We live today in the USA under a cascade of official lies.
What we can now see with the perfect clarity of hindsight is that the advent of COVID opened the door for a microscopically small cohort of “experts” to arrogate to themselves nearly unlimited authority over the lives of ordinary working Americans.
The ‘mad pursuit of zero’ precludes policy makers and politicians from ever asking, “Will the benefits of doing this outweigh the costs?”
We’re becoming used to incompetence and failure.
People who get up every day and go make the country work are tired of getting screwed.
Today’s Democrats don’t think they have to sell you. They believe that their elite university degrees and insider status confer upon them the right to tell you.
For brazen leftist hypocrisy, it’s hard to top the Met Gala in New York.
If the desire is for us to assume the risk of vaccination over the risk of contracting COVID, it would be good for our leaders and “experts” – including the unelected and increasingly discredited Lord Fauci – to act as if vaccination actually works.
We can now see what Anthony Fauci was saying in private and compare that to what he was saying in public.
What we have learned – or at least what we should learn – from the pandemic is that people in high positions in government are quick to assume power and slow to relinquish it.
I fear that 2020 marked a point of inflection for American citizens with respect to their fundamental beliefs about the tradeoffs between safety and liberty.
Aside from being politicians, what do the mayors of Austin and Houston and the governors of New York and California have in common?