A Commentary On What We Knew Was Coming by Mitch Santell
(FYI: I had to repost this with a small revision. Thanks).
Gavin Newsom, Governor of California, has successfully announced a new round of lockdowns for our State on the West Coast of America.
Here was the County Statistics for California two weeks ago:
Now let’s look at what Gavin Newsom showed today on November 16, 2020
Guess What? The masks don’t work and this is all about control.
Here is a clip from Gavin Newsom (today 11/16/2020):
Don’t believe me?
Here is a pdf book explaining that that masks do more harm than good:
(Click the sentence above in blue).
Gavin Newsom talked for over 45 minutes. Before you watch Gavin, here is how most Americans are feeling right now so close to Thanksgiving:
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The term “social distancing” was used in the movie “Contagion!”
Everything in your world you saw in a movie, wake up!
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