Denis Rancourt vs Panda (Nick Hudson)
More drama on the Internet
I don’t normally like an emotional tit for tat between two guys who I respect for standing up to the Covid Narrative, but today I was sent a tweet by Denis Rancourt regarding an event that took place late in 2020. It’s one of those few stories where nobody really disputes the facts, but rather the interpretation and motives involved.
As it turns media pressure during the early months of the Covid19 Pandemic was building on the organization PANDA, because of a critical article that Denis Rancourt wrote titled “Measures do not prevent deaths, transmission is not by contact, masks provide no benefit, vaccines are inherently dangerous: Review update of recent science relevant to COVID-19 policy”. At that time Rancourt was a member of PANDA.
The line “vaccines are inherently dangerous” seems to be what trigged a lot of emotion, media attacks and and the eventual resignation of several scientists from PANDA’s advisory board.
Obviously they panicked about the statement.
The details are in the tweet below,
Hudson agrees that media pressure was building on the rest of his board, he agrees that he took down the document as many of the scientists involved felt uneasy about it. According to him the event led to a panic reaction, took place late at night and led to the resignation of Panda’s advisory board. Panda did pull down the article without consulting Rancourt before they did so, but Hudson wanted to talk with him about it the next morning, an opportunity that Denis refused.
Rancourt, obviously disappointed, took Hudson’s actions as a sign of censorship and since then refused to engage with Panda. Hudson does say (and Rancourt didn’t mention it in his tweet).
“That he was eventually willing to put it back online”.
Rancourt calls it “cowardly censorship”, Hudson thinks that it is an “overreaction on his part”.
I am not sure what to make of it?
Will Rancourt accept an apology?
The audio and details of the conversation is in the link below.
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