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This show is focused on American politics, but as you know we also like to talk a lot about the wider English-speaking world: The United Kingdom, Australia, and of course our neighbors to the north in Canada. This program has a lot of fans in Canada and today we’re going to speak to a guest a lot of them requested.
Ken Drysdale is a Canadian freedom fighter. He spent forty years in the construction industry as an engineer and built his own engineering consulting firm from the ground up. He became an expert on building things in the harshest possible environments, like Canada’s frozen arctic lands in the far north. That gave him a wide range of skills: He understands structural engineering, forensic engineering, project development and execution. He understands how to run a project, make cost estimates, and how to do a cost-benefit analysis.
All of that makes Ken well-qualified for his latest project: Working with a small team to produce a 90-page report demonstrating that none of Canada’s special anti-Covid measures worked. None of this is based on recruiting “expert” witnesses who would just say what Ken wanted them to say. All of this is instead based on the Canadian government’s own statistics and their own words.
Ken and his team dug up a Canadian government report from 2006, back when health policy was at least sometimes based on real evidence and science rather than totalitarian health hysteria. The report was the government’s plan for a pandemic, highly deadly flu virus. And guess what: It didn’t recommend lockdowns. It didn’t call for masking everyone. What it did recommend was stockpiling lots of antivirals, which in the end the government never used.
Ken and his team had other findings: They found that ICU beds in Manitoba province were slashed dramatically between 2006 and 2019. They checked the mortality rates for different age groups, and found that the deaths attributed to Covid were grossly exaggerated.
Ken’s report, in fact, raises the question of if there was ever a true pandemic at all, or just a massive panic that provided an excuse to seize people’s freedoms.
Ken Drysdale joins us.
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