“Pandemic Amnesty”? It’s Just More Narrative Reinforcement

Kit Knightly

A few days ago, on Halloween, the Atlantic ran this opinion piece by economist Emily Oster, headlined: “LET’S DECLARE A PANDEMIC AMNESTY

The general perception has been that it is some kind of admission of defeat, perhaps a recognition that the “pandemic” was not real, and that those pushing the narrative had been in the wrong; a genuine plea for understanding or forgiveness.

But while the headline may appear to be suggesting that – and, indeed, was perhaps chosen carefully to create that impression – it’s actually nothing of the kind.

It’s not an apology, a backwards step or segue to our old pre-Covid reality.

It’s just more narrative reinforcement.

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