Well, I considered myself a libertarian until ….
Well, I considered myself a libertarian until I joined Twitter earlier this month. Big mistake.
Turns out most libertarians on their are just a bunch of self righteous ass holes who fail to see their own hypocrisy and blindly follow failed comedians with podcasts. They claim to be taking over the party. If their followers are representative of them, I want nothing to do with that mess. I think a public figures followers can say a lot about a person.
I expressed sympathy for the policeman who died after Wednesday’s events and was quickly attacked from all sides. Some wanted me to be happy because a policeman died and others automatically attacked me for not condemning BLM. Dude, I never said shit about BLM.
Guess what? A person can both condone BLM riots and Trumpster riots. Why would anyone think that is unreasonable? Is it really that radical that I don’t want anyone to die?
Also, the great Mr. Tom Woods does nothing but talk about how Covid is basically a hoax and no one should wear a mask. As an ICU nurse who has done nothing but work in Covid ICUs since this pandemic began, I find this incredibly insulting. This virus is real. I watch people die from it every day. They die alone. Just put a fucking mask on. No one is trying to control you. Even if it just decreases your chance of spreading the virus by 10%, is that not enough to just fucking do the right thing and maybe save someone’s life?
Anyway. My wife hates talking politics and I wanted to share this with someone. 🤷♂️
Thank you for coming to my Ted Talk.
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