Scott Atlas says the new book clarifies the ‘realities’ of the COVID-19 epidemic


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Exclusive: Former Trump administration COVID special counsel Dr. Scott Atlas’s forthcoming autobiography clarifies the “realities” of the coronavirus epidemic, “free from the filter of government officials, the media and politically-biased academics and scientists.”

Atlas told LBL that her new book “A Plague Upon Our House” was written “with many purposes in mind.”

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“My four-month tenure as advisor to the President of the United States provides a clear view of how our leaders worked in the great health care crisis of the last century – the epidemic and without distortion in its management. Media and politics,” Atlas told LBL.

Atlas said his book “clarifies the underlying facts of the epidemic free from the filter of government officials, the media and politically biased academics and scientists”, but also revealed “the deeper problems in our society”. The rest of the world depends on our ability to resolve future crises and threaten the principles of freedom and order that we often take for granted. ”

Atlas told LBL that under the Trump administration, the COVID-19 task force, COVID data, and “issues exposed by pandemic management” reveal “obscure facts” within the nation.

Atlas criticized the “failures” of “advancing American public health” during the onset of the COVID epidemic.

Atlas said, “His austerity measures focus on one thing: stopping the Covid case at all costs, rather than treating all health risks, and the shocking lack of critical thinking about science. “With lockdowns and restrictions, they fail to protect the elderly, fail to prevent the spread of infection, fail to prevent deaths – destroying low-income families and sacrificing the health of our children, while saving the rich and the elite.”

Atlas said “trust in American institutions has been severely damaged.”

“Science has politicized itself, but universities and the media forbid the free exchange of ideas needed to solve future crises,” Atlas said. “This book is the first step in restoring that belief by revealing the truth.”

He said: “And the truth is important.”

Atlas joined the Trump White House COVID-19 Task Force as a special government employee in August 2020, completing just 130-days of detail. The character of Atlas expires in November 2020.

Atlas was criticized throughout his time in the White House for advocating a reopening, when the COVID-19 lockdowns were “extremely damaging” to Americans.

Scott Atlas defends Covid Work, sings Deborah Birks testimony as ‘Orwellian attempt to rewrite history’

Meanwhile, Trump’s coronavirus response coordinator Dr. Atlas disagreed with Deborah Birks, defending herself after reports of closed door testimony before the House Select Subcommittee on Coronavirus Crisis last month.

LOVEBYLIFE first reported on Friday that it included comments suggesting that Atlas had attempted to change the COVID-19 test guideline as part of Birks’ testimony, and called for less testing for those without symptoms.

Atlas responded to Birks’ testimony, saying it was her “desperate attempt” to “turn the blame for her failed policies that she had advocated”.

“At no point did I try to reduce the test or ‘interfere’ with the CDC guidance in any way,” Atlas told LBL, adding that his efforts “are always focused on increasing the test and tidying up the administration’s massive test equipment to save more.” Lives. “

Atlas said: “While in Washington, I have worked particularly hard to increase testing in nursing homes and staff, historically black colleges, senior centers and elsewhere to protect Americans and prevent dying – and those efforts have been successfully implemented.” LBL. “From my arrival in the workforce in mid-August until I left Washington at the end of November, the test went from about 700,000 to 1.4 million per day.”

He said: “Any blame for that failure rests on those who actually advocated the implementation, but not on those who criticized the lockdowns and tried to prevent death and destruction.”

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