Dr. Andrew Kaufman answers my question

“… this iatrogenic problem… probably the major cause of that brief, short-lived mortality spike in the Spring of 2020”

He probably doesn’t know Irish, so I don’t blame Mr. Sanchez for mispronouncing Oisín while asking my question. (Phonetically it sounds like “usheen” – where the ‘ush’ sound is from the word usher and ‘een’ from the word sheen).

But it was worth it to hear a leading “no virus” proponent acknowledge iatrogenic killing of people was a major factor in the Spring 2020 surge of deaths. Because, in case you hadn’t noticed, they generally don’t go there.

Yes, they’ll boldly discuss how there being “no virus” has implications for virology, for medicine, for science. But somehow they avoid the glaringly obvious implication and consequent question: if there are no viruses then it can’t have been SARS-CoV-2 that killed all those people in Spring 2020 – and if it wasn’t a new virus that killed them, then what did?

From VSRF update June 13th, 2024 (video set to begin as my question is asked)