One Year Later: Was It ‘Over-Reaching’ To Call Them Out As ‘Mask Nazis’?

One year ago yesterday, the declaration of a viral pandemic massively changed the direction of the country… and the world.

Now that we’re finally on the trailing edge of the viral panic, we have the chance to look back and see both how far we’ve come, and how the proposed solutions have lined up with the claims.

Masks were a big deal right from the beginning. We had some strong opinions about how seriously we should take those mask policies, what was really driving government mandates, and how free citizens should respond to government demands for our unquestioning obedience.

We see the long line of Little Lord Fauci’s feckless flip-flops.

Will this presidential election be the most important in American history?

Now’s the chance to put our own words to the test. How well did OUR take on the pandemic, the mask use, and various government power-grabs hold up over the course of the past year?

This show went live on August 6th. Seems like a lifetime ago now.

Unlike Joe’s political promises to govern as a moderate, what we had to say in the public record held up well.

Cross-posted with Clash Daily


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