Federal Minister of Health Karl Lauterbach apparently not only has a large ego, but also great difficulties with the truth. Because according to a media report, he gave false information when applying for a professorship in order to get the position. In any case, the question arises how he can still be in office after his claims of a “side-effect-free” vaccination and the imposition of dictatorial measures without effect, but with catastrophic consequences for economy and society…
Karl Lauterbach, who was sold by the SPD as a “health expert” and who, especially in Corona times, could hardly be missing from a talk show, is repeatedly the focus of criticism. Not only has he never been a professor of epidemiology—he’s just a health economist. He had studied it at Harvard while his ex-wife was studying epidemiology there at the same time. As a health economist, you don’t really deal with viruses, bacteria and epidemics per se – only maybe with the economic impact of them. However, the lockdown fanatic doesn’t seem to have understood much about it during his studies either, given the disastrous effects of such measures.
But now the “Covid crying buoy” has another problem: when he applied for a professorship at the Eberhard Karls University in Tübingen in 1995, he obviously polished his CV. The then 32-year-old came back with his Doctor of Science degree from Harvard School of Public Health and wanted the job. That is why he claimed to be the head of a research project on breast cancer diagnostics and therapy in an oncology department in Aachen.
At the time, he claimed that this project had also been supported by the German government with two million marks. If he were to be hired, according to a report by “Welt”, he had promised the financially ailing university part of the money. However, according to the Aachen Oncology Center and the information from the federal government, this project never existed. Although there was a similar cancer study there, Karl Lauterbach was not one of the study authors.
According to the report, Lauterbach also claimed to have raised funds for a study at Princeton University in the US, which university staff disputes, and to have received 20,000 Deutschmarks for a book project that was ultimately never paid for, since he never finished the book. A decent series of false claims and euphemisms, which, if the “world” research should be correct, should actually destroy the last remnant of the crisis prophet’s credibility.
Apparently, Lauterbach tried earlier to boast about achievements that didn’t even exist. And someone like that is now the Federal Minister of Health and is therefore responsible for the German health system… But will “Cum-Ex-Scholz” cut him off?
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