This Handy-Dandy Video Lays Out the Complete Evolution of Government Positions on COVID-19 and It Is Staggering


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President Donald Trump speaks about the coronavirus in the press briefing room at the White House, Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020, in Washington, as National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Dr. Anthony Fauci, Vice President Mike Pence and Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention listen. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

 

Perhaps one of the most frustrating things about this coronavirus panic (besides being stripped of our rights and our jobs) is the changing narrative. It’s almost impossible to keep up with who said what first and with what they’re saying we need to do next.

We need to stay in lockdown; we need to open ASAP.

We need masks; masks are useless.

We need to stay isolated; we need to be outside in the sun.

We’re going to kill grannies everywhere; we’re going to kill the American economy.

It is a never-ending parade of confusion and it is wearing Americans down to their last, frayed nerves.

Enter a useful little YouTube channel I ran across called Minute Stats. They took all of the public statements from government officials and health organizations on COVID-19 from all the way back in January and ran through the complete evolution of their positions. All in a quick three minutes.

It’s almost a relief to be able to digest that long, confusing thread of COVID-19 in one short sitting, and goodness knows there are currently a ton of talking heads and politicians who just want to memory-hole January and February.

Take a look and bookmark this channel. Arm yourself with information because these days it is one of the most valuable (and ignored) commodities you have.

 

Kira Davis

Kira is a freelance writer and Editor-at-large for RedState. She has appeared on Fox News, OANN, The Blaze and The Dr. Phil Show. Kira is also a regular guest host at KABC radio in Los Angeles. Her podcasts“Just Listen to Yourself” and “Smart Girl Politics” are heard by tens of thousands of listeners across the country and the globe. Kira lives in Southern California with her husband and two children. She is a dog person but has been known to tolerate cats from time to time.



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