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We Abandoned Science For Power

We Abandoned Science For Power

28 News 12/30/2021 2236

Concord, NH — Since the early days of the COVID-19 Pandemic, we have been told to follow the science. For two years, we have listened to the CDC, Dr. Anthony Fauci, and Dr. Deborah Birx, and we had blind faith in these people to lead us out of the black hole of COVID back to life as we knew it.

We trusted these people because they knew the answers to all of our questions, and they were the experts. These were the people who analyzed the data, studied the history of these viruses, and if they told us to Mask, we would Mask. If they told us to quarantine, we hunkered down. If they told us to Social Distance, we stayed away from our friends and relatives. If they told us to shut down the schools and economy, who were we to disagree?

We gave these people unlimited power, and they not only got drunk on that power, but they also craved more. We can blame ourselves for the powerless state that we find ourselves in.

The world surrendered to the few in the spring of 2020. We pulled the plug on our lives and shut down. We stopped working, traveling, worshipping, visiting, living for the two weeks needed to “flatten the curve.” Remember that phrase? We just needed 14 days to stop the spread and allow our healthcare system to get caught up. That 14 days was nearly 600 days ago and counting! We believed the story, took the bait, and could not spit out the hook.

We have left science behind. It is now about controlling the masses, and there is no end game in sight. The puppeteers are calling the shots. Mask mandates and vaccine IDs are their tools. They do not acknowledge that the risk factors are not equal across all demographics. We know that the elderly, overweight, and medically challenged are who we should be protecting.

By Ray Cardello. Read Full Article
Re-published with permission from The Liberty Loft

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