Alberta Premier Danielle Smith said she’s interested to hear what COVID-19 vaccine skeptic Dr. Paul Alexander has to say to officials at Alberta Health Services.
“I’ve got a group of doctors advising me and I know that they’ve already reached out to Dr. Paul Alexander, so, I’m interested in hearing what he has to say,” Smith said.
Dr. Alexander was a medical advisor to former Republican President Donald Trump during the early days of the pandemic. He opposed the COVID vaccine and lockdown narrative that mainstream health authorities pushed.
In 2021, he said that kids should not receive the COVID vaccine.
“Why would they be placing parents in this position to vaccinate children with such low risk when this is an experimental vaccine?” he told Laura Ingraham on Fox News.
“Children have 70 to 80 more years more life to live — they could be devastated by these vaccines if something goes wrong.”
He also told Ingraham that the liability protection big pharma has from the vaccines impacts the decisions health authorities make when advising parents to vaccinate their kids.
Dr. Alexander also called the vaccine “COVID gene injection bioweapon.” He said waiting 14 days after vaccination to start counting individuals as “vaccinated” completely juked the stats.
“They re-defined what being vaccinated was. They told you for that fourteen fifteen day period post-shot you are still unvaccinated. And that was the key. Why did they do that? So that the public health officials in Canada could come to you and the media and deceive the public and tell you that this was a pandemic of the unvaccinated. That was a falsehood – a gross falsehood,” he said.
“So if you die from the vaccine [within 14 days post-vaccination] you are counted as unvaccinated.”
Earlier this year, Dr. Alexander claimed Pfizer offered him a bribe to go along with the pro-vaccine narrative.
“Pfizer offered me $1 million & $50,000 month wage; essentially to stop writing & hammering them/Bourla; I have had limited patchy broken income due to being cancelled, smeared; I said NO!” he said.
Critics such as Alberta’s NDP leader Rachel Notley called the decision to invite the doctor anti-science and conspiratorial.
“Danielle Smith is now consulting on public health with a man who described the lifesaving COVID-19 vaccine as a ‘bioweapon.’ This man should have NO place in our healthcare. We need a Government that supports science. #ableg #abhealth,” she tweeted.
Smith said that she would fire the province’s chief public health officer, Deena Hinshaw, and assemble a new team of health advisors.
“I appreciate the work that Dr. Deena Hinshaw has done, but I think we are in a new phase of treating COVID as endemic as we do influenza, so I will be developing a new team of public health advisors.”