27 Feb You Trust Your Government. Don’t You?
I told my friend of Trudeau’s remark that anyone who did not vote to extend his emergency powers was indicating they “don’t trust the government to make incredibly momentous and important decisions at a very difficult time.”
She laughed. “Maybe that’s because the government created that very difficult time!” she said.
We got a good chuckle because everyone knows here in the US, you can’t trust a word the government says…or do they?
I was stunned to find 25% of parents have already rushed their 5 to 11 year-olds to get fully vaccinated in spite of growing evidence of increased injuries and teen deaths following the jab.
Why would anyone trust a government that is continually wrong?
- “Experts” estimate without lockdowns 14X as many Americans would have died from COVID-19 a completely absurd number given the PCR test the government used was incapable of identifying the SARS-2 virus.
- By attributing a host of deaths from other causes to COVID-19 the government catastrophized what now appears to be an over-hyped bad flu season. Flu deaths miraculously dropped by 97% during the pandemic and none of the experts could explain it! Must be “social distancing”, “hand washing”, “people stayed home” they rambled on.
It’s not only that our bloated government are incompetent bunglers. Often they intentionally hide information.
- When the public demanded the FDA release the Pfizer vaccine trial data we were told it would take 75 years. Yet the same agency assures us it took only 108 days to conduct a robust and thorough investigation of all the data before issuing Pfizer’s emergency use authorization.
- Perhaps the FDA was reluctant to show the data because the initial release showed more than 40,000 serious adverse events and 1223 people died following the vaccine within 90 days of the rollout.
- Recently it was discovered the CDC is hiding massive amounts of granular data that would enable doctors and patients to make better vaccine decisions. Their excuse is that people are incapable of properly interpreting the information and it might lead to “vaccine hesitancy.”
The bigger question is why anyone would accept at face value what this government says. And yet, many do.
Is it possible the ubiquitous extent of government disinformation is too big for most Americans to get their arms around? Is it that we are desperate to believe someone to relieve our own anxiety? Or is it that we have become so fractionated we are willing to rationalize complete twaddle to remain in good standing with our socio-political tribe?
Secrecy and dishonesty permeate the government.
- Though “everyone knows” the 2020 election was not stolen, the administration urged federal judges not to release any damning information about the controversial Dominion voting machines. They only want to hide the information, they say, to “protect election security.”
- Despite claims videos from January 6th could resolve questions about the incident, the Speaker of the House declared sovereign immunity to prevent the public from suing for their release.
- Instead of public hearings as in the Nixon case, The September 2019 Trump impeachment was partially conducted in private in the basement of the capital where none of the public could hear the sworn testimony.
- Underage migrants are quietly flown to U.S. cities under cover of night.
The government is not a reliable source for information. Like an errant spouse caught cheating, they hide, dissemble, and blame. They may not lie about every issue, but the federal government is so massively dishonest that the only reasonable response is to question all they say and look for the source material.
Still think you can trust the government?
On July 8, 2015, the House passed HR-5 to reauthorize the states’ education money. The bill contained an astounding section enabling the federal government to gain control of local public education and of your child’s public education if the state accepted the money.
Several of us called Representative Kline’s office who denied knowing the clause was there but agreed to remove it. Instead, they moved it ahead 25 pages. You can read the section highlighted on pages 564-565 under “Restoration of State Sovereignty Over Public Education and Parental Rights Over the Education of Their Children.”
Governments have always been about power. Over time “serving the people” becomes a means to expand that power. Lies and treachery are the tools that enable moves like “every vote counts” (especially the illegal ones), vaccines for all, and the Great Reset.
Our Founders knew that, and it is why our original documents severely limit federal authority.
They also knew politicians could be clever and persuasive. After all, Trudeau ended his plea for more power by equating totalitarianism with democracy!