Because today’s writer isn’t a politician, preacher, or other public figure, we won’t embarrass or promote him by using his full name. His first name is one we haven’t seen before — Phoenix. Excerpts from his letter will be enhanced with our Curmudgeonly commentary, some bold font for emphasis, and occasional Curmudgeonly interjections that look [like this]. Here we go!
When COVID-19 hysteria began, I wrote letters to the Missoulian and politicians trying to warn that they were destroying our economy and people’s lives by placing faith in flawed science. [Egad, flawed science!] The World Health Organization, Anthony Fauci and the controlled news media declared war, not on a virus, but on the American people. [Gasp!]
The person Phoenix mentioned is probably Anthony Fauci, whom Wikipedia describes as an American physician and immunologist who: “has been one of the lead members of the White House Coronavirus Task Force addressing the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic in the United States.” Then Phoenix says:
Health officials turned Gestapo [Huh?] by encouraging snitching by fellow citizens regarding “social distancing.” Constitutional rights went out the door. Citizens were terrorized by reports of bodies stacked in refrigerator trucks, hastily erected hospital tents, military ships diverted for civilian use and death clocks ticking on TV screens.
Truly, a horrible situation! It’s even worse than Darwinist bullying in the schools. And that’s not all. Phoenix tells us:
Disappointed that there is no pandemic [There isn’t?], pundits are now trying to fudge body numbers by declaring that perhaps people are dying at home and not being counted. It isn’t enough that they drag every nursing home for 80-year-olds dying of two forms of cancer and diabetes in an effort to claim more COVID-19 victims.
Wow, all the numbers are fake! Phoenix continues:
Politicians put “faith” in Fauci and accepted his “science” as gospel, screaming for testing even though the test is flawed, making “case numbers” useless.
The government has been lying to us! But wait — at the end, Phoenix predicts that their story is going to change:
Fauci, in the New England Journal of Medicine, March 26, now says it will probably be just another severe flu season.
We don’t know what to believe, dear reader — except one thing: We could be wrong about this, but we believe Phoenix is a creationist. What do you think?
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