Side A promotes its side of the story and tries to ruthlessly suppress any contrary assertions. Side B promotes its story and offers to debate anyone from Side A or otherwise who wants to debate. Oh, and Side B promises to pay $1 million to anyone from Side A who will debate. Nobody from Side A wants to debate. Which side of the argument would you suspect of having less merit? From Steve Kirsch at stevekirsch.substack.com:
Here is a collection of evidence that highlights the glaring errors in our pandemic response.
It is very important to educate doctors because most people rely on their doctors for advice. You can help by bringing this document to your doctor’s attention. Ask her if she will help to correct this “misinformation” by meeting with us in a recorded video. We will be happy to compensate her generously for her time. So far, nobody wants to talk to us on the record.
Since nobody inside the CDC, NIH, or FDA will talk to me or any members of my team of experts, I have tried to discuss the evidence summarized in this document with the members of the outside committee members of the CDC and FDA. I offered them $1M to take a meeting (or I will donate it to a charity of their choice if they want). They all refused. I have no idea why. They won’t tell me. I didn’t even get a counter offer. It’s so hard to give away a million dollars nowadays.
I’m extending my $1M offer to members of the VRBPAC and ACIP committees until the end of January 2022
In the hope of resolving these issues, I’m extending my offer until the end of January 2022. $1M to have a recorded discussion with the committee members on each item in this article. Why not clear the air so that the American people can decide for themselves who is telling the truth?
Those who refuse to consider this evidence put the entire future of medicine and health care in jeopardy, including their own careers.
Why would a committee member refuse $1M just to have a discussion on the science? As far as I know, you’d only refuse if you had something big that you wanted to hide, e.g., that you are incompetent to make decisions about the safety of these vaccines.