From Ashish Jha’s right hand girl, associate dean of the Brown School of Public Health:
“The Delta variant is clearly more transmissible, but somehow, six months after its identification, we still don’t know whether it’s inherently more dangerous, particularly for children. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is not consistently tracking the many so-called “breakthrough” infections that don’t require hospitalization, so we are left guessing how well the vaccines protect from mild and asymptomatic infection…
No matter who you are or where you are, take a minute to think about the basics of air movement and filtration. Our grandparents used to open the windows to clear out the germs. It’s time for us to do the same. When you’re in a building, make sure the HVAC is turned on… [Why did it take so long to get this simple advice, which I talked about more than a year ago?–Nass]
If you have political power, advocate for science. To move forward, we need good data and good guidelines. Everyone from the CDC to our local public health departments to our school departments and our hospitals needs to collect and share reliable data with the American public. These facts can help us overcome the uneven guidance, the fictions and the disinformation that so many fell prey to in the past year and still now. Myths spread when truth is unknown.”
Yes, we need good data. The issue is not that it is not collected–it is, mostly–but that it is hidden or massaged before we the taxpayers get to see it. She forgot to mention that narrative control is the enemy of science. You cannot have both coexisting.
I suggest that every time you hear “Trust the Science” turn it around and say “Trust the Narrative Control.”
And every time someone supports mandates for Covid vaccines (how many doses? how often? which ones next?) just say, “You’re next. Your kids are next. We’re all next.”
She is a narrative controller, just like her boss Ashish Jha. Her job is to take what makes no sense and all and produce some type of digestible content to make it seem okay. These people are simply despicable.