Getting her start in politics back in the 1990s, Naomi Wolf used her writing ability to craft her first book called The Beauty Myth. The book would become a hit as some claimed she was the leading voice of the new feminist movement. At the same time, Wolf lent her talents as a political advisor to both Bill Clinton and Al Gore. Continuing to write, Wolf, like most, eventually questioned the narrative surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. And just like former President Donald Trump, her constant questions and search for the truth led her to being de-platformed for supposedly spreading misinformation. But while the censorship hasn’t stopped Wolf from expressing her opinion, recently, she spoke with Edward Dowd on the drastic shift in the COVID-19 narrative.

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Once pushing the COVID-19 jab on America’s workforce and claiming it was the only way to defeat the virus, the so-called miracle drug did little to stop the coronavirus and its several variants from spreading. On the Daily Clout,  Dowd explained how the agenda was never to defeat the virus but to make billions of dollars.

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Being a former BlackRock Portfolio Manager, Dowd had more to say on the COVID-19 pandemic than just the massive profits made by companies like Pfizer. The entire interview can be watched below. 

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