You don't have to actually contract Covid to lose your Common Sense, long-term memory and good boundaries, apparently.
For years we've heard humanity referred to as sheep. The Elite of the New World Order contemptuously call you and I "sheep" and "cattle." Every year at Christmas, hundreds of choirs worldwide sing, "All we like sheep have gone astray-ay-ay," from Handel's Messiah.
But I didn't want to believe it! I wanted to believe, in the words of Gene Stratton Porter, that "we were reasoning, progressive, inventive men and women." Yeah, sod that. We're stupid sheep. Covid proved it.
If you don't think that's true, please keep reading because this is the last article about Covid I will ever write (hopefully!) because I'm sick of it. SICK OF IT. I've even toyed with the idea of banning all Covid headlines from my News page but hey! We must be relevant! Or do we!?
Just to be clear, I'm not a germaphobe anymore. But I was raised to be one. I was in ICU as an infant and sick a lot as a child so it made some sense back then.
Growing up as the only kid in the lunchroom with a HandiWipe in her lunchbag, I knew about germs. It became like my super power. I used to brag, "I can follow a germ from here to the Great Wall of China," a flippant cliché that took on ironic meaning when the China Virus hit our shores.
Maybe it's this "super power" that helped me see the incredible futility of wearing masks and gloves and personal cover-all Teletubby bubbles and whatnot. By the time Americans got around to masking up in Spring of 2020, I'd shed all of those accoutrements as worthless.
But it goes deeper than that. Much deeper!
Dead man walking. That's what I see when the "patriot and veteran" Tony Bobulinksi held his press conference a mere two hours before Biden took the stage for his final Presidential Debate against incumbent Donald J. Trump.
The upshot? Joe lied when he claimed he never discussed Hunter's business dealings with China. We all knew that already but it felt good to approach the Presidential Debate with "liar" fresh in the minds of the American people. Naturally, the press tried to forge a link with Rudy Giuliani but Tony held firm on "no questions."
Tony's presser almost eclipsed Amy Coney Barrett's nomination to the Supreme Court being approved (despite the Democrats' silent tantrum by boycott) for the Senate vote. If that weren't enough, Ghislaine Maxwell's deposition was also unsealed. Those women should not be mentioned in the same paragraph.
It's been a banner day for American political news. An embarrassment of headline riches. But I digress. Focus. Debate. Oh yeah, right. Debate.
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