Good Grief, Charlie Brown

I’ve had it. Seriously. Had it.

I went to the car wash today and they had every other vacuum coned off with signs that said “we’re practicing social distancing.” And about half the people there were wearing face masks.

First of all, you can’t catch the hoax COVID-19 flu bug outside. It is ONLY transmittable if you are sneezed or coughed on by an infected person or happen to touch something that an infected person recently sneezed or coughed on. It’s not some magical virus that floats in the air waiting to invade human hosts.

Thus, social distancing outside is ridiculous. Throw face masks into the equation and it’s beyond ridiculous. Ludicrous. Laughable. Absurd.

Second, it’s almost 90 fucking degrees in Las Vegas. The “virus” doesn’t live long in high heat or sunlight. It also doesn’t like humidity. In fact, the reason why the flu is more prevalent during the winter months is because the weather is colder, and people aren’t out in shorts and swimsuits producing Vitamin D from sunlight exposure. And this is nothing more than a flu bug with fewer cases and deaths than other flu bugs. The CDC inflated its numbers of COVID-19 cases by requiring every death, no matter the cause, be recorded as COVID-19 related, and recently had to go back and correct them.

Yet, the mainstream media fake news brainwashed sheep persist with their incredulous fear that we are all going to catch this horrific deadly virus and die.

There’s no evidence. None. Zero. Hospitals have been under capacity so much so that medical workers are being laid off and/or having their hours cut. Here in Las Vegas, emergency rooms and ICU wards have been empty. It’s all bullshit and has been since the beginning.

Granted, older people or those with preexisting conditions may, in fact, be more susceptible to this virus just like they are likely susceptible to EVERY OTHER VIRUS. The reason Italy saw so many deaths was that the country’s average age is 81 years.

Healthy people, however, don’t need to be so damn paranoid and think that wearing a face mask outside in the summer heat (or in their vehicles) does anything except make sane people laugh at their ridiculousness.