Trump’s Impeachment Lawyer ‘Intentionally Lied’ by Claiming Democrats Did not Give Them Safety Movies: Experiences

President Donald Trump has just hired another adviser to the president, a doctor who appears frequently on Fox News, advised Rudy Giuliani’s presidential campaign, and called the move not to reopen schools “hysteria”.

Dr. Scott Atlas is also the doctor’s press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, who was quoted as making her infamous remarks: “Science shouldn’t stand in the way of schools reopening”.

CNN reports that “unlike the government medical experts who have advised Trump so far,” Dr. Atlas “has taken a public stance on the virus that is much closer to Trump”.

Trump told reporters earlier this week that Atlas “is working with us and will work with us on the coronavirus”.

“And he has a lot of great ideas. And he thinks what we did is really good, and now we’re going to take it to a new level. “

Telling Trump what he’s done is really good and taking a public stance much closer to that of the President seems like a prerequisite for getting a White House job in this administration.

But if all that weren’t enough, Atlas has “pushed for the resumption of university sports”.

CNN notes that President Trump “first noticed Atlas on Fox News, where he claimed it didn’t matter how many cases there were in the US,” falsely claiming that those under the age of 18 “have essentially none Risk of death “have implied teachers who are at high risk of contracting Covid-19 should” know how to protect themselves “, unfounded claims,” ​​children almost never transmit the disease “and without evidence an increase in cases in southern states on protests and border crossings. “

Five weeks ago, KUSI reported from San Diego, Dr. Atlas is “a critic of the scare tactics health officials used when reporting data on the coronavirus pandemic.”

Atlas pushed back “against a current model by the University of Washington’s Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation that projects more than 134,000 Americans will die of COVID-19 by August 4.”

Dr. Atlas said, “We should look at the evidence. We don’t have to rely on hypothetical projections. “

He was right – the projections were wrong. The actual death rates were much higher. A week later, the US death toll now stands at 168,417.

Atlas was even wrong than the projections

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