by Sharon Rondeau
(Jan. 19, 2023) — In a newsletter promoting the weekly Thursday-evening presentation of the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation (VSRF), founder and entrepreneur Steve Kirsch reported that the film, “Anecdotals,” featuring individuals who lost loved ones to or were seriously injured from a COVID-19 vaccine, was “predictably” banned after its release on YouTube but that the decision was reversed for an unknown reason.
“For the past three years, we have been disheartened by story after story of brilliant, well-informed Americans canceled, censored, and deplatformed for sharing inconvenient and unfortunate truths about Covid policies,” Kirsch’s newsletter states. “This Thursday on the VSRF Weekly Update, we will hear the stories of three courageous individuals who are building a better, non-cancelable America.
“Jennifer Sharp is an award-winning filmmaker whose most recent documentary, Anecdotals, gives a glimpse into the lives of people (including herself) who face debilitating adverse effects from the Covid-19 vaccines. Something very extraordinary happened with this documentary recently. After YouTube predictably banned it, they then reversed this decision. This may be the very first documentary on Covid-19 vaccine injuries ever allowed on the platform.”
A Silicon Valley entrepreneur, researcher and philanthropist, Kirsch retired from his profitable businesses at the outset of the pandemic and founded the COVID-19 Early Treatment Fund (CETF) with the purpose of finding a therapeutic or therapeutics for the virus which causes COVID-19.
In 2020, the CETF sponsored a study to determine whether fluvoxamine might be effective in combating the virus, to which governments reacted by the wholesale closure of businesses, schools, and many leisure activities such as gyms and parks. Local, state and national governments additionally issued mask mandates, promoted telehealth over in-person appointments and encouraged “social distancing” with the goal of “stopping the spread” of the dreaded disease originating in Wuhan, China.
To the exclusion of all other possible forms of treatment, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), National Institutes of Health (NIH), and U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) urged Americans to “stay safe” at home until the arrival of an effective “vaccine,” developed at “warp speed” under a project of that name touted by then-President Trump.
On Saturday, vaccine-skeptic and natural-medicine proponent Dr. Joseph Mercola recommended “Anecdotals” in a column in his daily newsletter.
From the CETF, Kirsch founded the VSRF after becoming alarmed that the COVID-19 “vaccines” were causing grave injuries and possibly death based on anecdotal information he received from acquaintances. Twice vaccinated himself, he is now a prolific writer and considers himself a “journalist” seeking answers as to why the CDC, FDA and NIH will not acknowledge the growing evidence of serious and possibly permanent disabilities resulting from the injections.
This week’s guests, Kirsch wrote, will be Jennifer Sharp, “Anecdotals” producer and one of the vaccine-injured, and former Levi’s executive Jennifer Sey and her husband, Daniel Kotzin.
In 2021, Sey left her lucrative position at Levi’s as “brand president” after a 20-year career and on a path to become CEO to protest prolonged school closures. At the same time, Sey forfeited a $1 million severance package which would have imposed a gag on her ability to speak her mind. She is author of the book, “Levi’s Unbuttoned,” published in November.
“The fight for health freedom is the great human rights struggle of our time,” he tweeted on Thursday afternoon. “The ‘anti-vaxxers’ have been at the front lines protecting all of us for many years. We owe them a debt of gratitude.”
In addition to YouTube, “Anecdotals” can be viewed on its own website.