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  • Emily
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    Collateral damage - just a little common sense could have forseen this:

    https://americanconsequences.com/buc...vid-19-battle/
    Corona Wars September 22, 2021
    Biden’s Authoritarian COVID-19 Battle
    By Buck Sexton
    ...
    But there’s cognitive dissonance at the heart of this thinking from Biden and his supporters. First of all, when one breaks down the demographic data, the highest proportion of eligible but unvaccinated individuals in America is young Black and Latino males, who have received at least one shot at 43% and 48%, respectively. While there’s certainly a group within those categories of Republicans and Trump voters, the data tells us that most young minority males are not MAGA-hat-wearing, anti-vax Right-wingers… But the Democrat narrative ignores this reality.

    In fact, the Biden view of vaccine hesitancy is that white male, Right-wing individuals who refuse to get the vaccine are bad people who don’t care about the science. However, racial minorities are an entirely different matter when it comes to vaccine hesitancy. Dr. Fauci, Biden, and the whole COVID apparatus of control constantly make excuses around “access” issues for minorities who choose not to get the shot. We are supposed to ignore the politics of this and the fact that more than 90% of African American voters cast their ballots for Democrats in the 2020 election...

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  • Emily
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    Yes, whatever the motivation, the lack of empathy is chilling.

  • Emily
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    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...ccine-mandate/
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    “It’s really dangerous how passionately these people feel that they are virtuous and that the people who don’t choose to have that medical procedure are selfish and dangerous,” she said.

    Phipps Hague is worried about the tribalism of the left and the right in the county, and feels President Joe Biden is making things worse.

    “Our country, it feels like a tinderbox right now. And just the slightest spark is going to set things off. You know, it’s a scary kind of uncertain feeling when there’s just so much anger and aggression on both sides,” she said.

    “And it really does seem like our president is doing almost everything in his power to just make it worse. He says the words ‘unity,’ but the things that he’s saying are incredibly dangerous and historically, really terrible — to be pitting groups of people against each other like this,” she added.

    “You can’t just tell 80 million Americans to go away or do what you tell them, or you’re going to vanquish them and not allow them to work.”

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  • sharon sanders
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    I do not think it is a political plot. I think it is the power elites attitude across all parties that thinks it knows better and is more special than anyone else.

    I think it is the result of a collective growing narcissistic trend in society. "Do as I say, not what I do" (because I am special fabulous.)

    We have some information here about narcissism.

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  • Emily
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    https://www.djournal.com/news/congre...4c4afaa67.html
    Congressman: Don't prosecute sheriff that seized Katrina ice
    - The Forrest County official brought the supplies to residents who had been without electricity for five days.
    By HOLBROOK MOHR
    The Associated Press
    JACKSON - Randy Walker swears he would have died from his diabetes after Hurricane Katrina had a local sheriff not seized two FEMA trucks filled with ice and distributed it to residents, many of whom had to keep their insulin cold.
    Governments bungled much during Katrina and the suffering was horrific. My husband met an artist at the Saturday market who was a Katrina refugee. He and his wife still hoped to return some day until this latest hurricane.

    But what is happening now is different. We have the monoclonal antibodies. We were prepared. The Biden admin is complaining that FL is using more antibodies than OK? You don't have to be a genius to compare population size between those two states. I can't explain what is going on other than the extermination of a rival's supporters. And I think the vaccine job mandates are an attempt to displace conservatives and fill their jobs with Biden admin supporters. It's all a numbers game to them. To taxpayers, it is another nightmare.
    Mandate stress.jpg

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  • sharon sanders
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    This is why I said in early 2020 not to rely on the government, citing my experience with federal "help" in hurricane aftermath. In Florida, in the past, they seize the ice making plants and they decide where ice is distributed - in the brutal heat. Without ice, waiting for power restoration is almost impossible in August.

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  • US - Media: “HHS will determine the amount of product each state and territory receives on a weekly basis,”

    https://www.westernjournal.com/biden...t-move-deadly/
    Biden Turns His Back on Americans: His Latest Move Could Be Deadly
    By Christine Favocci September 17, 2021 at 3:54pm
    The Biden administration will limit shipments of a life-saving COVID-19 treatment to the red states where it’s needed most — while President Joe Biden complains their governors are playing politics with the pandemic.

    In the face of rising demand for monoclonal antibodies, a proven treatment for the virus that prevents serious illness, the Department of Health and Human Services has seized control of its distribution, creating a government bottleneck that will likely delay treatment for sick patients.

    According to The Washington Post, HHS will have complete authority to decide where the medication will go beginning this week, including 1.4 million doses the federal government recently purchased for $2.9 billion.

    “HHS will determine the amount of product each state and territory receives on a weekly basis,” an anonymous HHS official said, according to the Post...
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