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Charles C. W. Cooke, Senior writer at the National Review joined the Guy Benson Show to discuss his latest article on Rebekah Jones, the anti-deSantis conspiracy leader.
Charles C. W. Cooke said,
“I noticed that it was all leading back to this one person, Rebecca Jones, who was fired from the Florida Department of Health last year. And the Jones was claiming that she had been asked by Dr. Shyamal Robeson, who is a deputy secretary of health she’s an African-American chronic epidemiologist, to fudge the numbers to change the raw data. Jones went further. She called Robertson a liar and a murderer. And I thought, well, come on. And the more I looked into it, the more I realized there was nothing to this. It was entirely false. Jones was not asked to fudge the numbers. Jones was in no position to fudge the numbers, even if she had been asked to. Epidemiologists get to see the raw data here. There’s no way that somebody who runs the dashboard, and that’s all Jones does. I’m sure she did it fine, but she just ran the dashboard. She’s not a doctor. She’s not a data analyst. It’s not a politician. You’re not an epidemiologist. She’s a person who puts the numbers up on the Florida dashboard. There was no way that this happened.”