Anger is perhaps not the best response to this hyperbole from the anti-vax crowd. The correct response, I believe, is ridicule. They are entitled to their opinions, of course, but their opinions are not worthy of serious discussion, only ridicule.
I think we should call them the "Dirty Dozen". It has a better ring than the "disinformation dozen".
Let the shouting and the gnashing of teeth begin!
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I just published "To Sleep, Perchance to Die." Go read it and tell me if you feel, or if you've ever felt the same way. https://link.medium.com/oglSpqP3Dhb .
If you hate Medium, for some reason, you can also read it on Substack at https://marcelgagne.substack.com/p/to-sleep-perchance-to-die or on my own Website at http://marcelgagne.com/2021/07/04/to-sleep-perchance-to-die/. Wherever you choose to read it, I'd love to get your comments on this. I'm genuinely curious as to whether anyone else feels the same way.
To be clear, these QAnon wackjobs are worthy of every bit of ridicule and derision you care to throw their way, so I tend to err on the side of many, if not most of them, are probably trolling for lulz. That said, isn't threatening private citizens (and police, as shown in the video referenced in the article) with summary execution in front of a firing squad kind of, you know, against the law?
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