Duncan Lemp – America’s First Covid-19 Death
On 9/11 it took just under 9 hours for two planes to collapse three New York skyscrapers.
As Toby Keith described it in his most jingoistic song “A sucker punch came flying from somewhere in the back.”
“What just happened?” was the dazed sentiment repeated for months. Those were hard times. Many were reminded that you can’t change the past. Eventually, most people snapped out of it.
The corona communism, put in place from the Ides of March 2020, in contrast, has unfolded in slow motion. The magnitude of the destruction takes place in full view around us daily.
“What is happening?” has been the dazed sentiment repeated for months, as people grasp at straws trying to make sense of it. While you can’t change the past, you can change the present. You just stop complying. And despite the insistence of self-proclaimed authorities, life goes back to whatever “normal” it is that individuals demand in their own lives.
Eventually most people will snap out of it.
The Destruction Is Vast
The destruction is vast, far more vast than 9/11. The outcome is not determined. It continues to unfold. Any individual can just stop living in fear this very moment, can stop living in compliance with the fearmongers.
In Dallas, on Wednesday, April 29, armed men, stood guard outside a salon owned by Shelley Luther, a dissident in the era of corona communism, who refused to close. They vowed not to let anyone close her salon down.
Interviewed by a reporter for the Daily Mail, the two men didn’t give their names. They gave an alias. It was a far more meaningful choice than the reprobate Tyler Durden used as an alias by some.
The name they both gave: Duncan Lemp. He was the first American victim of Covid-19.
The March 12, 2020 Death Of Duncan Lemp
John Whitehead reports on the tragic death of Duncan Lemp, “It was 4:30 a.m. on March 12, 2020, in the midst of a COVID-19 pandemic that has most of the country under a partial lockdown and sheltering at home, when this masked SWAT team—deployed to execute a ‘high risk’ search warrant for unauthorized firearms—stormed the suburban house where 21-year-old Duncan, a software engineer and Second Amendment advocate, lived with his parents and 19-year-old brother.
“The entire household, including Lemp and his girlfriend, was reportedly asleep when the SWAT team directed flash bang grenades and gunfire through Lemp’s bedroom window.
“Lemp was killed and his girlfriend injured.
“No one in the house that morning, including Lemp, had a criminal record.
“No one in the house that morning, including Lemp, was considered an ‘imminent threat’ to law enforcement or the public, at least not according to the search warrant
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