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I thought for sure this was about Neymar...
The Trump administration also called it self the most transparent in history. Just show us where this question was answered by Kaylee McEnany last year?
If stark, clear reality is conflated with blaming the sick, then slap me silly.
You act like these folks weren't influenced and enabled every step of the way by policymakers, the mainstream media, and government agencies not to get vaccinated.
The pandemic in America was essentially declared no longer a threat, if not over, once the CDC issued its mask guidance for vaccinated people.
Now that s**t done hit the fan, we're blaming unvaccinated folks instead of the authorities.
We disagree wholeheartedly on the assertion that the CDC declared the pandemic as being over. Please explain yourself on how you came to that conclusion.
I took it as a statement that if you were fully vaccinated, you no longer were required to wear a mask. The unvaccinated over 2-3 years of age should be masked in public.
When the CDC issued its mask guidance in May, states, and cities, and major retailers almost immediately dropped mask mandates and COVID restrictions.
Once that happened, there was no reason for anyone to mask or get vaccinated, especially since Fauci and Walensky admitted folks were going to be on the "honor system" moving forward.
Why get vaccinated if there are no restrictions?
So, when & where, specifically did the CDC declare the pandemic as over, per your assertion?
May 13, 2021.
Go to the 6:40 mark of this video. The white woman anchor on CNN said that day, "It feels like it's over."
:bow:KUDOS!!! A well deserved honor for a man that was a true hero.
Yet another example of a black man that showed unparalleled love and patriotism to his country despite his country not showing it toward him. After his heroics, he was assigned to what all blacks in the Navy were, messman.