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Oh, the irony

You probably don’t know who Neil Ferguson is, but he is the guy who many believe started the “panic” phase of the COVID-19 pandemic that resulted in several countries, states and cities implementing stay-at-home orders and lock downs of their respective jurisdictions.

Neil Ferguson, an epidemiologist, works for the London-based Imperial College and his early computer models predicted a catastrophic 2.2 million deaths from COVID-19 in the US and 500,000 deaths in Britain. Ten days later, he adjusted his British predictions down to 20,000 deaths.

But the damage had been done. Panicked politicians, flamed by the mainstream media, issued stay-at-home orders and lock downs.

Well, apparently Neil Ferguson has resigned in disgrace as a scientific advisor for the UK’s advisory board on the pandemic.

Why you ask?

Because, Neil Ferguson was caught breaking a government-mandated curfew to meet with his married lover, who, according to The Telegraph, is a “left-wing activist,” who allegedly travelled to Ferguson’s home on more than one occasion. Such visits are forbidden under England’s dystopian stay-at-home orders inspired by Ferguson’s computer modelling.

Why governments are listening to this guy is beyond me? The UK newspaper, Express, alleges Ferguson has not only been bankrolled by Pharmaceutical companies, but he also predicted there would 65,000 deaths in the UK from the Swine flu (H1N1). There were only 457 deaths.

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