There’s A Problem
I am starting to get extremely worried about my fellow citizens. Well, I say I’m starting to; I have been for years.
Now you may assume that I think Joe is the problem or that what Joe is saying is the problem.
And your assumption would be incorrect.
I agree with Joe.
If you don’t like it, that’s certainly fine with me. Disagreeing and arguing a point of contention used to be part of what made the United States great. It goes right along with that first amendment right that a lot of people are finding out they don’t have anymore.
We are moving closer and closer to a President for life situation.
The right to free speech is under attack.
The right to make decisions for ourselves is under attack.
The right to do what we think is best for our children is under attack.
When the men and women in the military are going to be forced to take an experimental (it has not been approved by the FDA or fully tested) “emergency use approved” vaccine, yeah, I have a problem with that.
If you’re vaccinated, great. You made that conscious choice to do that. We are a free people, supposedly. We don’t force others to do things like this.
No one should be forced to take this.
No one should have to show their papers in the land of the free and the home of the brave either.
Do you think you have a problem with staffing a McDonald’s or Walmart now? Just wait until it’s time for a lot of soldiers to reenlist. They may not. I wouldn’t.
This reeks of medical experimentation. We don’t do this. The government has before and it should never be done again.
Yes. When you’re in the military you go through a ton of vaccinations. Approved? Hopefully.
But going into this knowing it isn’t is a huge red flag.
That’s it. That’s the post.