Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Media bias again

January 27th, the day after Kobe Bryant's death. Look at the article on the left, it reports on the first 5 cases of Coronavirus in the US.

In a January 21st interview with Newsmax, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the epidemiologist who is leading the charge against the virus said "this is not a major threat for the people of the United States, and this is not something that the citizens of the United States right now should be worried about."

February 17th, Dr. Fauci says the risk from Coronavirus is miniscule and to skip the masks unless you're contagious (how would you know you're contagious?) 

By early March, Fauci had changed his tune, saying the virus “could be really, really bad,” but still said he believed the situation could be mitigated

March 27th, CDC Director Robert Redfield told Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade that he agreed with Fauci’s assessment at the time, and said that nobody could have predicted the outbreak that would eventually occur in the U.S.  “Obviously that became corrected as they saw in the first three, four weeks in January that human to human spread was not only occurring it’s actually, as I said, more infectious and I think that led to the situation that we’re in today. I think no one could have predicted how transmissible, how infectious this virus really is,” Redfield said.

Those are verifiable statements from the country's top epidemiologists.

But yeah, it's all the Big Bad Orange Man's fault for not listening to his top experts and acting sooner, or at least that's what the liberal media wants you to think. The media does this because they've decided who they do and don't want for president, and they're using their power to sway public opinion to that end. Is that news, the simple reporting of information, or is it something else that has another name? Who do the liberal media work for, because it's clearly not us.

-Dave Bad Person