Dr. Scott Atlas, a former White House coronavirus advisor, is back and speaking out against the so-called “medical experts” at the CDC saying that they are “consistently inconsistent.”
He says that medical experts like Dr. Fauci and Dr. Rochelle Walensky at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are distorting the data so much that they are no longer relying on the science, they’re denying the science. He calls them “pseudoscientists” and that they’ve been exposed as “nonexperts” for their inconsistencies and distortions of the data.
He is now concerned that the mixed messages have created a “tremendously damaged, fearful public”, some of whom will need psychological help to undo the damage.
Dr. Atlas, in contrast to Dr. Fauci, has been consistent from the beginning because he has relied on science.
Laura Ingraham asks Dr. Atlas about the new push to vaccinate children as young as 5. He says that children who are at high-risk should get vaccinated, but healthy children are at very low risk of serious illness. He advises informing yourself, and consulting with your doctor.
Dr Scott Atlas: Fauci and CDC inconsistent guidance has tremendously damaged a fearful public. pic.twitter.com/GjWCcLaJrZ
— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) May 20, 2021
Dr. Atlas has said what he thinks, often openly contradicting Dr. Fauci and the “experts” at the CDC. Last October, Dr. Atlas was censored on Twitter for posting tweets with links to studies backing up his claim that mask mandates aren’t as effective as the experts claim.
How refreshing to hear a doctor who isn’t a prevaricating authoritarian smurf who flip-flops on mask mandates and revels in post-vaccination COVID theater.
It’s unfortunate that as Dr. Atlas has been sidelined and called a “mass murderer” by critics for opposing some of the pandemic mitigation measures like lockdowns that have destroyed lives, but Dr. Fauci has been lauded by the Corporate Media despite being consistently wrong throughout the pandemic and rather cagey when answering direct questions by Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) about the National Institute of Health (NIH) funding and collaboration with the “gain of function” research in Wuhan, China.
But then, we shouldn’t be surprised that the Corporate Media is calling good evil and evil good.
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