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Why don't you sue him for defamation. Alex Jones and Jim Fetzer, Rudy Giuliani all got tagged $Millions for telling the truth. How much is telling lies worth?

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The guy's a jewish genocide apologist so are you at all surprised?

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I like Alex Berenson. With that said, I don't always agree with him. He used some pretty harsh words and he should be open to having some dialog regarding his position. I certainly wouldn't hold a grudge for a single post on X. You're a big boy Steve, brush it off and keep up the good work.

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Clearly Alex hasn't been watching the Highwire! : D

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Without wanting to sound like a conspiracy theorist doesn't Alex have to be controlled opposition (either knowingly or not -- ie being unwittingly influenced heavily by psy-ops)? How is it that he produces a Lot of great information on such a wide range of issues but when it comes to they key ones (1. early treatment / Ivermectin, 2 Excess Deaths. 3 Declining Fertility among vaccinated) he says none of those are true. Pretty coincidental -- these are the ones that will have the population marching in the streets when they know the truth about why they're sick or why their loved one died? Alex also wants to create doubt about leaders of the movement who are exposing these three most important truths like Steve and Pierre Kory (he attacked Pierre Kory on Tucker Carlson back at Fox and told him that Ivermectin doesn't work).

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To me this looks like Alex Berenson needs money PLUS attention so badly - that he is stalking & provoking Steve Kirsch - hoping to get some attention & some money . . . ?

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Alex has done some, key word some good things, but demonstrates he lacks the ability so far, perhaps influenced by his physician wife (speculation), to fully comprehend the extent of evil and corruption throughout the global and US "pandemic" lockstep operation to monetize a massive "vaxxine" total addressable market. "Their" goal is to inject every human being on the planet as many times as "they" can until death taking profits, control, and property for themselves.

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Tucker's interview with Berenson was more than disappointing. He actually suggested seniors who refused the jabs should have had their SS checks withheld, since it was the old people who were dying from Covid. They were not dying from Covid, they were dying from 1) no early treatment, and 2) hospital protocols with deadly Remdesivir. Somehow Alex thinks because he is married to a doctor he knows more than anyone else. Total asshat.

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I stopped reading Alex's post when he became a ivermectin denier. later started reading his stuff again but i feel all he writes about is himself ;-)

fight him dont fight him honestly he is mostly cabonized air ;-)

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we already have vast proof so give him the finger

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All cause mortality has been significantly elevated since the roll out of the vaccines. While correlation is not causation, I believe that in due course--given the will and the funds--causation can, and will, be established. I'm personally convinced that using mRNA to cause the body to produce spike proteins has caused all the things like stroke, heart attack, unusual blood-clotting, turbo-cancers and inoperable brain tumors in relatively young people, and probably hurried them along in the elderly. While I'm personally convinced, I can still understand why someone could say that there's no PROOF of causation. I also just got done reading Dr. Malone's piece on purity tests and how they spiral into circular firing squads. Let's TRY to sing in harmony when that SHOULD be possible. While I saw Berenson as being against the mRNA vaxxes, it's possible his criticism is limited to just the idea that they're ineffective. Again--I personally believe that they are much worse than " ineffective". I wish they were merely ineffective. . .

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C'mon Alex. You talk a good game. Step up or shut up.

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Berenson's recent interview with Tucker was a head scratcher. Either someone or some entity has gotten to him. Sounds as if he is backtracking on some things he has said about the vaccines. Perhaps we can start asking Alex the hard questions beginning with "what's changed". He attacked Dr Malone years ago and has yet to prove his point against Dr Malone.

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In a thousand piece puzzle, some people need all one thousand pieces in place before there is "evidence". Maybe, in a few years looking back, AB will have sufficient evidence. Anyway, what is the measure of a "depopulation", 5%, 10%, 15% etc...

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Even if we can calculate where we will be two years from now after launching a rocket into outer space, we cannot know for sure whether we will be in that position two years later. In other words, Evidence will be released in two years. It is probabilistic until 2 years later.

However, the issue is related to a person's health and lifespan. ``Assume it's safe until it's proven to be dangerous'' is a perversion.

``Consider it dangerous until it's proven safe'' has been a legitimate way of thinking since the days of primitive humans.

I appreciate that Mr. Berenson says that JAB is harmful, which is rare for a critic. It is unclear how long the ``Long-Term'' he refers to is. However, there are papers that suggest that side effects may be prolonged. Especially when vaccinated three or more times, IgG4 increases 10 to 1000 times. https://www.rintrah.nl/the-trainwreck-of-all-trainwrecks-billions-of-people-stuck-with-a-broken-immune-response/

This means that your immune system is weakened, making you more susceptible to all kinds of infections, including Sarscov2. Immunology predicts that immune cells that produce IgG4 can last for several decades. Therefore, there are long-term effects. He does not seem to have any consideration for changes in the human genome due to contamination of mRNA and DNA fragments.

Let's take a look at Japan's average life expectancy (= life expectancy at age 0).

Note the increase/decrease in the difference. 2021, when vaccinations began, is an inflection point. In short, the trend of 126 million people has changed.

2018…2019…2020…2021…2022

81.25␣81.41␣81.56␣81.47␣81.05␣Male

87.32␣87.45␣87.71␣87.57␣87.09␣Female

/……/……/…… ⌒ …… \

The statistics for 2023 will be late, and the figures for 2023 will be released after mid-2024.

Could similar numbers be obtained in the United States?

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Alex is a member of the shitweasel family of rodents.

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