In Arizona Doug Ducey, Kate Gallego & many #Arizona officials love their new pagan god covid19. With their mantras like #MaskUpAZ #TogetherWeCan, ‘stay home saves lives’, ‘slow the spread’, and their pagan ritual of forcing free people to wear #masks. The pagan ritual of mask feeds on the baser instinct humans have of wanting to worship something.
Texas has kicked it up a notch by recommending everyone wear a mask even in their homes. Texas Division of Emergency Management Chief Nim Kidd stated “We still need people to wear the mask out in public, we still need people to keep social distance and isolation,” Kidd said. “Ryan, the one thing I want to try to get across today is we need to do that when we’re in our homes also.
Once evil gets momentum like this it’s hard to stop.
SAN ANTONIO – The Texas Division of Emergency Management is advising residents to consider wearing a mask at all times, even in your own home. In an interview with our Ryan Wolf, Chief Nim Kidd said as much, adding the community has paid attention and done well outside their homes, but it is not enough. “We still need people to wear the mask out in public, we still need people to keep social distance and isolation,” Kidd said. “Ryan, the one thing I want to try to get across today is we need to do that when we’re in our homes also. “As you know, I’m a life-long San Antonian, grew up there, worked there for many years and I know how many multi-generational families that we have. While we believe the community is doing a great job of following the rules when they are outside the home, we really need to be thinking about doing the same thing when we’re inside the home.” Kidd said the state is seeing an influx of cases throughout recently and it should serve as a reminder no one is immune from the disease. “The fact we need to get across is, in order to protect ourselves, we need to protect our families and our loved ones,” Kidd said. “We really need to think about the care that we’re providing inside the home right now to make sure we’re not spreading this inside the home, then making it come outside the home.” Although Kidd shied away from saying residents must wear masks in their home, he said it needs to be heavily considered. In the interview, he cited how some people may be going out for holidays or parties, but not considering what they may be bringing in their homes. “Have you done […]
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