Pandemics, the persistence of homelessness, and the “witch hunt”

Dr. Steven Hatfill, a biodefense expert and co-author of “Three Seconds Until Midnight,” published his pandemic warning just about the time coronavirus was getting its grip in China.

That’s just a coincidence.

But he says the message in his book is more important than ever because Covid-19 “isn’t the one we’re worried about.”

Sunday on Full Measure, we’ll hear from Dr. Hatfill. He’ll also quantify how much tax money we’ve spent on “pandemic preparedness” in recent years.

Scott Thuman takes us on a fascinating trip to Salt Lake City, Utah. It’s where many claimed they had a program that solved their homeless problem. Scott finds it didn’t really quite turn out that way.

And journalist and attorney Greg Jarrett talks with us about his book: “Witch Hunt: The Story of the Greatest Mass Delusion in American Political History.”

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  1. Don’t know how you do it. Probably upbringing and good examples in your parents. Keep up the good work Sharyl.

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