Using the laughably naive slogan “equity” at every turn, Vermont’s Gov. Phil Scott and his bevy of enlightened “woke” white progressives are unveiling a broad effort to implement “equity” in Vermont, whether the citizenry likes it or not.
Vermont’s Farm to Plate program has offered up yet another example of the fictional absurdity, and blatant unconstitutionality, of the government’s effort to use the race card to subjugate Vermonters into submission.
What of leaders in Vermont who have aped the mainstream media’s dishonesty about the origin of COVID-19, favoring the anti-Trump narrative that the disease developed from a natural transmission from bats to humans, and portraying any other theories as racist and hateful?
The attorney general, and most of the attorneys employed by the state, are aligned against taxpayers. It is time to hire an attorney ombudsman who will stand without conflict for the citizens instead of the government and the special interests that now operate it.
Vermont’s education system is revealing its lack of critical thinking skills as it thrusts a toxic, hate-filled, race-based invective onto Vermont’s children. Since educators can’t think critically, parents had better do so.
If a single child is sickened or dies after injection, perhaps we should scientifically conclude — as with COVID — that it was caused by the injection, and hold McCormack and the rest legally and morally accountable for that preventable harm.
Let us teach others how much more enjoyable is a brave life aware of risk than a cowering enslavement in self-induced torment. The only thing to loath is fear itself — not those enjoying liberty rationally, without fear.
Flanked by eerily-masked twin Sphinxes Harris and Pelosi, Big-Brother Biden doubled down on his critical race theory assault against the U.S. Constitution. Emphatically pointing to himself, Joe preached a creepy collectivist incantation that “We the People are the government!”
When science is fabricated to advance a bizarre dogma to intimidate others by violating clearly-established constitutional liberties, Vermonters should be troubled. When this is done by an elected official with a law degree, Vermonters should be livid.
It is not uncommon to see crows attacking ravens, a much larger bird, especially in springtime. This strange interspecies conflict is common and well-documented. In human political or other conflict, we also often see this same strange inversion.
This bill will provide health care for illegal aliens who are attracted to Vermont by these buttery public offerings. But let us analyze this silly bill, employing the critical thought that is so visibly absent from our so-called leadership.
Thugs intimidating fellow Vermonters with false claims of racism are the worst kind of “citizen.” It is time we Vermonters began confronting those people who call others racists merely for disagreeing with them politically.