Whoops! The fact checks do NOT explain the observations. SMOKING GUN confirmed!
Wall Street Journal had a article last week about excess non Covid deaths, basically said that it was about deferred medical treatments and excessive drugs and alcohol abuse during lockdowns.
The cognitive dissonance is off the charts.
Fact checkers are in reality Fact Blockers
For months I have been saying this: We need a truth publication that is 100% dedicated to debunking the fact checkers. The problem is that whenever someone researches any concerns that run contrary to the COVID/MASK/VACCINE narrative it is censored and/or fact checked. Your average person considers the concern as case-closed and completely debunked and only but a few of us talk about anymore. We are considered the fringe minority. Aside from you, Steve, I don't of too many who even bring-up the checkers. Imagine if these Fact Check hit pieces were challenged directly, deliberately, and scientifically every time they come up. Imagine if everyone of these fact checked articles were deliberately challenged every time they appeared on social media outlets. This would be the closest thing to a public debate on the Science that we have ever had. The way it is now, Politifact is never challenged. Their crap gets pasted on Facebook and then all is forgotten.
We need an anti-fact check organization that is 100% dedicated to challenging every single scientific truth that gets fact-checked. I have neither the time, resources, intelligence or writing skills to found such an organization myself. Do you know of anyone who can? I think the impact would be huge. If nothing else, it would be fun to frustrate and make the jobs of the fact checkers miserable. That would be one pleasant side-effect of such a publication, but it might also make some people think twice or even convince them they are on the wrong side of Science.
This is the basic journalist who fact checked you. https://naseemspeaks.wordpress.com/about/.
Instantly banned for 30 days from Facebook for posting a link to this page. :)
Is it okay to question the "effectiveness" of the flu vaccines? I don't think it is, but I did anyway with this article. I do wonder if more people or journalists HAD questioned the narrative that everyone should get "their" flu vaccines, if perhaps fewer people would have lined up to get their COVID vaccines.
Athletes who are vaxxed are taking anti heart attack med as a prophylactic; like the russian skater Kamika Valieva, who took Trimetazidine. Of course the media conveniently ignore that and play it off as a steroid, but it is anti coronary.(look it up)
Steve, if you're feeling discouraged, consider a tidbit of wisdom I figured out some years ago. Back when teaching tai chi, I used to have to say to the class -- about 100 times an hour (or so it seemed!) -- "shoulders down." It took a LOT of repetition for that important bit of info to hit home for each of them, individually. When a student -- on suddenly 'getting it' -- would exclaim that "Gee! WHY didn't you tell me that?" I would answer:
"I have. I say it multiple times every class because I can see shoulders rising up. But I have to say it a gazillion times because you cannot even HEAR it until I've said it 20 times... That means if I don't say it 19 times first -- you'll NEVER hear it."
Same here for you. It may feel to you as if the AMAZING info you are providing seems not to "move the needle" but does not mean you're not laying the groundwork to move the needle; it means (alas) there are a couple MILLION needles, all independently anchored.
And to jump metaphors: like a school of fish -- your *every* word is causing a single or a couple or a lot of fish to change their direction; and it is those small movements on the part of multiple fish -- each movement small and sometimes barely visible in the entire school, you ARE changing the direction of an entire school of fish!
Hang in there -- you ARE saving lives! Love your work!
That’s what I was thinking. The fact checkers neither deny or explain the observations. They only state not proven to be vaccine which is exactly the same claim you have made. It certainly should be examined & explained though.
Really, as always, we need many more brave whistleblowers. In the movies such people are celebrated. In the real world, they are often vilified. As an independent journalist, I can report on the number of would-be whistleblowers who were terrified when I called them.
Add her name to the list of those to be prosecuted for Crimes Against Humanity as defined by the Nuremberg Code. A partial list has already been compiled by Steve and is presented here: https://stevekirsch.substack.com/p/dhs-here-is-a-list-of-top-covid-misinformation
Vaccination status is not on death certificate and embalmers can't get medical history unless it is approved for an autopsy. Also 100,000 people die yearly from blot clots yearly naturally so where is that factored in? I'm assuming that most embalmers are doing there job and not looking for cause of deaths.
The assumption that people are dying from COVID vs with COVID is false. It is a contributing factor that leads to other causes. People don't die from high blood pressure, they die from stroke and heart attack etc. Its a contributing factor that leads to other medical issues, and is also one of the highest medical conditions that leads to death worldwide. High blood pressure is not on death certificates along with other illness such as ALS (respiratory failure would be on death certificate, not ALS).
CDC Twitter for Superbowl - they are getting ready for the excuses and recognizing their is a problem (just not admitting its the jab) - 'It’s game day! Whether you’re an #athlete, #coach, or a #fan, don’t let a blood clot ruin game day. Jump, cheer, and stretch between plays, and learn more about preventing blood clots for yourself, your team, and your friends and family.' #SuperBowl https://bit.ly/31bneIA
Have you seen the WSJ today 🙄
Thanks for your comments on the PolitiFact piece. It wasn't too hard to predict what the piece was going to include given that I was transparent with Richard regarding all my findings and who I was approaching and what their answers were. I did so not only to be transparent, but to see if he had anything to refute. If you were in touch with him, as it appears based on what you've written, then you knew from him the direction of the piece and my rationale. So these aren't quite predictions, but thanks again for your input. In the piece we are clear in saying there's no strong evidence to link the vaccine to the strange clots. And that's true as of now. I am happy to look into this further if something changes and there's medical or scientific evidence to back up a claim. I am open to hearing more on this and thank you again for your input. - Naseem