People wait in line to receive free rapid at-home Covid testing kits at a vaccination clinic run by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health in Philadelphia, Pa., December, 21 2021. (Hannah Beier/Reuters)

Trying to strong-arm reluctant people into compliance with increasingly irrational protocols is not working.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE T he illogic of the Pandemic Reign of Error is long past the point of too much to bear.

As Covid infections have surged beyond control — breaking through vaccines and boosters — the CDC now says that we have to reduce the number of isolation days for people who test positive for the virus but are basically asymptomatic. Our Phil Klein has elaborated on the arbitrariness of it all. Naturally, leave it to our Janus-faced megalomaniac, Dr. Anthony L’Science C’est Moi Fauci, to supply the risible rationalization du jour: “If you are asymptomatic and you are infected, we want to get

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