You know it’s bad when life resembles some old forgotten country song. But that’s the world Biden gives us.
The past few months, every time I turn on my TV, I’m reminded of this song I heard as a kid. Anne Murray sang that the world needed just a little good news.
I rolled out this morning
Kids had the mornin’ news show on
Bryant Gumbel was talkin’ ’bout the fighting in Lebanon
Some senator was squawkin’ ’bout the bad economy
It’s gonna get worse you see, we need a change in policy…
If it gets any worse, people are going to start loading up their dogs in the family truck and driving off the nearest bridge.
You think I’m kidding, but just take a look at today’s headlines.
U.S. Hiring Stumbled Last Month as Employers Struggled to Find Workers
No One Is Coming to Save Us From the ‘Dagger at the Throat of America’
The list could go on for pages.
There was nothing joyful or positive to be found. It’s the first week of a brand new year, and hope can’t be found. Sadly, under this new leadership, nothing good is going on. In fact, everything is worse.
The covid numbers are worse, because the Biden administration supports building the ruse. The economy is falling apart. Bidenflation is putting families in crisis mode. We can’t afford gas, groceries, even utilities, now that winter is set in. Think about it, you can turn the AC off, but you can’t live without the heat.
America is no longer energy independent. We’re at the mercy of the Middle East. Everyone is pushing for all electric cars, pretending they don’t eat up coal in the form of electricity. Worse, in states like California, the power grid can’t even support the surge in electric cars.
The jobs aren’t there. Much of the news focuses on a workforce that is walking away from employment. Why not? Biden created a welfare state, and he’s willing to spend your great, great, great-grandkids’ money to pay for it all.
I can’t think of a single facet of American life that has improved. And then I opened this.
US reports record number of rabies deaths in a decade in 2021.
Great, even the dog has to worry. The last time the US recorded five rabies deaths was 2011. I’m sure that was Obama’s fault. Somehow, some way. Now, in what is being billed as the “worst year ever,” rabies is on the rise.
I can’t say with certainty if I’m at risk. I’m on a list that says I’m “medically fragile.” All I know is that my sweet little princess was feeling carefree, spending her days in her princess bed as I click-clack my way through the headlines. And now, even wild animals must reassess their current situations.
According to The Hill:
Rabies is a viral disease, typically transmitted through animals, that is preventable with vaccination. However, once symptoms of the disease begin to appear — including fever, pain, confusion, aggression, and paralysis — rabies is usually 100 percent fatal.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued an announcement Wednesday warning of bat exposure, citing three rabies deaths that occurred in the fall after people didn’t seek medical attention following direct contact with bats.
Why wouldn’t these people immediately seek medical care? Think about it. Two years ago, stories leaked out of China claiming a virus, from a bat, was starting to spread like wild fire. Next thing we know, the country is panicking. We’re on lockdown. There’s no toilet paper. No wonder these selfless individuals kept their mouths shut. They died believing they were saving America from further distress.
Now, we have to wonder how long it will take leftists to latch on to rabies.
The CDC estimates 30,000 to 60,000 people are treated for rabies exposure in the U.S. each year.
Surely this number is high enough to sound the alarms. And the CDC needs an exit strategy for covid, considering the continual outpouring of science that contradicts the CDC on a daily basis. Thus, they could simply pivot, claim covid is stabilizing, and pretend the panic belongs with our pets.
If they apply the same kind of math used in WuFlu reporting, those 30-60k people could be reported as if a good 3.2 million people tested positive.
There could be a shortage of bleach and paper towels. Rabies test kits could be made available at every pharmacy. Drooling babies would need to be tested “just in case.” I don’t know about you, but I think Gizmo and I are going to go ahead and quarantine. We haven’t been tested for rabies. Our county doesn’t seem to have any active cases. We haven’t come into contact with any rabid animals. But the CDC says there’s a surge, and that’s enough for me to kick it into overdrive right now. Before any of the rest of you meet the fate of Old Yeller.