From Anecdotes to Signal: How Steve Kirsch Turned from Pro-Vaccine Tech Guy to “Misinformation” Spreader

“You should always be suspicious if the people in charge of safety don’t want to see the safety data,” attested Kirsch.

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“I’ve always trusted the government. And then I started hearing stories from my friends…”

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