Even the Washington Post Admits That More VACCINATED Are Dying from COVID Than Un-Vaccinated

Note:  this article is archived for historical purposes.  It is still filled with mass vaccination talking points and disinformation.  The key point is that they are admitting what has been said by the “extremists” all along, that the vaccines do not protect you. Covid is no longer mainly a pandemic of the unvaccinated. Here’s why. … Read more

Died Suddenly

 

The Publication of Fraudulent Ivermectin Meta-Analyses and Editorials by the High-Impact Medical Journals: Part 2

While censoring positive studies of ivermectin, the journals published fraudulent studies to try to “prove” ivermectin was ineffective. It is a well-known Disinformation tactic called “The Fake.” Pierre Kory, MD, MPA Oct 23 In Part 1 of this series on the counterfeit ivermectin science published by the high-impact medical journals, I covered what I call “the Big … Read more

The Publication of Fraudulent Ivermectin Trials by the High Impact Medical Journals – Part 1

While censoring positive studies of ivermectin, the journals published fraudulent studies to try to “prove” ivermectin was ineffective. It is a well-known Disinformation tactic called “The Fake.” Pierre Kory, MD, MPA Oct 18 Ok, so where were we? Oh yeah, I recently covered the rejections and retractions of positive ivermectin studies by the Editorial Mafia that control the high-impact … Read more

Megyn Kelly Interviews RFK, Jr.: How Pfizer Killed the Vaccine Safety Commission + More

In a two-hour conversation last week, Megyn Kelly, a journalist, lawyer and political commentator, and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., discussed a wide range of topics including censorship and how Pfizer’s $1 million donation to former President Trump killed Trump’s vaccine safety commission. By  Suzanne Burdick, Ph.D. In a two-hour conversation last week, Megyn Kelly, a journalist, lawyer … Read more

New studies find Omicron COVID boosters no better than original, contradicting feds’ messaging

Researchers suspect “immune imprinting” is responsible. Less than two months after the FDA used mouse data to give emergency use authorization to bivalent COVID-19 boosters, the real-world performance of the shots that target the ancestral strain and Omicron BA.4/5 subvariants is undermining the feds’ one-size-fits-all messaging. New preprint studies by researchers at Columbia University and Beth Israel Deaconness Medical Center, … Read more

Mask studies reach a new scientific low point

MMWR appears to no longer be in the science business Vinay Prasad Feb 5 Masking is a divisive issue, however, at the end of the day, it is a scientific question. Pre-pandemic, community masking was discouraged because the pre-existing evidence was negative. This is why Fauci was critical of it in early March 2020 on … Read more

Scientists Studied 12 Masks — Every One Contained This Cancer-Causing Compound

In a study of 12 face masks, every mask contained titanium dioxide (TiO2) particles in at least one layer, at levels that “exceeded the acceptable exposure level.” By  Dr. Joseph Mercola Story at-a-glance: In a study of 12 face masks, every mask contained titanium dioxide (TiO2) particles in at least one layer, at levels that … Read more

Then They Came for the Doctors… Is the Future of State Regulation of Medicine in Jeopardy?

by Maggie Thorp JD and Jim Thorp MD | Nov 5, 2022 | Health, Politics Just in case you missed it, the following is straight from the CDC:  Hydroxychloroquine can be prescribed to adults and children of all ages. It can also be safely taken by pregnant women and nursing mothers.  Yes, you read that right. The CDC has gone on … Read more

The U.S. Government’s Vast New Privatized Censorship Regime

Censorship of wrongthink by Big Tech at the behest of the government is government censorship, which violates the First Amendment BY JENIN YOUNES SEPTEMBER 20, 2022 One warm weekend in October of 2020, three impeccably credentialed epidemiologists—Jayanta Bhattacharya, Sunetra Gupta, and Martin Kulldorff, of Stanford, Oxford, and Harvard Universities respectively—gathered with a few journalists, writers, … Read more