Prologue: Mark Steyn mentions a paywalled Telegraph article, Wuhan scientists planned to release coronavirus particles into cave bats, leaked papers reveal. It can also be found here. It's a good thing there's still some journalism going on in Britain. It isn't happening here. Chimeras, Cleavage and Bounced CzechsNew documents show that just 18 months before… Continue reading Hold my bier!
They might have gotten away with it if their Lancet published letter hadn't insisted on a "willing suspension of disbelief".* The now-infamous letter, signed by 27 leading public health experts, said they stood together to 'strongly condemn' the theories which they said 'do nothing but create fear, rumours, and prejudice'.'Prejudice' here is just a stand-in… Continue reading Unsettling
It started out with "noble" lies: The CCP virus is not much threat to Americans (the Chinese say no evidence it's airborne, and they're still sending flights out of Wuhan); masks are unnecessary for the public (well, that's wrong, but the public can't be trusted with the real reason); the virus was not engineered (at… Continue reading Mendastasizing mistrust in science
I do not watch television news, but I suspect the story of Senator Rand Paul's questioning of Dr. Anthony Fauci, if covered at all, is generally of the form "Ignorant Senator smears Hero Doctor." An alternative headline would be "Practicing MD challenges career bureaucrat." The exchange itself was rancorous and somewhat confusing. Dr. Fauci ended… Continue reading Semantigans
Nice short summary of Fauci Fraud. Fauci In 2012: Gain-Of-Function Research 'Worth Risk Of Lab Accident Sparking Pandemic' | ZeroHedge In which he is quoted in response to questions from Rand Paul:"We have not funded gain of function research on this virus in the Wuhan Institute of Virology," he added. No matter how many times… Continue reading Bloody handed little weasel