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Top 10 Absurdities of the COVID Pandemic

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Posted By: Jack Garrison, 5/3/2021 8:38:08 AM

President Joe Biden and the Democratic Party may be in denial, but the truth is unavoidable. For all intents and purposes, the COVID-19 pandemic which has ravaged our country and our economy for fourteen months is over. As we prepare to close the book on the nightmare it has been, let’s pause for a moment with the Top Ten list for the Month of May to reflect on some of the most ridiculous aspects of the handling of the coronavirus outbreak. #10 – One-way traffic rules in supermarket aisles –


There's a lot more than ten. What about closing churches and keeping weed dispensaries open?

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Reply 1 - Posted by: NamVet70 5/3/2021 9:06:10 AM (No. 773932)
We are not essentially back to normal when we still have reduced seating and face mask requirements to attend Church. Also face mask requirements to enter most shops and other businesses including medical facilities. It is time for these obscene restrictions to end. We won't be back to normal until all that is gone and we have fair elections again without the massive cheating that gave the Democrats every branch of government.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: petrichor 5/3/2021 9:12:13 AM (No. 773943)
I have to admit it irritated me yesterday to see taped a taped "X" on the floor, six feet from another.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Strike3 5/3/2021 9:38:35 AM (No. 773974)
It would have been easier to just list names, Fauci, Scarf Lady, Rachel Levine and seven of the governors who thought it would be wise to lock people in their homes and put silly masks on their faces. There were more than seven of them but you did specify ten in your list. As hoaxes go, this one was pretty effective because you had the unknown origin (Wuhan) which could not be checked out, the fear factor because you can't see a virus and the willingness of enough sheep to control the population and a reason to allow a mental midget like Joe Biden to campaign from his basement so mail-in vote fraud could get him elected. Nice effort but it's all over except for the coup reversal.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: mc squared 5/3/2021 10:15:50 AM (No. 774011)
The last 14 months were just Phase 1. The next comes when fistfights break out when the Stasi asks for your vax certificate.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: udanja99 5/3/2021 12:39:09 PM (No. 774170)
As to #7, Xiden just banned travel from India due to high rates of the virus there. Surprisingly (/s) no one has called him a xenophobe.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Faithfully 5/3/2021 9:29:18 PM (No. 774627)
Let us add government leaders and entertainment swells who vacation in St. Bart's while we are in lockdown.
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