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In 2020 the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic response took immediate effect on parents and children as America’s schools were shut down ⏤ some of them for over a year due to the announcement of a National Health Emergency.
Early on in the pandemic, there was no evidence that children were becoming more affected with the illness. All the evidence suggested that children were relatively spared of COVID-19, and there were no documented cases of school outbreaks or child-to-teacher spread with serious outcomes for teachers in our public school systems with COVID-19.
None of that seemed to matter to those that were interested in driving the agenda of keeping our schools closed and transitioning learning to online and other forms of computer-assisted education for our children.
In this week’s McCullough Report, I spend time with Harvard-trained internist Dr. Clayton Baker, who practices in Western New York. At best, children received forms of hybrid education, some in the classroom and some online. At worst, the public school systems went to completely online learning with no assurances that the children, in fact, could learn in this new form of teaching using computers, and now the data suggests disastrous outcomes that Dr. Baker reviews with us on the McCullough Report.
Essentially, children were converted to online forms of teaching through the pandemic with no voting, parental choice, or options. The data suggests that these children were left far behind. In fact, some of them have lost a year of school, and as doctor Baker points out, some of them never returned to complete their public education.
Baker’s commentaries are recorded in a series of articles in the American Thinker. Historians will record for many years in the future the disastrous decision-making by our public health officials in what is a gross overreach and overreaction in the context of this viral pandemic. Public health measure after public health measure has been found to be wrong in safeguarding Americans throughout the pandemic.
This week in the US House of Representatives, witness after witness came forward under the Republican-led house. These witnesses confirmed that the virus indeed came out of the biosecurity laboratory in Wuhan, China, and did not arise in nature. In fact, there was clear evidence that our public health agencies, including the National Institutes of Health, the Center for Disease Control, and the US FDA, all were colluding to deceive America with a false narrative that the virus arose from a fish market in the Chinese city as opposed to the obvious source being the Wuhan Institute of Virology biosecurity lab level 4.
In a historic vote, the US House of Representatives voted 419 to 0 to declassify US documents and allow their examination. Keep in mind just a few months ago, the government narrative was that there was no involvement in the Wuhan lab, and now it has been revealed we have government documents as evidence for what was going on in the lab in Wuhan, China.
We start the show with Dr. McCullough’s interview with William Wallace, a courageous, independent media personality and analyst, at the Conservative Political Action Committee meeting in Washington, DC. Our riveting interview with Dr. Clayton Baker will follow this.
So let’s get real, let’s get loud; on America Out Loud Talk Radio, this is The McCullough Report!
The McCullough Report: Sat | Sun 2 PM ET – Internationally recognized Dr. Peter A. McCullough, known for his iconic views on the state of medical truth in America and around the globe, pierces through the thin veil of mainstream media stories that skirt the significant issues and provide no tractable basis for durable insight. Listen on iHeart Radio, our world-class media player, or our free apps on Apple, Android, or Alexa. Each episode goes to major podcast networks early in the week and can be heard on-demand anywhere in the world.
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