White House coronavirus task force member Dr. Scott Atlas accused the mainstream media of putting out “conflicting information” about the ongoing pandemic.”The media has a done a poor job of explaining [and] allowing the data to be brought forward,” Atlas told “The Ingraham Angle” one day after a heated exchange with NBC News reporter Peter Alexander in the White House briefing room.Alexander had pointed out that Atlas had contradicted Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Robert Redfield about how much of the U.S. population remains vulnerable to COVID-19.“You’re supposed to believe the science and I’m telling you the science,” Atlas fired back.CORONAVIRUS IN THE US: STATE-BY-STATE BREAKDOWN”We’re trying to do the best we can,” Atlas told host Laura Ingraham Thursday, “because the truth is critical here, and we’re in a pandemic, and it’s been a tragedy, and 200,000 people have died.””When you get facts that are sort of partial truths, I think it’s very damaging,” Atlas added. “The American people are very afraid. No one wants to be afraid and the way to calm fear is to actually know the data and explain it very clearly and logically.”STRENGTHEN YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM AMID CORONAVIRUS: EXPERTS OFFER SIMPLE TIPSAtlas, a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, explained that the claim that 90% of the population is susceptible to


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