Dem Mega-Donor Feels Betrayed, Goes Nuclear Over COVID Vax Safety on Live TV – Opinion

Steve Kirsch is a tech entrepreneur and has contributed over $20,000,000 to the Democrat party. However, he now feels betrayed by his donors and will not donate. He made shocking claims regarding the COVID-mRNA vaccines on Wednesday’s Tucker Carlson Show. Watch:

BRIAN KILMEADE : Steve, when did it start to go south for the Democratic party?

STEVE KIRSCH: Well when they violated my trust, Brian. They told agencies like the FDA, CDC and NIH that the vaccines were effective and safe. When I began to see my friends get sick and die, I looked at data. It was clear that this vaccine was the most deadly ever developed by mankind. It is a thousand times more deadly than the smallpox vaccine, and that’s too unsafe for people to use.

To me, the newsworthy part of this story is not that he’s saying these things; after all, other people have been critical of the COVID vaccines. It’s that he’s saying them this strongly on live, national television. This has become almost impossible in the past two years, as Big Tech and Big Government tried everything they could to suppress any opposition to Biden or Fauci. He continued:

[Wisconsin Senator]Ron Johnson, the only member of Congress that cares about vaccine injuries to millions of Americans is Ron Johnson. I estimate there are many millions more. And members of Congress will meet with these people, but they meet with them and 30 minutes later they say, um, they’ll look at their watch, and say gotta go, and that’s the end of it, whereas Ron Johnson has been very consistent about bringing the, this problem to the attention of the American public.

Kirsch, a graduate of MIT, is described as a serial entrepreneur with an estimated value of $230 million. Perhaps his most famous achievement is inventing and using the optical mouse.

The left-leaning Daily Beast published a lengthy piece last October arguing against Kirsch’s misinformation. It also incorrectly based his claims on Federal Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System data (VAERS). Kirsch is also noted by the Daily Beast as having paid a heavy price because of his views. Friends have disowned him, and corporations have been reluctant to do business with him.

Kirsch uploaded a lengthy update on his Fox interview with Substack Thursday. Kirsch claimed he would back everything he stated and was willing to bet $1,000,000 against anyone who can prove him wrong. No one seems to have taken Kirsch up on his $1,000,000 bet.

I am not trying to convince you. Some of Kirsch’s claims, like there are tens of millions of vaccine injuries out there, are pretty bold and one that many experts discount. But if he’s right…

It was an astonishing moment to see on live TV, because it’s pretty rare for any show, even one on Fox, to air something like this. One exception is Alex Berenson who, like Kirsch, is a vaccine critic and appears on Tucker Carlson Tonight. Even he, however, does not come out swinging like Kirsch.)

It was surprising that a national network allowed Kirsch to air his views, regardless of whether you are in agreement with him. If we just hear one side, we get a “forced consensus,” and as podcaster and former author Brett Weinstein says, “that consensus isn’t anything, it’s coercion itself.”

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