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    Deborah Leah Birx (born April 4, 1956) is an American physician and diplomat who served as the White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator under President Donald Trump from 2020 to 2021. Birx specializes in HIV/AIDS immunology, vaccine research, and global health. [1]

    • 1980–1994 (reserve), 1994–2008 (active)
    • Donald Trump
  2. Jul 22, 2022 · 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 ." PRESIDENT BIDEN TESTS...

  3. Aug 04, 2022 · Debi was Deborah Birx, the U.S. global AIDS coördinator. From 2005 to 2014, she led the C.D.C.’s Division of Global H.I.V./ AIDS (making her Yen Pottinger’s boss). Birx was known to be effective and data-driven, but also autocratic. Yen described her as “super dedicated,” adding, “She has stamina and she’s demanding, and that pisses people off.”

  4. Aug 05, 2022 · Deborah Birx, an immunologist and Army Colonel who worked for the Department of Defense and US Military on AIDS research, served as Directory of the CDC’s Division of Global HIV/AIDS and as the US Global AIDS Coordinator [ ref ], was appointed White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator on February 27th, 2020.

  5. so just to recap, here we have deborah birx—the woman who did more than almost any other person in the united states to promote and prolong covid lockdowns, silencing anyone who disagreed with her, to the incessant praise of mainstream media outlets—telling us she’d been inspired by all those images of wuhan residents falling dead and …

    • Robert Malone
  6. Jul 25, 2022 · In her new book “Silent Invasion,” Birx confesses she “devised” a “strategic sleight-of-hand” method of reporting she described as “subterfuge.” “This wasn’t the only bit of subterfuge I had to engage in,” she writes. Birx maintained, contrary to the White House and the CDC, that the asymptomatic spread of COVID-19 was significant.

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