Saturday, May 8, 2021

What’s Behind Masks in Cars and Other COVID-19 Insanity; Do They Do This in the Bedroom Too? Kamala Wears a Mask While Kissing Her Husband [VIDEO], and other C-Virus Updates

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What’s Behind Masks in Cars and Other COVID-19 Insanity:
If you wanted to teach a class on how to cause confusion and distrust, you would follow the U.S. government’s coronavirus playbook.
A lot has been written about the historically low levels of trust Americans have in their leaders and institutions. There’s been less analysis on what happens when a government has no faith in its own citizens.
We are seeing the results today. From the start of the pandemic, health authorities have chosen gamesmanship over honesty.
That has resulted in muddled and inconsistent messaging from national leaders. The end result is a broken country of citizens at one another’s throats.
Mask fights, deboarding flights, and, of course, the crazy people driving around alone in their cars with masks on all stem, at least in part, from a government that has refused to treat Americans like adults who could handle the truth.
It’s important to note that the government has done a lot of good things in response to COVID-19. In the area of vaccine development, we have done more, faster than any other large country.
The combination of heavy government subsidies and an innovative free market system produced strong, reliable vaccines at a record pace. We crushed efforts by China, Russia, and others to fight COVID-19 with medical innovations. --->READ MORE HERE
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Do They Do This in the Bedroom Too? Kamala Wears a Mask While Kissing Her Husband [VIDEO]:
Prior to the 2020 election, Kamala Harris publicly undermined the case for the COVID vaccine.
Asked at Wednesday’s vice-presidential debate whether she would take a vaccine approved by the Trump administration before or after the election, Harris said she’d be the “first in line” to take the vaccine if health experts like Dr. Anthony Fauci recommended it.

“If the public health professionals, if Dr. Fauci, if the doctors tell us that we should take it, I’ll be the first in line to take it, absolutely. But if Donald Trump tells us that we should take it, I’m not taking it,” Harris said.
Trump had no power as president to approve the vaccines. They went through scientific processes and were approved. As a senator since the Jurassic, Biden knew that.
At that time, Harris’s actions could be excused, perhaps, as doing Biden’s bidding. He also undermined the case for the vaccines, clearly for his own political gain. Harris could just have been following orders, as it were. Following orders through a lie that hurt Americans is morally inexcusable, of course.
But Harris has once again undermined the case for the COVID vaccines. This week she was spotted doing something very odd. She met her husband, Doug Emhoff, outdoors and kissed him. Both have long been vaccinated. --->READ MORE HERE
Follow links below to related stories and resources:

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USA TODAY: Coronavirus Updates

WSJ: Coronavirus Live Updates

YAHOO NEWS: Coronavirus Live Updates

NEW YORK POST: Coronavirus The Latest

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