Analyses of the french president Macron's scientific assertions by Prof. Peter McCullough

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Publié le 14 juillet 2021 - 19:08
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During his allocution to the Nation on July 12, 2021, President Macron made a number of scientific assertions related to Covid-19 : "the Delta variant is three times more contagious than the first strain"; "vaccines divide the power of contamination by 12 and avoid 95% of severe forms"; yet you have to "live with the virus"... All of them aimed to establish its decision to make vaccination compulsory for health care workers, as well as the establishment of a vaccine pass, which corresponds more or less to a vaccination obligation. Indeed, unvaccinated French people have a great chance - subject a decision by the national assembly - of being denied access to restaurants, bars, shops, travel, etc. One of the most coercitive measures in Europe.

See also: "Propaganda is the word that comes to me to describe vaccination policy" Dr McCullough

Despite the fact that the burden of proof falls on the one who states a scientific fact, Emmanuel Macron did not have time to substantiate his statement in the context of his speech.

So we asked an expert, Dr. McCullough, who testified under oath before the U.S. Senate, to review each of these assertions and comment on them.

Here is his complete debriefing :

Conclusion: no assertion made by president Macron is factual.

Professor McCullough goes further and states that the vaccination obligation and the vaccination pass are not necessary given the state of the epidemic, including for the Delta variant. He also confirms that he is available to testify of his expertise in a factual and rigorous way for any members of the French parliament.

 

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