Steve Kirsch, a Democrat and philanthropist who became a self-made millionaire in the tech industry, told Fox News on Wednesday night that the U.S. political establishment is responsible for “killing hundreds of thousands” of citizens with experimental Covid jabs.
Kirsch joined “Tucker Carlson Tonight” as a guest host. He shares details about his decision to leave the Democratic Party after its failure to deal with the pandemic.
He said that: “The FDA, the CDC, the NIH said these vaccines were safe and effective. And when I started seeing my friends die and be injured, and I started looking at the data, there was no question that this vaccine is the most dangerous vaccine ever created by man.”
The Megadonor then went on to say that the vaccine “is a thousand times more deadlly than the smallpox vaccine, and that’s too unsafe for people to use. I could not get even a single minute in front of a Democratic congressman.”
A new survey by John Zogby Strategies revealed that 15% of American adults who took one or more doses of Covid had been diagnosed with a new medical condition.
When Fox News asked Kirsch what he found throughout his research, Kirsch told them: “What I found was hundreds of thousands of Americans have been killed by this vaccine and millions have been injured. Clearly, you are more likely to be injured or dead from the vaccine than if you were unvaccinated. So, what they’re saying and the reality is completely opposite.”
Recently, Senator of Kentucky Rand Paul lambasted NIAID Director Anthony Fauci for pushing vaccine boosters on children, while refusing to provide accurate data proving their efficacy, or why they are needed in the first place.
The feud occurred during a Senate Health Committee hearing - at the event, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, Fauci and other officials were hoping to secure further funding for the nation’s pandemic response.
Rand Paul told Fauci that: “Dr. Fauci, the government recommends everybody take a booster over age five,” during a Zoom interview. “Are you aware of any studies that show reduction in hospitalization, or death for children who take a booster?”
Paul went on to say that: “There are some risk factors for the vaccine. So the risk of myocarditis with a second dose for adolescent boys 12 to 24 is about 80 in a million. This is both from the CDC and from the Israeli study.”
“So, there is risk, and there are risks, and you’re telling everybody in America just blindly go out there, because we made antibodies… So, it is not an absurd corollary to say, ‘If you have 10.’ In fact, you probably make antibodies if you get a hundred boosters. All right? That’s not science, that’s conjecture and we should not be making public policy on it.”