Tucker Carlson, host of Tucker Carlson tonight, called the alleged cover-up at Nashville City Hall on Thursday about how many coronavirus cases are linked to bars and restaurants and other speculations that politicians are blurring the data “unforgivably.”
Carlson said FOX 17 in Nashville reported emails from Democratic Mayor John Cooper’s office “discussing the fact that only a very small number of cases were traced in the city’s bars and restaurants.”
According to Carlson, as of June 30, only 22 cases of the virus had been reported in bars and restaurants, compared with more than 1,000 in Nashville nursing homes.
“Such numbers can be great news for Nashville. Bars and restaurants have been suffering there for months under severe COVID restrictions, “he said.
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A Nashville health department official reviewed the numbers and wrote an email to the mayor’s officer last summer, saying, “It won’t be made public, will it?” Only information for the mayor’s office? “, – Carlson explained. – That’s right, not for public consumption,” – said a senior adviser to City Hall.
“Why are they so afraid to tell us the real numbers? You know the answer, the more data you have about the virus, the more facts, the more science, the less scared you are,” Carlson said. “And that’s why they always emphasize how many people died – almost 200,000 – but almost never died.”
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“If you knew the details, you might realize that drinking at a bar in Nashville, or sending your children to school in person, poses very little risk to anyone,” he added.
Carlson argued that the “restrictions and terrible policies” of politicians like Mayor Cooper “do far more harm to this country and its people than the virus itself.”
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According to him, the virus remains as it has always been: “the predominant threat to the elderly and people who are already ill. This does not mean that COVID-19 is not dangerous. Of course, it … It’s just not dangerous to the vast majority of people which are destroyed by the restrictions of COVID-19, and it is unforgivable. “