It depends. Some people are just obviously a lost cause. I work with one of them. Others are willing to change their minds when presented with new information. I work with several of them. I have found that the most effective way to induce skepticism in these people is to point out inconsistencies in the official narrative. It's easy, digestible, and difficult to dispute, as the inconsistencies are directly from the horse's mouth.Are y'all calling the scamdemic out when others bring it up....or mostly just letting it go to keep the peace?
The two that have been most effective for me:
- Establishment endorsement of BLM riots contrasted with their condemnation of anti-lockdown protests.
- Establishment revolt when WHO briefly announced limited evidence of asymptomatic transmission. Until that point, WHO had been the ultimate and unerring authority.