FL Gov DeSantis: Lockdowns a Mistake.
Florida's Republican governor, Ron DeSantis, has spoken out to declare that he believes lockdown orders, implemented across America to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic, were a "huge mistake."
Speaking during an interview this week, Gov. DeSantis said he regrets ordering a 30-day lockdown across his own state last year.
DeSantis told the Epoch Times on Friday that the measures "didn't work."
“We wanted to mitigate the damage," the governor explains.
"Now in hindsight, the 15 days to slow the spread and the 30 – it didn’t work.
"We shouldn’t have gone down that road." Subscribe to The CubanAmerican Voice
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Medical voices against mandatory vaccines. Young doctor explains why he’s against forced COVID-19 vaccine.
Dr. Leland Stillman decried the 'political theater' surrounding the coronavirus, which he noted ‘is not nearly as virulent or deadly as it was made out to be originally.’
RICHMOND, Virginia, September 10, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – A COVID-19 vaccine should not be mandatory, and getting people to take it “serves certain special interests,” a young medical doctor told LifeSiteNews.
“I have no doubt about it,” Dr. Leland Stillman said when LifeSite’s video reporter Jim Hale asked him if the push for the vaccine had, in many ways, to do with money. Hale spoke with Stillman at the “March Against Mandates” in Richmond, Virginia, last week.
Stillman, a physician who was also one of the speakers at the event, said that “it’s quite clear from the data” that COVID-19 “is not nearly as virulent or deadly as it was made out to be originally.”
Ideology over science: Race manipulation and Covid. ARE BLACKS THE ONES MOST HIT BY COVID? And they call it science: now Covid is also racist.
“The Coronavirus is also racist: it has led to racial disparities between whites and blacks.” The accusation arrives from prestigious scientific reviews like the New England Medical Journal and The Lancet, according to which there is a need to speak of structural racism because the virus has produced racial disparities that have struck ethnic minorities. But this is ideology rather than racism. In reality, what is involved is the social factor that concerns economic conditions, the level of education, and the possibility of having access to healthcare. If we take a state with a high concentration of African-Americans like Louisiana as a model, the data is obvious. In fact, it is enough to go to other countries like Italy to discover that racism has nothing to do with it.
As the covid-19 pandemic rages on, governments around the world are turning to teams of scientists for guidance on how to proceed. The UK government finally published the scientific advice it has received on Friday 20 March.