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Some Covid Links

Scott Atlas asks if the truth about Covid-19 restrictions will ever prevail. Two slices:

Here’s the reality — almost all states and major cities, with a handful of exceptions, have implemented severe restrictions for many months, including closures of businesses and in-person school, mobility restrictions and curfews, quarantines, limits on group gatherings, and mask mandates dating back to at least the summer.  These measures did not significantly change the typical pattern or damage from the SARS2 virus.  President Biden openly admitted as much in his speech to the nation on Jan. 22, when he said “there is nothing we can do to change the trajectory of the pandemic in the next several months.”  Instead of rethinking the results of implemented policies, many want to blame those who opposed lockdowns and mandates for the failure of the very lockdowns and mandates that were widely implemented.


America is now a country where differing interpretations of science in order to seek the truth is the new anathema.  I fear that “the science” has been seriously damaged, and many have simply become fatigued by the arguments.  That is even worse, because fatigue will allow fallacy to triumph over truth. Perhaps Harvard Medical School Professor Martin Kulldorff was correct when he lamented, “After 300 years, the Age of Enlightenment has ended.”

The Times of London blatantly misrepresents the impact of Covid. (Among the chief ways that Covid Derangement Syndrome spreads is that the pathogen causes the media to become even more sensationalist and irresponsible than usual, which in turn enables the pathogen to infect and distort the minds of millions.)

Too Many Experts, Too Little Knowledge“.

For those of you who doubt the tyranny of Covid lockdowns, Jordan Schachtel has some news that you might wish to consult.

And for those of you who doubt the cruelty and utter derangement of Covid lockdowns, Charles Oliver reports on an incident that you might wish to learn about.

Katherine Mangu-Ward talks with Brown University economist Emily Oster about Covid and schooling.

Mark Ellse works to put the U.K.’s Covid death toll in proper perspective.

Covid lockdowns have revived the speakeasy! (HT Phil Magness)

Here’s a screenshot from Phil Magness’s Facebook page – a screenshot that does not speak well of Anthony Fauci.


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