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Eric Topol spreads dangerous medical misinformation.
I fact-checked his claims.
This article that Prof. Eric Topol wrote for the LA Times is full of dangerous and misleading nonsense. I read this pseudo-intellectual diarrhoea for you, so you don't have to. Thank me later.
▶️ "There are 400 to 500 Americans dying of COVID each day"
— well, Eric, "of" ≠ "with". Without the fraudulent test, nobody would have noticed if people died with a median of 82 years.
▶️ "Some percentage of these people who get infected or reinfected will develop long COVID"
— Long-term effects are widespread when having been ill. However, this ridiculous "long COVID" phenomenon primarily seems to appear in mentally unstable persons who suffer from depression or anxiety disorders.
▶️ "It is by no means “zero COVID,” the policy of suppressing all infections, which has proved to be unattainable around the world. But it is achievable."
— I can't stop laughing. Achievable? What a to(p)ol!
▶️ "We should redefine “fully vaccinated” to mean at least three shots, not just the initial two."
— I agree; we definitely need a new definition for people who took the third shot. What about "brainless moron"?
▶️ "Then there are the new variants that have already surfaced, such as BA.2.75.2, which exhibits more evasion of our immune system than any prior version."
— after getting injected with immunosuppressing gene therapies, it's no surprise that 'new variants' (lol) are more capable of evading the immune system (i.e. making people sick).
▶️ "[...] truly new vaccines with more powerful nanoparticles containing antigens or mRNA that could take on the entire sarbecovirus family."
— No thanks. I oppose human experiments.
I consider Eric Topol a great threat to peaceful coexistence. Over the last 2.5 years, he has continuously spread fear and horror and shared vaccine propaganda and doomsday scenarios that didn't come true.
One doesn't need a judge to know that this man is guilty. I'd give him 8 points out of 10 on the Feigl-Ding scale.
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