Our dictators aren’t going to evolve into ‘humble public servants’

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 It takes a history of pathology for a person to develop into someone who thinks he is so much better than everyone else that he is entitled to tell them how to live–or whether they should be allowed to live at all.

(Article by Karen Kataline republished from TheBlueStateConservative.com)

Issues of character as deep as those rarely change, but they do fester.

The proliferation of attitudes that either tolerate or reward this evil notion has been the true pandemic. It is a historical reality that the variants get progressively worse, not better.

After two years, the authoritarians in our midst haven’t suddenly become humble public servants simply because they have decided to lift their mask mandates just in time for the mid-terms.

If they continued a minute longer to force–rather than suggest–that the masses cover their noses and mouths the moment they knew how absurd it was, their masks fell off. We saw the Phantom’s face.

While touting their dedication to public service, they have shown that they would rather subjugate the public than serve them. We know many by name now and the list is longer than we ever could have imagined.

Masks have obviously been ineffective at stopping the spread of the virus, but they have been incredibly effective at spreading fear, submissiveness, and collectivism.

After “allowing” the masses to finally remove their slave masks and take an unobstructed breath in public, they may actually try to go back into hiding. Their predictable campaigns will likely include claims that they stood up for freedom and “followed the science.”

By way of another example, some have claimed that the “difficult lesson” Harvard professor and CNN analyst Juliette Kayyem should have learned is to “Think before you tweet” after receiving a major Twitter smackdown for revealing her desire to hurt truckers and their supporters for daring to fight for Liberty and the right to dissent.

On the contrary, we hope the Juliette Kayyems of the world keep tweeting what they really think.

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