dig for the truth on vaccine safety or to expose the corruption, lies, and manipulative tactics of the official vaccine promoters, such as the CDC and the FDA, with laser-like clarity.

“By contrasting the actual research on vaccine science—or lack thereof—with the pap being sold to us by the media, CDC, and public health officials, it becomes glaringly obvious that the powers-that-be do not have the public’s best interest in mind.

“I find his work not only very educational for myself as a naturopathic physician as well as for my patients, but am also impressed by his dedication to his craft; it takes hundreds of hours to research and write such articles and nobody is paying him to do this.

“Jeremy is providing a true service to humanity with his investigative work and deserves our deepest gratitude, respect and support. He certainly has mine.”

Dr. Anke Zimmermann, ND, FCAH

Naturopathic Physician,

“I dare say that journalists have gotten either very lazy, very scared, or both. It is a rare journalist – like Jeremy Hammond, or Sheryl Attkisson – who actually digs deep for the truth on a matter.”
Dr. Kelly Brogan, MD

Holistic Women's Health Psychiatrist and New York Times Bestselling Author,

“Jeremy Hammond has recently produced two stellar pieces of investigative journalism on how the science of flu vaccines is mis-reported by the CDC and the mainstream media. He is currently working on a third. I have found his pieces to be carefully sourced, thoughtful, highly readable and compelling….

“If we want investigative journalism on this topic, we’re going to have to fund it ourselves, or we won’t get much of it! I’d rather pay him than for a subscription to the Washington Post or New York Times, both of which continue to demonstrate woeful bias on this topic.”

Jen Downey

“Glad to see that a rare few independent thinking journalists exist.”
J. P.

“I don’t know how to thank you enough.”
A. R.

“Jeremy, you’re doing great work! Good on you for taking on the media behemoths and trying to get out all the facts about vaccines.”
K. R.

“Thanks for all you do!”
B. S.

“You’re amazing! Keep up the great work.”
J. N.

“I am a Mom of an autistic son 13.5yrs old… Thanks!!!”
C. S.

“Thanks for what you’re doing! Keep it up!”
J. G.

“Thank you so much for taking the time out of your life to pursue the answers to relevant largely unposed questions about our vaccine program, and the science that bears on it.”
J. D.

“Great work!!”
C. P.

“A greatly needed public service! … Thanks so much Jeremy for your dedication to searching for the truth on the flu shot.”
M. E.

“Jeremy, A friend forwards me your articles — which I much appreciate. Thank you for the good work you do.”
Y. P.

“Keep up the great work of investigative journalism!”

F. P.

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