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This Isn’t About Your Freedom

This isn’t about your freedom, it’s about bowing to the little tin god

Continuously pound on the citizens as they’ll eventually tire of being runover roughshod

This half baked individual actually stated if you refuse the jab your employer will be heavily fined

What he constantly ignores is the fact most Americans realize he’s not in his right mind

If this man and his herd of fawning toadies had done as promised and had been the one to unite

He would be viewed less as a bumbling fool and more of the golden knight

Instead he goes after the American citizens and expects their employers to toe the line

Does the massive bloated Post Office, the thousands of illegal aliens, or members of Congress need the jab, absolutely not, but it’s all by design

DC cannot allow this pandemic to just go away as the Big Pharma lobbists continue to throw cash around

Untapped markets still exist as kids, Republicans, minorities and animals all need to be hunted down

It bears asking why force a shot with zero long range data and a huge survival rate

This ain’t the bird flu or Ebola, it’s a virus that attacks co-morbidities, the elderly and the overweight

There is unnecessary panic being driven by this group in the White House

The weekly failures are mounting, mid terms are coming so the false narrative is all that’s left to espouse

He frantically yells into the microphone stumbling over his telescripted speech

Fearful his big spending package that is the base for his whole agenda is starting to look like an over reach

So while trying to look like a confident leader to the rest of the free world he sadly only symbolizes weakness

As the tyrants of the oppressed raise their victory flags, Americans can only fight the nightmare visions of future bleakness

Knock Knock

“Who’s there?” asked the resident. “Pizza,” said the voice from the other side

“I didn’t order pizza,” said the resident. “I’m actually from the the government,” said the voice at the door. “You are ordered to take the shot so don’t try to hide.”

Yes, it has come to this. The thin skinned President missed his vaccination goal so he’s threatening to set a mandate in place

Workers will now go door to door forcing the jab on an unwilling population promoted as a patriotic duty when in reality he’s trying to save face

He blew his 70% prediction as the numbers from a skeptical public for shots administered continue to nose-dive

The President so desperately wants to be looked upon a great leader after standing in Obama’s shadow that this door to door scheme was the best plan he could connive

He ran his campaign on how efficiently he could implement the vaccine roll out and hadn’t expected push back

So borrowing a page from Hitler’s book he’s now threatening to send workers door to door to get his prediction back on track

America has survived plagues of Spanish flu, smallpox, typhus, scarlet fever, cholera, yellow fever, polio and diphtheria

With much less medical knowledge and therapies but that doesn’t seem to enter into his criteria

He doesn’t care a large contingency of people feel that injecting themselves with unproven vaccines for a virus with a huge survival rate is not their cup of tea

He’s convinced himself all need this shot to regain momentum and back up his electoral guarantee

He wants to be remembered as a game changer. One future generations will compare to great Presidents of the past

So he’ll shuffle through life and continue to be a legend in his own mind until any rational thought is compromised or he breathes his last

The Masked Manger Scene

The rain splattered off the heads of the reindeer and the lighted plastic Santa
It was the time of the year when the faded decorations were pulled from storage as part of seasonal Americana

The Black Friday sales started in August as online shopping was recommended
Percentage discounts were offered for a minimum purchase and free shipping was extended

The Sears toy catalog wish book and layaway had become memories of yuletide past
The throngs of mall shoppers and walking through a mist of perfume in department stores were remembrances that were disappearing fast

Cards had become a well wishes greeting that could have easily been sent in June
And if one signs up for a charged monthly app the kids can watch a yearly Christmas cartoon

Christmas parties are frowned upon and are restricted to a gathering of ten
More than five cars in the driveway can create a knock on the door from the pandemic lawmen

Mistletoe kisses are thrown from across the room providing not too much air is moved
And eggnog is presented in single serve cups that are CDC approved

Finally the living Nativity scene has all the participants masked
Including the animals wearing modified muzzles in case anyone asked

The fact that joy is being squeezed out of the season by hysterical naysayers is a disgrace
But even the arbitrary restrictions vanish when one sees on Christmas morn the wonder in a toddler’s eyes and the delight on her face

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