From 1962 to 1963 the BBC aired a satirical show about the news, “That Was the Week That Was,” that later crossed the pond to NBC in 1964. David Frost, and others, would pick apart the week’s current events, highlighting the ridiculous. The week that just ended would have been perfect for their show.
Judge Fred Biery’s order that state officials allow mail-in voting for all eligible voters in upcoming elections seems totally disconnected from the law and reads like a manifesto from a wannabe philosopher-king, complete with rhetorical flourishes, endnotes, and appendices.
Multiple “alternative” treatments have shown success with regards to treating COVID-19 patients. These treatments have been ridiculed and labelled as fake within the mainstream instead of being explored and discussed openly.
“Statistical analyses demonstrated that the electromagnetic radiation from cellphone towers is harmful to trees. Results show that the measurements in the most affected sides of damaged trees (i.e. those that withstand higher radiation levels) are different to all other groups.” — study published in “Science of the Total Environment”
Black Commentator Candace Owens explains an idea from a favorite author, “… we are unique in that we are the only people that fight, and scream and demand support and justice for the people in our community that are up to no good.” But Owens does not agree with how Floyd was killed.
How can a pharmaceutical product always be “safe and effective”? And how can the science on anything, let alone vaccines, ever be “settled”? And yet these beliefs are put forward as facts, and all dissenters, or even just those who dare to ask a question, are censored or labeled as “anti-vaxxers” or “quacks” if they happen to be a doctor or scientist.