Listen in as America’s most popular audio engineer and her host try to snap everyone out of all this.
A COVID-19 Vaccine trial may not return results for a lack of active infections to fight, all the colds we’ve caught may have given many of us some immunity to this new cold virus, and the fact that the COVID-19 body count is being inflated, (in some cases grossly inflated) is now established by public health officials. The bug just ain’t as bad as we thought! (And for some reason none of this is “good news”).
The fall could see an appreciable increase in home-schooling, but Anthony “faulty” Fauci continues to act as if we are dealing with a bug that’s as catchy as the measles and as deadly as Ebola! He condescends to allow for some church, but only if you join the cult of the six feet-mask, and NO communion, and certainly NO singing! We ask Mr, Fauci to kindly go to Hell.
We examine the extraordinary loss of trust in almost everything, occurring at light speed all around, and wonder how much more before it all burns to the ground?
In Chicago 10 were killed and 39 wounded over the weekend… And that was LAST weekend, BEFORE the riots.
In a deadly case of judicial of “tolerance”, 80 year old Rosalie Cook was murdered, stabbed in the chest by a man with 67 previous arrests so he could rifle through her purse and steal her car.
At the Liberty Tree Tavern in Elgin Texas if you’re too scared to take off your mask they won’t let you drink there, and at Steve Smith’s bar in Nashville if you try to loot, his team will do the right thing, and shoot to kill.
Celebrities we’ve never heard of are donating money to bail out looters and rioters, the mayor of Minneapolis Jacob Frey is asking that riots and looting can be done safely only when observing social distancing and wearing masks, (and apparently you only have to stay at home if you plan to burn down just your own house).
All that plus the joy’s of an aging irrigation system Cal Thomas’ book, “America’s Expiration Date“, and a thought exercise that may help you avoid lurching from one delusion to the next.