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This Mother’s Day weekend, my family defied government pandemania. We drove out east from Colorado Springs to the tiny town of Calhan for a lovely little hike in the purple-and-gold-hued Paint Mines archeological district. Unmasked, we basked in the sunshine, fresh air and freedom. The park was teeming with moms like me who put family bonding over “social distancing.”

We were not alone — and that was a glorious thing.

There is nothing public health fossil Dr. Anthony Fauci can do or say to stop me from making the best choices for my children’s health, sanity and resilience. He appeared before the Senate on Tuesday to heckle states like Colorado not to get back to business — back to life — too soon and too quickly. “Needless suffering and death” will occur, he told The New York Times. “I think we better be careful (that) we are not cavalier in thinking that children are completely immune from the deleterious effects,” he testified.

Irked by Kentucky GOP Sen. Rand Paul’s very necessary reminder that no federal infectious disease bureaucrat is the “end-all” decider of our fate, Fauci warned against reopening schools because children in New York are “presenting with COVID-19 who actually have a very strange inflammatory syndrome, very similar to Kawasaki syndrome.”

How dare you accuse us parents of being “cavalier” with our children’s health, Fauci, when you are scaring them with dubious, unverified claims connecting a few cases of an alleged mystery pediatric disease to the coronavirus?

How dare you toss around so cavalierly the uncorroborated specter of “Kawasaki syndrome” (a rare but treatable disease) while untold numbers among the 57 million K-12 students suffer from the effects of panic-induced anxiety, depression, phobias and isolation?

Here are some actual facts about Fauci’s Kawasaki hype: Peer-reviewed studies over the last several years have identified multiple theories of the inflammatory disease’s etiology, including genetic factors, environmental triggers, superantigens, bacterial infections and viruses. A blinded, case-control retrospective study on kids at Children’s Hospital in Denver investigating whether one strain of human coronavirus infection was a factor among Kawasaki syndrome patients “failed to demonstrate an association.” The Mayo Clinic diseases and conditions information website states that “scientists don’t believe the disease is contagious from person to person.” Moreover, the Mayo Clinic states: “Kawasaki disease is usually treatable, and most children recover from Kawasaki disease without serious problems.”

Now, he says, face coverings “should be a very regular part” of our daily lives.

Dutiful reporters ignore the flip-flop, slavishly acting as stenographers for Fauci and the rest of the dishonest “deep state.” “Masks are here to stay,” The Washington Post Lifestyle section chirped last week. To which I say:

Hell, no.


Thanks to a brilliant and effective doctor, she learned to confront her fears instead of cowering from them. She learned that avoiding risks at all costs carries its own unacceptable risks. Every member of my family benefited from embracing the exposure therapy ethos. We cannot hide from germs, people or adversity. My daughter has remained strong in the face of mass hysteria and refused to withdraw from the world — working, seeing friends and living life.

As Dr. Judy Mikovits, author of “Plague of Corruption” and star of the documentary, “Plandemic,” which social media platforms have banned everywhere, “Fear is a very powerful immune-suppressant.” By holding our children hostage, federal scare-mongers with vested financial interests and ideological agendas are making our most precious and vulnerable members of the American family sick.

Here in Colorado Springs, two cadets at the Air Force Academy committed suicide while on extreme lockdown.

In Ohio last month, 12-year-old Hayden Hunstable committed suicide after suffering in a “perfect storm” of loneliness under quarantine, his family said. Isolation was a “hidden killer and equally as shocking and horrific as what is happening on the front lines of this disease.”

Where is Fauci’s concern for these invisible victims of the invisible enemy? He’s apparently too busy preparing to jab a new generation of young guinea pigs with his BFF Bill Gates’ shots.

To which I again say: Hell, no.

Teaching your children to live rationally and fearlessly, through words and deeds, is the most potent vaccine we can give them.

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  1. jb2 says:

    Thank you for your words of wisdom, Michelle Malkin!

    • Agree: follyofwar
  2. Hans says:

    Bravo, Michelle! “Amazing Polly” has done some great work on the behind the scenes network of “health” organizations.

    The Global Health Mafia Protection Racket –
    Beware the Contact Tracers –

  3. There is some controversy regarding what exactly the WHO told Fauci.

    I intercepted the message and this is a direct quote, “Communism is a great good. Do what you can to wreck the economy of the USA. Thank you Comrade Fauci.”

  4. Thank you very much for your continual support of us anti-panickers, Mrs. Malkin, during this grave period of … uhhh.. a bad flu season. Beside all the social costs that you listed that we are paying for this hysteria with, there is another that I am experiencing. This thing has become hard on our family, not due to illness, not due to hardship of any kind, just due to having this pro-/anti-panic split between husband and wife.

    I have not worn a face-mask until today. Let me explain: I do not want to be a part of this hysterical response, most especially now when there is no “flatten the curve” excuse even. I have been hanging out with friends, going to the park with mine and other kids, and going to work without the mask (even with it being required recently – we have our share of rebels).

    I did not lie about my not wearing masks to my wife, so she has been getting more and more worried and sleepless about it, just making it worse. She means very well for the family, but this Infotainment Panic-Fest has been a big a problem. In my opinion it is a matter of perspective too, and I am old enough to have seen similar Oriental virae come through without this ridiculous LOCKDOWN crap (a term very recently only used for Maximum Security prisons) and the rest.

    Now, it’s either a) lie about it to keep the calm – can’t do this, b) explain my perspective to her – not working, c) keep telling her the truth and get many tears and bad relations, or d) promise to wear the masks at the stores and work. It’s (d) now, but this BS better end soon!

  5. Amen to you, Michelle! Myself, I refuse to let the devil grip me with fear. Given that this nation has strayed so far from God, is it any wonder that we have what we have now with the likes of Fauci and Gates attempting to play God? Yes, these are the end times.

  6. How dare you toss around so cavalierly the uncorroborated specter of “Kawasaki syndrome” …

    I thought I had this very thing recently, as I sold the bike a few years ago to push me to get more exercise on the bicycle. It was a nice little 454-LTD – man, I miss the thing sometimes – especially during this extra time off and beautiful weather!

    I don’t want Corona, I just wanna ride on a girl named Mona.

    I don’t want a pickle. I just wanna ride on my motor-sickle.

    • Replies: @Reactionary Utopian
  7. Possumman says:

    Masks are just more “safety theater” Like taking your shoes off at the airport for the TSA-Thousands Standing Around.

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  8. Go girl! Thanks, Michelle. Great rejoinder.

  9. anonymous[400] • Disclaimer says:

    Fauci made a name for himself back in the 80’s but has now descended into being a crackpot, a dangerous one if listened to. The administration needs to find a way to ease him out without hurting his feelings and having him go on a revenge campaign. Lifespans will go down with substance abuse, depression and the unemployment resulting from these lockdowns. Mortgage amounts aren’t going down even as income is snatched away by forcing people into bankruptcy and unemployment. Who’ll make up the shortfall in tax revenues to cities and states since spending seems to be going on as usual? People will have to resort to civil disobedience on a mass scale. Respect for law will go down even further.

  10. A123 says:

    The CQ/AZ/ZN combo therapy has a good track record. For most patients the generic combo is safe & effective, even though Fauci opposes it.

    OK. There are a limited number of people with heart conditions that need something else. However, the generic option can be spread widely at minimal to zero patient cost.

    Fauci is pushing Remdesivir, which is hugely expensive, at the behest of his BigPharma associates.

    Given the track record of the FDA, do you think Remdesivir is actually safe?
    Or, is it another Vioxx?

    PEACE 😷

    • Agree: Ilya G Poimandres
    • Replies: @Ilya G Poimandres
  11. @anonymous

    Fauci “made a name for himself in the 80’s” by doing the same thing back then that he did now…..

    He caused a panic over the AIDS virus, said it wasn’t a homo disease, that it was going to kill millions of heterosexuals…..and stoked panic by exaggerating the ease of transmission as well.

    The man is kind of a nut actually.

    I think he’s tied in with Gates and Big Pharma and he cannot be trusted.

    • Replies: @Hans
    , @anon
  12. anon[437] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s attack the messenger from the American “conservatives”* now. They’ve moved on from crackpot denials to personally attacking those who give them the bad news they don’t want to hear. Say goodbye American conservative crackpots. Trumpslap cometh. 200, 000 deaths by election day and Fauci is a fearmonger? Lol. Naw, your president is a moron who wanted to let the virus wash over America because his billionaire donors searched Wikipedia and determined it was no big deal. Oops. We really shoulda stopped those flights.

    WaPo: Trump allegedly asked Fauci if officials could let coronavirus ‘wash over’ US

    PS: Daniel Holtzclaw is still guilty.

    *What they actually “conserve” I don’t know. It can’t be culture, jobs, community, or country because they’ve flushed that all down the drain. These people demand 2 million grandmas keel over so milk prices won’t go up 20% for three months. Lol. They’ve been exposed. Total frauds.

    • Disagree: Bro43rd
  13. @anonymous

    What is now known as hiv/aids was originally called GIRD — gay immune response disease.

    But people in the know — and in control — knew that the public back then wouldn’t go along with something to help treat something that was a self-inflicted death sentence due to their homosexual ‘lifestyle’ … so the name had to be changed.

    It was — and the avalanche of money came cascading down upon all who would reach out for a piece of it …

  14. @A123

    That being said, about 25% of patients receiving it have severe side effects, including multiple-organ dysfunction syndrome, septic shock, acute kidney injury and low blood pressure. Another 23% demonstrated evidence of liver damage on lab tests.

    It seems remdesivir is a horrible thing, but liver damage and organ failure = more money for the keep-everyone-sick industry!!

  15. @Achmed E. Newman

    The country seems to be split between two types.
    1. Those who listen to the old media.
    2. The reality based.

    • Agree: follyofwar
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  16. Hans says:
    @Robert Dolan

    He’s a patent thief and very definitely connected to the Big Pharma and Gates Mobs.

    Think it’s covered in this video from Polly, The Lie of Philanthropy, but it may be in an earlier one.

    Do watch her latest 5-6.

    “What ABC needs to do,” says Mullis, “is talk to [Chairman of the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Dr. Anthony] Fauci and [Dr. Robert] Gallo [one of the discoverers of HIV] and show that they’re assholes, which I could do in ten minutes.”

    But, I point out, Gallo will refuse to discuss the HIV debate, just as he’s always done.

    “I know he will,” Mullis shoots back, anger rising in his voice. “But you know what? I would be willing to chase the little bastard from his car to his office and say, ‘This is Kary Mullis trying to ask you a goddamn simple question,’ and let the cameras follow. If people think I’m a crazy person, that’s okay. But here’s a Nobel Prize-winner trying to ask a simple question from those who spent $22 billion and killed 100,000 people.”

  17. @Achmed E. Newman

    That was my first thought — “Kawasaki syndrome?” Can’t they even dream up a dignified name for their latest BE AFRAID puppet? When are we going to be threatened with the dreaded Chevy Syndrome?

    Actually, I’m kind of a Ford guy, so maybe that one’s real.

    I’d better go shop for a Suzuki. Gotta avoid that Kawasaki Syndrome at all costs.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  18. @anonymous

    Respect for law will go down even further.

    I think that’s a feature, not a bug.

    Don’t know why anyone would still be harboring respect for “the law” these days anyway. Anything that helps a few more free people to wake up seems like a good thing.

  19. Anon[230] • Disclaimer says:

    “Masks are here to stay” declares the Washington Post*

    The birthrate of a nation that does not permit young people to see each other will eventually defeat that. Who in the world would want to immigrate to a nation that forces everybody to only have their eyes and ears visible? This place would slowly die.
    This thing is looking like a Hail-Mary pass to defeat Trump more and more every day.

    *Im glad a few pundits like Malkin read the Post/Slimes for us, because I sure dont want those newspapers in particular getting my money.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  20. @Bill Jones

    That’s what I had conjectured, along with just the issue of perspective. Lots of young people can’t be expected to have the latter.

    How in the world do we explain Steve Sailer though, Bill? I mean, he’s spent years rightfully lambasting and laughing at the BS out of the old Lyin’ Press. Yet, he had fallen hook, line, and sinker for this hysteria. I give him credit for learning as he goes, though, and also, not deriding the commenters that don’t agree with him.

  21. @Anon

    Good point, #230. There were a few very pretty girls in the airport terminal last week. Of maybe 2/3 of the people wearing the masks in the terminal (on the plane is another story), these ones did not. I can’t blame them. They are used to being pretty, and they are not pretty with the masks on.

  22. @Reactionary Utopian

    I guess we have our own Chevy/Ford divide here, U.R., and no, you don’t need to chime in, AMC Gremlin drivers!

    Thanks for the fun reply, Sir.

  23. With some children, you can tell them “don’t put your hand on the stovetop, you’ll get burned.” They won’t do it.

    With other children, you can tell them that, but they won’t believe you. These children are open-minded. Independent thinkers. They don’t just blindly accept authority. They’re gonna put their hands on the stovetop, they’re gonna get burned. Then they’re gonna throw a temper tantrum and blame everyone but themselves.

    If it were just corona deniers burning their own hands, it wouldn’t be that concerning. But since this is an infectious disease, their freedumb could easily harm others. I’ve put together what I think is a good compromise to preserve both freedumb and public safety:

  24. Filed under: Fredricka Whitfield
    soundoff (5 Responses)
    George Meredith MD
    President Cheney and Swine Influenza


    April 27, 2009….that was 11 year ago !…Why is the central government making such a fuss about swine influenza? And before that the H5N1Chicken Influenza ? And before that the Duck Influenza A? They are telling us, if they don’t immunize our people, we might have another 1918 type epidemic. Horse feathers! In 1918 we had no antibiotics to treat the secondary pneumonia and the secondary bacterial pleural emphyema that were the real killers back then. Today we do. Readily available, effective antibiotics and the physicians and surgeons who know how to use them are the reason 1918 has not been repeated!

    I find it ironic that it was the central government’s “experts” Dr Anthony Fauci and Dr. Julie Gerberding who capitulated to the demands of “President Cheney.” And disallowed patients and their personal physicians from being able to voluntarily immunize against smallpox. During the run up to Cheney’s phony war against Iraq. Cheney didn’t want some (extremely low incidence) of smallpox adverse reactions to spoil his little gift to the military industrial complex.

    Except for the military, there’s been no smallpox immunization program in the United States since 1972. For you see it is the loss of the herd immunity to smallpox that has left us highly vulnerable to smallpox biological warfare. And in the event of a smallpox attack, no Fauci-Gerberding crash smallpox immunization is going to save us.

    If you want to do something for the American people, Dr. Fauci, pull your head out of the sand, and go back and undo the smallpox trap that you and Dr. Gerberding, on the orders of President Cheney, unwittingly, set for the American people. It’s for the people and their own physicians to decide re: smallpox vaccinations, carried out in a timely and orderly fashion.

    Listen! A biologic warfare smallpox attack on the American people, who are rapidly losing their herd immunity, is the real threat. If you don’t believe me just ask the American Indian who, unlike the Europeans, had no herd immunity to smallpox!

    George Meredith MD
    Virginia Beach, VA

    April 27, 2009 at 7:44 pm |
    Richard – Eugene, Oregon
    I love America and have lived here since birth – over 60 years. I am troubled terribly that America is no longer the ‘home of the brave’ – now is the ‘home of the fearful’. We are afraid of almost everything; the terrorist that will kill us, which didn’t happen, and now the flu epidemic that will sweep through the country wiping out thousand and maybe million of good american souls. Good Lord, are the only ‘brave’ in this country the ones we send to war?

    April 28, 2009 at 2:02 pm |
    Dear Fredricka: I am writing to a couple of you there at CNN on this swine’s flu. I truly believe that the Mexican population are great consumers of pork products. Here in the US, we have cut down tremedously on eating pork and its by-products. Because of this trend, we here in the US appear to have the virus in a less virulent strength. The people in Egypt are destroying thousands of their bores and pigs. I think they are getting to the heart of the matter. The pig, by the way, is a scavenger animal, and contains the tricina or triconosis worm. My grandmother died eating fresh, hot pork. So many more diseases have been transmitted through these little portly animals.

    April 29, 2009 at 9:32 pm |….2009!
    Glenn Hansen
    The swine virus seems to be hitting normally “Healthy” persons. Is it likely that high-risk persons are retaining resistance from flu shots earlier this year?
    Many persons that I know in the “healthy” segment opted to pass up flu shots this year.

    May 2, 2009 at 4:42 pm |….in 2009! medical writers were wise to Fauci’s bullshit 11 years ago!
    [email protected]
    Dr Fauci’s and the bureaucrats at the CDC are still singing the same old song….calling for another mass influenza immunization program!

    Attention: Dr Fucci;s Influ immunization programs are potentially dangerous …..and do little good….it’s about herd immunity as it was with smallpox epidemics….influenza deaths occurred in 1918 because we did not have antibiotics and the surgeons who knew how to use them… different today !

    Wake up! Study the history of modern surgery!

    George Meredith MD
    Virginia Beach

    again reviewed January 20, 2018 at 3:32 pm |
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  25. Figaro86 says:

    Faithful CCP follower, Dr. Fow Chee, has yet to explain why he handed the Wuhan Lab $3.7 million back when he headed the NIH. And he never will.

  26. Hans says:

    Michelle, Dr. Carol Baker has it all figured out:

    So I have the solution. Every study published in the last five years, when you look at vaccine refusers. I’m not talking about…hesitance, most of them we can talk into coming to terms. But refusers. We’ll just get rid of all the whites in the United States,” Baker said at the “Achieving Childhood Vaccine Success in the U.S.” expert panel discussion sponsored by the National Meningitis Association in New York City on May 9, 2016. “Guess who wants to get vaccinated the most? Immigrants.” – Dr. Carol Baker,

    Her she is with her maw open –

    In 2009, Obama administration Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius appointed Baker to chair the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

  27. @Achmed E. Newman

    In another thread, I asked you if your wife had presented any irrefutable, unassailable evidence that adorning one’s visage with a mouth diaper was necessary in order to protect its wearer and those around him.

    I also asked you if you had presented your lovely bride with the growing body of evidence that supports the proposition that wearing masks is harmful to the wearer’s health.

    Please, show your wife the article penned by Dr. Russell Blaylock in which he sets forth all of the dangers associated with, and caused by, mask wearing.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  28. Verity says:

    Really, Michelle, 80000 deaths are just a mean way to scare you. Please, should you or yours fall victim to this hoax, stay home, don’t go to a public health facility, and tell yourself it’s just an illusion.

    • Replies: @Hans
  29. anon[299] • Disclaimer says:

    “Fauci made a name for himself back in the 80’s but has now descended into being a crackpot, a dangerous one if listened to. “

    Says a crackpot writing on a crackpot website with fellow crackpots. Notice how this guy didn’t bring up a single so-called “crackpot” claim of Fauci’s. He can’t because, like much of Trump’s low IQ base, he doesn’t know what he’s talking about.

    “People will have to resort to civil disobedience on a mass scale. Respect for law will go down even further.”

    Storm the Golden Corrals! Surround the Burger Kings! Turn those friers back on!

  30. anon[579] • Disclaimer says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Thank you very much for your continual support of us anti-panickers, Mrs. Malkin, during this grave period of

    This is more properly translated into the following:

    “Thanks for lending support to us boomer crackpots concerned first and foremost about the operating hours of the local Applebees. Yes, you’re not a doctor and you don’t know what you’re talking about — you defended rapist Daniel Holztclaw using the same dishonest tactics and boomer Trump cultists fell for it then. Sure, they’ve been disproved on basically every point, but what does it matter? There’s money to be made and suckers to be had. They lied about the models, antibodies, compared it to the flu … it was clear all along they were just making excuses to do nothing. That’s how it got out of control in the first place. Whatever. It’s not like it’s likely to affect us personally, patriots that we are. Hey, we’ve got diet coke out here rotting in the fields. Who’s going to do something about that? If we don’t do something right now, the black helicopter people will keep us inside forever! Reeee. It’s everybody else who’s scared! Get back to work at your gig jobs proles. Vote for that Donald J. Trump, he’ll cut those taxes. We’ll, not yours. He’s now saying he wants a payroll tax cut that millions of jobless Americans won’t get and a capital gains tax cut for his Wall Street buddies … I lost my train of thought. Oh, yeah. Turn those friers back on! Storm the those Golden Arches!”

    Sinotriumph indeed. This worthless empire is history.

  31. anon[146] • Disclaimer says:

    “Please, show your wife the article penned by Dr. Russell Blaylock in which he sets forth all of the dangers associated with, and caused by, mask wearing.”

    Like I said, “boomer crackpots.”

    “If 80% of Americans Wore Masks, COVID-19 Infections Would Plummet, New Study Says”

    • Replies: @botazefa
  32. Hans says:

    No, it’s ok. The sheeple will all be vaccinated so they can rest easy while the Gates Mob tries to cull the human population.

  33. @Liberty Mike

    Sorry for not replying a lot more quickly, Mike. We had a good day (except for my experience at Target, which I’ll write a post on later) outside, biking, doing some mechanical work, getting some no-ethanol gas/stabilizer stashed up (lasts 3 years!),, running up and down big dirt mounds and throwing dirt bombs.I just got back on the computer, but had seen your questions before.

    Here’s the deal: When people go that far, they don’t want to listen to ANYTHING. She’s a reasonably calm person most times, but this COVID hysteria has got her getting even less sleep (some is due to her odd part-time working hours), and then then that makes her more hysterical about this, in a vicious cycle. Because I told her I wore the mask a couple of places today and yesterday (stores, basically), she calmed down, then got more sleep, and is calmer still.

    I probably won’t wear the mask enough to endanger my health, Mike, but again, she won’t your article (thank you, though). I don’t know why she can’t realize that the Lyin’ Press can gin up hysteria out of nothing special, but once you’re hooked, it’s like crack or something. Being hooked on COVID-crack is no way to go through life, son.

  34. @anon

    If that mishmash is really what goes on in your head, #579, then the COVID-one-niner is the least of your problems.

    The wheel is turning and you can’t slow down, You can’t let go and you can’t hold on, You can’t go back and you can’t stand still. If the thunder don’t get you then the lightning will.

    • Agree: botazefa
  35. anon[974] • Disclaimer says:
    @Robert Dolan

    “I think he’s tied in with Gates and Big Pharma and he cannot be trusted.”

    “Big Pharma” lol. Total failed society. Watch these conspiracy theorists now do a total 180:

    Trump says he’s mobilizing military to distribute potential coronavirus vaccine

    Careful careful. How do we know the Mark of the Beast isn’t in that Big Pharma death injection? Could cause Morgellons for all we know /s

  36. Michelle, you will one day eat your words. And, I’ll bet that during that meal you’ll remain silent about and absent contrituion for your above misdirection.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  37. @Possumman

    Yep. You might as well pack your butthole with wads of used Saran Wrap as to wear a mask. Either is equally effective at warding off an imaginary virus.

  38. Bob M says:

    You didn’t defy anything. You exercised your Rights.

  39. Joanne says:

    Thank you Michelle for your article. I tried to share this on Fascistbook, but I was told:
    “Your message couldn’t be sent because it includes content that other people on Facebook have reported as abusive.“ Unbelievable! Where do we live?! H I am truly disheartened by how easily my fellow American fell for the setup. Please take the time to watch “The Highwire with Del Bigtree” from Thursday May 14, 2020. There is an excellent interview with Prof. Dolores Cahill from Dublin, Ireland. Her credentials literally looked like the Star Wars Movie. When you watch you will see why I say literally. She has offered to debate as many government experts as they want. There is a growing list of worldwide doctors and scientists who say the Lockdown must end. Prof. Cahill pointed out that there was no reason for a Lockdown because they have known both a prevention and a treatment, since February. February!
    So once again, thank you for being a beacon of truth and daring to cover “abusive content“.

    • Thanks: Orville H. Larson
  40. botazefa says:

    Let me acknowledge on everyone’s behalf that you hate boomer Trump supporters with the white hot intensity of a thousand suns.

  41. I just read Michelle’s column after reading Buchanan’s. Both about Fauci. Michelle wins in a first round knockout.

    In conjunction with those two suicides at the AF Academy that Michelle mentions, I have a daily habit of reading the obits in my small town newspaper. Many young men from 18-50 seem to die “suddenly at home,” with no additional explanation given. I can only conclude that most of these men died from drug OD’s and/or suicide. Families hide the shame of suicide all the time. And drug OD’s are another form of suicide. I think the suicide rate is far higher than the stats show. And, with the loneliness and helplessness caused by Fauci’s and the tyrant governors’ lockdowns, it will only get worse. At the risk of providing TMI, I fight the urge to off myself every day. Retirement in today’s environment really sucks, but at least I have an income.

    • Replies: @gsjackson
  42. Fuck you all you pieces of shit who value “the economy” over human life. I hope you die.

  43. @anon

    “We’ve got diet Coke out her rotting in the fields.” You are my new hero.

    One cavil. The people I see wandering around with no masks on are all younger. I think I can safely say that “Freedom”-mania crosses all demographic boundaries.

  44. Thanks for your courage and heart felt essay.
    I admire your firmly held convictions in support for those you love. I agree with you completely.

    • Agree: Orville H. Larson
  45. Fear has made them their livelihoods. Promoted off every failure he and all those clowns with him have ever said. Upside down world for sure.

  46. For a lady who is not white you sure are good at pushing white socialist propaganda. People like you are a joke. When this civil war you keep pushing happens they will kill you and your non-white children first.

    • Troll: Twodees Partain
  47. Why don’t you use your real last name, Michelle? Nobody uses their married name. Oh… because it doesn’t sound white or American… that makes sense

  48. Mr. T says:

    ^ Haters gonna hate. Go stick out your arms for your yearly jab of Gates’s poison.

    Excellent article. My family has not obeyed a single lockdown order to date, neither have many friends or extended family. Grandparents ask for our kids to have sleepovers almost every day 🙂

    We are not even using hand sanitizer. Bacterial flora is imperative to our immune systems. I shake hands with anyone enlightened enough to shake mine back. There are a lot of us out there and hopefully we will be liberated from the appalling Big Tech censorship thanks to your efforts.

    Keep up the good work!

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
  49. Yes this was flagged by facebook! How in the world is a report on only some of the false connections Dr Fauci has made deemed as harmful to the community. Wasn’t it Voltaire (and Im not a fan!) who said you can tell who rules you when you find out who you can’t criticize?

  50. gsjackson says:

    I’m your age, and while I haven’t felt tempted to off myself, this is by far the worst time to be alive of my lifetime. And what makes it so especially bad is the feeling that the world has turned into an insane asylum, into which no rational thought can be admitted. See e.g. the comment directly below yours.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  51. @gsjackson

    Mr Jackson, hold out some hope, please. As to your example of insanity, that Nigerian commenter has the excuse that English is not his first language, he is an African, and some of the more well-written comments from that handle are written by a lefty UN guy who occasionally visits Mr. O’s hut and mouths off while he is supposed to be teaching him how to work a computer, as part of a humanitarian program. Yes, of course we are paying for it. Why do you ask?

  52. Ramona says:

    Your old website was simpler, better looking, and uncluttered. This site looks like a fire drill in a big Chinese restaurant kitchen -a mess!

  53. Faucci May Be a Fear mongger but why Has Trump not fired Him,is what I am wondering in fact why has he not fired all Obama holdovers

    • Replies: @A123
    , @Achmed E. Newman
  54. A123 says:

    The Senate is split 53 / 47. If one properly counts blood traitor, Globalist Mutt Romney 52 / 48.

    If there are two GOP Senators willing to support Fauci, then firing him presents a huge problem.

    The best solution would be to bring a dose of BigPharma’s beloved Remdisivir (that Fauci is shilling for) to a WUHAN-19 press briefing. Then force Fauci to take it, retract his claims, or quit. Alas that is too hardball and will not happen, but it is a fun thought.

    PEACE 😷

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  55. @elvisroy0000

    That’s a very good question, Elvis.


  56. @A123

    Why does the make-up of Senate matter, A123? The President is in charge of the Executive Branch. There are 10’s of thousands of people that Trump should have fired already. As for your last paragraph, have you seen this one?:

    (start at 0:45, if you don’t have even 2 minutes to waste)

    • Replies: @A123
  57. A123 says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Why does the make-up of Senate matter, A123?

    Trump is a President, not an Ayatollah or an Emperor. Under the Constitution, the Senate confirms cabinet posts and judicial appointments.

    Do you really want the Senate to turn on Trump and have future Supreme Court nominees languish until a Democrat gets the White House?

    Another thing to consider. If Trump fired Fauci, he would receive praise & air time from the Fake Media. They would anoint him, Saint Fauci, Saviour of Public Health, Blessed Voice of the Truth.

    There are 10’s of thousands of people that Trump should have fired already.

    How many of those 10,000+ are in “government unions” covered by “civil service” protections? The result would be court cases before Senate confirmed judges.

    Fixing the judiciary is slow & unglamorous. However, it is the essential prerequisite for the other changes that you want. It is just now reaching the point where a case invalidating “government unions” is becoming possible.

    Trump’s 2nd Term will be much more productive than his 1st.

    PEACE 😷

    “Politics is the art of the possible, the attainable…the art of the next best. ” — Prince Otto von Bismarck

  58. anonymous[289] • Disclaimer says:

    The fatality rate is 1%, ten times higher than the seasonal flu. If you want to protect elderly family members listen to Fauci rather than this columnist.

    • Replies: @sixgundan
  59. sixgundan says:

    I would rather see Michelle Malkin in the White House than that fraud called Donald Trump. Trump is NOT our friend. Michelle Malkin IS our friend.

  60. sixgundan says:

    That’s the lie that Fauci is pushing. The “Official” death rate from the CoronaScam is less than .3%, and dropping. Colorado recently removed 300 people from their corona death count because those people weren’t killed by the CoronaScam. Fauci is a liar and a fearmongerer. Look on Bitchute for Dr Erickson, a REAL doctor who treats REAL patients.
    By some estimates, CoronaScam is actually killing FEWER people than the friggin flu. We’re being scammed.

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