In the new Dark Ages, faculty at Stanford are smearing and trying to silence
@DrJBhattacharya, one of the best and smartest scientists in the world, as well as one of the kindest and most generous people, b/c of his views on masking, esp. children. 1/
this is the opposite of science, and is despicable behavior by a bunch of people who want to be authoritarians. THEY aren't fit for the profession, in stark contrast to the person they are persecuting. 2/2
and thank you @MartinKulldorff and Carl Heneghan for this eloquent piece calling these people out for their disgusting behavior.

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18 Aug
I'm going to write one thread about the v@x thing and then I never want to tweet about it again. Unfortunately I cannot cover this quickly. A primary driving force behind my decision was the realization that not being vaxxed was causing me far more stress than it was worth 1/
I didn't want to make this a political issue. It is a health issue, and I've always maintained that for many people, getting the vaccine is a wise choice. In that vein, I believe it was reasonable to assess my health as a whole - including emotional - & conclude that holding 2/
out was simply no longer worth it, on balance. I didn't "cave." I didn't "give in." I made a decision that was sensible in order for me to continue to best perform my job, which at this time primarily consists of legal contests to vaccine mandates & responding to the dozens 3/
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5 Aug
Please watch my friend @TheEliKlein handle questions about why NYC's vaccine passport program is problematic & discriminatory. Very tough to watch the Leyenda lady, but I promise it's worth it.
after they end, the anchor says that some people claim that they've been discriminated against b/c they got healthy by getting the vaccine while others choose to remain unhealthy. Since when was health equated to a vaccine for a disease that hasn't even existed two years? 1/
pretty sure I am far healthier than the majority of vaccinated people. Utter absurdity to equate health with getting a COVID-19 vaccine
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16 Jul
This is a long thread, but I think worth reading, about how governmental entities are trying to control covid-related dialogue (specifically about the vaccines). It starts & ends with this letter. @noorchashm is an immunologist at UPenn with over 2 decades' experience. 1/
He started a campaign called "ScreenB4Vacccine" based on his evidence-based belief that vaccinating people with natural immunity is not only unnecessary, but creates a heightened risk of adverse effects. The practice thus violates medical ethical rules, Noorchashm contends 2/
He is no stranger to one-sized fits all medical prescriptions and their potentially catastrophic effects, as his wife was a victim of precisely this practice: she died following a procedure that was conducted without adequate assessment of her individual circumstances 3/
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3 Jun
this is going to be a long thread. CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota invited @bradbbaca onto a panel discussion with four people who are declining the vaxx. Brad asked me if I'd been asked, since we both were quoted in an Atlantic article about people who aren't getting the vaccine.
He decided to refuse to go on, but I agreed to go in his place and CNN agreed to have me on. I was surprised when I realized that the discussion was not live, but prerecorded. I had also not been told that a doctor was going to be coming in towards the end of the discussion.
I am recollecting to the best of my knowledge b/c I believe much of the exchange will be edited out. I explained my reasons for not getting the vaxx, first and foremost that I have natural immunity from having had covid & didn't want to take the vaxx from someone who needs it
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18 May
I anticipate this thread will earn me ire from all sides, and it addresses some private as well as more public conversations I've had. I am not anti-vaxx, and I am not anti the covid vaxx. As I have stated publicly, I decided not to get it 1) because I had covid, conferring 1/
natural immunity, and 2) because, especially in light of (1), I don't want to take on what is probably a small risk for no reason. Nevertheless, that aside, I feel ill-equipped to weigh what the risk actually is, because the pro-vaxx people (the ones who think you're bad if 2/
you don't get it) haven't been forthcoming. If I saw some honest discussion about what we can and can't know - including long term effects - and some valuation about the chance of negative long term or other effects based on our current scientific knowledge 3/
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