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Jan 9 4 tweets 3 min read
1/ My first #TwitterFiles report: how @ScottGottliebMD - a top Pfizer board member - used the same Twitter lobbyist as the White House to suppress debate on Covid vaccines, INCLUDING FROM A FELLOW HEAD OF @US_FDA!

Thanks @elonmusk for opening these files.…
2/ In August 2021, Gottlieb told Todd O'Boyle - a senior manager in Twitter's public policy department - that a tweet from @DrGiroir claiming CORRECTLY that natural immunity was superior to vaccine immunity was "corrosive" and might "go viral."
3/ Twitter put a misleading tag on the tweet, preventing it from being shared. Gottlieb then went after a tweet about Covid's low risk to kids from @justin_hart. Pfizer would soon win the okay for its mRNA shots for children, so keeping parents scared was crucial...
@justin_hart 4/ In October 2022, @ScottGottliebMD claimed on Twitter and CNBC that he was not trying to suppress debate on mRNA jabs. These files prove that Gottlieb - board member at a company that has made $70 billion on the shots - did just that.

Full story here:…

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Mar 22
1/ I am furious over the raccoon dog paper. It is nonsense, as the people involved must know.

The idea raccoon dogs might be the source of Sars-Cov-2 is not new. China started looking at them THREE YEARS AGO.

Only one problem: outside labs, raccoon dogs don't carry Sars-Cov-2.
2/ Last year, German scientists tried to find Sars-Cov-2 in raccoon dogs. Sars-Cov-2 is endemic in Germany; practically every human has been infected, many more than once.


3/ "No concrete evidence of SARS-CoV-2 circulation in the German population of raccoons and raccoon dogs can be deduced, not even their susceptibility to the virus."

Their words, not mine.

Yet somehow these animals efficiently transmitted the coronavirus to humans in 2019?
Read 5 tweets
Mar 16
1/ In 2008, the @federalreserve began an unprecedented bailout of Wall Street and banks. The bailout was supposed to be temporary. Except that the Fed's balance sheet - basically money it has created to backstop banks - is now nine times - or $8 trillion -more than it was then...
2/ $8 trillion is an unfathomably large number - $23,000 for every man, woman, and child in the United States, four months of GDP. And whenever the Fed even tries to unwind it, to get the banks off the backstop, Wall Street goes berserk...
3/ For a while, no one except a few populists (mostly on the left, though increasingly on the right too) paid much attention to this incredible subsidy to the richest people in the world - on Wall Street and Silicon Valley -which both feasted on cheap capital...
Read 9 tweets
Mar 12
So the Fed found a semi-decent solution here; make the rest of the banking industry cover any depositor losses at the two (yes, now two) failed banks. The screamers said not backstopping all deposits would destroy confidence in all banks; this makes the industry pay for the fix…
This is also an inherent acknowledgment that the problems appear manageable (unlike 2008) - they are related to interest rates and can be easily calculated, unlike losses when the economy seizes and people stop paying back loans. The devil is in the details, of course…
Have banks like JP Morgan really agreed to an open-ended contract to cover all depositor losses at Silicon Valley and Signature (the other bank that failed)? Or is the Fed somehow quietly backstopping the backstoppers? What are the banks getting in return?
Read 4 tweets
Mar 2
1/ This article is stunning. When I saw @stanford’s incoming class was only 22% white, I wondered how the number could be that low.

Now I know. They squeezed out the Jews.

Let’s be honest: the unapologetic rise of American Jews after WW2 was a crucial factor in US dominance…
2/ In medicine, science, culture, politics, finance, journalism, academia, and law, (Reform) Jews were hugely overrepresented, for better or worse. Mostly better, I’d like to think. They helped fuel US dominance.

But now American Jews are caught in a trap of their own making…
3/ They can no longer control the progressive forces they have unleashed; and too many of them are afraid to stand up for merit and for the country that - except Israel - has been the truest home the Jews have ever had.


Nature abhors a vacuum…
Read 4 tweets
Feb 27
1/ Some of you have asked why I'm wasting time talking about ivermectin at all. Aside from a few true believers no one cares about it, and the science is settled - it has failed trial after trial.

First, I think it's important to apply the same rigor to claims from both sides...
2/ And "early treatment advocates" who promote ivermectin and make bizarre claims about the mRNA jabs (nanoparticles! 5G! turbo-cancers!) actually hurt efforts to raise reasonable questions about the shots and have a serious debate about their risk/benefit...
3/ Whether or not they mean to, they are playing into the hands of the vaccine companies and the public health establishment. They seem financially motivated, paranoid, or both...
Read 5 tweets
Feb 5
1/ Conspiracy theory: claiming @HamlinIsland is dead.

Not conspiracy theory: asking why @NFL @NFLPA haven’t said far more about his injury and how to prevent a recurrence. The silence is deafening. If it was commotio cordis (and that phrase has ~vanished) will they improve pads?
2/ If it wasn’t, what was it? Why did an highly fit 24-year-old suffer cardiovascular arrest? Did he have any warning signs? Can they improve preseason/pregame cardiac screening?

The media will not ask these questions for only one reason - fear they might implicate the mRNAs…
3/ A young man almost died in front of millions of people a month ago and even the most basic facts remain unknown. Meanwhile, moron conspiracy theorists like @realstewpeters provide all the cover the @nfl needs to dodge real questions.

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