In discussions on law or philosophy, one may read about what is described as a “reasonable person”. One definition of a reasonable person is:
A fictional person with an ordinary degree of reason, prudence, care, foresight, or intelligence whose conduct, conclusion, or expectation in relation to a particular circumstance or fact is used as an objective standard by which to measure or determine something.
There are many circumstances of the reported COVID-19 pandemic and those persons involved with the provision of COVID-19 information that the reasonable person described above may question.
A reasonable person is often prudent enough to look into and write about the possibility of the truthfulness of a hypothesis without suggesting the hypothesis is actually true. One of these hypotheses is that “SARS-CoV-2” is indeed a real coronavirus that has the potential to, like other common cold viruses, cause pneumonia in some persons, has been circulating for potentially years, is not more deadly than other common cold causing coronaviruses, but was and is merely being used as a fear causing mechanism to achieve goals like the defeat of President Trump, persecution of religion, and other potentially harmful draconian measures.
There have been multiple instances in which novel or new coronaviruses were discovered but were already circulating for an apparently unknown amount of time. It is possible, then, that a coronavirus could have been known to have been circulating by only a few persons before 2019 and then a planned “discovery” of the already known “novel coronavirus” was used as a terror-causing mechanism to achieve the aforementioned draconian goals.
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