It’s been a busy time for the association of Hall Monitors for the past couple of years. From scheduling face time on the corporate media shyster outfits, to bringing in haphazardly prepared homework assignments from the night before to breathlessly tell the unwashed when to blow their nose, when and how often to have a needle of goo injected into their arms for their health, to wash their hands continuously, wear a face diaper at all times, treat their fellow human traveler as nothing more than breathing and walking scum – their list of duties have been endless.
And did you know, these dipshits actually performed monitoring on you and me to ensure we were following whatever daily excrement they shat out each day? Now you do.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention used phone location data to track millions Americans in 2021.
The CDC monitored curfew zones, churches, schools, neighbor-to-neighbor visits and trips to pharmacies through SafeGraph, a controversial data broker.
The CDC purchased the phone data and used Covid-19 as an excuse to buy the data more quickly and in larger quantities according to documents exclusively obtained by Motherboard through a FOIA request.
The CDC used the data to determine whether Americans were complying with Covid lockdown orders. – via thegatewaypundit.com
Motherboard obtained the documents through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the CDC.
The documents contain a long list of what the CDC describes as 21 different “potential CDC use cases for data.” They include:
“Track patterns of those visiting K-12 schools by the school and compare to 2019; compare with epi metrics [Environmental Performance Index] if possible.”
“Examination of the correlation of mobility patterns data and rise in COVID-19 cases […] Movement restrictions (Border closures, inter-regional and nigh curfews) to show compliance.”
“Examination of the effectiveness of public policy on [the] Navajo Nation.”
Read the full report by Motherboard here.
Someday there will be justice for these psychofuck’s, and maybe the healing and justice isn’t just a dream…
To be healing, there has to be justice.
To have a free society we have to have a history, and in this major historical moment, we had a massive betrayal of the social contract — a betrayal committed by millions. The social contract cannot be re-knit without public accountability, trials, confrontations, and even condemnation.
Let the school board members who masked the children be sued in civil court. Let them do community service in bright orange vests and pick up garbage along the sides of the roads.
Let the members of the Boards of Health who shut down their neighbors’ businesses for no reason, face civil charges. Let their names be published in the newspapers.
Let the ones who shunned the unvaccinated and disinvited them from their galas and dinner parties, experience for themselves what that feels like and face the fact that they were hateful and engaged in hate.
Let the deans who took millions of dollars from nonprofits to adopt policies to mandate vaccines for healthy young college students — vaccines that disrupted the cycles and damaged the hearts of perfectly healthy young women and men in their charge — face trials for racketeering and reckless endangerment and coercion. Let the Pharma executives and the heads of the FDA be tried for fraud and battery. Let the trials begin.
For people to be part of a healthy society they need to face themselves; and these quislings and collaborators should confront what they did. If they committed crimes, they should be tried and convicted.
Will I let it go? Will I forget? Will I forgive? On another morning, maybe, I pray that I will.
But not yet. Not this morning.
Amos [KJV 5:24] promised: “Let judgment run down as waters and righteousness as a mighty stream.” Jesus said, Do not think that I came to bring peace on earth; I did not come to bring peace but a sword [NKJV: Matthew 10:34-39].
Maybe they meant that there are times to make amends, but there are other times to overturn the tables of the corrupt.
I am angry that beautiful America is mostly back, mostly free again, overnight, just because a shameless creature who should never have had the power to suspend our liberties in the first place – said so; just because the whiny-voiced evildoers of the last two years, now that evidence of their fraud and coercion emerges irrevocably to light, want to tiptoe away from the scenes of their massive crimes.
I say: Not so fast.
Freedom is not free, as many veterans have said, and I never really understood what that meant except superficially.
But you don’t get freedom back so easily if you yourself committed massive crimes.
Freedom is not free. You don’t get to take away the freedom of others and enjoy it, without penalty, for yourselves.
The people you harmed, the parents of the children you harmed – they are coming. Not violently; not vengefully; but with the righteous sword of justice; with the law in hand.
Don’t rest too easy, leaders who did wrong, in this bright American sunlight. You don’t get America back as if nothing happened.
The Statue of Liberty holds up a torch. Crimes must be illuminated.
You cannot yet know that it’s really over — just because you said so.
You can’t know yet that you will never be unmasked; never revealed to all, in the bright sun of the town square. – by Dr. Naomi Wolf – read the full article at naomiwolf.substack.com
Tonight’s musical offerings:
Bobby Darin ‘Mack The Knife’ – (HQ Stereo) (1960)
What an interesting character is NW. She loves to point fingers and say all the ‘right’ things, but she doesn’t often turn the criticism on herself, does she? I wonder if she ever looks in the mirror and says, “Naomi, how is it that I have had all the greatest opportunities in life—a great family, a stellar education, good looks, the right crowd, an illustrious career, a string of NYT best-sellers, yet the culture around me has only gotten worse? I keep pointing fingers at all the problems, I’m in a prime position to fix at least some of them, yet all of my efforts lead nowhere. Why might that be?”
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