In case you missed the memo.
In case you missed the memo from the CDC that went out about the new rules of medicine, here’s a copy.
Date: January 20, 2021
From: Rochelle Walensky, Director of the CDC
Subject: New rule changes to both science and medicine in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
Due to the unprecedented number of deaths due to COVID-19, the following changes to science and medicine shall apply until further notice. It’s for the greater good:
- Doctors should always follow the guidance of the CDC and NIH, even when it is wrong.
- Any doctor who contradicts what the CDC or NIH say shall have their license to practice medicine revoked.
- The CDC, FDA, and NIH are always right. So is the IDSA. However, in the event of a disagreement, the CDC always wins.
- Unless you are an infectious disease specialist, your opinion on infectious diseases does not matter because you are not qualified to render an opinion.
- All the vaccines are safe and effective. We aren’t making any all-cause mortality or morbidity available because they are both strongly negative. Very few people are even smart or aware enough to ask for the actual mortality/morbidity data. If they ask to see this data, or ask “why isn’t this data available,” you need to quickly end the conversation, e.g., “Oh, I have to go.” Or try gaslighting them telling them that they aren’t an infectious disease expert and that you should stay in your lane.