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Social Distance, Wear a Mask…if Nuclear Bomb Detonates, Explains Ready.Gov
Have you ever wondered if your esteemed DC politicians are experiencing mental illness?
After reading this post, you will have complete clarity and wonder no more!
The US government’s Ready.Gov website is a handy little gift to the average American, from the bureaucrats of President Sock Puppet… which gives advice on what to do in every imaginable type of disaster.
The Biden administration bureaucrats and cabinet members seem to manifest various types of insanity.
This handy Biden – Obama Administration website tells us as we get blasted from a nuclear device and enter a period of war, that Americans should wear a mask and maintain six feet social distancing in the event of a nuclear explosion.
No, this is not a joke; it’s real. Here is some of the fantastic advice of the Biden – Obama Administration’s team. If you ever wondered how the Democrat administration spent all those trillions of dollars. This amazing website is a good example.
It tells us, in case of a nuclear explosion…
“Get inside the nearest building”… so far, so good. Unless there are gender issues about the restrooms…
“Go to the basement or middle of the building. Stay away from the outer walls and roof…” so far so good, and then things begin to get a little strange as the mental state of the Washington DC bureaucrat mentality shines through.
“Try to maintain a distance of at least six feet between yourself and people who are not part of your household. If possible, wear a mask if you’re sheltering with people who are not a part of your household,” the website states. “Children under two years old, people who have trouble breathing, and those who are unable to remove masks on their own should not wear them.”
This Ready.Gov message is disconcerting to pandemic rules purists. It’s not understandable why the government geniuses who wrote this advice are giving a pass to children under two years old and people with breathing difficulties. After all, they could infect someone during the nuclear explosion, couldn’t they?
How can it be that these groups get an exemption from the mask mandate?
As I was becoming disconcerted that this advice must be misinformation, something clicked, I saw a sort of hidden message from Ready.Gov:
What better way for our government to end the pandemic than a nuclear war! After all, although the COVID-19 virus and its variants have proven very resilient, could they withstand the temperatures of a nuclear explosion? After all, the fireball of a nuclear blast is hotter than the sun at about 14,000 degrees. Worse even than even Global Warming.
And to add to the wonderful antiviral effect of the heat, the effect on the virus of the shock waves.
As we see in this photo (a March 1953 US nuclear test), which shows beyond a shadow of a doubt, those pesky viruses are finished!
But in any case, when there is a nuclear attack, be sure to social distance and wear your mask!
And never fear; our friendly government bureaucrats continue on with this advice on how to react to a nuclear bomb being dropped in your neighborhood.
Our well-paid guides explain that the worst effects of the blast happen in the first few hours, particularly if it’s dropped directly on your home.
This is why Americans should stay inside for at least 24 hours while continuing to wear a mask and “practice social distancing.”
And then, just to assure we are well trained in nuclear survival, the Obama education corps tell us:
“Hand sanitizer does not protect against fall out,” hmm, that’s very disappointing.
“Stay inside for 24 hours unless local authorities provide other instructions. Continue to practice social distancing by wearing a mask and by keeping a distance of at least six feet between yourself and people who are not part of your household,”
Not yet done, our bureaucrats give us more friendly advice (I mean with government salaries of between $65,000 and $120,000 a year, they won’t skimp on words), how to prepare for a nuclear weapon dropped on our home:
“Try to bring items that can help protect yourself and your family from COVID-19, such as hand sanitizer that contains at least 60 percent alcohol, cleaning materials, and two masks per person.”
And to show how much they care, our friendly Washington DC Biden – Obama government even discusses overcoming mental health problems that are associated with being incinerated.
“Know that it’s normal to feel anxious or stressed. Take care of your body and talk to someone if you are feeling upset. Many people may already feel fear and anxiety about the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The threat of a nuclear explosion can add additional stress.”
Then, of course, they try to scare the hell out of us with more advice that nuclear attack on your house can occur “with or without a few minutes warning.”
But all’s well that end’s well in La-La-Land. So similarly, as every day Jen Psaki tries to soothe us with her horrific lies, our nuclear guides let us know: just follow the Washington bureaucrats’ advice, and all will be well. No problem.
“Nuclear explosions can cause significant damage and casualties from blast, heat, and radiation, but you can keep your family safe by knowing what to do and being prepared if it occurs,”
That’s right. Just follow the orders of these mentally ill psychopaths, and everything will be fine.
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