The Truth Behind Covid-19 Preview by Mack “Cordell” Moore is an expose on issues surrounding Covid-19 and its containment. The book’s compelling arguments and information about the Pandemic ask numerous disturbing questions that need to be considered and thoughtfully explored.
The coronavirus Covid-19 has upended life as the world knew it for months. At the same time, an unprecedented global effort to understand and contain the virus—and find a treatment for the disease and its causes—has been underway. Mack Moore investigates this fight against Covid-19 and the various strategies being considered to stop its spread.
Moore asks, “Has the media been honest about Covid-19? Are vaccines safe? Is Covid the only threat?” These questions Moore addresses in The Truth Behind Covid-19, which he states is a preview of an even more explosive book coming later in 2021.
Like numerous other authors, Mack Moore had his book arbitrarily removed from the Amazon platform because it talked of the many issues surrounding the Pandemic that many forces apparently want hidden from the public. If anyone read Stephen King’s “The Stand,” which was about a fictional pandemic that took the lives of 99 percent of the population, a similar scenario played out in it where the media was reined in to report only what was acceptable by those in power. Amazon and other influential websites that deal with information have decided to be the gatekeepers of what views can be expressed and disseminated to the public. Interestingly, another author, David Icke, who wrote a book that talks about Covid-19 did not have his book removed even though his views are not mainstream, and he talks about much the same as Moore. Many reviews of his book talk of it as the work of a crackpot, but regardless his book remains on the Amazon platform.
Moore’s book talks about Vaccines, the origin of the Pandemic. Who knew about it first, was its release on the world’s population accidental, or did China know that this “accident” would happen that would spread across the continents? Moore presents some convincing evidence that much of what he writes about could be true. His slant on the Pandemic is not mainstream but after reading his views, you come away with considerable doubt about what is true and what is not. The book is undoubtedly a book to read during this strange time in the history of the world.