Murphy’s Law Of Credibility

By | October 16, 2021 | 0 Comments

• Fauci (2020): Covid not spread person-to-person, didn’t come from Wuhan lab, masks not needed, travel ban from China not helpful.
• Pelosi (2021): “I’m optimistic [$700 billion bailout] will pay for itself and make money for the taxpayers.”
• FDA (2021): “You are not a horse. You are not a cow. Seriously, y’all. Stop it.” Don’t use ivermectin to treat Covid.

Despite these erroneous remarks, Fauci, Pelosi, and the FDA seem to have lost no credibility. How can this be? The apparent contradiction led me to formulate a new law.

Murphy’s Law of Credibility: If someone makes a blatantly false, unbelievable statement, yet they do not lose credibility, it means that:

  1. They had no credibility in the first place.
  2. They are a pseudo-religious authority that people are required to believe, or to pretend to believe.
  3. Both of the above.

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