A 22X increase in athlete deaths that nobody can explain, 75% of UCSF/Marin radiology department says “no way” to the booster, and world governments no longer break out stats for vaxxed vs. unvaxxed.
By Steve Kirsch
If the vaccines are perfectly safe and effective, then explain these three items for me:
- If the vaccine is so safe, then why is there a 22X increase in the athlete death rate of athletes in plain sight? Over the entire year from April 2021 to April 2022 there were 633 athlete deaths compared to an annual average of 29 per year, which is a 22X increase. What could have caused such a massive increase in Q3 and Q4 of 2021 and March of 2022 and why hasn’t it been identified? It wasn’t COVID. I sent an email to Professor Glen Pyle asking him for an interview on the updated numbers. I doubt he’ll respond. He never does.
- 75% of the radiology department at MarinHealth/UCSF have requested and received religious exemptions from the booster. I guarantee you that the religious community did not target these workers. These are the people doing the cardiac MRIs, etc. They are smart enough to put two and two together and save THEIR lives, but they are NEVER going to tell YOU that. I wrote an email just now to Dr. Bob Wachter at UCSF asking him to comment. I said if he refused to comment it would create vaccine hesitancy. I bet you he won’t comment. What does that tell you? It tells you to run for the hills if they want to give you a booster. How did I find out? From someone who works at the hospital. I can’t tell you who it was or he/she would be fired. None of these medical facilities will say a word to the public about what they are seeing. Why? Because the “New Rules of Medicine” are quite specific on this: “If you see something, say nothing” (see Rule #10 ).
- Governments have all decided to no longer break out data by vaccinated vs. unvaccinated. I think there may be a couple of holdouts still. Let me know in the comments. The odd thing is this: if the vaccines are so effective, why do they need to hide the data? Hmmm….