I suspect in general that the current administration is trying to find a way to get out of the epidemic, so they are either finally acknowledging the lack of evidence to back many of their policies and changing them or they are just making stuff up as they go along. While the media is still running the terror campaign with a focus on child hospitalizations, Dr. Fauci told the truth in an interview that many, if not most, of these hospitalizations in children had nothing to do with CV-19, they are just incidental positive tests on admission. Meanwhile my pathetic home town newspaper runs a front page story spreading the hype instead of going and demanding that DOH tell the truth about child hosps or getting accurate data from hospitals. And why are we hearing about child hosps? Because some morons are determined to force children to get vaccinated, which is unnecessary and dangerous to some. Just disgraceful. (Fauci Interview)
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