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The more Americans learn about the science and medical expertise behind the shut-down, the more it becomes evident: the scientists and medical experts hardly deserve the platform they’ve been given. They’re “experts,” with an asterisk.
A memo from the Pentagon that was just leaked warns that Department of Defense officials have been quietly working on the assumption that COVID-19 could be a factor on America’s economy and political fronts until, get this, well into 2021. Yawn. No kidding. You don’t say.
COVID-19 has proven costly — and not just medically speaking. The debt America is pushing on to the coming generations is unsustainable, nearing the point of enslavement. These trillions of dollars, after all, do not grow on trees.
Why are churches waiting for government permission? Show some gumption. If the concern is the coronavirus — well, perhaps that’s a failure of faith. For that, read Numbers, about Moses and the snake. But if the concern is the government, to include police — well, perhaps that’s a failure to put God first. That’s a failure of fear.