Saturday, June 27, 2020
Yeah, About That "Hoax" Pandemic...
Apparently some people are still trying to sell the line that COVID isn't real.
Probably with a barn shovel, but still...
It's not like it would be hard to, y'know, call around to boards of health, or hospitals, and ask them how it's going, but apparently it's too hard for The People That Know Everything Without Checking Sources.
Drop by the shop, and I’ll be happy to show you the bodies.
Our SoCal hospital has been full all week for two weeks running.
Main hospital: full.
COVID cohort isolation beds: full.
100% occupancy, all week-plus, and running.
We only get beds when someone gets better, or dies.
See if you can guess how that impacts treating regular emergencies, heart attacks, strokes, traumas when there’s no place to go, and the ER is full too.
Or how morale goes when every shift you’re just taking a beating.
Just like we told you would happen, back when this was just a storm front on the distant horizon.
Anybody thought you were out of this, or that it was over, or that it never was…?
Good luck with that mythos.
I’ve got a bridge to sell you too, cheap.
And in L.A. County just north of here, it’s twice as bad: all COVID, all the time.
Houston is at 100% ICU-full now.
Texas-wide, they’re running 97% occupancy.
So much for that “this only happens in blue states” crapola.
The same story in 10-15 other states. Few if any run by Democommunists.
So once again, hopeium futures are taking a beating in the market of Actual Reality.
“You can ignore Reality. But you cannot ignore the consequences of ignoring Reality.”
I figure when we’re stacking bodies in freezer vans in 10 states just like they did in NYFC, maybe it’ll start to dawn on the brighter retards that maybe throwing the baby out with the bathwater was a bit premature, and that masks, hand-washing, and keeping your distance aren’t such a bad idea.
Depends on how much Gilligan DNA they have mixed in with Neanderthal.
And that’s with the caveat that deaths from this rather minor disease are still about #99 on the list of Top 100 Things To Worry About in this pandemic.
You’ve all still got your food and cash preps ready though, right?
I hate being the I Told You So guy.
But most of society, and the beefiest part of the bell curve, is filled with slow learners.
The No Learners over on the left little end will take care of themselves; Darwin will always have his due.