16. Johns Hopkins and more bent stats
Johns Hopkins is still mis-labeling the numbers on their COVID-19 Dashboard: “Confirmed cases include presumptive positive cases and probable cases, in accordance with CDC guidelines as of April 14.”
No, the CDC guidelines don’t say that. Johns Hopkins is making things up. Per the CDC, confirmed cases or deaths require confirmatory laboratory evidence.
Hanlon wrote “Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity,” but one has to wonder because I emailed John’s Hopkins weeks ago concerning their mislabeling of data, but have not received any reply. I also still do not know which data source they are using for their US figures.
At least people are finally seeing that the adage is the other way about:
“Never attribute to just stupidity and bad luck that which is more than adequately explained by the malice of the cabal.”
15. Katie Hogan
Executive Director of Organizing for Action, the ones [allegedly] behind Antifa riots, bricks etc.
[H/T the team]