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    Social Media Explodes After Ivermectin Debate Between Former NYT Reporter, Alex Berenson, and Dr. Pierre Kory

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    WASHINGTON, DC – Last Friday’s friendly debate between former NYT reporter, Alex Berenson, and Dr. Pierre Kory on Ivermectin was the most viewed VSRF Weekly Update to date with more than 19,000 online users clicking the link to watch it online.

    The debate was the highlight of a segment that also included an intense one-on-one interview between VSRF philanthropist and founder Steve Kirsch  and Berenson. The interview begins at the 15:00 minute mark.

    Berenson is a hero to many having successfully  sued Twitter to restore his verified account,  after he was “permanently banned” from the social media giant for his criticism of Covid-19 vaccines.

    During the interview, Kirsch, a free speech defender, said, “People think this Twitter stuff is boring…. but if we don’t have free speech in this country, we are done!”

    The fireworks began at the 55:52 mark  when another hero, Dr. Pierre Kory, joined the conversation for a friendly debate with Berenson over the effectiveness of Ivermectin as a critical component to early treatment protocols. Ivermectin has proven to save hundreds of thousand of lives from Covid globally, with one of the best examples being Uttar Pradesh, a state in northern India. “With only 5% of Uttar Pradesh’s 230 million people vaccinated by August 2021, early treatment home kits (which included Ivermectin) wiped out an outbreak of COVID-19 dropping cases by 99% in three weeks,” said Dr. John Campbell.

    Some take-away quotes include:“I wouldn’t take IVM….but you should totally have the right to prescribe it and use it and talk about it.”- Alex Berenson

    “In all my years, I’ve never seen a more proven drug than IVM…” – Dr. Pierre Kory

    “IVM is a direct threat to a 100 hundred-billion-dollar industry!” – Pierre Kory

    The debate garnered several hundred comments expressing support for the participants as well as applauding the simple concept of having experts with differing opinions argue their points in a friendly manner without fear of retaliation or of being “de-platformed.

    “Refreshing to have a real debate – THANK YOU ALL!” – Barbara“                                I can’t believe this is happening!” – Laurie                                                               “This was a very respectful dialogue.  The way it’s SUPPOSED TO BE!!” – Paula

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    If you missed last night, it was a flashback to the 90’s – a time when well-intentioned people could disagree publicly and have different medical or scientific opinions.

    We can agree to disagree on VSRF and survive to tell the story. Let people come up with their own conclusions based on what is presented.

    Watch the full replay  HERE..

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    The views and opinions expressed in this commentary are those of the author and do not reflect the official position of Citizens Journal


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    Phil
    Phil
    4 days ago

    I heard ivermectin causes infertility in men, so go for it. It’s cool how some people strive to remove themselves from the gene pool. Ivermectin is for parasites in the bowels. That’s why India distributed it because they have a parasite problem. It is ineffective against COVID, studies have proven this time and again. But go ahead and take it, there’s no law against stupid.

    Edo McGowan
    Edo McGowan
    18 days ago

    The subject of clientele capture also called regulatory capture was generally defined in the late 1960’s or early 1970’s by Prof Paul Sabatier of UC Davis. I was in his first class when he introduced the concept and later worked with him as I had an internship with the Legislative Analyst’s Office in Sacramento. At the time I was working on the industry capture of the state’s pesticide and milk regulatory agencies. These foibles were not unknown to the legislature and administration. It was just business as usual but costing the citizens of this state dearly in excess deaths from pesticides and over priced milk products.

    Once understanding regulatory capture (a type of corruption), I have encountered it at nearly all levels of government, from local to international. Over the years I have had the privilege to work at most levels of government, again from local to international in design of, or evaluation of public health programs, including water quality and spread of disease as well as design of national health care programs.

    Unless we, as a people, can get ahead of this corruption one sees within these processes, these evolving diseases such as COVID-19, and its variants as well as Monkeypox are going to get ahead of us and stay ahead of us. 

    The current level of medicine’s capture by industry to thwart a physician’s ability to freely prescribe and practice the art of medicine to best serve patients will be shown to have cost thousands of lives in this COVID pandemic. History will show that greed and regulatory corruption through clientele capture will be at the root cause.

    Dr Edo McGowan

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