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I think an overlooked Covid control mechanism used by the media is to play up the “Karen” or nutcase celebrity incidents in regards to masks & social distancing. In other words, every time there’s an incident where a person goes on an angry rant against those who ignore tyrannical, nonsensensical Covid rules, it’s prominently replayed over and over in the media. An example is Tom Cruise’s unhinged attack on the Mission Impossible staffers. It sends the message, if you don’t follow the rules, you may be subject to a crazy, ranting attack by random people out there. Most people seek to avoid conflict, so they go along with it. I think the vast majority of people are sick of the Covid crap and realize masks aren’t doing a damn bit of good, so I highly doubt you’ll get any objections. Even if you do come across someone hyper about masks, they will almost always politely say, “Please put on your mask” rather than start screaming like the lunatics on TV. The new strain of Covid will undoubtedly be used to justify several more months (if not years) of mask mandates, no matter what common sense tells us. This insanity will only stop if enough people are brave enough to start telling the government & corporate overlords to fuck off.
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OK. Here is something I don’t understand. Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Texas have very very few restrictions with regard to Covid. In contrast, California has numerous restrictions. Despite this drastic difference, these four states are listed as the top four in Covid cases. Thus, I don’t understand how states with very few restrictions and a state (California) with multiple mandates/restrictions do not have marked differences in the number of Covid cases. I’m beginning to think that restrictions don’t do much good. Am I missing something?