Former Harvard Prof. Martin Kulldorff talks with The Epoch Times. Free speech is dying in America.
For some reason, a public official narrative was established, and you weren’t allowed to question it—which, of course, is very detrimental, both to the pandemic and how to deal with the pandemic, because you have to have a vibrant discussion to figure out how best to deal with these things.
— Dr. Martin Kulldorff
Dr. Martin Kulldorff published The Great Barrington Declaration along with Dr. Sunetra Gupta and Dr. Jay Bhattacharya in October 2020. The Epoch Times says this about him:
His résumé on the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) website is 45 pages long and includes a list of 201 peer-reviewed published journal papers. His work has been cited more than 27,000 times.
In November he parted ways with Harvard Medical School where worked since 2003. He’s not saying why, but we can all guess. Dr. Kulldorff also said this:
I was able to publish in Sweden, in the major daily newspapers there during the spring of 2020, so that was not a problem, but the United States was not allowed to have a debate, which is very troubling.
This is one of the most troubling things about this entire plandemic: no one is allowed to question it without facing consequences. Free speech is dying in America.
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