The public health authorities are MAD.
The bluecheck media types are even MADDER.
I am much more powerful than I thought.
My four-minute-appearance last night on Tucker Carlson has disrupted the heretofore incredibly successful Covid vaccine experiment. The good folks of America were lined up patiently for their boosters, or their double-boosters, or the super-duper-special-Omicron booster (coming soon, from Pfizer, in cherry flavor!). Then they heard me and threw off their coats and dove into the sea.
It was mass formation psychosis! Or double-secret hypnosis! Or something.
And I all I had to do to destroy America was tell Tucker (with complete accuracy) about the incredible rise in Covid infections and hospitalizations in highly vaccinated countries, and the evidence mRNA vaccines will not work against Omicron. You are getting very sleepy…
Now Twitter is filled with arguments over whether I’m grifter or delusional or maybe a delusional grifter. Sorry, kids, none of the above. I just follow the data. And read the papers. You know, reporting! It’s fun and exciting. But Philip Bump of the Washington Post has earned a special place in my heart.
Last May, Mr. Bump [APOLOGIES AND CORRECTION, THIS WAS NOT BUMP - IT WAS AARON BLAKE, ANOTHER GENIUS FROM THE WASHINGTON POST; MY ERROR] wrote an article about the “worst coronavirus predictions.” I was high on the list for my concerns about Israel, the first country to mass vaccinate with the mRNA vaccines - and later the first to boost.
As Bump [CORRECTION: BLAKE] wrote:
Three months later, with Israel having set the worldwide standard for its vaccination program, the country is a massive success story.
That was eight months, two waves, and two boosters ago. The success story just keeps getting massiver.
But that piece isn’t even why I’m mentioning Bump today. [AND IT SHOULDN’T BE - HE DIDN’T WRITE IT.]
Nope, this morning Bump decided to write about me again, in response to my comments last night. And in the middle of the piece he launched into a full-throated defense of the honesty of pharmaceutical companies.
Imma just leave a few articles from Bump’s own newspaper here:
Oh, wait, this one’s from the Department of Justice:
But don’t worry, Phil - no one would EVER lie about or overstate vaccine efficacy or hide side effects. Because that would be wrong. And there’s so much money on the line.
And we all know: the more money is at stake, the better pharmaceutical companies (or any companies) behave. It’s a fact!
Sorry, Phil, I’d love to talk more, but I have to get back to hypnotizing the country.