I now have an informant deep inside the CDC by Steve Kirsch for Steve Kirsch’s Newsletter
There are two things I was surprised to learn.
My email to nearly 300 CDC employees paid off. One of them responded on a secure channel and I can now ask questions and get answers.
Here are two things I learned:
- He believes that everyone at the CDC is drinking the Kool-Aid. In other words, as far as he knows, they all truly believe the vaccines are safe and effective, just like my blue-pilled friends. Even the top people. If there are any dissenters, they aren’t speaking up internally. How does this happen? It’s group-think. What happens to critical thinkers? They leave. I thought for sure people like Tom Shimabukuro and John Su knew what they were doing, but they are clueless. They are just like my academic doctor friends: they truly believe that vaccines are safe and I’m nuts. Wow. Just wow. I still don’t know (yet) how they can just brush off my point that they never point out the VAERS under-reporting factor during their presentations. However, it’s true they really believe there is no corruption and no need to protect whistleblowers. Check out this comment.
- My Substack is blocked at the CDC. It is considered “unsafe.”
You can’t make this stuff up. You really can’t.
A vaccine that has killed hundreds of thousands of Americans is “safe” and my Substack is “unsafe.” Wow.
My leaker can’t go public because she’d be attacked and marginalized by the press.