He makes a great point…
Director David Mamet recently chastised the “experts” of coronavirus that were calling for lockdowns. He stated that the lockdowns they wanted were “destroying businesses and countless lives in the process.”
Mamet wrote, “The virus here is government — or at least the incompetents who advise our rulers and cannot admit the legitimacy of dissension. Absent intervention, this virus may eventually kill the host organism.”
“We all have to trust others for their expertise, and we all make mistakes. The horror of a command economy is not that officials will make mistakes, but that those mistakes will never be acknowledged or corrected.”
Mamet also included an example of his friend who owned a restaurant and said, “One is ‘permitted’ to sit at his tables and eat without a mask. Indeed, how would one eat while wearing one? Does the virus know that one is sitting down?”
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