No, she is not shooting him with a gun. She’s shooting him with a thermometer! People cannot enter the St. Louis City Hall unless they can prove they have no fever. I’m not as worried about the Coronavirus as I am worried about the government ruining my life and my business. While some people are busy at the stores buying up all the toilet paper, our Congress was busy trying to pass new laws and our Governors were trying to declare emergencies in our states. Our schools and most restaurants and churches are closed.
When our Country was attacked on 9/11, the government spent huge sums of taxpayer dollars to permanently change our way of life, including the TSA, which offers mandatory harassment of all the passengers before they can ride airplanes. Are the “Big Government” proponents using this to take away more of our freedoms?
The latest bill from Washington DC would pay people to stay at home if they have children who are home because school was cancelled. Who’s going to pay for this? The taxpayers, of course! Well, then why don’t people get paid to stay at home if they have the flu, a stomach virus or a headache?
The Democrats are pushing the pro-abortion agenda and maximum spending in case the power shifts in the House in November. The furst bill Nancy Pelosi put forth allowed for abortion funding into the bill to fix the Corona Virus. We should be furious! Although the problem was resolved before the final bill passed, they wonder why we don’t trust them.
People are acting irrational. If all the toilet paper factories were bombed and if trucks could no longer make deliveries, we would be able to understand the concern over the availability. However, there is no shortage in the manufacturing or distribution to warrant such a panic.
This crisis has certainly given us great insights into how easily our economy can be disrupted. As a business owner myself, I am in a vulnerable spot. I have to still pay rent, utilities and invoices for the stock still arriving! This crisis is destroying the stock market and many brick and mortar businesses.
Those who don’t like the President are trying to destroy him before the November elections. Their impeachment effort failed, so now they are hoping everyone who gets sick between now and November and will blame President Trump for it.
The text says: “Corona Virus has a contagion factor of 2! SARS was 4. Measles is 18. Corona has a cure rate of 99.7% FOR THOSE UNDER 50 IT INFECTS. This is a viral-pneumonia being hyped as the Black Plague before an election.”
We all want to be healthy. We are willing to do our part to help our Country. However, the results of this virus are far deeper and more devastating than something going on in our bodies. In this case, the cure may be worse than the disease! Let’s stop creating our own crisis.
What is the proper response to the Coronavirus?
WHAT YOU CAN DO…
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On our show today, we talk with America’s favorite lawyer, Darrell Castle. Darrell and I discuss the hysteria surrounding the coronavirus.
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