Kelly Brogan says ‘it’s not possible to prove that any given pathogen has induced death’
A Goop contributor’s social media posts are being removed after she claimed that coronavirus may not exist and that deaths from the virus are likely caused by fear.
According to Kelly Brogan, a “holistic psychiatrist,” according to her website, who has previously written blog posts and Q&A‘s for Goop and appeared as an expert on panels for Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle brand, she doesn’t think the virus is real because she doesn’t believe in “germ-based contagion”.
Brogan shared her reasoning in lengthy videos shared to social media last week, as reported by The Daily Beast.
In one video titled: “What Is Going On?” which is still available to view on Vimeo, Brogan says that deaths attributed to the virus are “likely being accelerated by the fear itself”.
“And I’m sure you understand that, the role of fear in all this,” Brogan says.