Without absolute knowledge that it's not, it could be. I'll know it when I see it, just like the link that carpe posted. The collection of abruptly truncated quotes, the misinterpretation of body gestures, and so forth was not conclusive evidence of what it claimed: it was cherry-picked.
What I do know, conclusively, is that covid-19 is claiming lives. So the virus is real. That is not in question.
Did you watch it, Josh?
Yes I watched Carpe's link.
In Germany a Gov't-Ministry-of-Internal-Affairs had an independent report done (200 pages), with professionals across the board, and they concluded the lock-down has been a gross error of judgement by the German Authorities - and that more people have now died (in Germany) because of the lock-down than because of official Covid deaths. The report's results are being challenged by official media and Angela Merkl had to go on record explaining why the lock-down continues despite this high-profile (gov't requested) report.
The thing is, when truth is in short supply, it all boils down to those with the most power to make their version of events 'stick' in the public mind - and the most powerful are undoubtedly those who control mainstream media - which is why (imho) other voices need to be given a fair hearing. The guy presenting the report back to the Internal Affairs ministry has been fired - but he was just the messenger and a gov't official who was a member of the panel putting the report together (which included sociologists, doctors, epidemiologists, psychologists, and more). It's this kind of action I find worrying because of its historical precedences. Enforced group-think rarely has a good outcome.