We have no idea where 90%+ of the people are getting infected. We shut down churches and small businesses but deem Walmart, Home Depot, and riots and vandalism safe. Because #Science. Oh, and a mask stops it. Yeah. That. #DoAsYoureTold
Interesting when a so-called medical expert is characterizing a cold virus in the context of a country’s “independent spirit.” Maybe, just maybe, the vaccine will fix that. That would explain his little chuckle at the the end.
Anthony Fauci, speaking at the National Cathedral (no symbolism there!) shows his hand:
Can’t wait for a fair Crimes against Humanity trial with a first class hanging to follow.
2020 has been quite a year. We caved like a bunch of school girls to a seasonal flu like obedient little serfs, isolated our elderly in hotbeds of disease and contagions, denied them the care and comfort of family. Then we have a pretender to the papal throne say he was all down with civil unions because Sodomites deserve a family or something. On a related note he elevated the new Archbishop of DC (Wilton Gregory) to Cardinal, following in the footsteps of fellow pervs McCarrick and Wuerl. Maybe they can form a civil union and call it the Unholy Trinity. Then we get treated to a coup with nary a shot being fired, treating the US Constitution with the same warmth as we’re able to show our elderly. About all the good I can see in 2020 is hindsight.
Pope Criticizes People Who Complain About Pandemic Restrictions
Bloomberg reports that Papal stand-in, Jorge Bergoglio called for “patience and solidarity” so long as you agree with him. He went on to criticize “those who complain about restrictive measures during the coronavirus pandemic.”
It only took seven years, but he’s finally paying attention to me.
While he noted that “[W]e have an increase in numbers of those who mercilessly profited from the misfortune of others, those who think only about themselves,” indicating that he might be calling out Bill Gates, Tony Fauci, and Jeff Bezos, all of whom have profited wildly from the ColdvidFlu hype, but then added “who [also] protested or complained about certain restrictive measures, unable to accept that not everyone has the same abilities and resources to face the pandemic” which, of course, none of the three of them did.
Seems like the last time a leader called for “change we can believe in”, it wasn’t such a good thing.
“We need change. The pandemic brought our organizational and developmental models into a crisis; it exposed many injustices, the troubling silence and social and health failures, subjecting a great number of our brothers to the processes of social exclusion and degradation,” the pope said.