Forum in Hadley on Saturday to discuss post-vaccine COVID deaths

By Scott Merzbach

Staff Writer

Published: 02-02-2023 2:32 PM

HADLEY — A forum to discuss legislative avenues for health freedom and the number of deaths in Massachusetts following the rollout of COVID vaccines is being held Saturday at the Hadley Library, 50 Middle St.

The Northampton Area COVID Truth and Action and the New England Chapter of the Children’s Health Defense are co-sponsoring the event running from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Speakers, who will also participate in question-and-answer sessions, are John Beaudoin, a Medfield electrical engineer and data analyst, and David Seitz, attorney and vice president of the board for Health Rights MA.

Beaudoin’s talk will focus on how he obtained copies of all Massachusetts death certificates between 2015 and 2022. He argues data shows a spike in excess deaths in 2021 and 2022, a timeframe after 90% of adults and teenagers received the vaccine.

Seitz will speak about recently introduced bills in the Massachusetts Legislature that seek to protect bodily autonomy, informed consent for medical procedures and prohibiting “vaccine passports.” He will also talk about the national “Right to Refuse” campaign.

Seating is limited to 100 people.

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Those who plan to attend are welcome to bring their own lunches, and can get more information and RSVP by email to