As we finish out yet another year of hysteria, masked kindergarteners and 24/7 vaccine talk, thinking people are wondering, “How much longer could this possibly go on?”
I think I know the answer, only because I believe Bill Gates’ role in the pandemic was to seed society with outrageous ideas that would soon be mandated on us, while pretending to be the lovable, frumpy, genius billionaire who just wants to save the world.
We saw it with, “They’ll make a vaccine” and “We’ll just carry a card to say we’re vaccinated” and “Unvaccinated people won’t be allowed to come into the office.” He talked about vaccinating children for a pathogen that almost never impacts them, and don’t forget, he’s mentioned adding the vaccine to the routine infant schedule. All of those frumpy billionaire musings have come to pass, or will soon.
But when will this end? It was September 2020 when Bill Gates declared that the pandemic would be over in two more years. No explanation given, just acted like he was going off a worldly-view hunch. And just the other day, he said it again! Clearly omicron can’t get in their way of ending the pandemic right on schedule.
But what’s the real reason it will end? Elections, of course!
I don’t think it’s a coincidence that a pandemic, and lockdowns and the destruction of small businesses, hit in 2020 when there were only 11 governors up for reelection, and none of those were in insanity states like California, New York, Michigan, Oregon, or New Mexico. And in 2021, only two governors, New Jersey and Virginia, were up for reelection, so it was a fantastic year to keep the oppression going.
But 2022? Be serious. We cannot be having a nasty pandemic lockdown taste in our mouths at the voting booth in 2022 when 36 governors are up for reelection. Way too many movable middles are at risk of voting red if they’re forced to wear a face diaper at the polls.
September 2022 is a good time to call it a scientific victory over nature. This gives people 60 blissful days to return to their “new normal” baseline before being asked how they feel about the person responsible for locking them in their homes with several crazy kids doing zoom school for 6 to 18 months, depending on where they live. Calling it a victory in September will most likely mean no masking in August for the 2022-2023 school year, no school testing, and no quarantines.
Personally, I don’t believe that coronavirus is “seasonal,” as in, it depends on the weather. I think coronavirus is seasonal in the sense that cases spike when people gather and share food handled by infected people who don’t wash up after the toileting, or they breathe aerosols that travel through homes when toilets are flushed. I think this is why Florida has a different “seasonality” than other states— the heat and humidity are oppressive in August, driving people to gather indoors. In the summer of 2020, almost no one across the US gathered, but they sure made up for it in the summer of 2021, which looked very different case-wise than 2020. But October brings Halloween parties and November brings cozy home gatherings and Christmas is a free-for-all. We’re seeing 2021 repeat that trend, just on a smaller scale due to natural and artificial immunity, which means we’ll most likely see a January 2022 spike two weeks after Christmas Day, which is exactly what we saw in 2021.
My longtime readers may remember a piece I wrote in December 2019 about the tipping point that would allow us to win the vaccine war— the critical mass we need to reach for us to shift the scales and secure permanent freedom from vaccination. Yes, this was pre-coronavirus, but I said that normalizing the conversation around vaccine injury was critical to achieving the tipping point, and I wrote, “My money is on 18%. If we can get 18% of empowered Americans to stand up with us on the key vaccines, we will win this fight over mandates-without-exemptions once and for all.”
And while we had 30% of adults over age 18 holding out against taking a single coronavirus vaccine for the first six months of 2021, mandates for work, travel, and existing in society have whittled us no-vax holdouts down to 15.5%. But 28% of adults aren’t fully vaccinated with two doses, and 70.5% haven’t taken the third dose. Once Fauci and Walensky redefine “fully vaccinated” as three doses, our side grows. When they announce an annual COVID vaccine, we grow stronger.
Adults in the US will have no problem reaching 18% for vaccine non-compliance if the NIH and CDC would just hurry up and redefine “fully vaccinated,” but they know that, so they’re dragging their feet.
US public health officials and the global elites are in a dance right now, desperate to see how much tyranny they can pack into the next few months with mandates, restrictions, vaccine passports, and more doses before they have to pivot to electioneering, but public health is also trying not to cause the sheep to revolt. They do not want to drive us to the tipping point, but that’s unavoidable.
Several counties have overthrown their school boards in the last election, as well as their county commissioners, which appoint the boards of health, which hires the public health director for each county. Public health nazis depend on elections more than they want the public to realize.
Just last night the Los Angeles Unified School District announced that they’re putting the middle and high school student COVID vaccine mandate on hold until the fall of 2022 because over 30,000 kids didn’t comply. That’s just 13% of the students who fell under the mandates, and of course it doesn’t count every student whose parents pulled them from the system since March 2020. LAUSD already lost 27,200 students from preschool to 12th grade from 2020 to 2021. Factor in the inevitable elementary and preschool losses if LAUSD attempted a primary and preschool mandate, and the entire school district is toast. They know a tipping point when they see one.
Biden’s mandates have been temporarily stopped on all three fronts— federal employees and contractors, private employers over 100, and Medicare/Medicaid service employees. A November survey found that only 18% of employers currently require vaccination, although 57% plan to do so. Those are low, low numbers.
So hang in there. For most of the US that is still living the COVID life (not looking at you, Florida, Texas, or Tennessee), we’re at the start of the 8-month wind down.
Hold the line. Do not give in. This will end with or without our cooperation, so do not cooperate.