So you know how anyone who points out any problems with the rush to inject everyone on the planet with an experimental form of gene therapy is portrayed as a stupid, scientifically illiterate, COVID-denying, grandma-killing anti-vaxxer by the dinosaur media?
And you know how any of your attempts to articulate these problems to your (former) friends will get you labeled as an anti-science loony and castigated from society?
Well, imagine if a team of researchers from a prestigious scientific institution infiltrated the COVID skeptic community to expose their scientific ignorance . . . and instead ended up discovering that the skeptics by and large care more about science—and are more knowledgeable about the scientific process—than their critics?
Guess what? You can stop imagining, because that’s exactly what just happened.
MIT released a study earlier this year that admits that COVID skeptics are not only scientifically literate, but are more realistic about how science actually works and care more about data and integrity than their detractors . . . but I bet you haven’t read about that study yet, have you? Join James in this week’s edition of The Corbett Report Subscriber as he dissects this revealing MIT paper and explains what it tells us about the nature of the scamdemic debate.
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