We can't understand this stuff for you


March 24, 2022

To The Eagle:

The shabby and scary state of world affairs was succinctly summed up in two unique letters in last week’s Eagle. Unique in that they both came from a viewpoint so far out in left field as to illustrate the little-used legal concept of “depraved indifference.” The first letter laments the ruination of our democracy but tries to pin it on those of us who chose to fight the tyrannies of our deeply flawed pandemic response: A virus designed sorta accidentally/on purpose in a lab in Wuhan with help from our own CDC, wandered out of the lab when no one was looking and traveled around the world, wafted along on wings of disinformation from WHO, CCP, and our own medical bureaucracy aided and abetted by the mainstream media.

Results: thousands of unnecessary nursing home deaths, economic ruin of small businesses and individuals via the lockdowns, masks that proved totally ineffectual and then were mandated anyway, damage to both the education and mental health of our children, (a group never at risk to start with), and experimental vaccines that fell short of the mark for both efficacy and safety, and then were also mandated anyway. The list of tyrannies by mayors, governors, and the Biden administration is endless, and the actual panacea seems to have come from the omicron variant, which brought antibodies and herd immunity rather than deaths. The writer condescendingly labels those who opposed all this nonsense as selfish and ignorant while calling the government debacle well organized and scientifically grounded – about as far from reality as you can get.

Letter number two rambles lightly through all the scary stuff unleashed by the Biden administration, from inflation to energy shortage to war in Ukraine, and insults those of us who supported and defended all the safeguards that President Trump had in place to prevent these disasters. You guys are welcome to live in your delusional alternative reality, but lay off the insults to those who are trying to restore order. We can explain this stuff to you, but we can’t understand it for you.

Howard Brawn

Puget Island


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