Mask Up for 100 Days?

It was December 3rd when Joe Biden pleaded with the citizens of the United States. People were starting to lose interest in the mask, and people started realizing the COVID-19 pandemic was not quite the emergency our government was making it out to be. A lot of people stopped wearing their masks. Again, uncertainty and inconsistences. President Biden said we could beat this thing. He said let’s do the right thing and “mask up” for 100 days.

Well, April 3rd was 120 days and we’re still wearing our masks. Someone a lot older than me said, “I don’t understand this. There was a time when you took a vaccine and that was it.”

My answer to that was nothing has made since this whole thing began. People who are taking the vaccine are still staying home, still social distancing, and some are wearing two masks now.

It’s been a while since I’ve written about COVID-19, but please, let me mention a few things. Everyone said Alex Jones was a crazy lying conspiracy theorist, but it was Alex Jones and his show, Info Wars that told us exactly what the government was doing and exactly what the government was planning on doing. You said no about everything, and everything that he said was going to happen-is happening right now.

Let’s put all that aside now. Right now, today, we have to take something into consideration. People are saying how much they can’t wait for life to get back to normal, and people are saying how exciting it’s going to be when we can finally take the mask off.

I don’t want to burst your bubble, but the mask may never come off. That’s right. Alternate media told us COVID-19 was the beginning of the end for the future of this country and the citizens in it. The government has no intentions of ever telling you to take your mask off. The government will continue using this pandemic to further divide the citizens in this country and keep us fighting with each other, while they chip away at our individual rights and freedoms.

Remember, there is no law that says you have to wear a mask-anywhere! Wearing a mask is your choice. It always has been. Getting tested is your choice. Getting vaccinated is your choice.

The masks will come off when the people in this country decided they’ve had enough. No one’s going to say, “Hey Peter you can take your mask off now. It’s safe.” “Hey, Jenny you can take your mask off now. It’s safe.”

If you decide you don’t want to get vaccinated you can still carry on with your life. You can travel, fly, and go to school. The government, the medical system, and your neighbors cannot force you to get vaccinated. Telling you you can’t fly or go to college unless you’re vaccinated is illegal and unconstitutional.

Mask up? I love how they try to make it sound cool. Like yeah, mask up bro, it’s the right thing to do.

Fuck you.

Good night.

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