Hitchens isn't a virologist, so I'd be hesitant to accept his opinions on Covid over, say, the consensus of healthcare workers and virologists who are dealing with the pandemic on a medical level. He's undoubtedly a clever guy, but his knowledge in the field of virus and pandemic is probably pretty low. At best, using him to bolster the argument is a straightforward appeal to irrelevant authority.
As for the number of deaths, 100,000 is a meaningless metric in isolation. Would the death toll without any kind of lockdowns have also been 100,000? If the answer to that is Yes then perhaps that would 'prove' him right, but based on what we're being told by the experts the death toll would far exceed that figure.
You're making an arse of yourself
Mcinnes gave him his debut at 16 and earmarked him as a player right away
Through a mix of lengthy lay offs and being too slight, it took him this amount of time to develop properly
Its dawning on me now that you use the name "rocket scientist" very, very ironically