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This Just In and, oh yes, the Truth About Covid Follows After

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  • steve walsh October 5, 2020, 12:35 PM

    OMG! Did he learn nothing from his close brush with death! And he’s doubling down calling Covid a hoax and not a threat!!! /s
    Love this guy. Not only does he fight, he fights for you and me.

  • Casey Klahn October 5, 2020, 12:51 PM

    The Left loves Covid even more than they love Global Warming, which Bitch they forgat instantly when they saw that long, lean Covid waltzing down the street.

    Covid’s over. I was in a tele-meeting with many associates of the lib persuasion yesterday, and they fukn believe half or all of 2021 is going to be a shut-down for the country and the world. I didn’t feel it prudent or wise to tell them it gets over, officially, on Nov. 3rd.

  • Kevin in PA October 5, 2020, 2:58 PM

    officially over on Nov. 3rd.

    I had to go to the local library to use their printer. Not only did they require masks, but gloves too and dispensed at the front entrance. This was last Wednesday, before the announcement that the Trumps had covid. I grumbled as I put on the gloves and said, this will all be over after the election! To which all the library ladies looked perplexed.

    It just saddens me to see people sheepishly surrendering their humanity, by wearing a mask that is ineffective against a virus, on an absolutely gorgeous Autumn day. Walking around breathing in your own effluent when, instead you could breath the sweet scent of season changing.
    Shaking my head. Was common sense ever common?

  • jwm October 5, 2020, 3:20 PM

    Casey & Kevin, I hope and pray that you guys are right. I’m not optimistic, though. Yesterday I was at the monthly antique and classic bike cruise in Long Beach. The beach was hot and sunny, temps in the high 80’s. Well over half the people on the bike path were muzzled like dogs. Most of the time everyone on the bike path grabs their cameras when we ride by. The sight of seventy to a hundred all original, or beautifully restored Schwinns, Columbias, Western Flyers, and Shelbys is something to behold. When we rode past one woman and her daughter, the girl turned away, clutched her mom in a death grip, and buried her face in her mother’s shirt. The poor child was utterly terrified. Thousands of people were walking, jogging, riding in the heat, and slurping their air in through those filthy spit-soaked face diapers. These poor souls are brainwashed, and programmed to an extent that defies belief. They’re not going to let go of their phony safety blanket willingly. My guess is that the media is going to double down on the hysteria, and fear mongering now that Trump has threatened their cherished captivity.


  • Kevin in PA October 5, 2020, 4:31 PM

    I’d love to see a parade of old restored bicycles, as you describe!
    Yeah, well, here it seems half the people are wearing masks out of obedience / fear and others, self included will push the limits anywhere it’s not going to cause a scene.

    I can’t help but see Trump’s recovery as a defeat of the narrative – “wait for the vaccine.” Though, I read news of possible ban on travel for those who refuse the vaccine….chilling!

    My human rights are not diminished due to your fear. This argument needs to be put forward forcefully.