How state-employed epidemiologists got it wrong

Bad data, propaganda, and hysteria

Plus Coronavirus and the Economic Crisis

Matt Kibbe interviews Phillip Magness, Senior Research Fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research.

How state-employed epidemiologists got it wrong

Their math errors will cost the world economy at least $20 trillion thanks to political and media hysteria.

“2.2 million will die.”

Not quite.

What the numbers really said.

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