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Floundering Fauci Demands Simple Answers to Complex Problems

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Early twentieth-century satirist H.L. Mencken quipped, "For every complex problem, there is a solution that is simple, neat, and wrong." The ongoing COVID-19 disaster illustrates the truth of Mencken's Meta-Law.

We have a virus afflicting us. Wait! That's not true. We have multiple viruses, and alpha, beta, gamma, delta, lambda, and who knows how many other variants of COVID. Yet the answer given by the CDC, Fauci, Biden, and PMSNBC is that we have to wear masks, get vaxxed, socially distance, and maybe lock down. Those are simple solutions to a much more complicated problem than those problem-solvers are willing to admit. Let's break it down.

There are at least five notable variants that were originally called Brazilian, Indian, and so on. But politically correct authorities decided that, like with hurricanes, we can't be racist. They have to be named for Greek letters, and that cultural appropriation is OK.

Those viruses aren't identical. We now know that the vaccines don't work equally well on all of them. We know that more variants are coming, and just like the flu shot, a COVID shot is not a COVID shot is not a COVID shot. Today's vaccine won't necessarily give the same immunity for today's variant and tomorrow's variant.

We know that some people are naturally immune to COVID without ever being exposed to either the virus or the vax. We're not sure why, but one suggestion is that they've already been exposed to some other coronavirus. That wouldn't be a surprise because at least two coronaviruses can cause the common cold. Others have recovered from the Wuhan Flu and have more robust immunity........

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