Half Way There

The Colorado governor cites the failure of masks in New Mexico, but still clings to his vaccine superstition.

COVID In Colorado: Gov. Jared Polis Cites New Mexico As Example Of Why He’s Not Planning To Bring Back Mask Mandate – CBS Denver

Have we flattened the curve in the US? – Johns Hopkins

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6 Responses to Half Way There

  1. Grach says:

    Unusual heart disease statistics and censorship. Why are more people dying from heart disease –

  2. roaddog says:

    Superstition continues to trump actual observation. Though shalt not question the shaman.

  3. Solar Mutant Ninjaneer says:

    I live in New Mexico and refuse to wear a mask for three reasons.
    (1) Masks don’t work – not even a little bit.
    (2) Masks are unhealthy – Masks breed dangerous pathogens – Masks force rebreathing unsafe levels of CO2 – Masks inhibit social interactions and are psychologically harmful.
    (3) Mask Mandates Are Illegal – Mandates violate our constitution – It is MY DUTY to resist government tyranny.

    Other than one store, I have not had any pushback – not from employees nor from other customers. Maybe my attitude and expression which says “don’t mess M… F…!” has something to do with it.

    Like I said. It is MY DUTY (everybody’s duty for that matter) to resist tyranny, at least that is what I was taught at the US Military Academy 50 years ago.

  4. rah says:

    What? Fauci and every other public health official that supports mask mandates lied? This is written by a trucker sitting in a plywood shack wearing a mask as they are loading my rig at CWX corp in Muskegon. MI.

  5. NixonScraypes says:

    Flattening the curve with a hockey stick?

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