Greenwich Not-So-Free Press
We submitted an Op Ed to the Greenwich Free Press (GFP) based on Monday’s newsletter about there being more deaths in 1.5 years from covid vaccines than in the last 32 years from all other vaccines combined.
Every single claim in the article was carefully sourced with links to each of the underlying reports in CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). Of course, it is illegal to make false reports to VAERS.
Unsurprisingly, GFP refused to publish the article, and instead “fact checked” it by citing two things: a broken link to an article from AP News, and an article from Science.
The Science article quoted Tom Shimabukuro, deputy director of CDC's Immunization Safety Office, which oversees VAERS, as saying, "We don't have evidence that there is widespread fraud or gaming of the [VAERS] system."
And the GFP editor calls this a “fact check”? It’s almost as good as CBS using CBS to fact check!
The editor then suggested "try your luck" with Greenwich Time instead.
Of course, we recognize that GFP will never publish anything we write. But we keep trying because we feel it’s important for the full truth about covid vaccines to be shared with the community, so people understand the real risks involved.
Though, isn’t it an oxymoron to call it the “Free Press” when the editor censors information that contradicts closely-held personal beliefs?