Tucker Slams Nashville Govt for Hiding Data Proving Coronavirus is ‘Not Dangerous to the Overwhelming Majority’ Affected by Mandates (Video)

Tucker Slams Nashville Govt for Hiding Data Proving Coronavirus is ‘Not Dangerous to the Overwhelming Majority’ Affected by Mandates (Video)

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  • On September 19, 2020
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On Thursday’s Tucker Carlson Tonight, the popular commentator called out the Nashville government for hiding the low number of Chinese coronavirus cases from bars and restaurants uncovered by an actual journalist Dennis Ferrier, who works with the local Fox affiliate in Nashville, Tennessee.

While “nursing homes and construction sites” were responsible for over 1,000 coronavirus cases, bars and restaurants only accounted for 22 cases. Tucker Carlson noted that the coronavirus is “just not dangerous to the overwhelming majority of people who are being destroyed by the Covid-19 restrictions.”

The restaurant industry was impacted heavily, with many businesses being destroyed and thousands of workers laid off. Bars and restaurants “have been suffering there for months under crushing Covid restrictions,” Carlson explained. “Thousands of workers have been laid off, many businesses have gone under, many more are on the brink.”

In the midst of the suffering, Mayor Cooper “used the economic damage from his shutdown to justify a massive 34% property tax increase on residents of Nashville,” Carlson explained.

Coronavirus numbers did not justify keeping the bars and restaurants closed, but the city hid the low numbers and kept the industry under lockdown. Why? Tucker Carlson said wryly: “Oh. The numbers are low, so we hide them. Hide all good news, that’s the policy. Otherwise the fear might subside and our power along with it.”

This author hopes that every bar and restaurant owner in Nashville sue the Mayor, and lead a recall effort to get him and his cronies out of the local government. There are currently calls for the Mayor’s resignation.

Tucker explained the scenario:

After reviewing the new health numbers from bars and restaurants, a woman from the health department called Leslie Waller emailed this to Mayor Cooper’s office: ‘This isn’t going to be publicly released, right? just info for the mayor’s office.’ A senior advisor responded this way: ‘Correct, not for public consumption.’

Not for public consumption? Why would that be? These aren’t the nuclear codes, this isn’t national security information, it’s public health data where it should be public. A month later, a reporter in Nashville heard rumors that bars and restaurants that were safer than the city was admitting there were so he emailed the health department to find out exactly what was going on, what are the numbers. Emails now show the behind the scenes, this simple request transparency panicked city officials. They schemed among themselves to hide with a knew. ‘We have certainly refused to give counts per bar,’ wrote one. Why would they refuse to give those numbers? Here’s the answer, and this is a direct quote: ‘Because those numbers are low per site.’ Oh. The numbers are low, so we hide them. Hide all good news, that’s the policy. Otherwise the fear might subside and our power along with it.

Watch the segment (See partial transcript below):

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Tucker: Good evening and welcome to “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” It’s hard to believe that the coronavirus has been in this country for about nine months now, since January. Since the day the doctors discovered the first case within our borders, our leaders have assured us that the only care about our safety, that’s what this is all about, our safety. They told us that every decision they make as they fight this pandemic they make in our interest. Every restriction they impose they tell us they based on science alone. Most Americans want to believe that because most Americans want to trust their government.

But few still do. There’s too much evidence that the Covid regime is political and our leaders are lying about it. Tonight there was conclusive proof of that. A remarkable story. A reporter with the Fox 7 team TV station in Nashville, a man called Dennis Ferrier, caught that city’s top officials hiding key health statistics and for no justifiable reason. Ferrier uncovered a series of emails between the mayor’s office, Nashville mayor John Cooper, who is a democrat, and the city’s health department. In those emails, city officials discussed the fact that only a very low number of coronavirus cases have been traced to bars and restaurants. As of June 30th of this year, for example, nursing homes and construction sites in Nashville, each produced more than 1,000 cases of the coronavirus. Bars and restaurants: just 22 cases total. Numbers like this could be great news of the city of Nashville. Bars and restaurants have been suffering there for months under crushing Covid restrictions. Thousands of workers have been laid off, many businesses have gone under, many more are on the brink.

Over the summer, the mayor, Mayor Cooper, used the economic damage from his shutdown to justify a massive 34% property tax increase on residents of Nashville. So quarantines have hurt that city quite a bit. Residents would have been thrilled to learn that bars and restaurants were safe once again. But the mayor refused to tell them that. He hid that information.

After reviewing the new health numbers from bars and restaurants, a woman from the health department called Leslie Waller emailed this to Mayor Cooper’s office: “This isn’t going to be publicly released, right? just info for the mayor’s office.” A senior advisor responded this way: “Correct, not for public consumption.”

Not for public consumption? Why would that be? These aren’t the nuclear codes, this isn’t national security information, it’s public health data where it should be public. A month later, a reporter in Nashville heard rumors that bars and restaurants that were safer than the city was admitting there were so he emailed the health department to find out exactly what was going on, what are the numbers. Emails now show the behind the scenes, this simple request transparency panicked city officials. They schemed among themselves to hide with a knew. “We have certainly refused to give counts per bar, wrote one.” why would they refuse to give those numbers? Here’s the answer, and this is a direct quote: “Because those numbers are low per site.” Oh. The numbers are low, so we hide them. Hide all good news, that’s the policy. Otherwise the fear might subside and our power along with it.”

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