Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Alex Berenson: Many of the States Have Lockdown Benchmarks That Are Very Difficult to Meet

This is a great analysis of the current situation with the COVID-19 panic and the crazed power freaks in government that are herding their citizens in ways that don't make any sense.

 "Is it going to take people in the streets?" Alex Berenson asks.



1 comment:

  1. Berenson seems to believe that the "data" shows that lock-downs and masks are unnecessary and yet the "data" have been corrupted. In fact there are journalists and scientists who are comparing data from the U.S. with South Korea and New Zealand and saying that the data show that face masks and surveillance state tactics are necessary. Data can be used to show whatever you want. And beyond the bad data quality is the fact that accurately counting the number of cases and the number of deaths due to covid-19 is not possible. So whatever the "data" trends are suggesting is meaningless. Yes Ferguson is a hypocrite. But that's the least of our problems. A coercive decision making process epitomized by government mandates has turned a relatively minor virus season into a world-wide catastrophe. And Berenson ends by suggesting that the government should be more closely monitoring the nursing homes! The last thing needed is to focus government attention on the weakest among us. While the interview may provide some psychic "gotcha" pleasures, they are well offset by the blinding ignorance on display.