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placekicker17 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think that this is a much bigger deal than has been made of it. This is sinister to the core, so evil that the administration doesn’t want anyone even talking about it. If this passes, then a non- elected foreigner can declare a pandemic on our shores, even if our government disagrees. They can lock us down, or basically make any mandates they choose. If we don’t comply, they can use pressure from the other nations to force us to- economic sanctions, trade freezes, military action.

I think that this is how they’ll come after our guns. They have already been declared a health crisis. With these “shootings”, it’s all being setup to come and get them. My guess is that they will setup volunteer stations at first, but I think that they could use the military in a door to door type search.

I know that treaties have to be ratified, but I feel like I’ve read somewhere that they had figured out a way around it. Something signed in like 2005 or something. I apologize that I don’t have the receipts on that one.

But yeah, this is a big freaking deal.

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placekicker17 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is accurate. I lost my account the day that Trump lost his- badge of honor. :). My experience was that it was a wasteland filled with liberals and hate. I have stayed off of Twitter, with the exception of clicking links to stories. When the Elon deal was announced, I created a new account and went back out there. Now, it seems that there are many more Patriots there than liberals. I still run into some, but, if they start shite, I meme them into oblivion.

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placekicker17 5 points ago +5 / -0

This! I totally believe that this is their play. They have already stated that guns are becoming a health crisis. This is coming. Would they use the military to disarm us? Would the military follow orders?

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placekicker17 7 points ago +7 / -0

Think the Russians would consider this an act of war? Or just some “buckaroo?” A stupid Americano who has seen too many movies?

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placekicker17 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yep. Look for Biden and his administration to call these shootings a “health crisis.” All this happened just in time for the WHO vote too. They are desperate, and this could be their way to circumvent the Constitution.

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placekicker17 16 points ago +16 / -0

I love how he’s trying to spell it out without spelling it out.

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placekicker17 2 points ago +2 / -0

This might be the precipice. If you remember, someone last year tried to make guns a healthcare issue. If this goes through, I can see our illegitimate administration hiding behind the WHO and try to take our guns. I can see them now. They think that they are so smart. They think that they have outwitted us and the Constitution. If this happens, I feel like the red states will file for divorce.

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placekicker17 1 point ago +1 / -0

But, but, but he’s grown since then. He’s gotten wiser. Hahahahahahahahaha

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placekicker17 2 points ago +2 / -0

So, someone has figured out how to game the system. Register for classes, use a fake identity to get grants and loans, then disappear. Some people work harder to get out of work then people who actually work.

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placekicker17 4 points ago +4 / -0

Society has been programmed that vaccines are good, they protect us. It’s been that way as long as I’ve been alive. Polio, MMR, chicken pox, etc… and they have all worked. That is why I believe that people had such blind faith in them. It didn’t matter to them that this was a new, and experimental, vaccine that messed with your RNA. When we started pointing out issues, the MSM came out strong against us. The normies, with their acceptance of vaccines as good and their trust of the MSM and White House, couldn’t see past the lies. The gap was just too wide for most. They are still good people, just trusting and gullible.

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placekicker17 2 points ago +2 / -0

I also live in a small town in God’s country, otherwise known as Florida.

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placekicker17 1 point ago +1 / -0

I have to disagree with you on this. I feel like someone in a management position should be the most skilled. He or she should be the example, the resource, and the one who can do it when nobody else can.

We have too many managers that are soft, lazy, and cannot do the job. They order people around, and can’t answer the most basic questions.

I am a boss myself. I will not ask someone to do something that I cannot do myself, so I make sure that I can do everything. I trust my team to do their jobs, but I need to lead by example. From sweeping the floors to designing what the future looks like in 30 years, it is all in my wheelhouse.

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placekicker17 4 points ago +4 / -0

If this were so, why would he tell us that we were safe? That we were watching a movie?

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