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'Medical doctors' meet me as I get off stages & interviews & write me & call me telling me "you & Bridle & McCullough & Oskoui & Tenenbaum & Risch etc. were always right but you have to understand
Paul, we were scared in beginning, we didn't understand what was happening & were scared for our lives & family but we quickly knew it was fraud & vaccine would fail & harm, but we would lose licence"
They are telling me, us today how sorry they are for not treating people and not treating them early and sending them home to die and how they knew antibiotics was needed but they were barred from using, and how sorry they are for pushing lockdowns and not standing up to governments and that they did not get proper training in virology and immunology in medical school and that how we must not stop being the voice for them too, that they are silent because they would lose their research grants and no more funding and would be cancelled by their university or hospitals and peers and could not take the risk of losing salary etc. They say they always knew natural immunity was complete and better than any vaccine induced immunity and that the vaccine was never working, did not work to sterilize the pathogen (whatever it is/was that was causing respiratory symptoms) and that it was and is driving selective pressure and more variants. They tell it all now, begging that we do not come at them and that we understand they are sorry and made a mistake but had the pressure of government on them, of academia on them, of pharma on them…I tell them we have to tell the public the truth and they say that their name and credibility is now zero in public’s eyes and I say ‘well you now need to work to capture that back. That is not my concern. You did something wrong and it is good you admitting but you have a long way to go to re-establish the public’s trust.’
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