Health Nazis Have Succeeded in Demoralizing the Public

 

So that, when they loosen the restrictions on Society, the people remain enslaved by their own fear of the Wuhan Coronavirus. For over a year, the Health Nazis have been shouting  “Fire!” in the crowded theater of Society, with their Press enablers publicizing the thousands of deaths; full ICUs, lost jobs and livelihoods, closed businesses, closed schools, increased anxiety and depression among children, and deaths of despair (suicides and drug overdoses).

Even our dictator in Washington state (Governor Inslee) has loosened restrictions, “allowing” citizens who are fully vaccinated to ditch mask-wearing in all places. (What does that say about government control of citizens’ lives?)

So, when the Almighty Centers for Disease Control and Prevention relaxes mask-wearing “guidelines” (which most governments treat as Law), the People are still fearful, even if they are fully vaccinated!  There are stories in the news today, detailing which entities are relaxing their “mask mandates”; and how many local businesses are not relaxing theirs!  Stories of individuals, still cowering under their metaphorical beds, afraid that the Big Bad Virus is still out there, spread by their Customers!  Below are some examples from KOMO today.

Some businesses thinking twice about new “no mask” guidelines from CDC (note the photo of Costco)

Changes during pandemic, new mask guidance, means roller-coaster of feelings for many (conservatives think, leftists feel)

Some businesses no longer requiring masks for fully vaccinated people (note the “some”)

The Health Nazis have succeeded in making many people in America, literally afraid to leave their homes; afraid to be in the same room with friends and family.  I have seen multiple stories in the Wall Street Journal about Americans who are still terrified of infection.  That makes them ripe for total government control of every aspect of their lives.

This Makes People Slaves to Their Government.  This shows that the real reason for mask mandates is Government Control, not “public health”.  And far too many citizens have succumbed to this irrational fear.

[originally posted at RushBabe49.com]

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  1. CACrabtree Coolidge
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    IMHO Inslee doesn’t get near enough credit for being the first class dweeb that he is.  He deserves to be ranked right up there (or down there) with Cuomo and Whitmer.  I might also throw Kate Brown in with that bunch.

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  2. DonG (2+2=5. Say it!) Coolidge
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    RushBabe49: And far too many citizens have succumbed to this irrational fear.

    Is the fear irrational?   Surely it is from anyone that has been red-pilled.  But, there are people that live in a bubble of doom.  Is it possible that their fear is rational?   I don’t know.  I have a hard time putting my self in the shoes of someone that is so innumerate and gullible that they believe everything that CNN and MSNBC say.  

     

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  3. Ron Selander Member
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    “So that, when they loosen the restrictions on Society, the people remain enslaved by their own fear of the Wuhan Coronavirus.

    Exactly!!!

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  4. Stad Coolidge
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    When it comes to some businesses not relaxing mask rules, I’d be interested to know the breakdown of percentages of those that do so because 1) they think they’re making their businesses safer for customers, or 2) they fear lawsuits if a customer catches COVID.  With a gun to my head, I’d guess the split is 40% caring about customers vs. 60% fear lawsuits.  I’d also bet that of that 40%, half of them really are afraid of lawsuits, but would never admit it to a pollster . . .

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  5. RushBabe49 Thatcher
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    Many places are responding to the fears of their front-line employees. 

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  6. Stad Coolidge
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    RushBabe49 (View Comment):

    Many places are responding to the fears of their front-line employees.

    I’ll bet they’re young people . . .

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  7. Jim McConnell Member
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    CACrabtree (View Comment):

    IMHO Inslee doesn’t get near enough credit for being the first class dweeb that he is. He deserves to be ranked right up there (or down there) with Cuomo and Whitmer. I might also throw Kate Brown in with that bunch.

    I would disagree with putting Gov. Brown in the same category as Cuomo and Whitmer, both of whom have been caught lying and violating their own “guidelines,” the very Leftist Gov. Brown has seemed to me to be following a more responsible and sensible line. She is certainly no DeSantis, Abbott or Noem, however.

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  8. Jim McConnell Member
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    Stad (View Comment):

    When it comes to some businesses not relaxing mask rules, I’d be interested to know the breakdown of percentages of those that do so because 1) they think they’re making their businesses safer for customers, or 2) they fear lawsuits if a customer catches COVID. With a gun to my head, I’d guess the split is 40% caring about customers vs. 60% fear lawsuits. I’d also bet that of that 40%, half of them really are afraid of lawsuits, but would never admit it to a pollster . . .

    Re #2, even in our litigious society, how would anyone expect to prove that a given case of Covid came from a particular establishment? Just curious. Perhaps one of our resident Ricochet attorneys would enlighten us?

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  9. Rodin Member
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    Jim McConnell (View Comment):

    Stad (View Comment):

    When it comes to some businesses not relaxing mask rules, I’d be interested to know the breakdown of percentages of those that do so because 1) they think they’re making their businesses safer for customers, or 2) they fear lawsuits if a customer catches COVID. With a gun to my head, I’d guess the split is 40% caring about customers vs. 60% fear lawsuits. I’d also bet that of that 40%, half of them really are afraid of lawsuits, but would never admit it to a pollster . . .

    Re #2, even in our litigious society, how would anyone expect to prove that a given case of Covid came from a particular establishment? Just curious. Perhaps one of our resident Ricochet attorneys would enlighten us?

    I can’t speak to Mar 2020, but by now there a three groupings — government and health care have masks on because…. , chain stores have masks on with only employees in trouble if they “disobey” because virtue, and everyone else only if they think their customers are fearful. 

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  10. Buckpasser Member
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    Jim McConnell (View Comment):

    Stad (View Comment):

    When it comes to some businesses not relaxing mask rules, I’d be interested to know the breakdown of percentages of those that do so because 1) they think they’re making their businesses safer for customers, or 2) they fear lawsuits if a customer catches COVID. With a gun to my head, I’d guess the split is 40% caring about customers vs. 60% fear lawsuits. I’d also bet that of that 40%, half of them really are afraid of lawsuits, but would never admit it to a pollster . . .

    Re #2, even in our litigious society, how would anyone expect to prove that a given case of Covid came from a particular establishment? Just curious. Perhaps one of our resident Ricochet attorneys would enlighten us?

    How can there be lawsuits?  Can you “prove” where you were contracted?  Have there been lawsuits because you contracted the flu or a cold?

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  11. Stad Coolidge
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    Jim McConnell (View Comment):
    how would anyone expect to prove that a given case of Covid came from a particular establishment?

    They can’t.  But they’ll try.  I can see a lawyer say, “My client visited several establishments last week, and all but the candy store required masks.  Therefore, my client is suing the candy store.”

    Don’t tell me there aren’t juries out there dumb enough to accept the argument . . .

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  12. Flicker Coolidge
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    Did someone say “Hitler“?

    CNN fires freelancer for tweet saying ‘world today needs a Hitler’

    CNN has fired a freelancer for a tweet that stated “The world today needs a Hitler,” the company said in a statement Sunday.

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  13. Eustace C. Scrubb Member
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    I don’t know, I’m feeling a little encouraged. You know Biden and many others wanted to keep masks going for a long time, and keep all the restrictions in place, but the pressure just became too great. Looking up north and at Singapore and Europe, I think some American greatness is sneaking through.

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  14. Eustace C. Scrubb Member
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    He just can’t do without that mask. Linus was more secure.

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  15. RushBabe49 Thatcher
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    Proof of comment #5 truth.  I went to our local Winco store, an employee-owned enterprise, and they are still requiring masks.  Not that I wore one-I haven’t worn one in the last three weeks, and have never yet been challenged.  And all of the other customers I saw were masked.  Washingtonians are way too compliant.

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  16. Stad Coolidge
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    Did someone say “Hitler“?

    CNN fires freelancer for tweet saying ‘world today needs a Hitler’

    CNN has fired a freelancer for a tweet that stated “The world today needs a Hitler,” the company said in a statement Sunday.

    When I first saw that story, I wondered why the person wasn’t fired.  Glad to see it happened . . .

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  17. Ammo.com Member
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    Did someone say “Hitler“?

    CNN has fired a freelancer for a tweet that stated “The world today needs a Hitler,” the company said in a statement Sunday.

    “The tweet was not the first time Raja shared his admiration for Hitler on Twitter.”

    Man, you are playing fast and loose with your freelance writing career if you start tweeting your admiration for Hitler on a regular basis.

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