Friday, May 31, 2024

Former Baller Matt Barnes Says We Were The ‘Guinea Pigs’ Of COVID Vaccines Amid Reported Side Effects; A Lab Leak Theorist Explains, and other C-Virus related stories

Former Baller Matt Barnes Says We Were The ‘Guinea Pigs’ Of COVID Vaccines Amid Reported Side Effects:
Former professional basketball player Matt Barnes gives his candid opinion about the FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccines amid reported serious side effects.
During an open conversation, the sports analyst and podcast host Sage Steele opened up about their personal experiences and beliefs about the COVID-19 vaccine. They shared similar work stories on The Sage Steele Show, April 17, having both been forced to take the vaccine to save their jobs.
“I wasn’t anti the shot,” Sage said, adding that she desired at least six months to understand the vaccine. “A quick Google search taught me that it takes 6 to 9 years before the FDA approves a vaccine. If Trump says do it, then it’s evil but if Biden says it and you don’t, then you’re evil.”
Recognizing the inconsistencies in the political realm, Sage continued, “All I want is truth and consistency. The big picture is people want facts.”
Matt chimed in saying, “We were the guinea pigs. Normally we don’t have to be the guinea pigs, but we were…”
The 44-year-old father of two admitted not knowing what to make out of his aches and pains after taking the vaccine. He questioned whether or not he experienced old age symptoms or the side effects of two vaccines. --->WATCH and READ MORE HERE
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A lab leak theorist explains:
A former FBI scientist shed light this week on why the law enforcement agency thinks an accident in a Chinese lab is the most likely cause of the Covid-19 pandemic.
But the evidence is circumstantial.
The FBI based its “moderate confidence” assessment on the lack of any proof of a virus transfer from an animal to a human in Wuhan, the Chinese city where Covid first emerged, and the long distance — over a thousand miles — from Wuhan to the caves where bats carrying coronaviruses live, said Jason Bannan, who retired from the FBI two years ago.
“You try to put all these things together and come up with an assessment with some confidence,” he said at an event ssponsored by the Brookings Institution, a Washington think tank.
Why it matters: It’s been more than a year since FBI Director Christopher Wray told Fox News that the law enforcement agency subscribed to the lab leak theory. Wray said the agency had felt that way “for quite some time,” but he didn’t explain why.
The FBI’s opinion, along with that of the Department of Energy, which says it believes the lab leak theory with “low confidence,” lent credence to a hypothesis once derided as a conspiracy theory.
The Department of Health and Human Services this week cut off funding for the EcoHealth Alliance, a U.S.-based research group that had collaborated with the Wuhan Institute of Virology on studies involving coronaviruses that are at the center of the lab leak theory.
In testimony to the House Covid Subcommittee released today, former National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins said the origin of the pandemic is unknown. And the NIH has proposed stricter controls over U.S. scientists working with foreign counterparts. --->READ MORE HERE
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