The Story Within the Story

by Karl Denninger

To use just one word, “ugh.”

CHICAGO – Genes taken from archived blood samples show the U.S. AIDS epidemic started in New York in the early 1970s, definitively debunking the long-held belief that the virus was spread in the early 1980s by a flight attendant who became vilified as “Patient Zero” for seeding the U.S. outbreak.

That’s good, right?

No, it’s very bad. Here’s why:

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