How to Beat COVID
The quickest way to beat COVID is to move on to the next crisis leading up to the election. Sadly, at this time, it is the riots. I grieve for the families and business owners who are living under this seige to destroy America. Suddenly we have a new conversation topic. Just when we were ready to get back to our real lives again, the rioters have given us one more good reason to stay home. Why do the rioters have a Constitutional right to assemble, by the church-goers don’t?
Aside from all the negativism going on, we need to take care of ourselves. What are you doing to stay strong and healthy? Now that more reports are coming out showing the virus is less of a threat than originally thought, the best plan for beating COVID is the same as for beating every illness!
We were told to “flatten the curve”, but some of us have curved up that which used to be flattened! The average American has gained a little weight through this shutdown! (Possibly myself included)!
We need to be good stewards of our bodies. We also need to sift between all the conflicting information to get down to what feels right.
The most misguided charades are being perpetrated by the mentality that the government needs to do something to save us. Ultimately, it’s NOT up to our government or even our doctors to keep us healthy. It’s up to you!
What are you doing to stay healthy and strong?
WHAT YOU CAN DO
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A LITTLE BIT OF HUMOR
10 new Covid cases and 1 new Covid death reported today in St. Charles County. It is not over. Just clouded by a more sensational dilemma. I waited for 15 minutes to hear about the new SpaceX rocket launch on the news. The first 15 minutes were all dedicated to the protests. Police brutality is deplorable and absolutely unacceptable. Those guilty should be punished to the fullest extent of the law. We have a justice system that will examine the evidence and provide a fair trial. Justice belongs in the courts and not in the streets. Arson, looting and riots are also deplorable and absolutely unacceptable. Four policemen were shot. Buildings were looted and burned. Fire trucks were blocked by criminal protesters. These violent acts only serve to increase polarization between criminals and police. Is it any wonder that police experience anger when they put their lives on the line to prevent violent crime?
Here we are a week later and the protests continue. Today in St. Charles Interstate highway 70 Eastbound lanes were shut down by protesters. Earlier this week a highly respected retired black St. Louis police Captain was murdered by protesting looters in a pawn shop.
Does the constitutional right to assembly allow closing of Interstate highways and blocking of other streets by protesters? What about the rights of others?