by Mac Slavo of SHTFplan
The tyrants who want us all to bow to their commands are warning that they are going to clamp down even more on our basic human right to be free. Draconian technocrats like Dr. Anthony Fauci says “it’s going to get worse,” and he’s referring to the restrictions coming to stop the alleged coronavirus cases from spiking. The warnings continue to come and the fear-mongering keeps ramping up. If these tyrants can get away with another lockdown, they will do it. They continue to warn us of the upcoming “dark winter” and the warnings are coming faster. The COVID-19 “Dark Winter” PsyOp: Question Everything…Joe Biden Warns: A “Dark Winter” Is Ahead
Health officials are still trying to panic the masses into submission while making the Sunday talk show rounds. All are propagating a surge of cases that they will blame on us. We should be expected to be enslaved because some of us dared to travel and mix households over the Thanksgiving holiday, according to RT,
Health and Human Services Assistant Secretary Brett Giroir told CNN “this is a really dangerous time” for the U.S., noting that 20 percent of all people in hospitals are already Covid-positive and warning that number could be rising fairly soon. Keep in mind, these tyrants lied profusely about the hospitals being overrun last spring.
NEW: “We may see a surge upon a surge. We don’t want to frighten people but that’s just the reality,” Dr. Anthony Fauci tells @MarthaRaddatz, adding that he doesn't expect a relaxation of restrictions or travel advisories for the Christmas season. t.co/txCs2tyc80 pic.twitter.com/ajTlQoMzpK
— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) November 29, 2020
Fauci did admit that the spread among and from children “is not really big at all.” He wants bars closed, and schools to remain open.
“If you mitigate the things that you know are causing spread in a very, very profound way, in a robust way, if you bring that down, you will then indirectly and ultimately protect the children in the school, because the community level is determined by how things go across the board,” he added.