COVID-19 And The Art Of The Con

There are a lot of people saying the reporting and concern around COVID-19 is hype. It’s only over-blown, mass hysteria, until you or a loved one is afflicted, then for those who weren’t listening, it becomes —

“Why didn’t they warn us?”
“Why didn’t they cancel the event?”
“Why didn’t someone do something?”

It is time to start listening to educated, experienced and trained professionals like Dr. Fauci and rely on the scientific data we have to date, and not the mysticism of a blathering buffoon who thinks he is an expert on everything, but only knows the art of the con. Sadly, if he pissed into a bowl in front of some people and told them it was water, they would lap it up. 


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