During this whole coronavirus pandemic, it seemed nobody was allowed to ask any questions. Nobody was allowed to question anything the approved consensus said on how to protect yourself from Covid or any questions on the medical treatments hundreds of doctors and scientists had brought up throughout this mess.
Don’t ask anything, because if you do, you’re branded a Covidiot, anti-vaxer, conspiracy theorist, nut, etc., which is the antithesis of what a democratic republic/a country that believes in questioning everything and freedom of speech that has been valued in this country has believed since its inception.
However, on May 13, the CDC announced those who are vaccinated (cleared two weeks after receiving the shot) didn’t have to wear masks inside buildings anymore.
Immediately, there was push back from the people who have been following the CDC and other government entities, such as the FDA, NIH, as well as the WHO.
And a question came to me, as many have throughout this whole pandemic.
Why are those people who berated everyone to follow the CDC and other public health authorities without exception now thumbing their noses at at least one of these organizations?
It’s a valid and reasonable question that I doubt anybody has answered yet.
What I’ve seen with regard to this is ….
So, I saw this Jimmy Dore Show video today, and I thank him for asking the same thing. More importantly, I thank excellent investigative reporter, Max Blumenthal, on what he says with regard to this subject. I believe he is spot on. Therefore, I’m sharing it here.
If this blog gets censured, it would be par for the course and prove my point on questioning anything on this subject. I’ve not said much at all about this pandemic since it started. But I can’t help but ask such questions. It’s common sense and not stupid to ask questions.
In reality, one should question everything and debate the issues with those who have the credentials to do so, i.e., doctors, scientists, etc. All should have been brought to the table on this, and every type of treatment should have been discussed and considered.
Historically in this country, we hardly ever learn from our errors. I’m not too confident we will this go around.
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