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AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko) Anyone who has been following RedState — or more specifically, my writing at RedState — would know that I am very good with data. At the beginning of the pandemic, I analyzed the data coming off one of the cruise ships where the SARS-CoV-2 virus first came to light. At the time, I was looking for patterns in the data which could tell us who may have brought the virus onto the ship in the first place as well as the affected populations. Later, as the left hailed the COVID-19 restrictions forced upon the residents of blue states, it became clear, from very easily accessible data, that the restrictions were not working. When testing soared and so did numbers for COVID positive tests, Trump was crucified by the media for appropriately attributing the problem. Even here at RedState, as we have attempted to report on the data (and actual science), the MSM and BigTech have shut down our ability to reach audiences as a result of what amounted to their denial of cold-hard facts.
As we have now suddenly entered this post-COVID-panic environment, we are suddenly allowed to talk about the reality of the COVID-nightmare, and what all of the data, science, and facts really mean. Although we have been talking about this for months, suddenly certain MSM sources are starting to catch on. First, it was The Intercept and then The Daily Mail . Now it appears that The Atlantic has joined the fray.
Today, The Atlantic published an article entitled “ Our Most Reliable Pandemic Number is Losing Meaning ” (which appears to have been originally entitled “COVID Hospitalization Numbers Can Be Misleading”), reporting on a new study that analyzed data coming out of hospitalization cases. Weeks ago, when cases and hospitalizations began to rise, I suggested (because of this thing called “data”) that COVID-19 hospitalizations went up because the bar for hospitalizations went down. Simply put, the numbers went up because hospitals lowered their standards for which COVID patients should be hospitalized. The study that The Atlantic published? It suggests that very thing.
So what has […]
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