During the COVID Dramarama, “experts” arguably destroyed many people’s lives in favor of “science.” But anyone with a thinking brain should have known that “science” was nothing short of “political science.” And when you combine the two, you get pseudoscience.
It also doesn't take an “expert” to know that locking children up and depriving them of interacting with members of society drastically hurts them in countless ways. It doesn't take an expert to know that disrupting a child’s education in perpetuity hurts them in the long run. And it also doesn't take an expert to know that destroying people's livelihoods and confining them to quarantine when they are healthy, leads to nothing good.
But a professor in New York who acted like he knew what’s best for your family and pushed for policies that harmed children wants us to forget all that and just forgive him because he made a mistake or something.
Scott Galloway appeared on a recent
episode of “Real Time with Bill Maher” alongside former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and said he wants amnesty for people who pushed lockdown policies.
Galloway was also once
to the World Economic Forum's "Global Leaders of Tomorrow."
Galloway admitted that although he wanted a harsher lockdown policy, he now knows he was wrong and begged for forgiveness in the viral clip.
“I was on the board of my kids’ school during COVID. I wanted a harsher lockdown policy. In retrospect, I was wrong. The damage to kids of keeping them out of school longer was greater than the risk,” Galloway said.
Oh, you mean that destroying a child's education and their main source of human interaction led to worse results than if they had gotten the sniffles?
Wow, who would have guessed?
“But here’s the bottom line. Myself. Our great people at the CDC. I’d like to thank the governor. We were all operating with imperfect information and we were doing our best,” he continued.
Should we even get into Cumo’s approach in regard to nursing homes? How many deaths should be forgiven because people were doing their “best”?
He literally thanked Cuomo for all he did.
“Let’s give a little grace and forgiveness,” he added.
How can you thank someone for destroying people's lives and then beg for “grace?”
The lack of self-awareness is appalling.
to an audit by the state comptroller, the New York State Health Department presented nursing home data that concealed the deaths of 4,100 people.
Why would you hide the deaths if you were so convinced this was an honest mistake made with good intentions?
Something tells me you wouldn't.
What about people who had to die alone away from loved ones because of these irrational fears? Should we just forget about that?
Sorry, but you don’t get to advocate for destroying American livelihoods, thank people who try and cover up the consequences of their actions, and then say “We did our best.”
The least you can do is show some respect to the people whose lives were destroyed. This hardly counts as an “apology.”
Self-appointed “experts” should not be allowed to dictate people’s lives based on “imperfect information.”
But he says "We were all operating with imperfect information and we were doing our best."
That is a lie.
The left chose to ignore,
shun, and punish
all doctors and scientists who didn't regurgitate the Fauci narrative.
The moment they said “lockdowns” everyone and their grandmas knew the economic calamity that was inevitably to come. Well, everyone except the “experts” and now this man is trying to sweep up his statements under the rug.
Even when their “imperfect” science said this was a
burger, the “experts” still doubled down.
Science is also not something that is decided by consensus, and a lot of the time it’s the opposite.
People whose lives were destroyed deserve a little more respect than “we did our best.”
is now so humbled by his ignorance and the destruction it caused, that he wants grace and forgiveness, absent an apology.
Well, it’s up to the internet mob whether they want to forgive him. But at the very least, this probably will not be forgotten.