Posts Tagged ‘Nashville’

Isolating You From Information: Why the Bars Must Remain Closed

Friday, September 18th, 2020

What fraud and misfeasance looks like…

The scandal of the Nashville, Tennessee Mayor hiding the statistics on COVID19 infections related to bars is the same scenario playing-out around the country. They sold the bar closures and restaurant closures because, they claimed, you’re more likely to get infected in those places.  If I can go to Walmart and avoid infection, I can assure you that I can go to a bar and do the same.  If I can go to Home Depot while avoiding COVID19, I am certain I can avoid it in a restaurant.  Those of you who have had your suspicions about the real drivers of our national reaction to COVID19/WuFlu have been right to raise an eyebrow over the things we’re being told.  The real reason we’re not supposed to be in restaurants and bars is because apart from eating and drinking, there’s one central purpose of going to such places: Socializing. Restaurants and bars are the locations of informal conversations, where information is passed from one person to the next, outside the control of media or official channels.  If you’ve begun to suspect that this could be the purpose of these shutdowns, you’d be right.  If you’ve noticed that some so-called “red state” governors seem to be following this same general approach, you’d be right to question them.  You see, when all is said and done, COVID19 has been the instrument of your isolation and ignorance.  It’s also been the source of your greatest distraction throughout 2020.  Nothing has caused the average person to spend more useless time on more useless activities. Nothing has done more to isolate us in a social sense.  This is why even at this late date, and in the face of mounting evidence, the bars must remain closed.

It’s part of the strategy to keep you in the dark. You see, you might be sitting at the bar discussing the various privations caused, not by COVID19 itself, but all the foolish measures being used allegedly to combat it.  You might point out, for instance, that the CDC said these face-masks will do nothing to protect you from the smoke of the wildfires in California, Oregon, and Washington. Since the Coronavirus is as small or smaller than the particulate matter that constitutes smoke, it’s hard for reasonable people to ignore the fact that against Coronavirus, masks wouldn’t be any more effective.  Conversations like this are verboten, and will likely get you banned or at least suspended in social media.  In a bar, or a restaurant, such conversations aren’t going to be hushed.  Do you see?  They can control social media.  They do control the news media.  They are the official channels.  The Democrats and big media, along with the tech sector are in collusion.  The only way for them to succeed was to present you a narrative and make sure nothing contradicted it.  They’re closing off all avenues on-line and in media.  Without the bar and restaurant shutdown, along with all the other mass assemblies we are currently forbidden from attending, we have no way to communicate among ourselves.  With church services shut down in many places, you can’t even talk to your fellow congregants. This has all been about isolating you politically. Until Donald Trump decided to re-label his rallies “peaceful protests,” they had him shut down too.

This is all despicable, and now we’re learning that the Mayor of Nashville, John Cooper(D) is doubtless simply an exemplar of a larger class.  Along with his henchmen in government, he conspired to hide the fact from the populace that the COVID19 infection rates for bars was vanishingly small.

You can read the story at Breitbart in full, but there is more reporting on it elsewhere. The point here is to understand why.  Why would they hide that?  Why would they want to isolate you?

Folks, it’s never been about the virus.  It’s always been about the election.

 

 

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Flash: TSA Detains Rand Paul at Airport in Nashville

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

What the ???

I believe this is one more reason we need to seriously consider sun-setting the TSA in its current form, if not altogether.  Sure, we absolutely need security on the airlines and in the airports, but I think TSA has begun to get out of hand.  Monday morning, TSA detained US Senator Rand Paul(R-KY,)  after he refused a pat-down when the full body scanner revealed an “anomaly.”  Upon hearing this, one friend remarked, “Yes, they were probably shocked to see a politician with a pair.”  Jokes aside, the situation is typical of what travelers face daily as they contend with full-body scanners and pat-downs, and long lines. There’s nothing wrong with making our airlines secure, but are we to believe detaining somebody’s grandmother or a US Senator is actually helping the situation?

When President George W. Bush signed into law the bill that created the TSA in the aftermath of 9/11, it was an understandable but still wrong-headed response to the situation.  Too many security audits have shown that the TSA really provides no substantial improvement over the security that had been in place prior to 9/11, but what the TSA has accomplished is to make travel more difficult and frustrating.  I think it’s time to revisit all of this, and consider the reasons why we believe we need this new federal bureaucracy.  This case merely points out how self-defeating this approach has been.