1/483 Looks like @aslavitt is following his fellow doomer @mtosterholm out the door, so they can no longer embarrass Uncle Joe with their hysteria...
287/483 I should retweet some of his greatest Chicken Little threads, but there are just too many for me to do them justice...
5901/483 And then I said, "We need to shut down the economy, Mr. President, really shut it down this time, like shoot-on-sight orders for anyone who is out after dark," and he said, "Wait, who are you again?

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11 Jun
1/ So the @pfizer #Covid vaccine clinical trial in 12-15 year-olds didn't show a myocarditis signal. Signals are hard to find in short-term trials.

It DID show a possible signal for psychiatric events. Which Pfizer discounted. (Like @JNJNews did with CVST in its trial. Oopsie!)
2/ Just for fun I decided to run some search terms through VAERS. You know, VAERS, you can't trust it, never, except that it picked up the JNJ clotting and now mRNA myocarditis problems first:

suicide; suicidal; ideation; psychotic; psychosis; hallucination; depersonalization
3/ Now these don't come up much.

The have appeared only 818 times in the US for all non-Covid vaccines out of the billions of doses given over the last 30 years.

And 710 times in the last six months for the Covaxes. (622 mRNAs, 88 JNJ.)

Nothing to see here, folks...
Read 4 tweets
10 Jun
1/ @CDCgov has now analyzed the VAERS data on #Covid vaccine myocarditis in teens and young adults. It is terrible.

Based only on received reports - and remember, most side effects go unreported even when they are serious - the rate is as high as 40 times the background rate... ImageImageImageImage
2/ But that likely sharply underestimates the real rate - because CDC used a very long window (31 days) to determine the background rate - when in reality most cases occur within days of the second dose.

The proof of how bad and common this is comes in the age stratification...
3/ Let's assume the vaccines DON'T cause myocarditis in people over 65. In that case, we would expect to see (per CDC) 36-360 cases, the background rate. The midpoint is roughly 200.

How many cases have been reported in that age group?

26.
Read 8 tweets
8 Jun
1/ Kristian Andersen has deleted his Twitter account, but his virologist bulletin board posts remain. In January 2020, he was hot on the trail of #SARSCoV2.

On January 27th, Kristian argued the virus’s mutational pattern showed it had jumped into humans just once...
2/ And then immediately begun human-to-human transmission “with no further evidence” of animal-to-human transmission. Of course, that’s exactly the transmission pattern a virus would follow if it had been optimized in a lab to attack humans and then leaked...
3/ But that was before Kristian’s Feb. 1 conference call with Tony Fauci and the gang.

THE BEST SCIENCE COMES FROM SECRET CONFERENCE CALLS. THIS IS PROVEN. YOU MIGHT EVEN CALL IT SCIENCE.
Read 4 tweets
3 Jun
1/ The #FauciEmails are the gift that keeps on giving. Remember Peter Daszak? He’s at the heart of all of it - his group funneled NIH money to the Wuhan lab, and he organized a letter to @TheLancet in February 2020 condemning “conspiracy theories” about #SARSCoV2...
2/ That was the first public effort to use a big scientific journal to steer attention from the lab. A week later, Daszak did so again, with an @NEJM paper insisting the virus had to be natural.

Guess who saw the paper in advance and was asked to coauthor it?

Dr. Anthony Fauci.
3/ Fauci ultimately said no, agreeing with a staffer that "it would look weird." But this is yet more evidence of how close he and Daszak were - and his secret efforts from the first to discredit the lab leak theory.

(BTW - the paper is dated April 2, but it came out Feb. 26.)
Read 4 tweets
2 Jun
Hey, Dr. Wen, if you want people to trust you, maybe stop saying things that aren't true?

In your op-ed, you write, "It took 14 years to prove that another coronavirus, SARS, was transmitted from bats to civet cats to humans."

Actually it took about six months.
Read 4 tweets
2 Jun
1/ Feb. 1, 2020 was a very big day for Dr. Anthony S. Fauci.

That afternoon he had a conference call with virologists - one of whom had just flagged the potentially "engineered" features of #SarsCov2 to him - to discuss a document called "coronavirus sequence comparison."
2/ But Dr. Fauci had other calls on his mind that day too.

At 12:29 a.m. on Feb. 1 (a Saturday), he emailed his deputy, Dr. Hugh Auchincloss. The subject line was "IMPORTANT." He attached a 2015 paper from Nature Medicine describing gain-of-function research on coronaviruses...
3/ Research that the director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology had helped conduct. Research that other scientists had criticized publicly as overly risky.

"Hugh, it is essential that we speak this AM," he wrote. "Read this paper... You will have tasks today that must be done."
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