Pseudo-critical thinker’s shallow mind exposed in one sentence
I found this post on Telegram last night which our good friend, Dan, had reposted from this link at Vox Popoli.
I do not follow Scott Adams (never heard of him, and I don’t expect to hear about him again.) Nor do I follow the fellow who nails him here, Vox Popoli.
However, I appreciate his elegantly sarcastic yet truthful response to The Great Predictor. I have emphasized that part in italics. Just thought I would share it with you. QUOTE:
The Tide is Turning
Scott Adams, a reliable bellwether for the Narrative, is beginning to publicly backtrack on Twitter. The Great Predictor senses that he was completely wrong and is attempting to preemptively cover his exposed backside:
Scott Adams: Note to people who are bad at critical thinking: If we someday learn that getting the vax was a huge mistake, please don’t tell me you knew all along. You are guessing just like the rest of us. Someone will guess right.
Edgar Friendly: That’s it… “guessing”. You might ask why some people have better educated guesses than others. What did they see that you missed?
Scott Adams: I’m the best predictor in the country and I don’t see any way to be certain about the vaccinations.
Yeah, that was a really tough prediction there, Scott. I mean, what are the odds that a global vaccination campaign led by vocal global depopulationists in support of new vaccine technology that has never been successfully tested by massive pharmaceutical companies that insist on complete legal immunity before delivering the vaccines for massive profits might, possibly, perhaps, result in adverse effects for its victims?
If a posturing charlatan like Adams is starting to worry that he got it wrong, that’s a guarantee that plenty of politicians and corporate executives are beginning to realize that they have collectively made the worst mistake of their lives. END QUOTE
P. S. The Pfizer meme is a reference to the very many athletes now succumbing to blood clots, heart attacks, strokes, embolisms, etc.