Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Now the WHO Demands Answers From China on COVID? It’s Too Late; The Biden Administration Tried to Censor This Stanford Doctor, But He Won In Court, and other C-Virus related stories

Now the WHO demands answers from China on COVID? It’s too late:
Now the World Health Organization steps up pressure on China for crucial data on COVID’s origins?
Four years after the deadly disease first broke out in the fall of 2019, throwing the world into chaos and costing nearly 7 million lives?
And long after China likely destroyed all evidence suggesting the coronavirus came from one its labs?
What a tragic joke.
“We’re pressing China to give full access, and we are asking countries to . . . urge Beijing to cooperate,” WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus smugged of WHO’s note to Chinese officials seeking access to all relevant information and offering to send investigators.
A firm letter from WHO? They must be trembling in Beijing.
The data, if it still exists, would be critical to determining conclusively whether the virus had escaped from a Chinese lab — particularly the Wuhan Institute of Virology — or “jumped” directly from an animal to humans.
That knowledge four years ago might’ve helped the world’s response to the outbreak, and it’s essential to preventing another one even today. --->READ MORE HERE
The Biden administration tried to censor this Stanford doctor, but he won in court:
A federal court of appeals ruled earlier this month that the White House, surgeon general, CDC and FBI “likely violated the First Amendment” by exerting a pressure campaign on social media companies to censor COVID-19 skeptics — including Stanford epidemiologist Dr. Jay Bhattacharya.
“I think this ruling is akin to the second Enlightenment,” Bhattacharya told The Post. “It’s a ruling that says there’s a democracy of ideas. The issue is not whether the ideas are wrong or right. The question is who gets to control what ideas are expressed in the public square?”
The court ordered that the Biden administration and other federal agencies “shall take no actions, formal or informal, directly or indirectly” to coerce social media companies “to remove, delete, suppress or reduce” free speech.
Bhattacharya, a professor of medicine, economics and health research policy at Stanford University, co-authored the Great Barrington Declaration in the fall of 2020 with professors from Harvard and Oxford.
The epidemiologists advocated for “focused protection” — safeguarding the most vulnerable Americans while cautiously allowing others to function as normally as possible — rather than broad pandemic lockdowns.
“We were just acting as scientists, but almost immediately we were censored,” said Bhattacharya, director of Stanford’s Center for Demography and Economics of Health and Aging. “Google de-boosted us. Our Facebook page was removed. It was just a crazy time.
“The kinds of things that the federal government was telling social media companies to censor included us — along with millions of other posts from countless other people who were criticizing government COVID policy,” he added.
A New Orleans-based three-judge panel found that the federal government “likely coerced or significantly encouraged social-media platforms to moderate content” by vaguely threatening adverse regulatory consequences if social media companies did not suppress certain viewpoints on the pandemic. --->READ MORE HERE
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