COVID-19 is not over.
Dr. Fauci says that the virus has “fooled us before,” and even though many people seem grateful that the government has lifted their tyrannical mandates, we need to be prepared to pivot and “re-institute some of those restrictions” at whatever point it becomes politically expedient to do so.
Of course, that’s not exactly how he said it.
What are the chances this will happen just before the election? Imagine the public being freaked out about a new, more virulent and deadly variant. Imagine lockdowns and social distancing, along with testing and vaccine requirements, wreaking havoc on in-person voting. Imagine the howling cries for more mail in ballots — to keep people safe — because everyone has a right to vote.
Imagine ballot counts coming in long after the election is over — because of covid. Imagine the public trust in election results plummeting lower than ever, the outcome of the election being contested, the legal process being drug out through court, while the American people get drug through the mud of political corruption, all under the cover of the next covid variant.
Don’t think it can’t happen. Many people already believe that COVID-19 was a tool used to steal the last presidential election. Is it just coincidence that some politicians are trying to pass legislation making it illegal to public question the outcome of elections? When is the last time you heard anyone talking about Dominion Voting Systems? According to forensic examiners, electronic voting system have “significant and pervasive vulnerabilities” that could be used to facilitate massive voter fraud.
Remember January 6th? That was the day congress was supposed to certify the election of Joe Biden, despite there being widespread reports of irregularities, intimidation, and voter fraud. Rather that addressing election integrity (or lack thereof), all hell broke loose in what some people believe was an attempted coup by Trump supporters, while others claim it was a false-flag event meant to put a lid on the election questions, and further stoke the divisions that are ripping our country apart.
Rather than opine on the events of that fateful day, let me bring attention back to the fact that all of this was happening at a point when the public had been being hammered by the pandemic for almost a year. Uncertainty and chaos were already at an all time high. People were scared of an invisible enemy that was so graphically ravaging the world.
Given the extreme state of duress, election fraud was more than many people were willing to consider. Gripped by fear and stuck in survival mode, most Americans just wanted everybody to follow the rules, do whatever they were told to do, and obey the constantly evolving edicts of unelected rulers like Dr. Fauci. Anyone who questioned the narrative, or the election, was considered a treasonous wretch.
So here we are now, with another election cycle ramping up under the looming shadow of the next lethal variant. While the media obsesses about Russia’s evil agenda, all the pieces are being quietly put in place to ensure that the peaceful transition of power — from We The People to The Powers That Be — happens as quickly as possible, before more people wake up to what’s really going on.
Thankfully, more and more people are waking up, thanks in part to the convoy of truckers who are raising hell in DC and the millions of people who have been rallying for freedom all across the country. People are tired of being abused by the government, and while the new Covid Czar may try to sell us on the next phase of the Great Reset, many Americans are ready to revolt:
If the government tries to turn around and lock everyone down again and convert America back into a medical penal colony, they’re going to have a revolt on their hands… and it’s not going to be pretty.
Democracy is messy. Politics are messy. War is messy. Pandemics are messy. Humanity is messy.
How do we get out this mess? Wisdom says we need to put all options on the table — and consider whether or not voting is still a viable solution in the age of political corruption.