By Matt Birchler

No, I Will Not

If you ever wonder why people like me are so fed up when talking to people about Covid.

It's March 2020, will you stay home for a bit to try and slow the spread of this mysterious new disease? "No, I will not."

Now you can go basically anywhere you want, but will you wear a mask when you're indoors? "No, I will not."

There have been hundreds of thousands of people who have died from this in the U.S. alone, you can admit that, can't you? "No, I will not."

Well, you can at least admit it's worse than the flu? "No, I will not."

Regardless of whether you want one personally, can you look at the plain data and say that vaccines are helping keep people alive? "No, I will not."

What is businesses want to have their own vaccine or mask rules? Totally independent of the government, you must be in favor of this, right? People will vote with their wallets! "No, I will not."

Ok, getting a little desperate here…you like blue lives matter, right? 2/3 cops who died last year died from Covid-19, will you say "backing the blue" means trying to slow the spread of Covid? "No, I will not."

Last shot, can you show the slightest bit of sympathy for the families who have lost people (numerous people, in some cases!) to Covid? I can't speak for everyone, but seemingly because it would weaken their stance on everything else, the answer is, "no, I will not."

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