As a political junkie, I’ve always been amused by Democrat talking points. Not unlike when gas stations all change their prices at the same time — the stations deny collusion but you know they’re lying — when a hot new talking point comes out, the media is all over it in a flash, oblivious to the fact that we know the word has gone out.
Such is the media’s hot new take on COVID, as reported by our friends over at Twitchy.
The Left and their media sock puppets have histrionically hyped COVID from the beginning, hellbent to scare the daylights out of America, in part by milking it as long as they can. No doubt they’d hype it in perpetuity if they could get away with it.
Welp, it might not be perpetuity, but the cry has gone out, America: the pandemic could be with us for more than seven more years — at the current vaccination rate.
— New York Post (@nypost) February 5, 2021
OK I’m confused.
One of the
bald-faced lies campaign pledges Biden ran on was his “already-in-place plan” to fight the pandemic — unlike Trump, he lied even more said, who didn’t even have a plan.
Moreover, here’s a guy who, after just two weeks in office, declared on Thursday “America is back.” If America can be “back” in little more than two weeks, and Joe came into office with a plan in hand, why are we talking seven-plus years? (Hypothetical question.)
Well at least it’s not seven and a half years. “When Will Life Return to Normal? In 7.4 Years at Today’s Vaccine Rates” – Bloomberg https://t.co/1nEPyHb8Ww
— Marcos Cline (@El_Cline) February 4, 2021
It’ll be a long, seven years before the COVID-19 pandemic is over worldwide if vaccine distribution continues at its current rate, a calculation from Bloomberg shows.
The media outlet, which said it built the “biggest database” of COVID-19 inoculations given across the globe, crunched the numbers and found it could take most of a decade to reach herd immunity if distribution doesn’t ramp up for two-dose vaccines.
Dr. Anthony Fauci has said 70-85 percent of the population will need the vaccine in order to achieve herd immunity and while the US is on track to reach that goal by the New Year in 2022, it could take countries like Canada ten years at their current pace.
Speaking of emerging and infectious diseases “expert” Tony Fauci, no Super Bowl parties, America. Besides, think about how bad you’d feel if your house became the epicenter of a mini “superspreader.
More than 119 million doses have been delivered worldwide, Bloomberg said, but its tracker shows some countries, mostly “rich” and “Western,” are reaching 75% coverage much faster than others. (Why do I get the feeling Biden will use this data to crank up his wealth-redistribution machine a notch, and start spending billions of taxpayer dollars on vaccines for “developing” countries like a drunken sailor?)
The calculations are, of course, “volatile,” Bloomberg explained, “especially with a [vaccine] rollout that’s just a few months old and still marred with supply disruptions.”
A Jerry Nadler parody account had a question about Bloomberg’s “model.”
Is this from the same models that predicted 2.5 million Americans would be dead by the end of 2020. Asking for a friend.
— Jerry Nadler’s FUPA (@FupaJerry) February 6, 2021
“Conservative Masshole” thinks we’re getting trolled, America.
They’re trolling us https://t.co/smnO9uW0Yk
— Conservative Masshole (@TheTimDeFelice) February 6, 2021
And finally, Jessica O’Donnell, the social media editor for The Blaze, thinks it all “sounds very apocalypsy.” That it does. Purposely so.
sounds very apocalypsy
— Jessica O’Donnell (@heckyessica) February 6, 2021
As I said at the top, the Left made “COVID panic” one of its top priorities from the outset of the pandemic. It’s all about power and control, and they intend to milk COVID as long as they’re allowed to get away with it.
Perfect example: Inside Climate [rolling-eyes emoji] put it, “COVID-19 and climate change will remain inextricably linked,” in a recent article citing ridiculous parallels between the two.