Today’s highly interesting read (12/31/20): 2020: The Year We Lost Our Common Sense, Courage and Civil Liberties

Minnesota Lockdown

Today’s read is from author and journalist Robert Bridge. Here’s an excerpt:

The draconian lockdowns, the worst of which are centered on Democratic-controlled states, were specifically designed not to contain a contagion, but to foster as much anger and frustration among the general population in the most consequential presidential election in many decades. After all, unhappy people have a tendency to vote out their leaders whom they believe are responsible for such dire circumstances. And with the mainstream media almost totally in the Democratic anti-Trump camp, placing the blame on the president has proven no difficult task.

So where do we go from here? Now that we have reached the end of 2020, will the situation begin to improve? Will political leaders begin to loosen the screws and let some semblance of normality return once again? Or will people be forced to rise up and demand the return of their freedom and liberty?

Read the entire column here. It’s a dandy.

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