Voices of Courage

Thursday, October 1, 2020

2020/10/01 - The Courage to Be a Hero

[NEW EPISODE] The Courage to Be a Hero

This week on Voices of Courage, Ken D. Foster is joined by Polly Tommey, a film producer, author, and the mother of Billy Tommey, whose vaccine injury story is prominently featured in Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe, and Peggy Hall, the founder of The Healthy American and an educator for 30+ years who inspires and empowers others to make “positive waves of change,” to discuss the courage to stand up for the truth and protect our health and freedoms.

Show Notes

Segment 1

In this segment, Ken starts off by asking, “what does it mean to be a hero?” He also says, to be a hero, you have to overcome your fears. He briefly talks about his guests and the topics that’ll be discussed on today’s episode. 

Segment 2

Ken introduces his first guest, Polley Tommey. She talks about what motivated her to become anti-vaccine. She said she was once pro-vaccine until her middle child got sick from a vaccine and had to be rushed to a hospital. Most anti-vaccine people were pro-vac before switching over. 

Segment 3

In this segment, Ken & Polly continue their conversation about anti-vaccination. Polly brings up the correlation between infant deaths and vaccines. She’s talked to parents who vaccinated their babies & then suddenly they’d pass away. Doctors would label their cause of death SIDS when it was really the vaccines they received. 

Segment 4

Ken introduces his last guest, Peggy Hall. She talks about how she became an activist. She was involved in politics her whole life. Having a bachelor’s in Political Science & master’s in International Relations. She took a detour from grad school and decided to join the Peace Corps. That is where she became a teacher. She was responsible for getting rid of the mask city mandate in Orange County. 

Segment 5 

Ken & Peggy continue talking about masks. She says that there should be accommodations. To keep up with Peggy, go to & go sign up for the newsletter to get more information.