The Virus Is Your Fault, Says the Fauci Regime
You’ve heard it again and again:
The spread of the virus is your fault.
According to our opinion molders, any movements in the COVID-19 numbers are a reflection of the compliance, or otherwise, of the public with the usual array of the state’s so-called mitigation measures.
Now if we had any actual journalists, some of them would observe the absurdity of all this. After all, societies with little in common and remote from each other have seen exactly the same curves; we’re supposed to believe that this is because their peoples all complied, and then didn’t comply, and then complied again on exactly the same timetable?
Can people really be this thick?
Thus Elaine Godfrey at The Atlantic just wrote, “In November I wrote a story about how COVID-19 was overwhelming Iowa’s hospitals. Back then, public-health experts predicted another big surge after the holidays, but it never came. I went back to those experts to find out why.”
Those “experts” have been wrong over and over again, yet Godfrey still considers this mysterious.
She’d better follow up with these people who were totally wrong, ask them why they were totally wrong, and then uncritically repeat their answers to her audience.
Now she could have consulted people who have been right, and who have been critical of the public-health apparatus, to see if maybe these folks have some insight into why the always-wrong people were wrong yet again, but that would be journalism, and that is not Elaine Godfrey’s field.
No, instead she wrote a follow-up article called, “Iowans Were Scared into Taking the Virus Seriously.”
Yes, this is the best she can do: public-health officials did such a good job panicking about a “surge” that they persuaded people to c
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