Last week I told you about some of the brightest doctors at the Mayo Clinic. There’s cardiologist Courtney Bennett, whose advice to unvaccinated people who get sick is “please go die.” There’s general surgeon Mark Sawyer, who posted his lurid fantasies about getting to deny sick people health care, staring them in the eyes and saying “it’s too late” as they expire.
Well, we have more. I was recently pointed towards an interview featuring Doctor Gregory Poland, director at the Mayo Clinic’s Vaccine Research Group. He’s also a paid advisor to vaccine maker Johnson and Johnson. No conflict of interest there. But for all his degrees and all his supposed expertise, he’s still a nutjob about masks. He ended a recent video interview on Facebook live (sheltering at home, of course) by condemning schools that don’t have mask mandates. “Parents, please protect your precious children,” he said. Now keep in mind. There are no mask mandates in British schools when they’re otherwise much more restrictive than we have been. There’s no evidence that masks in schools do anything to change infection rates, and there’s still plenty of evidence that children are at almost zero risks of serious harm from COVID-19. This isn’t science and it isn’t medicine. It’s the cult of the mask.
And how about this: Doctor Gianrico Farrugia is the president and CEO of the Mayo Clinic, but that’s not his only job. He’s also a “health governor” with the World Economic Forum, which has been generating propaganda in favor of worldwide vaccine passports for travel. Oh, but don’t worry: In a May article about vaccine passports, a WEF writer noted there are civil liberties concerns about vaccine passports, and so any rules about them would have to be “fair.” So who did the WEF suggest could set those “fair” rules? Why, the World Health Organization, of course. The same World Health Organization that has repeated Chinese propaganda since the beginning of this pandemic. The same World Health Organization that denies the existence of Taiwan to avoid offending the People’s Republic. The same World Health Organization whose leader, Tedros Adhanom, covered up cholera outbreaks in his home country of Ethiopia.
Oh, and just because these connections are fascinating to discover, there’s another person, Matthew Horace, who currently serves as Chief Security Officer for Mayo. We’re pretty sure he doesn’t set vaccine policy, but who knows these days. Anyway, what’s Mr. Horace’s other job? What would be the most ridiculous job he could possibly have? If you guessed “chief of security for the DNC”…you’d be wrong, because there’s something even more ridiculous. Mr. Horace is also chief of security for Dominion Voting Systems. His LinkedIn biography notes that he “leads the companies IT security and cybersecurity initiatives.” And you can’t see it, but he actually misspells “company’s” in his profile. Also, his college degree is in English, with a Masters in “Leadership.” And this guy is in charge of organizing cybersecurity for one of this country’s largest voting machine companies. You can’t make any of this up.
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