“We haven’t had science the whole time, we’ve only had all these theories masquerading as science,” Dr. Harvey Risch says.
By John Solomon
Updated: November 18, 2022
One of the nation’s leading epidemiologists is declaring there is no basis for President Joe Biden to extend his emergency pandemic powers and that it is essential for insurers to release data showing deaths and injuries to those who have received COVID-19 vaccines.
Dr. Harvey Risch, professor emeritus at the Yale University School of Public Health, told Just the News on Friday evening that federal agencies have epically mishandled the pandemic strategy by substituting theories and politics for science.
“We haven’t had science the whole time,” he told the “Just the News, No Noise” television show. “We’ve only had all these theories masquerading as science, including randomized trials and other things that have suppressed the real understanding of how the virus works, how it evolves, how we deal with it, and how we can manage it in the population. And it’s been a disastrous public health policy.”
Risch’s comments came as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration are facing increasing scrutiny and criticism.
The FDA’s vaccines chief recently admitted how little data the agency has to justify its push for new bivalent booster vaccines, while the CDC admits the vaccines do not stop transmission between humans.
The Health Innovation Alliance on Tuesday called on congressional leadership to substantially increase accountability for public health agencies, specifically accusing them of failing “to update and modernize its response plans and systems as required by Congress in 2006, and again twice since then.”
This week, the Democrat-led U.S. Senate voted to force the end of Biden’s emergency pandemic powers, but the president has threatened to veto the measure so that he can retain those authorities.
Risch said there is no scientific reason for pandemic emergency powers to persist.
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