2. Ingrid Visser's Introduction Ingrid Visser introduced herself and states to forgotten when she last worked with orcas. She also states that she has been inspired by orcas since she was a kid. In this scene, she hasn't stated anything about SeaWorld, just her opinion on orcas.
3. "I doubt any of them seen whales in the wild. It's this type of brainwashing mentality that all the orca scientists are crazy people."
If you viewed the video, you would know these exact words said by John Hargrove. He states that visitors to SeaWorld haven't seen wild orcas and they are brainwashed. John most likely doesn't know the definition of brainwash. Brainwash - make (someone) adopt radically different beliefs by using systematic and often forcible pressure. SeaWorld doesn't use forcible pressure to make visitors visit their park. They simply invite and suggest people that love animals with advertisements.
4. SeaWorld keeps their whales in barren environments.
Ingrid talks about experience with wild orcas and then she accuses SeaWorld of placing their whales in barren environments. Yes, it's understandable since there's nothing in the tanks, but the thing is. Whales at SeaWorld are given toys, kelp, and trainer interaction daily. In fact, SeaWorld used to have artificial rockwork in Pool E from 1995-2010. They were removed because of trainer safety reasons. Although the rockwork was removed, whales at SeaWorld are still given the enrichment they need to stay simulated. The Blue World Project would bring back the rockwork, include harvested kelp, a water treadmill system, and even live fish. As you just heard, the whales aren't in a barren environment Ingrid wants you to believe. (Evidence: Wild whale and captive whale interacting with Kelp SeaWorld San Diego's Pool E before rockwork removal)