Lately Senator Ed Markey has been threatening a congressional attack on Elon Musk’s neo-Twitter over “public health” concerns. He said, “Someone could impersonate the CDC for eight dollars, pay for it, not be authenticated and then on that site, say, ‘CDC says vaccinations are not good for you,’ That’s a public health and safety problem.”
On the morning of the first day of the Republican restoration of America, Americans should be waking up to the reality that roughly half the voting population is still so devoted to the devices and desires of their hearts that they cannot break free of their delusions.
This is a typical midterm election where many people are upset with how the country is going, and want to “throw the bums out.” Next January, Republicans will make some needed changes, but nowhere enough of them, to right the ballast of the sinking ship USA.
Tonight, I went to a political campaign event where state and local candidates or their representatives were meeting the public in my county. I spoke to a gubernatorial candidate, and a representative for another at the event, both Republican. I asked very superficial questions about how these two candidates felt about Southern heritage.