In yet another show of tyranny, President Joe Biden claimed on September 7, that 97 to 98 percent of the population must be vaccinated before society returns to normal.
But there is no correlation between people getting the vaccine and normalcy: Normalcy depends upon those willing to take a stand against mandated nonsense.
I went home this summer to the beautiful state of Texas and worked at a local barbeque restaurant in a small town where normalcy prevailed. No one wore masks. Friends hugged each other. People of all different political beliefs would congregate at our small restaurant because everyone knew it was a welcoming place, regardless of vaccination status.
When I visited Portland, Oregon, however, face masks shielded every smile. Employees asked me if I was vaccinated before I entered buildings. Strangely, just about all of the people enforcing the mandates were vaccinated themselves.
If we can return to normalcy once most of the population is vaccinated, then why are the vaccinated people living abnormal lives?
According to the New York Times, in the past two weeks, Texas has seen a decrease by 41% in COVID-19 cases, with 51% of the population having been fully vaccinated, whereas Oregon has only decreased by 18%, with 61% of their population fully vaccinated.
Despite the data, President Joe Biden is mandating the vaccine left and right. But it’s not his job to interfere with personal decisions.
Still, millions of Americans are lining up to take the vaccine. Many Americans simply do not want to deal with the inconveniences of being unvaccinated.
Americans have become machines, complying with whatever order is thrown their way next. Families no longer gather for Thanksgiving, and per Anthony Fauci, Christmas may be canceled as well. Young children live their lives in fear. Small businesses are shut down and families have lost their incomes.
When will we start making decisions for ourselves because we truly believe it is best for our health, rather than fear of losing our job?
Normalcy will return to America when people decide to make decisions for themselves again. We need business owners to keep their businesses open. We need school boards to take a stand for children forced to wear masks for eight hours a day. We need churches to say “come as you are” and not require anything else.
Normalcy will not return to America by conformity. Normalcy will return when the American people decide their children are worth fighting for.