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  2. Dr. Deborah Birx says she 'knew' COVID vaccines would not ...

    www.foxnews.com/media/dr-deborah-birx-knew-covid...

    Former White House COVID response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx said she "knew" that COVID-19 vaccines "were not going to protect against infection" Friday on "Your World ...

  3. Deborah Birx Calls out Race Mistakes in Handling ... - Newsweek

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    Dr. Deborah Birx has said mistakes have been made in the response to the latest monkeypox outbreak. She told Newsweek racial issues emerged from the onset of the first cases in the U.K. in May ...

  4. Trump swayed by ‘dangerous ideas’ about coronavirus, Birx ...

    www.washingtonpost.com/health/2022/06/23/deborah...

    Deborah Birx, who was tapped to coordinate the Trump administration’s coronavirus response in February 2020 but quickly lost favor with the president, on Thursday painted a picture of wide ...

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  6. Birx’s Book Damages Trump and Disqualifies Pence - The ...

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    Nuts like Deborah Birx have to be swept out of the government before they have the opportunity to destroy the country. And if they can’t be identified so quickly, they’ve got to be quickly ...

  7. And while “little people” continue to be banned by social media for questioning or even discussing the effectiveness of the vaccines, vaccination, complete with vaccine passports, is mandatory in many states – yet, people like former White House Covid response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx are free to offer their opinion.

  8. Birx: Biden Admin Was ‘Hoping,’ Not Lying, When It Said ...

    dailycaller.com/2022/06/23/deborah-birx-joe...

    Birx was testifying before the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis when she was pressed by Republican Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan about whether the government had lied about COVID-19 vaccines. He referenced numerous claims from 2021 in which federal health agencies and officials said vaccinated people can’t catch or spread COVID-19.