Medical Opinions

The table below contains two lists of “experts” with very strong opinions on Covid-19.

The opinions of those in List A are diametrically opposed to the opinions of those in List B.

Each group is highly critical of the other and each group has other outspoken critics.

The question I would like to ask is, why would you accept the opinions of one group and reject the opinions of the other group without first considering the qualifications and experience of everyone on both lists and carefully taking account of what they have to say?

“Experts” List A“Experts” List B
Dr Anthony Fauci, MD, NIAID DirectorDr Andrew Kaufman, MD, BS in Biology
Dr Deborah Birx, MD, US Global AIDS CoordinatorDr Rashid Buttar, MD
Prof Chris Whitty, CMO for England, Chief Medical Advisor to UK GovernmentDr Dan Erickson, DO, Emergency Medicine Specialist
Dr Gregor Smith, GP, CMO for ScotlandDr Bruce Lipton, PhD, Developmental Biologist
Patrick Vallance FRS FMedSci FRCP, UK Chief Scientific AdviserDr Shiva Ayyadurai, M.I.T. PhD, Scientist, Engineer, Entrpreneur
Tedros Adhanom, Microbiologist, Director General of WHODr Judy Mikovits, PhD, Biochemist & Molecular Biologist
Bill Gates, Business Magnate, Software DeveloperDr John Ioannidis, Professor of Medicine

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