Former 60 Minutes correspondent Lara Logan drops a bombshell on VSRF


by Steve Kirsch, Steve Kirsch’s newsletter:

Lara knows 20 people who died from the COVID vaccine but only 1 who died from the COVID virus. This means the vaccines, more likely than not, killed at least 5X as many people as the virus.

Former 60 Minutes correspondent Lara Logan knows only one person who died from COVID, but 20 who died from the vaccine.


Please click the image and listen for 2 minutes starting at 1:21:00. It’s worth it.

Assuming the vaccine and COVID killed equal numbers of people, the probability that Lara could observe 20 vaccine deaths vs. 1 COVID death is 1.6e-19.

In other words, it cannot happen by “bad luck” that you get those sorts of statistics if the vaccine killed a comparable number of people as the virus/hospitalization protocols.

AFAIK, there are really only two possibilities here:

  1. The vaccine killed at least 5X as many people as the virus (since expecting 5 and seeing 20 is possible).
  2. Lara is lying.

Which do you think is more likely?

You cannot make this stuff up. I was stunned. But Lara isn’t alone. I’ll guess many of you have equally impressive stories. Please share them in the comments!

You can do these calculations yourself

These calculations are trivial to do. poisson.sf(19,1) is for “expected 1 event but observed 19 events.”


Epidemiologists hate anecdotes like this.

Yet these anecdotes cannot exist if the vaccines are safe.

So either all these people are lying about what they see or the vaccines aren’t safe.

I’m going with the latter.

Poisson distributions never lie. Never.

Poisson distributions are math. And math never lies.

That’s just the way it goes.

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