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Dr. Regina Watteel’s Motivation to Investigate
- Dr. Regina Watteel’s investigation into fraudulent data was triggered by the impact of mandates and restrictions on her family in fall 2021.
- The stringent measures like vaccine passports and mandates for various activities created a challenging and isolating environment for many Canadians.
- The Omicron Surge in December 2021, despite high vaccination rates, led to increased cases and hospitalizations, prompting the government to enforce further restrictions.
Dr. Regina Watteel’s investigation stemmed from personal experiences with the harsh mandates faced by her family due to the pandemic policies.
Flaws in the Data Study and Policy Implications
- Government relied on a misleading study suggesting unvaccinated individuals posed a threat to the vaccinated, influencing policy decisions.
- The study was not based on actual population data but on a fabricated mathematical model, leading to inaccurate conclusions.
- The government used this flawed data to justify stringent mandates and restrictions, further exacerbating the situation.
The government’s policy decisions were built on a flawed study, creating unjust consequences for the population based on misleading information.
Uncovering Academic Misinformation and Corruption
- Dr. Watteel’s persistence in challenging the fraudulent study showcased the deep-rooted academic misinformation surrounding pandemic policies.
- Academic institutions failed to retract the study, perpetuating the false narrative and indicating complicity in the deception.
- The involvement of research institutions in promoting fraudulent data highlighted systemic issues beyond just governmental failures.
Dr. Watteel’s investigation revealed a concerning level of academic corruption and complicity in perpetuating flawed data for policy implementation.
Trudeau using fraudulent data to impose lockdowns
- Multiple researchers and scientists in Canada, including the speaker, sought corrections or retractions from a journal regarding fraudulent data used to justify lockdowns, but their requests were largely ignored.
- The speaker engaged with the University of Toronto, which has a department for research integrity, to address the fraudulent data issue.
- Despite initial denial and deflection by the University of Toronto, further evidence of fraud led to the closure of the case without proper investigation.
- Attempts to involve the funding agency, CIHR, in investigating the researchers and setting the record straight due to the data being used in Parliament to extend restrictions were fruitless, with leadership opting not to pursue the matter.
“I asked them to investigate the researchers and to set the record straight because it had been used in our Parliament to justify extending the travel restrictions.”
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