Our Top 10 Most Read Articles In 2021: Exposing The 'Mainstream' COVID Narrative
Although we cover a variety of topics at The Pulse, for the last year and a half articles pertaining to COVID have dominated our most read list.
Coming in at number one is a recent article about a petition made by Dr. Steven Pelech, a professor of Immunology and Neurology at the University of British Columbia. He started a petition to encourage the Canadian government to halt the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines in Canada for the reasons listed on the petition.
At number two, an article going in depth into the early claims that many politicians made regarding COVID being a "pandemic of the unvaccinated." This is not true, as we now have a plethora of science and data showing that COVID vaccines are not adequate when it comes to stopping the transmission of the virus. There are multiple examples listed throughout the article, and many more have emerged since we published it.
In Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, thousands of Amish families took a different approach to COVID-19. Their outcomes are a story you probably never heard anywhere in mainstream media.
In some cases, natural immunity has been labelled as a nonsensical "conspiracy theory." This is very odd, and it's strange how it's not included in health policy when the science behind natural COVID immunity is quite strong and robust. It's firmly established in scientific literature that natural COVID immunity is the strongest type of protection from the virus and its variants one can have.
Member of the European Parliament Christine Anderson (Germany) delivered a very powerful message at a news conference held in Strasbourg on October 21st called: “Defending fundamental rights by opposing the misuse of Digital Green Certificate.” Her speech went super viral across the internet.
A day after his first COVID vaccine, a man's heart rate rapidly increased and he started having extreme neurological issues. The father of two was left disabled and unable to work. His doctor refused to sign the Vaccine Injury Support Program form or acknowledge the issues as vaccine related. We conducted an exclusive interview with him.
A Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request was made by a group of professors, doctors and scientist called the Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency group. They requested that the FDA release data/documents it reviewed before approving the Pfizer vaccine.
The FDA has pushed back and requested it not be required to release the full set of documents until 2096. So far, the fraction of documents that have been released reveal that Pfizer was aware of more than 50,000 serious adverse reactions that may have been from the vaccine during the first 90 days of the vaccine rollout. A large portion of them were "medically confirmed."
As of Nov. 12, 2021, a total of 92,749 vaccine doses have been administered in Gibraltar. The population of Gibraltar is approximately 33,691. British health secretary Matt Hancock described Gibraltar as “the first nation in the world to complete its entire adult vaccination program” as it now has a vaccination rate over 100 percent for those who are eligible. It's one of many highly vaccinated regions and nations that is and has been experiencing exponential outbreaks throughout this pandemic.
Tens of millions of people around the globe have been protesting against vaccine mandates, mask mandates and lockdown measures. Very few of these mass protests receive wide scale attention on mainstream media.
Mainstream media did a very poor job covering these protests, and continues to do so. This is why many people whose main source of information is mainstream media remain completely unaware that this is happening, and has been happening throughout this pandemic.
Finally, the Indian government has declined the requests of U.S. companies and COVID vaccine manufacturers Pfizer & Moderna for legal protection over any side effects from the use of their shots. This information came along with India’s September 2021 announcement that they will not buy COVID-19 shots from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna.
Pfizer and Moderna trying to gain freedom from legal liability in India is no surprise. What is surprising is that the Indian government denied this request when vaccine manufacturers are already liability free in multiple countries like the US & Canada.
Indemnifying vaccine makers from liability has been a common theme throughout this pandemic. It allows manufacturers to get their products on the market faster, but it’s also a troublesome thought that there is no legal incentives for these companies to to create safe vaccines and really vet their product.