Friday, April 29, 2022

Fauci Thinks Arrogant Technocrats Should Trump the Rule of Law; Studies Prove that most politicians and experts handled COVID terribly, and other C-Virus related stories

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Fauci thinks arrogant technocrats should trump the rule of law:
Anthony Fauci was “surprised and disappointed” by last week’s ruling against the mask mandate for travelers issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “This is a CDC issue,” President Joe Biden’s top medical adviser told CNN. “It should not have been a court issue.”
Fauci, who objects to federalism as well as judicial review, embodies the mild-mannered arrogance of technocrats who assume their scientific expertise trumps the rule of law. Because they believe they know what is best for us, they are dismayed by any attempt to limit their influence or restrain their power.
Fauci did vaguely criticize the substance of US District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle’s decision, calling her reasoning “not sound” and “not particularly firm.” But his main point was that she had no business determining whether the CDC had complied with the law because courts should not be “getting involved in things that are unequivocally public-health decisions.”
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki concurred: “Public-health decisions shouldn’t be made by the courts. They should be made by public-health experts.”
But Mizelle did not make a public-health decision; she made a legal decision, based on her understanding of the relevant statute. Contrary to Psaki’s implication, courts are not only authorized but obligated to make such decisions, as she surely would have conceded had Mizelle ruled in the CDC’s favor. --->READ MORE HERE
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Studies prove that most politicians and experts handled COVID terribly:
During the 2020 election, multiple public health “experts” claimed President Trump had “blood on his hands” and was responsible for “preventable” loss of life. They expressed confidence that things would improve with a Biden administration, “which is likely to bring a science-based approach to containing the virus.” An editorial in the highly regarded and allegedly apolitical New England Journal of Medicine, wrote that “inappropriate government policies” were responsible for the deaths of tens of thousands, labeled the Trump administration as “dangerously incompetent” and directed its readers (without mentioning his name) to vote for Biden who would set things right.
Things didn’t work out that way.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has just released data showing that 60,000 more Americans died in 2021 from COVID-19 than in 2020. The rate of COVID-19 associated deaths in 2021 rose 20% from 2020, despite the benefit of vaccines that only became widely available in 2021, multiple new therapies, more clinical experience resulting in improved treatment protocols, and a nationwide travel mask mandate imposed immediately after Biden’s inauguration at the beginning of 2021.
The data highlight the failure of policies promoted by experts, in and outside of government, to effectively address COVID. Many of the policies lacked an evidentiary basis. Some ineffective, harmful policies were prolonged for political reasons.
We now know that, throughout 2021, the pandemic was mishandled: --->READ MORE HERE
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