In the midst of positive news about the effectiveness of the coronavirus vaccine and declining case counts, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky recorded a video to dial up the fear factor.
Except her message was not very believable. In fact, it’s downright laughable. You can tell it’s an act and that she doesn’t even believe what’s she’s saying.
When she warns of “impending doom,” you can tell she’s trying to work up some emotion. She then caps it off with the rather ambiguous statement, “Right now I’m scared.”
Quite frankly, it looks more like a hostage situation than COVID-19 update.
And here’s a question: Why should I give a rat’s ass about the CDC Director’s feelings? Am I supposed to start acting differently because some woman in another part of the country feels scared?
Watch Walensky’s weak effort at fear-mongering below:
Moving in perfect choreography, Biden piggy-backed on Walensky’s statement to push the fear narrative even further.
Watch Biden call on Democrat lackeys to enforce masks once again:
You gotta be kidding me, right?
Is this joker going to get all totalitarian on the country because his CDC director is nervous?
What is really going on here?
Do you think your community will bring back a mask mandate? If so, what will you do?
Let us know in the comments.