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How Much of This Do We Believe?

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I see the same employees at the supermarket every time I go, which is twice a week at least. They’re always there.

Now, we’ve been told the Wuhan Chicom Death Virus is a major pestilence that’s gonna wipe out hundreds of thousands of us, if not millions–yeah, let’s make it millions. And there are all these “spikes” in states that have made the mistake of letting people out of house arrest and allowing some of the economy to come back on line. We are never told just how sick these people in the “spike” are getting.

Anyway, if all this alarmist stuff were true… wouldn’t we all know people who’ve caught COVID-19 and died of it?

I’ve taken to asking my friends at the supermarket, “Do you know anyone who’s had COVID-19?” The answer is always no. Always.

I asked my wife, who reads the news intently, “Is it just me, or is there more and more skepticism about The Virus?”

Well, it’s not just me. There is now a lot of skepticism. I mean, if The Virus was everything “they” said it was, wouldn’t it be impossible to deny it? Would there be any room for skepticism? But people are now calling it “the Plan-demic” and depicting it as another insidious plot by globalists to take over the world and devour everybody’s freedom.

Is it not obvious that Democrats want this agony to go on for as long as possible–right up to Election Day, if they can swing it–so they can blame Trump and get weird demented corrupt Joe Biden elected president? How many times has this ploy worked–make a big fat mess and then blame it on the other guy?

One thing I know: Americans have shown an unexpected spinelessness, a whole new willingness to be controlled and cossetted. We are not the same sort of people who threw the tea into Boston harbor.

This is to our shame.


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