Apparently, Rebekah Jones is now claiming she wasn’t asked to delete COVID deaths in Florida? She has changed her story so many times since Charles C.W. Cooke started exposing her that it’s honestly hard to keep up with what is being said NOW.
Luckily, Cooke is like a dog with a bone and doesn’t seem to want to let this Jones story go.
Oh, Rebekah, this is just sad.
The centerpiece of her entire conspiracy theory.
From National Review:
Jones has made the claim that she was instructed to edit the raw data over and over again. In February, she reiterated that “Roberson asked me to change numbers and delete records to present a rosier picture of Florida’s pandemic than reality.” In April, she repeated her claim that “Roberson asked me to go into the raw data and manually alter figures.”
This week, though, Jones inadvertently confirmed that she did not, in fact, have the ability to do that. As part of the 10,000 word screed Jones wrote after my piece was published, she linked to a snippet of code that shows clearly that her dashboard did not interact directly with the state’s database, but instead utilized Excel files that other people at the Florida Department of Health had put on a network drive.
Or, put another way: Jones confirmed this week that she has been lying about the role she played in the department. And, once she’d done that, there was nothing that she could do except to back off her main claim. No direct access to the database means no ability to delete data from the database. No ability to delete data from the database means no claim that she was asked to delete data from the database. No claim that she was asked to delete data from the database means no scandal.
Certainly seems that way.
Discovery is going to be 🔥
— Britt Smith ✝️⚔⚓ (@ReformedBritt) May 21, 2021
Her mouth-breathing fan base will still follower blindly because they WANT to believe.
— Can of Spam (@iDoLikeSpam) May 21, 2021
Just here to read replies by the True Believers
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) May 21, 2021
Game over, indeed!
— BQ (@BruceQuinlan) May 21, 2021
Oddly enough, this works.