Sovren to present "The Viral Delusion" documentary series: the extraordinary untold story behind the pandemic

ATLANTA – In its mission of guaranteeing a free and open platform for independent media, Sovren is proud to announce that it will be hosting Mike Wallach’s new documentary series, The Viral Delusion.

A five-part series, The Viral Delusion explores the history of viral diseases — from polio to the plague, smallpox to AIDS — placing the SARS-Cov2 pandemic into a whole new light not as settled science, but a consequence of misunderstood biology.

“The Viral Delusion series is a deep dive into not only the narrative about the origins of Covid, but the history of narratives that have surrounded virology and disease going back many decades. This is a documentary that so carefully and meticulously provides other perspectives- perspectives that have been banned from conventional platforms,” said Ben Swann, founder and CEO of Sovren. “We are proud to present this series at Sovren, where it will not be flagged or removed. This documentary is a must-see and fits in perfectly with the vision of the Sovren platform.”

Wallach, the director of the film, is a screenwriter and executive producer with degrees from Cornell University and Columbia University. Before entering the film industry, Wallach served as a presidential management fellow in the State Department, where his reports were delivered directly to the White House, the Pentagon, and the National Security Council.

His first film, The Bay (2012), a critically acclaimed ecological thriller, was directed by Barry Levinson (Wag The Dog, Good Morning Vietnam), produced by Jason Blum and Steven Schneider, and distributed globally by Lionsgate Films. Wallach is currently also the screenwriter and executive producer of The Politics of Heroin, a script adapted from the classic non-fiction book of the same name.

“This is the story of the century,” says Wallach. "It's just absurd that numerous doctors and scientists have pointed out extraordinary and obvious flaws in the papers that were used to claim the pandemic and it's gone almost entirely unreported. I’m honored to be a part of sharing this story – it's vital to our health, our politics and our basic sanity, but in a sane world, major news outlets would have reported this from the beginning."

Sovren’s goal is “to create an uncensored, blockchain-based, decentralized news and entertainment platform with a funding mechanism for independent media.” For more information on Sovren’s work, please visit https://isegoria.com or contact Reed Cooley at reed@isegoria.com.