bacon said:I listen to his livestreams off and on since he can provide a normie perspective on this. It's remarkable how emotionally invested he has been. When people bring up the inconsistencies in the narrative in comments during those streams he would shut them down by saying, "well someone would have to explain the overflowing ICUs in NY or Italy." The other day someone asked him to watch a video on Dr. Shiva. He basically told that person that he wasn't going to and he has been lambasting Bill Mitchell as spreading false information trying to equate this to the flu. Adams is often right and I think he has had some good things to say but he reacted completely emotionally to this (he has a vendetta against China since he blames them for selling Fentanyl which caused his exwife's son to OD). Anyway, there a lot of people that will lose credibility going forward from this due to how they reacted, Stefan Molyneux being another one.SamuelBRoberts said:He is getting absolutely annihilated in the replies, and due to the relative size of the audiences (Scott Adam's followers are an order of magnitude bigger than Alex's) these are his own people turning on him.
Adams is followed primarily by twitter normies, not wacky alt-right dissidents who really care about the distinction between the first and second derivative and the false positive paradox.
The tide has turned on this.
Fear. This case has shown that Boomers appear to have fallen into the fear trap more than anyone else. They have been exposed to alot more indoctrination from the media though simply due to their age which might partially explain it.