The upcoming movie (read about the man who created it here) raises questions about the government's approach to the COVID-19 pandemic and whether there is a financial incentive to provoke mass vaccinations, among other claims. Mikovits, who has a new book out, was featured in the first vignette released to promote the movie. Her controversial career in the scientific community has been punctuated by an arrest, lawsuit, retracted research study, allegations against Fauci and clashes with the founders of the Whittemore Peterson Institute for Neuro-Immune Disease, which is located in Reno, Nevada.
The promotional material for Plandemic claims:
Humanity is imprisoned by a killer pandemic. People are being arrested for surfing in the ocean and meditating in nature. Nations are collapsing. Hungry citizens are rioting for food. The media has generated so much confusion and fear that people are begging for salvation in a syringe. Billionaire patent owners are pushing for globally mandated vaccines. Anyone who refuses to be injected with experimental poisons will be prohibited from travel, education and work. No, this is not a synopsis for a new horror movie. This is our current reality.
While some have dubbed Mikovits a conspiracy theorist and anti-vaccine "truther" whose claims don't match the facts regarding her arrest and research, a press release for Mikovits's book describes her in a different light, casting her as a scientist "with the brilliant wit one might expect if Erin Brockovich had a doctorate in molecular biology."