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At the start of this week we reported on American Airlines pilot Robert Snow, who went into cardiac arrest just six minutes after landing his plane, only narrowing missing a disaster that could have killed close to two hundred people. Snow’s heart attack, he believes and we believe, was caused by the vaccine he was forced to take or else lose his job.

And since our reporting, Snow’s story has been covered by…basically nobody. You won’t see it on CNN obviously, but you also won’t see it on Fox News, or in the Wall Street Journal, or in a dozen other “conservative” outlets. It’s a cover-up right out in the open. Captain Snow isn’t hiding what happened to him, but neither did Jummai Nache, the nurse here in Minnesota who lose both her legs after getting the vaccine. Not everybody who has side effects from the vaccine dies. Some of them are still breathing and are begging the public to pay attention to what happened to them. But the press are united to cover this up, united to prop up the mass-vaxxing narrative.

Steve Kirsch is a tech entrepreneur turned Covid vaccine critic. We’ve spoken to him on this show several times before, and he joins us again now.

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