Merritt and Tapper both stood out for this viewpoint during a council meeting back at the start of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. They faced "experts" from the University of Nebraska saying that the masks are clearly proven.
"Well, the funny thing is the only study that they used was the salon study that was clearly doctored. They said that the only lady that caught COVID was the only hairstylist that didn't have a mask on," Tapper recounted during his appearance on the July 13 episode of "Merritt Medical Hour" on Brighteon.TV.
The said council meeting at the start of the pandemic leaned toward the enforcement of mask mandates because cases were rising at the time. COVID-19 infections had been detected in a large number of people through the RT-PCR tests.
"They were relying so heavily on a test that does not correlate to subjective or objective findings in a clinical setting. It should have been thrown out," Tapper said. (Related: CDC, WHO admit RT-PCR tests ineffective in detecting COVID-19 virus.)
Merritt said she discovered the genetic sequence that the so-called experts claimed was on these tests through the blast program, which looks at the human genome. This means that the kits weren't testing for anything that was different from human's own genetic sequence – so the result will be positive.
Reports also emerged that the World Health Organization and the CDC have "unequivocally confirmed" that the RT-PCR tests are flawed and invalid.
"We know that Big Pharma has zero integrity. Our government is showing that they have zero integrity in this whole thing. And on the market, this mRNA type is the most dangerous vaccine in the world ever in history," Tapper said.
"To understand science, you have to go back to the evidential studies that bear on your theories about how things work," Risch told "Refounding America" host Dr. Peter Breggin on Brighteon.TV.
He said that reading original studies on whether or not masks work – whether by reducing the spread to other people or protecting those that wear them – allows people to decide whether or not they're done validly and whether the conclusions are appropriate.
"We've been told what science was without actually being told the science itself. That's not science, that's plausibility," the professor said.
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