In her 2014 book, “Fighting Chance,” Elizabeth Warren describes the advice she received from Lawrence Summers when he was Harvard president: “I had a choice. I can be an insider or I can be an outsider. Outsiders can say whatever they want. But the people inside didn’t listen to them. However, insiders have plenty of access and opportunities to promote their ideas. People — powerful people — listen to what they have to say. But insiders also understand an unbreakable rule: They don’t criticize other insiders.”
Want to see this in action? In his 2021 book, “A Plague Upon Our House,” about his time as an adviser to the Trump administration on Covid-19, Scott Atlas of the Hoover Institute describes “a team of ‘medical experts’ at work. Birx, Fauci and Redfield.” He “found that there was almost no disagreement between them. It was an amazing consistency, as if there was an agreed-upon complicity — although some of their claims are too simple or false.” Loyalty! But is that for the best? After two years of Covid restrictions, clearly not.
https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-biden-loyalty-machine-democrats-dgb-disinformation-sec-climate-risk-fauci-covid-lockdowns-biden-inflation-supply-equity-federal-reserve-military-russia-11652025653 The Biden Loyalty Machine – WSJ