So what if he was wrong? You are the only one who's mentioned him, mainly in a rather pathetic attempt to indulge in a bit of pointless whataboutery. You've proved nothing.
As for Vallance, that again is sheer whataboutery. You can't prove any conflict of interest, you are just lobbing a bit of mud around to see if anything will stick. You made the assertion/accusation, I'm challenging you to back it up with facts and you can't.
So I guess you will wimp out of refuting the quote from Wikipedia about Ioannidis. Please either up your game or stop wasting my time.
So what if he was wrong? Pointless whataboutery? Seriously? A decision that affects millions and millions of lives? “So what if he was wrong?” Tell that to all the people who don’t know how to pay next month’s rent or who have lost loved ones to treatable cancer. Your complete disregard and contempt for all the people who are suffering under these measures is staggering.
And you have still failed to prove how SAGE are more trustworthy or correct than the independent scientists that you keep slagging off. You are always challenging people to back up their claims with facts, but you never do. Please explain how Vallance having more than half a million pound worth of shares in GSK isn’t a potential conflict of interest. Because Matt Hancock says so?
I’ll give you my opinion on this Wikipedia quote about Ioannidis Radis-Noir style: there is nothing in this article that proves anything, just a lot of whataboutery. You have proven nothing.