Senator Rand Paul’s positions on COVID-19, the virus’s origins, and pandemic management are generally spot-on. Video of him grilling Dr. Anthony Fauci always goes viral. In hearings last week, it was Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra’s turn in the hot seat, and Paul did not hold back.
An explosive report over the weekend claims to show that two alleged Capitol riot participants were actually government informants. The New York Times reported Saturday that “records, and information from two people familiar with the matter, suggest that federal law enforcement had a far greater visibility into the assault on the Capitol, even as it was taking place, than was previously known.”
As I have said repeatedly, any society willing to place burdens on children to make adults feel better has lost its collective mind. In August, two FDA vaccine experts resigned, reportedly due to political pressure to approve boosters. Perhaps that is only half the story.
The new meltdown over Governor Ron DeSantis’s management of COVID-19 in Florida could be the most ridiculous one to date. The corporate media is upset that Florida will now count deaths on the date they occur rather than the date they get reported. Some journalists do not understand that the curve will be normalized, but the area under the curve will remain the same.