What’s most surprising about the pirating of medicine by a rogue government faction is the obvious rehashing of the same nonsense over and over again. People are still falling for the lies. We now welcome the new Omicron (initially called Nu) variant of coronavirus....
A Long Train of Abuses and Usurpations
It’s finally happened; the dreaded OSHA vaccine mandate has been published. The 154-page abomination is an attack on our rights, our liberty, and the rule of law. Yet so far, other than a few protests and lawsuits, little has been done to actually stop this attack on the American people. In 1776, a long train of abuses and usurpations led to a declaration and a war. In 2021, a similar set of abuses and usurpation, pursuing reducing us to absolute despotism, is met with a relatively mild response. Sure, some groups have held protests, and some states have filed lawsuits, but I have yet to hear anyone stand up and say “NO!”
In 1776, “[The king] has erected a multitude of New Offices, and sent hither swarms of Officers to harass our people, and eat out their substance.” in 2021, both Congress and the President, with the approval of the federal courts, have similarly sent swarms of officers to harass us and eat out our substance. Our Founding Fathers stood together and said, “NO!” In 2021 it seems too many Americans have traded their essential liberties for the empty and vapid promise of safety and security. Until the American people stop bending the knee to a government they created, they will continue to be their slaves. And for those of us who refuse to bend the knee, we need to seek ways of living for ourselves as the bullies in government come for us.
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