You’ve heard it again and again:
The spread of the virus is your fault.
If only you hadn't eaten in that restaurant, or hadn't allowed 11 people at your father's funeral instead of 10, or hadn't acted even slightly like a human being, the numbers would have declined.
Time to smash this as the b.s. it obviously is.
The "blame people for the virus" strategy is a way for public officials who have no idea what they're doing to transfer the blame for their catastrophic failures onto normal people.
This free eBook by New York Times bestselling author Tom Woods smashes the "numbers go up because you refuse to stay home and wear two masks" argument to smithereens.
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