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Why is everyone so afraid to talk about the elephant in the room? A new presentation.
A new presentation that can change minds.
Yesterday, I gave a presentation at the Senate in Mexico City with Dr. Robert Malone and Dr. Alex Diaz. It was a big hit.
The presentation has a few slides summarizing the data, but the bulk of the presentation is simply me asking questions that nobody wants to talk about like this one:
Each slide links to the reference for the statement on the slide.
Feel free to create derivative works.
If your friends have any critical thinking skills left, this presentation may convert them.
The deck is largely self-explanatory.
My presentation in the Senate chambers in Mexico (obviously, this would not be allowed in my home country) starts at 1:07:00:
Today, government authorities worldwide are hiding the vaccine-death record level data that we need to show the truth. Why would they do that? Don’t they want people to know the truth?
Top health authorities, such as ACIP Chair Stanford Professor Grace Lee, “duck and run” for cover when asked questions like, “Would you like to see the safety data from the Israeli Ministry of Health?”
Why can’t we talk about the issues to resolve our differences? Is government-directed censorship of doctors and scientists really the best way to resolve scientific differences?