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  1. #1229
    It would be easy to say that lies have dictated USA politics for way too long, which it has, but that would make a special case of US politics. I imagine lies have dictated politics in nearly every country for too long. Its very said to say that honest politicians are a very rare breed.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Well shit. I am from USA and I am neither. On election day I go with whoever is best for my needs at the time. Like I am for guns (which the Reps are but Dems are trying to get rid of) and pro weed (which the Dems claim to be but Biden ain't got the shit legalized yet.) But like you said they are both full of shit.

  2. #1228
    Quote Originally Posted by JustTK  [View Original Post]
    I am not from USA so I am neither Dem or Rep, but I can say that I think both parties are disgusting and I would vote for neither
    Well shit. I am from USA and I am neither. On election day I go with whoever is best for my needs at the time. Like I am for guns (which the Reps are but Dems are trying to get rid of) and pro weed (which the Dems claim to be but Biden ain't got the shit legalized yet.) But like you said they are both full of shit.

  3. #1227
    Unfortunatelly you are making far too many false assumptions about me, and accusing me of positions that I don't have, to even bother to respond to your criticism.

    I get the impression that you can only see things thru a Dem / Rep US-centric lens, and any other views dont make sense to you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie97  [View Original Post]
    Yes you are dodging, and are simply wrong on this one. If Sweden falls then so do all the anti-maskers, Covid denier conspiracy theorists, etc. So they must twist themselves in knots trying to prop the country up. Watching it is both sad and comical.

    Sweden has far more in common with its Nordic neighbors than the rest of Europe thus making the comparisons more valid. And you've yet to point out any major differences between the Nordics, most notably Sweden, Demark, and Norway that would explain the gross disparities in Covid deaths, other than of course Covid policy. The common variables would be population densities, the existence of major urban centers with inbound and outbound international travel, transportation, and cultures. As to the immigrants, all three countries mentioned have accepted plenty of refugees from the Middle East. Sweden has welcomed the most, but not a volume enough to begin to account for the findings. For example 14.1% of Norway's residents have an immigrant background, while in Sweden it's 20%. Yet Sweden has 18+ times the number of Covid deaths but only double the total population. Now you can run form this to Belgium or France, or even Peru like Elvis, but you only demonstrate to an audience of mongers that you don't know how to do science.

    To put it bluntly you have an agenda or are just stupid. I gave you the benefit of the doubt and assumed the former. The former can possibly be fixed while the latter cannot. Any immunologist worth his salt would compare Sweden to it's Nordic neighbors before other countries in Europe or Peru because that's where by far the most common and significant variables exist. To argue otherwise is at best ignorant.

    And of course here come the very predictable logical fallacies. No one has suggested that anyone hide in a cave for two years. Norway and Demark didn't, yet while having very similar societies have a small fraction of the Covid deaths, the former 789, the latter 2520, while Sweden has 14,525. There's nothing reasonable about accepting all these excess deaths with lax policy chasing herd immunity. They fucked up. And in a word, screw your liberty to get in people's faces maskless during a once in a hundred years pandemic. Lives are more important. Also your car analogy is another fallacy, as like successful Covid protocols, we do take actions to deter auto deaths, vehicle safety, recalls, speed limits, seat belt laws, etc.

    That said, this is my last Covid post in a monger forum. I've been indulging over a year now so have done my duty. Wink. Plus once you unravel all the Fox News esque nonsense a new one comes along repeating it over again. I have better things to do than go in circles.

  4. #1226
    I am not from USA so I am neither Dem or Rep, but I can say that I think both parties are disgusting and I would vote for neither Fauci has been caught lying so many times now, for both sides. I believe his lies have directly led to to the deaths of many people and he should be locked away for a very long time. He won't be of course bcos he worked for US government and that would be a crazy idea!

    When covid first broke, we all heard the idea that it was a lab leak. It sounded like a wild conspiracy theory at the time, and once Trump got behind it, I wrote it off as such. But recent evidence, as you point out, clearly show that CDC were funding research in to virus transmission between bats and humans. They were paying a Wuhan lab to do this for them. Fauci has admitted this. Si it now seems highly plausible that the virus came from a lab leak. I can't say I am certain but I am willing to believe the evidence, and I believe both China and USA is covering that up. As ever, the public is being sold a lie to cover up huge mistakes by powerful people. All descent is shut down, as it has been throughout the pandemic. But slowly the truth seems to be taking shape.

    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    Paulie et al are going to believe Fauci and the CDC are heroes because they are Democratic douches. You show them the research, even from a heavily Democratic leaning university like Stanford, and they are not going to change their minds. What they do not get is that the Biden Administration is getting ready to cut Fauci loose.
    ...
    It really is fucking disgusting but I doubt it is going to change the minds of anyone. It seems like everyone just wants confirmation bias at this point.

  5. #1225

    P.S. Forgot

    Of course having laws in place in no way assures enforcement and compliance. In fact a good portion of road deaths are the results of non-compliance, texting while driving, speeding, drunk driving, or operating an unsafe vehicle. To go leaping around the globe comparing very different societies to that of the Nordics while assuming broad compliance with Covid mandates in such countries is simply asinine. That especially holds true when leaping to South America, but hey maybe an eye doctor with a political agenda like Rand Paul would do it. Some mongers will do it as we've seen, but this point needs to be out there once more though it's already been made by me and others many times over the last year. It's very clear, Norway and Denmark did things in the matter of Covid that Sweden didn't, thus the drastically superior results as we come into the vaccines. No it wasn't inevitable that many millions die until natural herd immunity is achieved. The true scientists had it right, the fools and otherwise political ideologues wrong. The US is living proof of the value of the vaccines, and all the better if more MAGA morons would do the right thing for themselves and other and take the shots.

  6. #1224

    Well

    Quote Originally Posted by JustTK  [View Original Post]
    I am not sure what you think I am dodging.
    Yes you are dodging, and are simply wrong on this one. If Sweden falls then so do all the anti-maskers, Covid denier conspiracy theorists, etc. So they must twist themselves in knots trying to prop the country up. Watching it is both sad and comical.

    Quote Originally Posted by JustTK  [View Original Post]
    You also seem to imply that you should be able to make direct comparisons between Sweden and say Finland or Norway, as if they share smthg more in common with each other than simple geographic location. But there are big differences too, which help explain differences and make comparisons w the rest of Europe fairer. Such as the number of low income immigrants who are more at risk to COVID.
    Sweden has far more in common with its Nordic neighbors than the rest of Europe thus making the comparisons more valid. And you've yet to point out any major differences between the Nordics, most notably Sweden, Demark, and Norway that would explain the gross disparities in Covid deaths, other than of course Covid policy. The common variables would be population densities, the existence of major urban centers with inbound and outbound international travel, transportation, and cultures. As to the immigrants, all three countries mentioned have accepted plenty of refugees from the Middle East. Sweden has welcomed the most, but not a volume enough to begin to account for the findings. For example 14.1% of Norway's residents have an immigrant background, while in Sweden it's 20%. Yet Sweden has 18+ times the number of Covid deaths but only double the total population. Now you can run form this to Belgium or France, or even Peru like Elvis, but you only demonstrate to an audience of mongers that you don't know how to do science.

    Quote Originally Posted by JustTK  [View Original Post]
    I am not sure what you mean by posturing / lying etc. Who is supposed to have been doing that? I cannot comment bcos I don't understand what your saying.
    To put it bluntly you have an agenda or are just stupid. I gave you the benefit of the doubt and assumed the former. The former can possibly be fixed while the latter cannot. Any immunologist worth his salt would compare Sweden to it's Nordic neighbors before other countries in Europe or Peru because that's where by far the most common and significant variables exist. To argue otherwise is at best ignorant.

    Quote Originally Posted by JustTK  [View Original Post]
    Sweden did have pandemic measures in place. Its just that it remained more open. It valued liberty above authoritarian rules. It has done better than average in Europe. Significant when you consider it beat many countries with much stricter measures. I would never claim that is has the lowest death rate. That would be preposterous given the stats. However, I would say it struck a very good balance between liberty and risk. Of course, we could eliminate the virus if we all lived in our own caves for 2 years and threw away the keys. Justlike you could eliminate road deaths if you ban vehicles. But no one thinks that is a reasonable balance between liberty and risk.
    And of course here come the very predictable logical fallacies. No one has suggested that anyone hide in a cave for two years. Norway and Demark didn't, yet while having very similar societies have a small fraction of the Covid deaths, the former 789, the latter 2520, while Sweden has 14,525. There's nothing reasonable about accepting all these excess deaths with lax policy chasing herd immunity. They fucked up. And in a word, screw your liberty to get in people's faces maskless during a once in a hundred years pandemic. Lives are more important. Also your car analogy is another fallacy, as like successful Covid protocols, we do take actions to deter auto deaths, vehicle safety, recalls, speed limits, seat belt laws, etc.

    That said, this is my last Covid post in a monger forum. I've been indulging over a year now so have done my duty. Wink. Plus once you unravel all the Fox News esque nonsense a new one comes along repeating it over again. I have better things to do than go in circles.

  7. #1223
    Quote Originally Posted by JustTK  [View Original Post]
    Also if you scratch a little under the surface with what happened in Sweden, you will find that the government made huge mistakes with old age people's homes and there were many deaths there in the early months. These deaths would have happened had Sweden locked down or not.
    And that is what led to the higher death rates early on. We had the governor of New York here make the same mistake.

    Quote Originally Posted by JustTK  [View Original Post]
    Sweden did have pandemic measures in place. Its just that it remained more open. It valued liberty above authoritarian rules. It has done better than average in Europe. Significant when you consider it beat many countries with much stricter measures. I would never claim that is has the lowest death rate. That would be preposterous given the stats. However, I would say it struck a very good balance between liberty and risk. Of course, we could eliminate the virus if we all lived in our own caves for 2 years and threw away the keys. Justlike you could eliminate road deaths if you ban vehicles. But no one thinks that is a reasonable balance between liberty and risk.
    Wow, we have quite the rational poster on the forum for a change.

    Paulie et al are going to believe Fauci and the CDC are heroes because they are Democratic douches. You show them the research, even from a heavily Democratic leaning university like Stanford, and they are not going to change their minds. What they do not get is that the Biden Administration is getting ready to cut Fauci loose.

    The two big pieces of recent news were the release of Fauci's emails. These emails were requested in part by the Democratic newspaper The Washington Post and released by the Biden administration. And the other was a Washington Post reporter clearly being fed information by the Biden administration.

    What has happened is the WP prints up stories that the email release was nothing for the Democratic douches to get drunk over. In reality, Jeff Bezos, the owner of the Washington Post, banned the selling of Fauci's book on Amazon, the company he started, on the basis of what was in the emails.

    If you go to the 2:30 of this video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqhKlkkc2Eo ,you will see a Washington Post reporter release the breaking news that Fauci started back gain of function virus research in the lab on his own after the Obama-Biden administration told him to stop it. It is pretty clear to me that he was given that information by the Biden administration and told not to blame Trump even though the reporter has been critical of Trump throughout his interview.

    The real smoking gun is more like a stick of dynamite in that you need two parts, the dynamite and a match. This reporter's comment was the match.

    The dynamite was Fauci's own words. See the link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3484390/.

    Consider this hypothetical scenario: an important gain-of-function experiment involving a virus with serious pandemic potential is performed in a well-regulated, world-class laboratory by experienced investigators, but the information from the experiment is then used by another scientist who does not have the same training and facilities and is not subject to the same regulations. In an unlikely but conceivable turn of events, what if that scientist becomes infected with the virus, which leads to an outbreak and ultimately triggers a pandemic? Many ask reasonable questions: given the possibility of such a scenario—however remote—should the initial experiments have been performed and / or published in the first place, and what were the processes involved in this decision?

    Scientists working in this field might say—as indeed I have said—that the benefits of such experiments and the resulting knowledge outweigh the risks. It is more likely that a pandemic would occur in nature, and the need to stay ahead of such a threat is a primary reason for performing an experiment that might appear to be risky. However, we must respect that there are genuine and legitimate concerns about this type of research, both domestically and globally. We cannot expect those who have these concerns to simply take us, the scientific community, at our word that the benefits of this work outweigh the risks, nor can we ignore their calls for greater transparency, their concerns about conflicts of interest, and their efforts to engage in a dialog about whether these experiments should have been performed in the first place. Those of us in the scientific community who believe in the merits of this work have the responsibility to address these concerns thoughtfully and respectfully.

    End of quote. So here you have Fauci as the hero of the pandemic when in fact he actually caused it. This fucker on his own assessed risk: benefit for the whole world.

    And there were two competing theories for the origin of the virus. It was made by nature and it was made in the lab and leaked from the lab.

    As the Washington Post reporter said, one of the other villains was Fauci's henchman Peter Daszak. He is the guy who funded Corona virus research in China, did the sham inspection of the Wuhan lab, and is the organizer of the paper written in Lancet that dismissed Covid 19 came from a lab. He sent an email to Fauci thanking him for pushing the natural origin theory with Covid 19. He and Fauci even got the tech companies to censor the lab leak theory.

    Not that this is going to convince the Democratic douches of anything, but the video of the day is this complete scumbag Daszak bragging about the creation of the deadly strain of Covid-19. See the link: https://thenationalpulse.com/exclusi...coronaviruses/.

    It really is fucking disgusting but I doubt it is going to change the minds of anyone. It seems like everyone just wants confirmation bias at this point.

  8. #1222
    I am not sure what you think I am dodging. I wasnt asked any questions so I was not in a position to dodge, and I didn't make any claims about anything other than giving an explanation as to why Sweden had a high death rate early on.

    You also seem to imply that you should be able to make direct comparisons between Sweden and say Finland or Norway, as if they share smthg more in common with each other than simple geographic location. But there are big differences too, which help explain differences and make comparisons w the rest of Europe fairer. Such as the number of low income immigrants who are more at risk to COVID.

    I am not sure what you mean by posturing / lying etc. Who is supposed to have been doing that? I cannot comment bcos I don't understand what your saying.

    Sweden did have pandemic measures in place. Its just that it remained more open. It valued liberty above authoritarian rules. It has done better than average in Europe. Significant when you consider it beat many countries with much stricter measures. I would never claim that is has the lowest death rate. That would be preposterous given the stats. However, I would say it struck a very good balance between liberty and risk. Of course, we could eliminate the virus if we all lived in our own caves for 2 years and threw away the keys. Justlike you could eliminate road deaths if you ban vehicles. But no one thinks that is a reasonable balance between liberty and risk.

    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie97  [View Original Post]
    You aren't scratching anything but dodging the issue just like your boy Elvirus. The early nursing home deaths were in the few thousands while Sweden's total Covid deaths approach 15,000, their neighbor Norway less then a thousand, Demark about 2,500, both of very similar demographics and both of which of course also have nursing homes. Masks and social distancing and similar protocols work when applied, bottom line. That's in spite of all the posturing, lying, Covid denialism, liberty over lives nonsense in the failed effort to save Trump's presidency. And the poster boy of all this Sweden, is also a failure. Now it's time to get shots in arms and move on. Those who cooperated in preserving lives until the vaccines could be developed are to be applauded.

  9. #1221

    My own country is the retard capital of the world.

    USA Centers for Disease Control.

    Colombia Very High Risk (level 4).

    USA High Risk (level 3).

    China Low Risk (level 1).

    The place it all started is Low Risk! Why? Because they (China) said so.

    https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019...l-notices.html

    If I had the money (1 mil) I would never return. Unlike all the celebrities that said it. I would do it in a heartbeat.

  10. #1220

    Well

    Quote Originally Posted by JustTK  [View Original Post]
    Also if you scratch a little under the surface with what happened in Sweden, you will find that the government made huge mistakes with old age people's homes and there were many deaths there in the early months. These deaths would have happened had Sweden locked down or not. If you discount those early once-off deaths, Sweden actually had a very good record compared to nearly all European countries. Comes with having an effective public health system.
    You aren't scratching anything but dodging the issue just like your boy Elvirus. The early nursing home deaths were in the few thousands while Sweden's total Covid deaths approach 15,000, their neighbor Norway less then a thousand, Demark about 2,500, both of very similar demographics and both of which of course also have nursing homes. Masks and social distancing and similar protocols work when applied, bottom line. That's in spite of all the posturing, lying, Covid denialism, liberty over lives nonsense in the failed effort to save Trump's presidency. And the poster boy of all this Sweden, is also a failure. Now it's time to get shots in arms and move on. Those who cooperated in preserving lives until the vaccines could be developed are to be applauded.

  11. #1219
    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    Got that douche? What Sweden did was as effective as England, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and the United States. Why do you morons keep repeating these strict interventions worked?
    Also if you scratch a little under the surface with what happened in Sweden, you will find that the government made huge mistakes with old age people's homes and there were many deaths there in the early months. These deaths would have happened had Sweden locked down or not. If you discount those early once-off deaths, Sweden actually had a very good record compared to nearly all European countries. Comes with having an effective public health system.

  12. #1218

    Feel free to opine

    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    Can you Democratic read?

    https://www.outkick.com/stanford-stu...t-home-orders/

    A group of researchers at Stanford published a peer-reviewed study earlier this month assessing the impact of lockdowns and stay-at-home orders what they refer to as non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) in early 2020. The study did not find evidence to support that NPIs were effective in preventing the spread.

    "In summary, we fail to find strong evidence supporting a role for more restrictive NPIs in the control of COVID in early 2020," the study concludes. "We do not question the role of all public health interventions, or of coordinated communications about the epidemic, but we fail to find an additional benefit of stay-at-home orders and business closures. The data cannot fully exclude the possibility of some benefits.

    Now this is from the study paper itself, https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/...1111/eci.13484.

    Implementing any NPIs was associated with significant reductions in case growth in 9 out of 10 study countries, including South Korea and Sweden that I'm-plemented only lrNPIs (Spain had a nonsignificant effect). After subtracting the epi-demic and lrNPI effects, we find no clear, significant beneficial effect of mrNPIs on case growth in any country. While small benefits cannot be excluded, we do not find significant benefits on case growth of more restrictive NPIs. Similar reductions in case growth may be achievable with less- restrictive interventions.
    https://amgreatness.com/2021/06/06/a...anthony-fauci/

  13. #1217

    Jajajaaaaaa

    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    Can you Democratic read?

    https://www.outkick.com/stanford-stu...t-home-orders/

    A group of researchers at Stanford published a peer-reviewed study earlier this month assessing the impact of lockdowns and stay-at-home orders what they refer to as non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) in early 2020. The study did not find evidence to support that NPIs were effective in preventing the spread.

    "In summary, we fail to find strong evidence supporting a role for more restrictive NPIs in the control of COVID in early 2020," the study concludes. "We do not question the role of all public health interventions, or of coordinated communications about the epidemic, but we fail to find an additional benefit of stay-at-home orders and business closures. The data cannot fully exclude the possibility of some benefits.

    Now this is from the study paper itself, https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/...1111/eci.13484.

    Implementing any NPIs was associated with significant reductions in case growth in 9 out of 10 study countries, including South Korea and Sweden that I'm-plemented only lrNPIs (Spain had a nonsignificant effect). After subtracting the epi-demic and lrNPI effects, we find no clear, significant beneficial effect of mrNPIs on case growth in any country. While small benefits cannot be excluded, we do not find significant benefits on case growth of more restrictive NPIs. Similar reductions in case growth may be achievable with less- restrictive interventions.

    Got that douche? What Sweden did was as effective as England, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and the United States. Why do you morons keep repeating these strict interventions worked?
    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/07/o...gtype=Homepage

  14. #1216
    Quote Originally Posted by PVMonger  [View Original Post]
    Once again, you don't have a clue.

    "Lockdowns" were used to "buy time". Without any lockdowns whatsoever, hospitals would have been overrun quickly and MORE people would have died.
    Can you Democratic read?

    https://www.outkick.com/stanford-stu...t-home-orders/

    A group of researchers at Stanford published a peer-reviewed study earlier this month assessing the impact of lockdowns and stay-at-home orders — what they refer to as non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) in early 2020. The study did not find evidence to support that NPIs were effective in preventing the spread.

    "In summary, we fail to find strong evidence supporting a role for more restrictive NPIs in the control of COVID in early 2020," the study concludes. "We do not question the role of all public health interventions, or of coordinated communications about the epidemic, but we fail to find an additional benefit of stay-at-home orders and business closures. The data cannot fully exclude the possibility of some benefits.

    Now this is from the study paper itself, https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/...1111/eci.13484.

    Implementing any NPIs was associated with significant reductions in case growth in 9 out of 10 study countries, including South Korea and Sweden that I'm-plemented only lrNPIs (Spain had a nonsignificant effect). After subtracting the epi-demic and lrNPI effects, we find no clear, significant beneficial effect of mrNPIs on case growth in any country. While small benefits cannot be excluded, we do not find significant benefits on case growth of more restrictive NPIs. Similar reductions in case growth may be achievable with less- restrictive interventions.

    Got that douche? What Sweden did was as effective as England, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and the United States. Why do you morons keep repeating these strict interventions worked?

    Quote Originally Posted by PVMonger  [View Original Post]
    Most Republicans refuse to do the right thing so everybody loses.
    Actually, Republicans were rightly skeptical of "scientists". The governor of Texas opened up the state and the doom and gloom you douches predicted failed to happen.

    Quote Originally Posted by PVMonger  [View Original Post]
    Stop watching Fox and especially Tucker Carlson. To say Fauci is incompetent is, well, incompetent.
    Oh, I see. So Tucker Carlson quotes Fauci's own emails, and you label him not worth listening to. You are so open minded. If you want to be critical of TC, have at it but don't watch him? That is all this country needs, another pro-censorship douche.

    You actually turned a virus into a red-blue, liberal-conservative thing. Amazing.

    But actually, douche, this was a discussion about what Colombia was doing, namely everything Fauci and what you government loving, civil rights hating, business loathing Democratic douches wanted, and what a fucking disaster it was. On this, you douches called Colombians stupid which makes me ask this question.

    If Colombians are such noncompliant retards, why do you bother going there? Why not stay in the people's Republic of Califronia where you belong?

  15. #1215
    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    Zeos, just like there are crazy anti-vaxxers. There are crazy pro-vaxxers. They think that natural immunity does not count which is pure bullshit. There are 34 million documented cases of Covid in the USA. It is estimated that only one in three cases were caught. So toss in natural immunity with those vaccinated, and you are in the region where herd immunity occurs.

    Yes, it is terrible but only because the Colombians listened to the blowhard experts. The mayor of Bogota caught religion and finally recognized the economic hardships she was putting on people, and I am actually proud of the Colombian people who rebelled.

    I think the Bogota mayor was in a power struggle with President Duque and was using the crisis for political gain. They tried to out hard ass each other. I think this is an American author bitching about the stupidity of the mayor's rules: https://thebogotapost.com/the-mayor-...ed-wolf/48738/.

    Anyway, Colombia is rolling out the vaccines en masse. In three months, they will be where the USA is now. More importantly, all these bullshit restrictions are done forever this time around...
    Once again, you don't have a clue.

    "Lockdowns" were used to "buy time". Without any lockdowns whatsoever, hospitals would have been overrun quickly and MORE people would have died.

    It is an unfortunate fact that even during a lockdown, people leave their dwellings for a multitude of reasons. During any one of these sojurns, a person could get COVID. How they get it is irrelevant. Coupled with the fact that many South Americans live in cramped quarters in multigenerational households, one person can infect 10.

    Wearing masks works (buy only when everybody wears them correctly). Distancing works and so does hand washing. The combo works very well but only when it is consistent. If only 50% of the population take 50% of the precautions, everybody loses. Look at the US. Almost 600,000 people have died. Most Republicans refuse to do the right thing so everybody loses. Maybe the solution is to vaccinate only Dems and Independents and let Republicans pound sand.

    To say Fauci is incompetent is, well, incompetent. You act as if he should have known everything from the get-go. In reality, he altered his position when more data was available. Since you contend that nobody should do that, I'll use YOU as an example. You must have a 6-year-old's outlook on everything because changing your mind from what you thought as a 6-year-old means that you are incompetent.

    Stop watching Fox and especially Tucker Carlson. Remember that his legal defense in the slander lawsuit was that nobody in their right mind would believe anything he says. That means you.

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