This post from Laura Helmuth is pretty remarkable. Even the pharmacist who’s paid to spout the party line and would probably be fired if he said what he really thinks tried to help her, But she’s all in. If she dies tomorrow of myocarditis it will be “something else” that killed her, not the vaccine. She’s all in.
These people are now slaves. https://t.co/N7rApIaMw4
— Nick Searcy, INTERNATIONAL FILM & TELEVISION STAR (@yesnicksearcy) March 23, 2023
Not a slave:
Unable to think critically.
Especially frightened if it’s the parent of a child and not sure if harm has been caused to that child by a bad decision.
Did a quick google and found she’s chief editor of Scientific American. That would be hard to believe is SA hadn’t been totally co-opted 20 or so years ago. I hate it too, I subscribed to SA for decades and absolutely devoured every issue. I remember the issue with the article on the Supernova of 1987 in the Great Crab Nebula. Whoever wrote it did a great job, it was exciting, mesmerizing, illuminating. Back then, the basis of the magazine was purely science. I watched politics and what is now called wokeism creep in. There was an editor change, don’t… Read more »