Now that it’s been a year, it’s time to openly examine the data and evaluate the effectiveness of the pandemic response by public health officials. How well has the public's health been protected during the pandemic? What’s worked and what hasn’t? What's missing? Was there any willful misconduct by federal agencies or ways that they could have been more progressive with safety measures recommended?
In this conversation with Dr. Henry Ealy, OCA International Director Ronnie Cummins and Political Director Alexis Baden-Mayer dig into the data to answer these questions.
Dr. Ealy has been tracking COVID data and science for more than a year now and leads a team of researchers nationwide who have amassed more than 20,000 hours of research, producing five published papers, including, "COVID-19 Data Collection, Comorbidity & Federal Law: A Historical Retrospective," which outlines a specific timeline of events surrounding the CDC's change in death certificate reporting and a comparison of death stats, published in the journal Science, Public Health Policy & the Law.
Ronnie has written a book with Dr. Joseph Mercola, "The Truth About COVID-19: Exposing The Great Reset, Lockdowns, Vaccine Passports, and the New Normal."