Pope Francis calls for widespread vaccination, by Steve Kirsch

What the hell does the Pope know about medicine? From Steve Kirsch at stevekirsch.substack.com:

He never meets with any experts holding opposing views. Is that any way to make a responsible decision affecting over 1 billion people?

The Washington Post reports:

In a sweeping speech on the pandemic and other global issues, Pope Francis on Monday called for widespread vaccination in all countries and suggested the global coronavirus response was being complicated by “baseless information or poorly documented facts.”

Countries that have widely used vaccines, the pope noted, have seen a reduction in severe cases.


Did he even spend one nanosecond talking with anyone qualified with an opposing view before making that determination? Which experts did he ask? Did he talk to Robert Malone? Peter McCullough? Of course not!! If he had, my phone would have lit up.

Perhaps he had no need to do that because he can read and evaluate the data himself. If so, perhaps he can enlighten us as to how we got it wrong?

The data is very clear: the vaccines kill more far more people than they might save from COVID

Perhaps the Pope did a better cost-benefit analysis than I did. Mine showed 10,000 COVID lives might have been saved, but we had to kill 150,000 Americans to achieve that. Did I make a mistake? Where?

Perhaps the Pope can tell us for sure how many Americans have already been killed by the vaccines? I estimated over 150,000 excess deaths 13 different ways. Perhaps he can explain to us what killed these people if it wasn’t the vaccine. It definitely wasn’t overreporting.

And it is amazing to me that the Pope found that the benefits outweigh the risks for all age groups. My analysis found exactly the opposite. Dr. Toby Rogers found we kill 117 kids for every kid we might save from COVID. Clearly, all of us got it wrong. I would love to see the Pope’s calculations! Will he show us? Has he showed them to anyone?

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2 responses to “Pope Francis calls for widespread vaccination, by Steve Kirsch

  1. Pope Francis has over-reached his authority and shouldn’t be making such ridiculous statements. A religious leader has no right to decide for an individual, their moral choice!

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  2. He has no right to make that choice for an individual concerning his medical choice or choices.

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