Story at-a-glance

  • John Tierney, a contributing science columnist for The New York Times, looks back over the pandemic, providing a timeline of the media-induced viral panic that led to censorship and suppression of scientific research on an unprecedented scale
  • Experts who spoke out against the official narrative were attacked and accused of endangering lives by questioning lockdowns
  • Numerous research journals refused to publish the results of studies that featured data questioning lockdowns, masks and other COVID policies
  • Certain states have stood out for their refusal to buy into the draconian public health measures that were adopted throughout much of the U.S.; Florida is chief among them and has a COVID mortality rate that’s lower than the national average
  • The “crisis crisis,” or the ‘incessant state of alarm fomented by journalists and politicians,’ is one reason why so many government, academic and policy leaders could support rampant censorship and suppress scientific debate for so long, all while propagating panic


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