Top Conclusions After 9 Months Of Reporting On Covid-19

After nine months of intensive coverage of the covid-19 pandemic, it’s time to start focusing these videos on other subjects just as important to our future well-being.

But before I do, what have we learned over the course of these coronavirus videos? Well, for starters: we thankfully know a good deal at this point how the SARS2 virus infects people and how to treat it cheaply and effectively (even if world governments refuse to do so).

The virus has revealed a profound lack of integrity amongst our “leaders” and public health institutions. I don’t think that trust will be easily regained — if ever — in our lifetime.

But while we didn’t get *everything* right in our coverage, I’m pretty darn impressed with how far out front of the mainstream media we’ve consistently been. Putting out these videos, 5/week through May and then 2/week afterwards has been the most intensive effort of my life.

      
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1 Response to Top Conclusions After 9 Months Of Reporting On Covid-19

  1. Dr. Lon Schultz says:

    Much thanks for all your help!!

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