The House of Representatives is back in session and it’s practicing social distancing and mask-wearing. Sort of. The lack of seriousness the House members are showing toward these matters tells us either that they know something we don’t or that we Americans have elected some really dim bulbs to make laws for our country and manage the budget.
As America’s coronavirus pandemic enters its twelfth week (if one counts from President Trump’s January 28 order increasing airport screenings) or its seventh week (if one counts from March 1, which is roughly when Democrats stopped belittling President Trump’s efforts to protect Americans), the country has divided into two narratives. The Republican narrative is that we’ve successfully flattened the curve so that it’s time for America to get back to a cautious normal to prevent economic collapse.
The Democrat narrative is that we’re all going to die unless the virus is completely wiped from the face of the Earth, so the nation’s shutdown needs to continue indefinitely. The only thing the Democrats don’t want to see shut down is the government. Across America, at federal, state, and local levels, politicians and government workers continue to hold their jobs and get their salaries.
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