- Apr 19, 2010
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I don’t live on every word Alex Berenson says, therefore, if he says something that I don’t agree with, I don’t care. But if The Atlantic is reporting, I have significant doubts about its truth and concerns about the likelihood that it has been distorted.
Berenson and Dr Fauci have gotten some stuff wrong.
You apparently only care about one of these.
Of course the obvious difference BTK is that Fauci is on the front lines and working to combat the virus, whereas Berenson is Monday morning QBing and offering commentary and not doing anything to combat the virus.
It's obvious that you and the rest of the snowflakes on here don't understand how science works; it's trial and error. When some wise azz reporter asked Edison how it felt to be wrong so many times in making the light bulb, his reply was reportedly thus -
The story goes that "Thomas Edison failed more than 1,000 times when
trying to create the light bulb". When asked about it,
Edison allegedly said, "I have not failed 1,000 times. I have
successfully discovered 1,000 ways to NOT make a light bulb.
Any clown can Monday morning QB OBVIOUSLY - real men like Fauci lay is on the line for all to see - he is much accomplished than me, you or probably anyone on this board could ever hope to be.