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We’ve been told for several months that there is just no way that there are any lab origins to the COVID virus, and that anyone who suspects otherwise is a conspiracy theorist. Well, the Governor of New Jersey accidentally tipped his hand and confirmed that this isn’t just a regular virus, this is some kind of superhero virus that could not possibly be natural.
Asked if he was worried that the #GeorgeFlyod protests violated his ban on large gatherings, @GovMurphy says "it's one thing to protest what day nail salons are opening and it's another to come out and peaceful protest about somebody who was murdered right before our eyes."
— Shlomo Schorr (@OneJerseySchorr) June 1, 2020
It’s the same story from governors and mayors across the country. They know that this virus can tell the difference between a legitimate gathering of thousands of people and five folks inside a nail salon. This virus analyses the motives of its potential victims and can determine who is worthy of being passed over and who should be targeted for destruction. That is why we are still unable to worship together or give our money to small businesses because the virus must have been engineered in such a way to determine that these are not legitimate reasons to gather. The virus knows that it’s admirable to destroy aforementioned churches and small businesses, and when people gather to wreak havoc on these buildings, they should be spared.
That’s some virus.Published in