This hits really close to home, unfortunately.
“It might sound crazy, but I’d rather go to Twitter and check out a few people I trust than take guidance from the CDC, or WHO, or Fauci,” Baca, the Colorado truck driver, told me. Other no-vaxxers offered similar appraisals of various Democrats and liberals, but they were typically less printable.
From here: What Are No-Vaxxers Thinking? – The Atlantic.
And these are the people they follow on Twitter or Facebook:
Berenson’s TV appearances are more misdirection than outright fiction, and his Twitter feed blends internet-y irony and scientific jargon in a way that may obscure what he’s actually saying.
The current score in the competition between non-senior pandemic deaths and conclusive vaccine deaths is 100,000–0.
One hundred thousand to zero. That might be the most important statistic in this whole mess. Berenson doesn’t tweet blatantly falsifiable statements about the vaccines every day. For the most part, he peddles doubt, laced with confusing and expert-sounding jargon, which may seem compelling at first but can’t survive contact with expert opinion.
From here: Alex Berenson: The Pandemic’s Wrongest Man – The Atlantic.
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