Lockdowns: Which ‘Experts’ Were Right?
David Catron, The American Spectator
The pattern was repeated across the nation: Long lockdowns kill people. Dr. Fauci, when it was possible to get him to commit to a single position two days in a row, was usually wrong. His latest flip-flop has involved school reopenings. Meanwhile, Drs. Ioannidis, Osterholm, and Wittkowski have been vindicated despite relentless criticism from the media and deplatforming. “Following the science” is much like it was in Galileo’s day. Recant your heresy or be canceled at the stake.