Twitter pick of the day – Covid edition

He has a really good point.

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It’s Caturday!

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General Discussion, Saturday, July 31, 2021

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A forgotten January 6 casualty – who murdered Ashli Babbitt?

Her mom says that she was a tomboy. She was a member of the U.S. Air Force and Air National Guard who served eight tours of duty overseas, some in Iraq and Afghanistan, and she was just a little thing – 110-pound, 5-foot-2.

While we watched Pelosi’s shameful dog and pony show earlier this week, Ashli’s name was never mentioned – the only person who was murdered on January 6, 2021. They even pushed the false narrative AGAIN about the death of officer Sicknick, although the coroner said long ago that he died of natural causes.

Even “Republican” lawmakers have defending the shooting and the cop who pulled the trigger. It’s sickening.

Julie Kelly writes about her interview of Ashli’s mother in American Greatness:

Micki Witthoeft, Ashli’s mom, told me by phone on Wednesday. “She was in her zone, so happy, having a great day.”

“Until that son-of-a-bitch shot her.”

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The Masking of America – Why and what does it accomplish?

Faceless people make compliant subjects, not good citizens.

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There is a lot here, but it is only a fraction of the complete article, which I recommend that you read.

According to the author, some people LIKE to wear a mask!

Now that the COVID-19 pandemic is retreating, it may seem absurd to propose further mask mandates in response to lesser—or even seasonal—viral threats. But Julia Carrie Wong, writing in the Guardian, reports that many Americans like their masks just fine. Francesca, a 46-year-old, fully vaccinated professor in New York, will not abandon her “invisibility cloak” just yet. “It has been such a relief to feel anonymous,” she explains. “It’s like having a force field around me that says, ‘don’t see me.’”

And she’s not alone. But do the masks serve a purpose?

Ostensibly, the point of wearing masks is not to furnish oneself with an emotional crutch but to prevent viral transmission. Many Americans have been taught to believe that masks work—at least a little—and that wearing them comes at a minimal cost. Nearly the opposite is true.

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Today’s Quote

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General Discussion, Friday, July 30, 2021

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Today’s Cartoon pick

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General Discussion, Thursday, July 29, 2021

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Sidebar with Richard Baris – Viva & Barnes LIVE!

This should be a good one.

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