Please take seriously the severity of this existential threat to everything free people hold dear. Do everything in your power to pass this report on to others and to find ways to communicate with and to influence people to stop empowering WHO to take over our...
Good Little Robots
During a recent visit to the grocery store to purchase some essential needs⏤ice cream and chocolate foremost among the items on my shopping list; I found my thoughts drifting off as I watched the other people who were in the store shopping.
I noticed that many were dutifully wearing the protective face masks as they have been instructed to do by Dr. Fauci during the White House’s daily Coronavirus briefings. Though from my vantage point I’m not sure how effective those face masks really are.
Few wore them properly, with most leaving their noses uncovered because wearing them as instructed has a tendency to fog up one’s eyeglasses. And the way they were wearing them with the nostrils exposed makes one more susceptible to exposure to the very Coronavirus they were intended to protect against.
Another thing I was struck by was the complete lack of eye contact or conversation between shoppers as they encountered each other throughout the store. People looked down at the floor or off to the side if they happened to come within six feet of someone else.
Shoppers would start to enter a particular aisle and then suddenly stop in their tracks if they saw another person already in that aisle. They would suddenly turn around and quickly withdraw. I actually saw a couple shoppers inadvertently bump into someone else as they backed out of the occupied aisle, putting them well within the six feet distance they were trying to originally avoid by beating their hasty retreat.
One other thing I was struck by was how they just didn’t look to me at all like they were dutiful practitioners of ‘social distancing’. It was more reminiscent of people being ‘robotic’ in their behavior. And I have to admit that it scared me a bit.
I certainly am not an advocate of throwing caution to the wind and returning life back to normal before it’s wise to do so. We need to continue to listen to our health care professionals. And we must also be mindful of the health and risks to those same medical personnel who are on the front lines of this pandemic. As well the concerns of our most vulnerable citizens who are at greater risk.
But with the reports of Russian, Chinese, and Iranian attempts to influence what Americans see and hear through social media and other methods, not to mention the on-going coup attempt that has been underway by the Democrats for over three years now, we must carefully scrutinize everything we are being told about the threats we face from this terrible health crisis.
Democrat politicians are actually encouraging Americans to snitch on their neighbors who might be violating one of the in many cases arbitrary rules being established to control the population.
We haven’t seen anything like this since the days of the STASI in communist East Germany before the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Are Americans being set up to accept anything the government tells us? Particularly about the results of the upcoming elections in November?
Considering the extent that Democrats have shown themselves willing to resort to in order to remove President Trump, and consequently to bring the investigations into their corruption to a halt by Trump’s Department of Justice, it’s certainly something to think about.
Democrats are a corrupt enterprise and they are afraid that their decades of corruption will be revealed if President Trump is re-elected, and if the Republicans control the House and retain control of the Senate.
Democrats need to understand that if they try to steal the November election by using this Coronavirus crisis as a front for their voter fraud and other corrupt tactics, they will hear a roar in this country unlike anything they have ever experienced.
Not everyone in this country are good little robots willing to blindly follow what they’re being told by the government. And the Democrats better take heed.
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