Sunday, March 7, 2021

Why are states dropping mask mandates and other COVID-19 restrictions? Because they have a brain.

ABC is rpeorting that "Several states have dropped statewide mask mandates and loosened coronavirus restrictions over the past week." It's about bloody time. "Texas and Mississippi announced Tuesday that businesses could operate at full capacity, joining fellow Republican-led states Iowa, Montana and North Dakota in dropping statewide requirements for face coverings."

"Local lawmakers have cited declining COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, and many have argued that their decisions are aimed at restoring power and freedom to their constituents."

"But Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading expert on infectious diseases, called reopening so soon "ill-advised" Thursday on CNN." AYFKM? CNN is ridiculous. Anyone who quotes them has zero credibility. Dr Fauci is an idiot. Aside from bad personal hygiene, his foundation funded the research on Chinese bats with coronavirus in the Wuhan Lab. He should be in jail. Quoting him is absurd. Just Remember what Michael Green from TBM Nation had to say about Dr Falsey.

Texas has a brain. That's why everyone is moving away from the high taxes of Liberal sh*t holes like California and New York to places like Texas and Arizona with low taxes. Rebel News is reporting that "Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is pushing a piece of legislation titled Senate Bill 12, that would prohibit social media companies like Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter from censoring Texans based on viewpoints they express.” God Bless Greg Abbott.

Here at home Justan Idiot's Covid hotels are absurd. You need a negative covid test to get on a plane. Making people pay $2,000 or more for a hotel stay when they come back to Canada is a violation of the Mobility rights in the Canadian Charter of Rights. This wasn't warranted when Covid hit us last year and it is certainly not warranted now that covid has lost its strength.

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