The Orange Man is still pushing “vaccines.”
He did an interview about a week ago with Piers Morgan during which he not only touted their wonderfulness in a general sense, he took personal credit for “saving millions of lives.”
He said nothing about the millions of lives he personally wrecked. The thousands of lives the “vaccines” have taken.
So far . . .
This same man is the one who also declared – and never rescinded – the “national emergency” over one that wasn’t. Nevertheless, he helped to create an ongoing one – by creating the precedent – those with a legal turn of mind will immediately grok – for the declaration at any time of medical martial law, imposed at the whim of “health” bureaucrats who consider themselves a power-unto-themselves, who ought never to have their edicts or even their statements questioned, much less subject to courts, elections and so on.
Speaking of whom.
It was the Orange Man who enabled America’s Lysenko – Anthony Fauci – by literally handing him the microphone and giving him the podium. For almost all of OM’s last year in office. Leading to the new man, now in the office.
It is unforgivable.
In part because it wasn’t a mistake. It was known, very early in the “pandemic” that is was only the latter in the rhetorical sense, as in a “pandemic” of the seasonal flu. Which was hystericized into something on the order of the Black Death. For the purpose of weaponizing hypochondria.
Fauci is still there – and the Orange Man wants to come back. Why would anyone of sound mind want him back? Bear in mind that the “lock downs” occurred when he was there. They haven’t returned now that he is gone. They may, of course – but if they do it will be precisely because the precedent for them has already been established. Under the watch of Orange Man.
It was while he was there that most Americans were all-but-bayonet-pointed into wearing “masks” as the price of being allowed to work or even (in some cases) be outside, in public. It established the precedent expanded upon by his (s)elected successor, it’s true. But would that expansion have been feasible, politically, if the precedent hadn’t been set and the public conditioned to accept it?
The bottom line is it did not have to happen.
But it did – while Orange Man was there. He did not even try to stop it. The same man bum-rushed emergency use authorization of the “vaccines” he now takes credit for “saving millions of lives” – at the cost of the bodily autonomy of hundreds of millions of people. He is personally responsible for enabling the establishment of the principle that your now-former right to work or even to socialize can be made conditional upon submitting to “vaccinations” – like a cat being taken to the vet.
If the government, using corporations as its tool, can force you to submit to a “vaccine” it can in principle force you to submit to any “vaccine.” It is the same principle that is established when people accept the government’s having the right to tax away a penny of earned income. Upon what principle would the taxing away of 25 or 50 cents or the entirety of one’s income be denied?
Dullards do not understand this.
Many continue to cheer the Orange Man, to hope for his return, Elvis-like, to the throne he seems to regard as his personal property. Interestingly, this “property” was probably stolen from him – in the theatrical as much as the actual sense, in the manner of a pro wrestling match from back in the day. Orange Man playing the role of Hulk Hogan, dazed by the fake fold-up chair just smashed over his head by the Iron Sheik. The outraged fans roar in anger! The Hulkster hears them, gathers strength, shaking off the effects of the Sheik’s blows. He begins to stand erect. The Sheik’s eyes evince wonder – and terror. Sixty seconds later – after some off-the-ropes choreographed body slams – the Hulkster pins the defeated Sheik, leaps to his feet and pounds his chest, eyes bugged with the flush of confected victory.
The fans feel victorious. They go home. Hulk Hogan collects his check. Faces and Heels. Marks and Sharps. It’s not Bobby “the brain” Heenan behind it all. But it is someone with brains. Someone who understands that many people are willing to support that which they think is on their side, so long as that “side” says he is.
No matter what he actually does. Or doesn’t do.
This man – whom I readily acknowledge did some good things – though not in principle, it is critical to understand, such as denying the right, in principle, of the federal government to decree any many miles-per-gallon every new car must deliver – as opposed to arguing that 50 miles-per-gallon is “too high” (but 35 is just fine). The bottom line is that he effaced everything good he did by his active complicity with the “virus” narrative and everything attending, most especially as regards the “vaccines.”
This latter is – ought to be, for all thinking people – a line in the sand akin to that which is crossed when a country shoots a nuke at another country. Once crossed, it cannot be walked back.
Orange Man not only crossed it, he ran across it. Such a man is either an absolute imbecile and dangerous for that reason or actively complicit and something much worse.
Orange Man has been a catastrophe that cannot be allowed to repeat itself.
While no thinking person ought to look toward any politician for deliverance – much less expect deliverance, which ought to be done by each of us, for ourselves, in defense of our natural, God-given rights and god-damn anyone who says otherwise – there are surely some, such as Florida’s governor, Ron DeSantis, who speak in terms of principles and (so far) have defended them.
Whether it would be another Hulk vs. Sheik performance in the event DeSantis becomes the contender for the belt, the point is it would be, if the Orange Man becomes the contender, again.
It’s not necessary to play five dimensional chess to grasp this. All that is necessary is to come to terms with the man’s record – what he did – as opposed to what dullards let themselves believe he just said.
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