When Will Someone Apologize for the Administration's Overreaction to COVID-19?


Posted: Jul 30, 2022 12:01 AM

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When will they apologize? When will the lockdown enthusiasts, the mask mandaters, the vaccine promoters, the school closers ask for our forgiveness? When will they even acknowledge they were wrong to mandate that mRNA COVID-19 vaccines be required as a condition of keeping one’s job, or to direct that businesses and churches be shut down, or to demand that masks be worn, or to order that schools be closed and children – the vast majority of whom were never seriously at risk – be relegated to “remote” learning and denied the opportunity to play with their friends? When will they even acknowledge the damage they caused by their wild overreaction to the arrival of the coronavirus?

I fear the answer is never. But last week, in what was perhaps an unguarded moment, one of the government officials responsible for that oh-so-damaging government overreaction began the process of apologizing by admitting the truth.

Last week, former White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx

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