I’m still waiting for somebody to present the “other side” of the Holocaust. I mean, it’s only fair, right?
So he’s telling us that he already knows the 2022 election is rigged, setting the stage for him to again simply reject any results he doesn’t like. But he’s also telling folks to get out and vote. Yeah, I’m trying to get my head around that, too.
Tragically, 460 American law enforcement officers have died from COVID since the pandemic began. That’s four times the number of officers who have died from gunfire during the same period. Love, respect and thanks to all of these fallen public servants. We don’t want that COVID number to go any higher. Why, then, are some police unions resisting vaccination, and even threatening walkouts if vaccine mandates are adopted? This makes any sense? Policing is about protecting the public. There is currently no bigger public safety issue than COVID-19.
Tell me again how wearing a mask is a violation of your “personal freedom.” Is having to stop at a red light a violation of your freedom? Seat belts? Vaccination requirements for other diseases as a prerequisite for public school attendance, you know, as have been in place for 70 years or so? Smoking bans in public places? Is breaking and entering OK, you know, in the name of “personal freedom”? Slugging a dude in a bar is still frowned upon, too. Drivers’ licenses? Vehicle safety inspections? Damn, pick one side of your mouth, will you?
Demanding that doctors and hospitals treat you with a horse-wormer, and filing lawsuits to force them to do so? Because you’re more of a medical expert than physicians and medical researchers are?
Folks identifying themselves as supporters of “law and order,” then turning a blind or even supportive eye to a violent riot whose clear and stated aim was to overthrow the government of the United States?
The Latin term for all of these scenarios is “non sequitur,” meaning “makes no sense.”
My term for it is “insanity.”