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Dr. Been and I are going to have a conversation about the COVID vaccine
I don't think the vaccine should be used by anyone. He says the data doesn't support that. But he's agreed to have a discussion on camera and I'm looking forward to it.
Dr. Been (aka Mobeen Syed, MD) and I were both speakers at the FLCCC conference in Orlando, FL which just ended (it was an absolutely awesome event, by the way).
The conference is the first time we met in person. Unfortunately, both of us missed each other’s speeches (because we were doing interviews).
We are on the same plane to SFO so as we were boarding I asked him if I could interview him. He asked what I wanted to talk about. I said I wanted to discuss our differences of opinion regarding the COVID vaccines on camera. He agreed.
This is exactly what scientists who disagree are supposed to do!
I couldn’t be more excited. He’s a class act.
Topics I’d like to discuss:
Who does he think SHOULD get the vax and why. What evidence is he relying on and how would he counter my evidence? Shouldn’t the precautionary principle apply? Where is the statistically significant evidence of a benefit?
The upcoming IMF meeting requires all attendees to be vaccinated. Does he agree or disagree with this policy and why? What’s the best way to challenge this?
If you have topics you’d like us to discuss, please suggest them in the comments.
Should I challenge Pierre Kory next on his belief that N95 masks work?
And if this works out, maybe I’ll be able to get Pierre Kory on camera to talk about masks. At the FLCCC conference, he said N95 masks are useful; it’s the only think we disagree on AFAIK.
I simply cannot wait to do the Snoqualmie Valley Marine bear spray test with Pierre!
Someone is going to eat crow (and it won’t be me).
Would you like to see this?