Indoctrination into the New Normal

Remember last year when ther were people telling all of us we would have to get used to a new normal due to the pandemic? Oh, by the way, Happy New Year to everyone. Yes, we were told that out lives would probably change in certain ways, forever. It’s not that there are new laws on the books, at least none where I live. There are some Executive Orders though that restrict what people may or may not do inside and outside the home. where I live, there are no mandates – yet, but I suspect it won’t be long before my Governor is forced to take some extra steps, even if temporary, attempting to throttle the spread of the virus.

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Virus? There’s a Virus?

It seems the more we learn about the Wuhan virus the less we actually seem to know. As I’ve written before, it’s come to a point where people just don’t know what or who to believe. Did anyone see this recent article on the lies of Anthony Fauci? He’s admitted keeping information from people. Why? How many died from overdoses., suicide, or some other treatable disease because of the schizophrenic response we’ve somehow become used to from all levels of government and what appears to be some sort of coverup among government scientists.

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If You’re Old or Sick, You’re Worth Less Than a Politician.

The rollout of the new vaccine – rules determined by a panel at the CDC – should tell us all we need to know about what unelected bureaucrats think of the American people. In a story just out from a conservative news site, Brietbart, representative Tulsi Gabbard goes on a tear about how this is being done. For months during the development of these vaccines, what was it we were all told? The people most vulnerable to the virus should be first in line. Who are those people? Did we suddenly forget?

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The Politics of the China Virus

I think that at one time or another, everyone of us say something that is in the heat of the moment. It’s human nature. To come back later and say it wasn’t really meant, at least not in that way, is to me too little, too late because at the time, it was clearly meant exactly the way it was spoken. Although I try not to let emotion override reason, it happens – a little more rarely as I’ve gotten older – but it still occurs. I’m pretty sure that I’ve never disliked anyone to an extent where even in that moment, I’ve wished ill on that person – some harm to befall them.

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