Trust the Science you say? Sure. Our kids are two years behind in education. Inflation still rages. White-collar jobs are disappearing thanks to the reversal of Fed policy. Household finances are a wreck. The medical industry is in upheaval. Trust in government has never been lower. Major media is a vat of lies. Young people, even healthy athletes are dying at levels never seen. Populations are still moving from lockdown states like NY and CA to where it is less likely, bringing their liberal waste and garbage with them, thus destroying the last few good states. Surveillance is on steroids and political persecution is totally normalized. Public health is staring into the abyss of nothingness, with substance abuse and obesity all at new records. This is the fallout from the pandemic response that began in March 2020.
We know the new rules–Don’t ever mention the lockdowns or the stupid mask mandates. Please don’t remark about the vaccine mandates that proved useless and damaging and led to millions of professional traumas–yes, some lost their jobs over this idiocy.
Justice Neil Gorsuch calls this “the greatest intrusions on civil liberties in the peacetime history of this country.” Be sure not to mention those at all.
The elites have begun to whitewash and attempt to re-write their failures in a new document Lessons from the Covid War: An Assessment. The authors–Michael Callahan (Massachusetts General Hospital), Gary Edson (former Deputy National Security Advisor), Richard Hatchett, (Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations), Marc Lipsitch (Harvard University), Carter Mecher (Veterans Affairs), and Rajeev Venkayya (former Gates Foundation and now Aerium Therapeutics). These are the people that mandated compliance, condemning as disinformation and misinformation anyone who disagreed with the tactics. They were the architects that replaced representative democracy with quasi-martial law run by the administrative state. The document pushes the notion that we should have surveilled more, and locked down sooner, and thrown billions (more) of tax dollars to create a Covid Commission. The document even has the nerve to say, “all of New England — Massachusetts, the city of Boston, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine — seem to us to have done relatively well, including their ad hoc crisis management setups”–they say this like we’re too stupid to remember that Boston destroyed thousands of small businesses and imposed vaccine passports, closed churches, persecuted people for holding house parties, going to the gym, and imposed travel restrictions. Unfortunately, the lessons they learned are just how far they can really go, and how much they can make us do.
Covid Cocktails –“These motherfuckers had the data pretty early on…And they wouldn’t let it go.” — Billy Corgan, Smashing Pumpkins told Bill Mahar, in reference to the so-called experts. “Somebody was jerking off in an office somewhere laughing about what they got people to do,” he continued. Maher said he understood the need for specific, temporary restrictions if the hospitals had been overrun, adding it “didn’t happen as much as they hyped…I can see draconian measures for a short period of time but then to let something that should have been two weeks drag on for two, three years,” Maher said before Corgan jumped in to remind him of “flatten the curve.”
The video below sums it up well:
More media lies –“The owner of LinkedIn, Reid Hoffman, has had a history of far-left activism. He also was involved in some of these fake Russian bot campaigns to make it seem like there was Russian election interference. That’s the irony here. Here we have actual election interference against someone who’s actually running for office by this company, owned by the same guy trying to blame other countries for it,” said Federalist Editor-in-Chief Mollie Hemingway.
Debt ceiling “Crisis”–“Democrats know they will have to eat a turd sandwich, the Republicans will have to put some Nutella spread on it first,” one House Democrat told the Axios news service. The problem for Democrats is that a majority of Americans agree that Congress should cut at least some government spending if they raise the debt ceiling. That makes Democrats’ position — not to cut spending — untenable and puts Republicans in a good negotiating spot.
On the border- Top House committee ramps up pressure on HHS chief Becerra to testify over child migrant crisis.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, a Republican from South Carolina, traveled to Kyiv on Friday to assure Ukraine’s president that, whatever Republican candidates may say on the campaign trail, the U.S. Congress remained firmly committed to the Ukrainian cause…this d-bag never fails to disappoint.
Meanwhile, still in Ohio…
On the ‘Holy Reparations Batman’ front: