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Was the Covid Response a Coup by the Intelligence Community?

By Michael Senger: Brownstone Institute From an early date, commentators have noted that the response to COVID had all the look and feel of a coup attempt. The masks, the slogans, the symbols, the lies, the sudden inversion of long-cherished norms and… Continue Reading →

The Demonization of the Unvaccinated: A Look Back

Michael Senger: The Brownstone Institute. Social media has been in an uproar since a member of European Parliament posted a video of a hearing in which a Pfizer director admitted the company never tested whether its Covid mRNA vaccine prevents transmission prior… Continue Reading →

At Long Long Last: Farewell Lockdown Architect Anthony Fauci

Michael Senger and the Brownstone Institute. After more than five decades in the federal government, Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) since 1984, has announced his resignation as of December to pursue “the next chapter”… Continue Reading →

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