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Mar 22 4 tweets 1 min read
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.

THEY COULD NOT FIND A SINGLE CASE.

NOT ONE.
mdpi.com/1999-4915/14/1…
Mar 16 9 tweets 3 min read
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...
Mar 12 4 tweets 1 min read
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…
Mar 2 4 tweets 2 min read
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…
Feb 27 5 tweets 1 min read
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...
Feb 5 4 tweets 2 min read
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…
Feb 3 4 tweets 2 min read
Naomi, I really don't want to have to do this, but - not for the first time - you are just making things up.

1) I raised concerns on the potential effects of the mRNA jabs on menstrual cycles and fertility in JANUARY 2021 - five months before your tweet.
2) My concerns about your tweets and view that you were playing into the hands of vaccine advocates had nothing to do with your views on menstruation, but instead were related to tweets like this:

Jan 30 4 tweets 2 min read
I’m old enough to remember when vaccinators and their media acolytes - hey, @dwallacewells! - said a jab that caused serious side effects more than once in 1 million people was unacceptable, and 1 in 1,000 would be disastrous. It was two years ago.

My, the rules have changed… But two years later, this story is stunning. The incredible arrogance of the vaccine fanatics is on full display. They truly believed the mRNAs had beaten Covid - they were mainly frustrated the jabs hadn’t had even FASTER development…

nymag.com/intelligencer/…
Jan 30 4 tweets 2 min read
1/ No, sweetie, I said if money remained from the donations, I would give it to a free speech charity, as I have. (The Wayback Machine was the best I could do.) And I said anyone who wanted a donation back could have it. Maybe six people (of thousands) asked and received those... 2/ Now, I really don't want to sue you, as you are nothing but a distraction from Pfizer and Biden, but I have warned you repeatedly and publicly about slandering me, and your untruths are wearing my patience out.

Here's what I said: it's very clear...

alexberenson.substack.com/p/the-war-ches…
Jan 27 4 tweets 1 min read
No, I will not settle this one.

I’ve explained why I settled Berenson v Twitter, once the 1A claims were tossed (wrongly) the most valuable part of the suit was discovery, and I was able to settle in a way that preserved my discovery rights AND put me back on immediately… AND included Twitter’s acknowledgement that it shouldn’t have banned me - all of which has proven extremely helpful in setting up the new suit, which is even more important…
Jan 20 7 tweets 3 min read
I'm old enough to remember when the CEO of @merck - the best, most science-driven pharma company (a low bar), warned:

"There are a lot of examples of vaccines in the past that have stimulated the immune system, but ultimately didn't confer protection."
hbswk.hbs.edu/item/merck-ceo… He said this, too:

"What worries me the most is that the public is... so desperate to go back to normalcy, that they are pushing us to move things faster and faster. But ultimately, if you're going to use a vaccine in billions of people, you better know what that vaccine does.
Jan 18 6 tweets 1 min read
1/ There is just no easy way to say this:

The recent UK and Euromomo death figures are frightening. In the last few weeks, deaths have surged to higher than any point since early 2021... 2/ And those numbers are much worse than they seem. They follow a YEAR of high excess non-Covid deaths (not to mention earlier Covid waves in 2020 and 2021 which mostly targeted the very old and sick and should mean that deaths now are LOWER than normal)...
Jan 10 29 tweets 8 min read
1/ For those of you who'd rather see the whole Gottlieb #TwitterFiles in a thread... here goes!

On August 27, 2021, Dr. Scott Gottlieb - a Pfizer director with over 550,000 Twitter followers - saw a tweet he didn’t like, a tweet that might hurt sales of Pfizer’s mRNA vaccines. 2/The tweet explained correctly that natural immunity after Covid infection was superior to vaccine protection. It called on the White House to “follow the science” and exempt people with natural immunity from upcoming vaccine mandates.
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.
alexberenson.substack.com/p/from-the-twi… 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."
Jan 4 4 tweets 2 min read
1/ @JReinerMD, remember when you tried to make people take novel biotechnologies or lose their jobs?

"Early experience with Covid-19 vaccine mandates shows that when faced with a choice between vaccine compliance and losing a job, nearly all employees choose to get vaccinated." 2/ "Choose" lol... though there's nothing funny about it.

Here's the sickest part of that coercive screed. You didn't write it in June 2021. You wrote it in November, when anyone with eyes could see the jabs didn't work for more a few months...

cnn.com/2021/11/20/opi…
Dec 28, 2022 4 tweets 2 min read
The last two days have made clearer than ever before what happens next.

They'll keep telling me how awful I am for chasing the questions they're too scared to ask.

I'll keep trying to get at the truths that are desperately important to their health...

This isn't for me. I'm not (mRNA Covid) vaccinated. My wife isn't. Our kids aren't. And none of us will be, not now and not ever.

This is for the billion people who got sucked into an experiment we STILL don't understand and increasingly cannot control...
Dec 27, 2022 4 tweets 1 min read
Tesla's demise?

Tesla is STILL the biggest car company by market cap - twice Toyota, the number two, four times as big as Ford and GM combined. It is profitable and growing. The stock was in a dumb bubble which has now popped. This is a market story, not a company story. This reminds me a lot of Cisco in 2000. The stock had risen 16x since 1997 ($5 to $80, split-adjusted). It was briefly the most valuable company in the world. Even Tesla never got there.

By 2002, it fell as low as $10. Today, it's at $48...
Dec 21, 2022 5 tweets 2 min read
1/ The new studies showing vaccinated people are at MUCH higher risk of Omicron have put vaccine fanatics on edge. I know because they're screeching I misrepresented them. Sorry, nope. Links to both in next tweet, judge for yourself. 2/ The Cleveland Clinic preprint:

"The risk of COVID-19 also varied by the number of COVID-19 vaccine doses previously received. The higher the number of vaccines previously received, the higher the risk of contracting COVID-19."

medrxiv.org/content/10.110…
Dec 17, 2022 4 tweets 1 min read
The “13 billion vaccine” figure you’re seeing more and more shows the desperation of vaccine fanatics.

Why?

The vast majority of those shots are NOT the mRNA jabs Americans got - they are simple “inactivated virus”vaccines whose principles have been understood for generations… But the United States and other rich countries REJECTED the old, proven vaccines for a Warp Speed gamble on a biotechnology that wasn’t CLOSE to human approval before Covid started. And for a few months they thought they’d won…
Dec 14, 2022 6 tweets 2 min read
1/ I realize talking about this stinks. I realize many (perhaps most) people who got the mRNAs are aware that they were deceived - even if they will never admit it. They have no plans to get more or let their kids have the shots and just want to forget that 2021 ever happened... 2/ But we can't, in part because the hard core of mRNA fanatics in the public health bureaucracy will not stop pushing the shots - and in part because the mandates last year must NEVER be repeated, and that means letting people know the severity of the risk forced on them...
Dec 13, 2022 4 tweets 2 min read
1/ Update on @SBF_FTX from @SECGov’s complaint against @SBF_FTX (criminal complaint coming soon):

It looks like they still don’t know exactly how much Alameda (SBF’s hedge fund) allegedly stole from FTX customers, but the number is north of $10 billion, possibly well north… 2/ Alameda had $8 billion it received DIRECTLY from FTX clients but never moved to FTX - people thought they had FTX accounts but didn’t (it’s hard to see how this worked unless FTX simply was giving clients pretend statements, like they were trading play money). On top of that…