As Miami residents worry about being sprayed with toxic chemicals in the War on Zika, a journey to Brazil and Vietnam reveals unexpected insights. Was the Zika virus, which panicked pregnant women globally, the cause of a spike in birth defects as proclaimed by the World Health Organization and the CDC? Did it merit the U.S. government's decision to spray the neurotoxin Naled onto schools and communities?Sprayed documents the rise of microcephaly attributed to the Zika virus and the generational impact of Agent Orange, exploring a possible link between birth defects and disease control. Perspectives of doctors, scientists and victims are heard. It follows the Miami hearing led by Michael Hall, M.D., who defends his patients and presents his case against releasing GMO mosquitoes and continued chemical contamination in the name of disease control.