For weeks, with the exception of Rush Limbaugh, public voices were terrified to question health experts’ predictions of apocalyptic high coronavirus deaths. Everyone knew they had better embrace the total shutdown of America or be accused of wanting to sacrifice lives for money.
The good news is we are seeing cracks in fake news medias’ tyrannical wall of doomsday corona reporting. Why? Because the predicted catastrophic high numbers of corona deaths have not happened. Of the 40 million people living in California, only 250 have died of corona; equaling 3 per million. A 104-year-old WWII veteran recovered from coronavirus.
The majority of people who catch coronavirus make a full recovery. https://bit.ly/2JJDlFo And yet, practically every corona news report leads with fear-inducing words like “staggering”, “skyrocketing” and “deadly.”
Pundits and politicians are beginning to acknowledge that coronavirus models could be wrong.
Meanwhile, fake news media gleefully reported that 10 million Americans applied for unemployment and 700,000 jobs have been lost. Fake news media created corona-madness to crush our economy to stop Trump’s reelection. They do not care about the consequences. Suicide hotlines are spiking because of corona-madness. That is sad and shameful.
Some folks fear Trump is being manipulated by his health experts. I think not. Remember, Trump authored the book, “The Art of the Deal”. Corona-madness is still wreaking havoc. Trump is chomping at the bit to reopen America but realizes that the timing must be right.
My wife Mary said even Trump supporters on Facebook are battling each other. Some are furious that Trump has not reopened America. Others demand a longer shutdown with more unconstitutional restrictions.
I pray that God will tell Trump when to reopen America. The right time may come sooner than expected.
Already, more Americans appear fed up with house arrest. They are realizing that the high predicted deaths were exaggerated. Also, Americans don’t like overlords with political agendas deciding whose job is essential; dictating who can and cannot earn a living. This is reminiscent of Obamacare, in which bureaucrats decide who receives medical treatment; dictating who lives and who dies.
Rush Limbaugh is calling for government to give us a date for when the shutdown will end. People need hope. The Bible says without a vision, the people perish.
Life has taught me that sometimes God gives us good gifts wrapped in ugly wrapping paper. We are receiving remarkable gifts wrapped in coronavirus. Not in my lifetime has an evangelist (Franklin Graham) run commercials on TV boldly encouraging people to surrender their life to Jesus.
A new poll says millions believe coronavirus is a wakeup call to turn back to God. Americans turning back to God is turning back to our roots. Founding father John Adams said, “Our Constitution was made for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” Democrats and fake news media twisted the meaning of “Separation of Church and State” to purge God from our government and culture.
It was thrilling to hear megachurch pastors who never comment about the culture cautioning people not to consume too much of news medias’ doomsday coronavirus reporting.
In the Bible, Joseph’s brothers hated him and sold him into slavery, which remarkably led to Joseph becoming a ruler of Egypt. Without malice, Joseph told his brothers, “You meant it for evil, but God meant it for good.”
Driven insane by their obsession with destroying Trump and dispiriting his voters, Democrats and fake news media nuclear-bombed America with corona-madness. They meant it for evil, but God is using it for good. Did I mention that the invasion of illegals from Mexico has pretty much stopped?
More pundits and politicians are saying that it is insane to allow corona-madness to destroy everything people have worked for their entire lives. This could empower Trump to put us back to work much sooner. Stopping the insanity April 30th or sooner would be a wonderful miracle!
Lloyd Marcus, The Unhyphenated American