Dr. Scott Jensen says medical journal articles are disappearing, and no one is talking about it.
It should come as no surprise that there are some nefarious things happening with regard to the ugly history of the failed Covid vaccine program.
Now that it's off the radar, because Covid seems to have largely passed (except for those still getting the vaccines) this kind of thing can happen a little more easily.
Most people are just glad Covid is "over." But the problem is that no one is being held accountable for the aftermath (yet).
Here's a little snippet from the video commentary posted below.
Hundreds of Medical Journal Articles are disappearing and no one is talking about it. Jazz Shaw - the medical field is erasing its own covid era history
Pfizer and the rest of the big pharma companies assured the government that everything was just fine with the vaccines, because they had been doing super serious testing.
And the government dutifully reported the cheerful news to us, while using all of that data to impose lockdowns, mask mandates and immunity passport systems.
And now, according to one group that tracks publications in scientific journals, a lot of the original research and test results are mysteriously disappearing.
More than three hundred papers and scientific articles have vanished in the past year.
We knew during the pandemic that several specific instances occurred where high quality journals such as the lancet, NEJM, published articles that a short time later required a retraction or revision. And I think you and I know why.
Give a listen here. It's a five minute video but it makes you aware of the depth of the problem and makes you think about how you need to start capturing some of this stuff when you see it online - before it just "goes away."
Dr Jensen is pointing out something that wouldn't surprise many of us - if we knew about it.
I remember reading the hit piece in the Lancet a few years ago when they came out with a paper pretty quickly after President Trump spoke of hydroxychloroquine and how it could help with Covid.
While I'm not a doctor, I know how to cross-reference data and use a medical dictionary to work through medical papers when they're a little over my head.
My opinion, when that first came out, and after an hour of solid research, was that it was a hit piece.
They couldn't get the EUA for the vaccines if hydroxychloroquine might actually work for Covid. So they had to "take it out."
And, sure enough, about 6 weeks later, they ran a retraction on the article. But by then, the damage was done and the media used that article to malign both hydroxychloroquine and the president that was promoting it.
Retractions are never front page news.
But does anyone remember this little doozy?
Don't forget to save often. Lest we forget.
Those who don't remember history are doomed to repeat it.