Politics

Steve Kirsch’s Deceptive Vaccine Truths

Millionaire tech entrepreneur Steve Kirsch turned investigative journalist is running circles around the corporate media ferreting out alarming information about Covid vaccines and treatments. Unfortunately, his interpretation of what he uncovers too often is recklessly incorrect.

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Josh Guetzkow’s CDC Vaccine Safety FOIA

About a half dozen publications, including CNN, reported Friday that the CDC had identified a possible safety issue with the bivalent Covid-19 vaccine made by Pfizer and BioNTech but the agency insisted that it’s likely a statistical quirk and nothing to worry about. The CDC urged people to keep jabbing themselves with the vaccine.

I was impressed the CDC felt compelled to disclose a danger it deemed insignificant, but I’ve since learned there was another possible reason for the agency’s transparency.

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The Reprogramming of Dr. Jordan Peterson

The demand from Ontario’s College of Psychologists that Dr. Jordan Peterson confess he sinned for making impolitic comments and undergo a “coaching program” of remedial education has drawn international attention as to why Canada will never realize its formidable potential.

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The Deceptions of NYT’s Truth Czar Tiffany Hsu

Meet Tiffany Hsu, the New York Times tech reporter responsible for covering “misinformation and disinformation.” That makes her the publication’s arbiter of what constitutes truth.

A recent article by Hsu about the supposed rise of Covid misinformation is a case study on how the Times deceives its readers with its preferred narratives.

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WSJ’s Allysia Finley Commits Vaccine Blasphemy

I’m compelled to issue a warning linking to my latest commentary: If you have wholeheartedly believed and embraced all the mainstream media’s government approved Covid reporting, this post might be hazardous to your health. Reader discretion is advised.

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Propecia & the FDA’s Blind Eye to Drug Risks

The Israeli publication Haaretz in September published a blistering expose about how adverse side effects of the hair growth drug Propecia destroyed the lives of countless men in that country. Notably, the Atlantic, a publication at the forefront of the U.S. media that published stories discrediting Covid vaccine critics, in 2012 discredited early critics who warned about Propecia’s side effects.

The FDA failed to act on repeated warnings about Propecia, even after European and Canadian regulators moved to alert consumers about the drug’s risks.

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The Twits Who Censored Dr. Jay Bhattacharya

When I think blacklists, I immediately imagine the McCarthy era. But it has been revealed that Twitter’s censors previously maintained blacklists, and among those whose tweets were suppressed was an impeccably credentialed Stanford professor with a medical degree and a PhD.

His sin? Disagreeing with U.S. government pandemic policies.

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