Trump and the other toddlers
The problem is that young people are love-starved, or whatever term you would like to substitute. As soon as the bars, beaches and swimming pools were allowed to reopen, they swooped in — 20-somethings, 30-somethings, 40- and 50-somethings, even the teeny-boppers with phony IDs — hitting on everybody in sight. Tossing caution to the wind, along with their face masks, they crammed together in tight spaces. In effect, COVID became an STD, a socially transmitted disease.
And that’s why we’re seeing so many positive results, when these party animals even bother being tested. After their hot spots and return to their families and friends, they create new hot spots in their communities. Each has the potential to become a one-person pestilence.
Deborah Birx, the White House overseer of all thing coronavirus — almost as famous as Tony Fauci — said the kiddies and kiddie wannabes had been docilely complying with the stay at home orders, except for the militia groups. But when first word came of a relaxing of restrictions, some of them went berserk. Or as Birx more elegantly put it, “When they saw people out and about on social media, they all went out and about”
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