Doctors and scientists from major universities and medical centers on Wednesday told the U.S. Senate, during a hearing hosted by Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), what they described as a story of corruption and mismanagement of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A roundtable was held in the U.S. Senate Wednesday with distinguished doctors and scientists from major universities and medical centers. The story they told of corruption and mismanagement of the COVID-19 pandemic is a turning point for humanity.
Most of the people on the panel suffered loss of income, loss of status or loss of their jobs because they publicized truths about COVID-19 and COVID-19 policies that were anathema to the medical establishment and detrimental to pharmaceutical profits.
COVID-19 policy has been a crime against humanity, and underlying that crime has been a crime against science. Science is held in high public regard, even as the reputations of most other institutions have declined in recent decades.
The reputation of science is based on open debate and logical evaluation of evidence. Debate has been stifled by people with money and power, and those same people then claim to speak for “science.”
The public is gradually recognizing the enormity of this fraud. I fear that public support for sciencewill crumble.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) introduced the hearing by reminding us that promising drugs for early treatment of COVID-19 were made known to him by some of the people at Wednesday’s hearing already in the spring of 2020, and yet our government agencies were advising against their use, despite long and assuring safety records.
Here are some highlights from the speakers:
Liz Willner, who created a website to make the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) vaccine safety data available in a more accessible format, explained that according to VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) data, vaccine injuries increased 20-fold in 2021 and vaccine-related deaths increased 50-fold.
Aaron Siri, a lawyer for Del Bigtree’s Informed Consent Action Network, described how the CDC created a system called V-Safe for recording a large sample of vaccine safety data, and then hid the data from the public.
Siri pressed through the Freedom of Information Act to obtain that data for more than one-and-a-half years before some of it was released. Much still remains secret.
Risk of myocarditis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, and autoimmune disorders was recognized and reported early in the Pfizer trials, and these conditions were in early specifications for the V-Safe system. In the end, none of these conditions were included, suggesting that CDC made a deliberate decision not to create a paper trail for them.
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