Does this sound like a well man?
PERSONALLY responsible for approximately 7000 deaths in New York, the state’s Governor puts the blame on anyone else – preferably everyone else – to cover up one of the worst crimes of negligence in American history. The only trace of a guilty conscience can be discerned in his bizarre, nervous panic-babbling:
COVID is the Grinch. Think of it that way. And the COVID Grinch is an opportunist. And the COVID Grinch sees this as the season of viral transmission. All those things that the holiday season brings, they all increase social activity. They all increase mobility, and they will all increase viral transmission. So this is the season of the COVID Grinch. Also, when you hear that holiday music… think, think COVID Grinch and be on alert, because that is part of this holiday season and the holiday season is going to have a profound effect. It already has.
When people started to travel for the holiday season. When they started to travel for Thanksgiving. When students started to go home. When people started to shop. When they started to move around. Increased mobility, increased social activity, increased viral infection rate. It is directly proportionate. And we talked about this before Thanksgiving, you are not just going into the Thanksgiving weekend. You’re starting a thirty-seven day holiday period. That’s why Dr Fauci over the weekend was talking about there’s now going to be a surge on the surge. So we had a full surge. My words. We now have a holiday surge on top of the full surge. That’s Dr Fauci surge on top of the surge. And it’s not going to be a one or two-day affair. It’s going to be the entire holiday season, which is 37 days.”
– Emmy Award winner and nursing home mass manslaughterer, Andrew Cuomo
Meanwhile, Big Shopping – like Big Tech – now has more than enough motivation and muscle to ensure this phony ‘pandemic’ goes on, in one iteration of hysteria or another, for at least another two years.
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