“That one may smile, and smile, and be a villain.” –Hamlet, Act 1, Scene 5
Hollywood celebrities recently honored Dr. Fauci with an award for “courage” during a virtual gala for the AIDS Foundation. The glitterati heaped praises on the doctor, best summed up by actor Morgan Freeman who thanked him “for all of his efforts to keep as many of us alive as possible.”
Even though Trump conceded to Biden, and Sleepy Joe has been awake enough to sign dozens of Executive Orders, none of which bode well for We the People, a number of intelligent people I know believe that Trump will be back as our President this year.
In a recent broadcast, Tucker Carlson featured a story destined to send shockwaves throughout America. In discussing Canada’s new policy of mandatory detention of people who test positive for Covid in “government facilities,” Tucker referred to these “facilities” as “internment camps.” He’s right, of course, and using the correct terminology brings the euphemistically camouflaged truth out into the open. But could something like this be done in America?