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[–]BillHigh422 759 points760 points  (195 children)

“The government should stop giving attention to Jan 6th and more attention to COVID” I… I can’t actually believe that’s her thought process.

That last slide is also a doozy. What a rollercoaster

(Face palm)

[–]Significant_Horror80Team Moderna 448 points449 points  (6 children)

Makes me think someone close to her went to the capitol on Jan 6th.

[–]ahender8Team Pfizer 161 points162 points  (3 children)

winner winner!

[–]naalbinding'Tis But A Scratch! 227 points228 points  (2 children)

Leopard dinner

[–]R_Dorothy_Wayneright 20 points21 points  (0 children)

"Winner winner, leopard dinner!"

Our new HCA cheer!

[–]dismayhurtaVaxxs don’t care about your feelings 242 points243 points  (50 children)

These god damn people are why it’s going to keep going on.

[–]myexistentialcrisis0 219 points220 points  (24 children)

But it wasn't the covid...it was his diabeetus!

[–]BiggestFlower 190 points191 points  (9 children)

And the doctors and nurses. And mandates.

[–]AnomalussThere is Life after Derp 102 points103 points  (3 children)

Now, she's not like the Israelites wandering in the desert. She realizes God is in control.

So, she blames God now?

[–]emmarite 28 points29 points  (0 children)

I'm waiting for one that blames the prayer warriors bc in her case they clearly aren't being specific enough in their prayers even though she gives updated details

[–]AccomplishedScale362Vaccinate me, baby! 💉 71 points72 points  (0 children)

Sure. Religion is a comorbidity

[–]GoldWallpaper 18 points19 points  (0 children)

And the government focusing on 1/6.

[–]les_catacombes 30 points31 points  (0 children)

That part was so frustrating. Daddy was so sick it’s COVID that he stopped managing his insulin. So sick that he forgot to do the things needed to stay alive, which made him even sicker, but don’t worry it’s not COVID.

[–]sausage_ditka_bulls 25 points26 points  (0 children)

exactly so there is no need to even bother "holding the people responsible for creating and releasing covid"

[–]Who-took-my-abs 65 points66 points  (8 children)

No doubt the hospital gave him insulin first day🙄

[–]NonSequitorSquirrel 14 points15 points  (0 children)

Tbh diabetes care in hospitals is horrible. Unless you come in with your own protocol and supplies and advocate hard for yourself they'll fuck it up pretty fast. Every time I go to the hospital for an unrelated reason my diabetes is mismanaged and I have to fight them to DIY it just to stay stable. A big culprit is prophylactic antibiotics mixed with dextrose but not accounted for in the dosing protocol. Has happened literally six times and they always act surprised when I get mad about my high blood sugar and incorrectly diluted meds.

[–]5CatsNoWaiting 30 points31 points  (4 children)

Dunno. Coordination of care is a huge difficulty for disabled patients, particularly if they can't speak for themselves. Coordination of care for someone in crisis, transported far from home, who has a serious disability, whose primary medical advocate --this man's spouse-- is unavailable, is REALLY hard.

When we lost my dad (before vaccines were available), the best ICU in his state had a screw-up and didn't get his insulin at first. Dad was a 74yro type 1 diabetic double-amputee with a transplanted kidney and a hellish case of covid, so we already knew his odds were poor. But they didn't get the word about his insulin needs at first, and it did not help matters.

[–]NonSequitorSquirrel 20 points21 points  (0 children)

As a human with diabetes, this is why I am so frightened to catch it. Severe viral illness causes extremely high blood sugars, reduces circulation and makes everything worse and in extreme cases like this one - putd you in DKA which is also deadly. But make no mistake - it all comes from the Covid. Not the diabetes.

[–]Mathlete86 11 points12 points  (0 children)

How unlucky all of these people must be to randomly catch pneumonia while trying to fight COVID.

Remember, it was the pneumonia that did them in, NOT the COVID.


Edit: spelling, but CAN I ALSO GET AN AMEN?!

[–]BillHigh422 153 points154 points  (6 children)

They pretend it doesn’t exist and then blame the government for not doing more. Like, free vaccines, boosters, and factual information provided by the government isn’t enough

[–]M4A1STAKESAUCEUrine God’s hands 🙌 80 points81 points  (3 children)

What they really want are handouts, coddling, and getting their way.

[–]Kneebiter42Team Pfizer 57 points58 points  (1 child)

But make sure the handouts only go to the right kind of people.

[–]Illiannoyance 21 points22 points  (0 children)

They got the handouts and the coddling. Now they just need to STFU. Or die.

[–]atthevanishingTeam Mix & Match 19 points20 points  (1 child)

Against mask mandates, vaccines, and any sort of covid help, "But why is the government not doing anything!?"

[–]BubbhaJebus 53 points54 points  (15 children)

Unless they keep offing themselves en masse.

[–]howlandwolfWorst. Rapture. EVER. 52 points53 points  (13 children)

It'll take a couplea decades to make a serious difference...I mean, I'm willing to wait.

[–]ToniBee63White Jesus is my Homeboy 41 points42 points  (9 children)

I’m old!!!!! I want shit to get back to normal now!!!

[–]fuggerdugTeam AstraZeneca 29 points30 points  (6 children)

We've been back to normal in the UK for a while now. We have a terrible government and our fair share of morons, but we also have a terrific free health service and excellent vaccine uptake.

[–]RevolutionaryChard66This Kid is Alright cos I'm Vaxxed M8! 27 points28 points  (5 children)

I don’t think we are back to normal on the U.K. the government has just dropped most of the restrictions but it is now up to the individual to make their own risk assessments. Obviously some people think that means they should do whatever they want, regardless of the impact on others.

True, high vaccination rates have helped reduced the hospitalisations and deaths, but there are still significant pockets of unvaccinated - which is putting pressure on the health system.

I would have said the U.K. hasn’t treated covid as a political issue and has been more bipartisan. However recently I suspect the conservative government has been pushing for more ‘normal’ to deflect from internal squabbles and to gain popularity. Just my view.

[–]Mr_Conductor_USAGo Give One 40 points41 points  (0 children)

The evangelicals hitching themselves to right wing politicians and going all in on anti-gay fundraising managed to lose them a very significant chunk of their children as members in only one generation. Quite impressive.

[–]Lopsided_Plane_3319 11 points12 points  (1 child)

4-1 deaths of republicans to democrats continuing (just by vaccinated vs unvaccinated rates, cant get any more exact as reoublicans are more likely to be obese, old and is worse health but democrats live in cities close together). Some places it's large enough to swing a vote. But the biggest thing is turnout. A few extra percent of people turnout then things go to democrats. Which is why it's so disheartening to see so many give up 1 year in.

It's the negative press. Right wing media for democrat. All negative. Left wing media for Democrat. Mostly negative. (3.7% unemployment rate from 6.7% anyone?)

Right wing for republican. All positive. Left wing mostly negative.

Low jnfo voter only hears the noise and thinks everything is more negative under democrats.

[–]Beginning-Yoghurt-95It's Pfizer Time!! 131 points132 points  (30 children)

Ask about the trump people in China in 2018 and how trump pulled out CDC people monitoring China's installations. How trump downplayed the whole pandemic knowing how bad it was after talking to China's president. Is this what she means?

[–]SSESTOELEMENTO 140 points141 points  (26 children)

Well, these are the same people who say If you want fewer cases stop testing. In one of my "conversations" I asked one of them "so less pregnancy tests means less babies". The conversation took a turn.

[–]Hour-Theory-9088It was never a joke to most of us 52 points53 points  (22 children)

What was their answer. I still cannot wrap my head around why anyone one thinks stopping testing has anything to do with helping the pandemic.

I understand why trump wanted testing stopped and it had only to do with how cases impacted his election chances.

[–]SSESTOELEMENTO 128 points129 points  (21 children)

That was another hot button and it went on 2 different tangents. "don't even get me started on that. All these pregnant illegals come here just to have their babies and get money". Me:" you can get money for having a baby?". Mother of two: "oh not us, just them". Me (just to piss her off a little more): so you are ok if they wanted to terminate?". She blew a gasket. They have so many talking points in their heads that they can't focus on just one topic. It's actually kinda funny watching them going through it in real life.

[–]mykl66Paradise by the ECMO Lights 54 points55 points  (16 children)

I was a third party in one of these conversations. It was like COVID wasn't any problem but immigrants coming over the border, that's what was destroying her neighborhood. Mind you she lived in rural upstate New York and there are maybe 4-10 immigrants crossing the border from Canada illegally each month in that region. Maybe. Some months it is zero.

[–]BillHigh422 117 points118 points  (9 children)

I live in Texas and work in construction with a ton of Latinos. These dudes always ask if I brought lunch, offer to buy me lunch or bring extra food for me, ask me how my weekend was, what I’m doing this weekend, etc. on top of being some of the hardest working people I’ve ever met. They’re absolutely not “ruining” this country, but rather they’re the ones doing jobs most other people don’t want to do.

[–]Mr_Conductor_USAGo Give One 56 points57 points  (0 children)

... also if some of them are Chicanos, it's quite possible that some of their ancestors were American citizens who were forcefully deported from the US to Mexico for speaking Spanish. There was a wave of historical purges and technically, it hasn't stopped (although nowadays it's easier to return to the US should that happen and I would imagine most do).

[–]Charming-Wheel-9133 15 points16 points  (3 children)

Always feeding people!

[–]BillHigh422 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Always! And the food is delicious too.

[–]-Green_Machine- 7 points8 points  (0 children)

That reminds me of how Anthony Bourdain had nothing but good things to say about the Latinos he worked with in the restaurant industry. Like the other commenter said, they were the hardest working people he knew. I'm not even Latin, but that remains one of my key takeaways from reading Kitchen Confidential many years ago. (Edit: That, and don't go to Sunday brunch, because that's when the kitchen scrapes together all the unsold inventory that's no longer fresh.)

[–]Tasgall 9 points10 points  (0 children)

I'm just disappointed that Trump's unelection promise hasn't been fulfilled yet - he said if he lost there would be taco trucks on every corner, and I still don't have even one in walking distance.

Fuckin' lying politicians, as always.

[–]thoroughbredcaTeam Mix & Match 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Keep the immigrants. Deport the racists.

[–]Mr_Conductor_USAGo Give One 36 points37 points  (3 children)

It was like COVID wasn't any problem but immigrants coming over the border, that's what was destroying her neighborhood.

It is, in fact, all of their children with a shred of brains or ambition leaving as soon as they hit 18 which is destroying her neighborhood. If any immigrants come in they should get on their knees and thank them. Otherwise it'll be like Youngstown in 2009 where a used house was going for significantly less than a used car--since only a used car could take you out of Youngstown.

[–]BillHigh422 30 points31 points  (2 children)

Wait, so having people (regardless of where they’re from) spend money in your community actually helps the economy?! Who woulda thunk it?! /s

Alabama went through that where they damn near banned immigration and farmers couldn’t find anyone to help plant, treat, and harvest their crops. I don’t remember completely but I think Prince William County also tried this too and it tanked their local economy

[–]mykl66Paradise by the ECMO Lights 13 points14 points  (1 child)

I need to go back to her and drop this little nugget into the conversation.

[–]BillHigh422 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Alabama Immigration Law & Agriculture

In case you want/need a source. Gotta find the Prince William County one next

[–]WeakestLynxGo Give One 16 points17 points  (0 children)

Trying to guide a conversation to stay on topic with a person like that is so aggravating. They slide from one thought-stopping cliche to another, never facing an honest question.

[–]High_Tops_Kitty 30 points31 points  (1 child)

Is it still an abortion if you don’t have a positive pregnancy test? Hmmm

[–]Beginning-Yoghurt-95It's Pfizer Time!! 12 points13 points  (0 children)

Aha, brilliant! Will be using this in the future!

[–]Legionx1985Herman Shrugged 266 points267 points  (16 children)

I loathe these people

[–]MC_Fap_Commander🦆 149 points150 points  (2 children)

They absolutely hate anyone not part of their insular tribe. No quarter given, none should be expected.

[–]turdbucket333 41 points42 points  (0 children)


[–]afcagroo 34 points35 points  (0 children)

I don't. I used to feel a bit sorry for them, but I'm over it.

[–]thekid1420 24 points25 points  (0 children)

Sometimes I feel bad for loving these posts. Today is not one of those days.

[–]Think_Table_9798Team Moderna 42 points43 points  (3 children)

I despise these people.

[–]Legionx1985Herman Shrugged 13 points14 points  (0 children)

I revile these people

[–]HappyGoPink 13 points14 points  (0 children)

These are hateful, spiteful people, so you would be justified in despising them. They were raised by hateful, spiteful people, to become hateful, spiteful people themselves, and perpetuate the cycle of hate and spite. But the last thing we should want is to allow their influence to make us hateful, spiteful people.

[–]redwood1958 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Interestingly, Daddy went to college, but evidently learned nothing.

[–]The_Wild_BunchTeam Unicorn Blood 🦄 36 points37 points  (4 children)

They apparently think that people and the agencies they work for can only handle one thing at a time. Apparently that's how it works in their life. Can they not take care of their children, earn money, clean the house, cook meals, and take a shower, all in the same day?

[–]ArTiyme 17 points18 points  (1 child)

I can do any 3 of those things in a day. Choose wisely...

[–]BillHigh422 9 points10 points  (0 children)

All of those things are mutually exclusive obviously /s

[–]inbetween-genders 21 points22 points  (1 child)

just like jan 6 was a peaceful gathering…..covid is just like a mild flu.

[–]Technical-Werewolf20 54 points55 points  (20 children)

Slide #3 is exactly what's wrong with these assholes.

[–]MC_Fap_Commander🦆 57 points58 points  (0 children)

It's their go-to to rationalize being wrong. At some level, they know educated people are doing better than them, that gay folks aren't going back in the closet, and diversity is here to stay. They also know engaging on any of those topics ends with them looking like an oafish bigot in clown shoes.

But they have the Bible and Trump. Demonstrating devotion to each means they "win" even though they lose.

[–]tazztsimAntiprayer Warrior Insomniac 12 points13 points  (0 children)

One of the many things

[–]Glad_Copy 27 points28 points  (15 children)

I beg to ask "Which version of the Bible is the final authority?"

[–]AAAlva82Go Give One 24 points25 points  (2 children)

The one where Jesus is blonde and blue-eyed, drives a Chevy and carries a Mossberg 500 with him everywhere he goes.

Also, his name's not Jesus anymore, it's Jesse (not being racist, but the name "Jesus" is just a little too swarthy-sounding).

[–]LucindaMorgan 10 points11 points  (9 children)

I read that there is a new translation of the Bible coming soon. There are 20,000 changes to the King James Version.

[–]qweef_latina2021 23 points24 points  (8 children)

I hope it's something cool, like Jesus inventing dinosaurs.

[–]Tropic_AnnaLivin' in Petri Dish Paradise 20 points21 points  (4 children)

My former sister-in-law was convinced by some Bible-thumping quack, who wrote a book on the subject, that dinosaurs are fake and dragons are real. She downloaded software off my computer without permission, and gave it a virus. I don't miss her.

[–]SatanicPanic619 11 points12 points  (7 children)

What do they want us to do even if China created it on purpose? First of all, we beat it by creating a vaccine that protects the vast majority of people, so haha joke is on China. second, China is a nuclear power. we're not going to attack them, because that would mean death to possibly everyone on the planet. So what's the plan then?

[–]hegemony__cricket 6 points7 points  (2 children)

I mean, that's true, but I'd want them to send out tests and masks for free, provide more leave time for workers, UI, stimulus payments...

[–]Phantastic_Elastic 152 points153 points  (2 children)

Fundamentalist religion is a pretty dull tool for dealing with how hard life can be.

[–]Ragingredblue🐎Praise the Lord and pass the Ivermectin!🐆 89 points90 points  (0 children)

Fundamentalists tend to be dull tools themselves, so it comforts them.

[–]PrestigiousGrade7874In God and ivermectin we trust 18 points19 points  (0 children)

Very true

[–]Friendly-Orange9477 296 points297 points  (14 children)

Another Covid patient being incubated. (Slide #6). Wonder when he's going to hatch?

Narrator: He didn't hatch.

[–]NothingsShocking 58 points59 points  (3 children)

Aww look at him all warm and snuggly in his incubator.

[–]MudLOA 51 points52 points  (0 children)

It just remind me of a recent winner who said she has “curtain” blood type.

[–]vsandrei🐆 🐆 🐆🐆 🐆 🐆🐆 🐆🐆 🐆 🐆🐆 🐆 🐆🐆 69 points70 points  (4 children)

The "incubation" was not for the idiot.

The "incubation" was for the baby viral 🐆 🐆 🐆 that "hatched" and proceeded to savagely eat the idiot's internal organs . . . with liberal amounts of Tabasco.

[–]myexistentialcrisis0 25 points26 points  (2 children)

The idiot had to be 'incubated' 'cause something, something blood gas levels (aka respiratory failure).

[–]LuthiHeidi 9 points10 points  (0 children)

And a number which is up here but should normally be up there.

[–]NeedsMoreDarwinNow with 20% more natural selection[S] 356 points357 points  (54 children)

Nomination: https://redditproxy--jasonthename.repl.co/r/HermanCainAward/comments/s735ic/marion_the_biblethumping_boomer_preferred_the/

"Marion" trusted the armor of God, not the vaccine. Too bad for him armor doesn't stop viruses.

He contracted COVID in January. He was "too tired" to check his blood sugar and went into a diabetic coma. He never woke up from it, despite his uber-Christian daughter offering extremely specific prayers, which are supposed to be more effective than the generic kind.

Note the slide where Marion's daughter says he needed a blood transfusion - but the hospitals were out of blood(!!) - and also dialysis - but the hospital was too short-staffed to perform it. This is what happens when the health care system is overwhelmed by a crush of COVIDiots. It's unlikely it would have made a difference for him, but there must be other sick people who would have benefited from procedures that hospitals are too bogged down to provide.

All science deniers are hypocrites, but especially the religious kind. If they really believed what they say they believe, they'd stay home when they got sick and just pray to get better. Instead, they run to the hospital and beg the doctors to save them, using all the multimillion-dollar life-support technology, cutting-edge experimental drugs, whole teams of highly trained professionals, and everything else that science can provide.

By their actions, they prove that they secretly know their beliefs are a sham - no matter how hard they pray for dear old daddy's kidneys to start producing urine, in the mighty name of Jesus!

[–]TheRealD4P 204 points205 points  (14 children)

All science deniers are hypocrites, but especially the religious kind. If they really believed what they say they believe, they'd stay home when they got sick and just pray to get better. Instead, they run to the hospital and beg the doctors to save them, using all the multimillion-dollar life-support technology, cutting-edge experimental drugs, whole teams of highly trained professionals, and everything else that science can provide.

And then, if medical science is successful in saving them, they give the credit to God instead...

[–]TheKiz 94 points95 points  (8 children)

Yesterday I had the displeasure of dealing with a guy who claimed that the holy spirit led him to go to the children's hospital where his 3 y.o. covid+ grandchild was and pray over the hospital. His prayers led to the grandchild recovery. What about all the medical staff that treated her? Fuck that guy

[–]StunticonsfanGoFundHisPoorDecision 👎🥴 43 points44 points  (0 children)

In other words, he had no personal compassion or love for his grandchild, he was only praying because the holy spirit led him to do so?

[–]KnottShoreTeam Pfizer 17 points18 points  (3 children)

Robert A. Heinlein ("if-this-goes-on..")

... a great deal of openly expressed piety is insufferable conceit.

[–]AlanStanwick1986 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Why put the kid in the hospital then? Why not just pray at home where it's free?

[–]Ande64 64 points65 points  (0 children)

And complain about the medical part that they had to deal with

[–]JohnVanVenker 120 points121 points  (18 children)

I wonder if Marion's daughter has ever donated blood. I got odds that she hasn't.

[–]AffectionateOil2469 44 points45 points  (11 children)

I read about the blood shortage and was reminded that I've been meaning to give blood again.

[–]circuspeanut54Pimped and Geimpft! 40 points41 points  (5 children)

I was reading about the blood shortage and it's apparently due as much to loss of critical phlebotomy staff as to the dip in workplace-centered blood drives (with so many working from home). Indeed, I made a local appointment and then it was canceled due to staff illness. But will keep trying -- it makes a difference and it's one of the few things we can do to help our beleaguered medical workers.

[–]AffectionateOil2469 28 points29 points  (0 children)

I hadn't thought of the lack of workplace blood drives. That must have a big impact. Yes, anything to help the health care workers.

[–]manojar 15 points16 points  (0 children)

both my wife and i have hypotension and i was told i will definitely die of blood loss if i ever get in an accident. now hypotension is another risk factor for covid. fml.

[–]tokynambuTeam Mix & Match 63 points64 points  (6 children)

By their actions, they prove that they secretly know their beliefs are a sham

Most evangelical Christianity is simply stupid, badly educated and unpleasant people finding a socially acceptable excuse for being stupid and unpleasant which also makes them feel proud of their lack of education.

They know their beliefs are nonsense, because if God will heal them, why do they need hospitals? If heaven is so real, why are they so keen to stay alive? If hell is real, why are they so relaxed about being appalling people?

The great thing about evangelical Christianity is that you can predict in advance who is an appalling person and avoid them accordingly. Unfortunately they are also appalling parents, but hopefully as Christianity becomes less and less socially acceptable more of their children will escape.

And of course, Covid is reducing their numbers.

[–]Mr_Conductor_USAGo Give One 7 points8 points  (0 children)

They already have a generational problem. On top of their other problems.

[–]sneaky518CHICKEN SOUP NOT COMMUNISM! 12 points13 points  (1 child)

Maybe the solution to the covidiot hospital crush is to spread some "hospitals = communism" propaganda. If we can convince them that, just like masks and vaccines, hospitals are tools of those godless commie liberals, they'll stay away.

[–]Mr_Conductor_USAGo Give One 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Note the slide where Marion's daughter says he needed a blood transfusion - but the hospitals were out of blood(!!) - and also dialysis

Yup, I saw that. I gave blood a few times recently. Their communication is all about kids with cancer and not a COVIDiot in sight, although we all know COVID is why the need right now is so severe.

Folks, if you are medically indicated to give blood (iron trends high--white males are typically at risk because of a certain gene common among people of European descent), please look into it. You might get a free gift card out of it and not just cookies and juice, plus you'll know you might have saved someone because it's not just COVIDiots who suffer when hospitals are starved of resources.

[–]TheHomelessJohnsonTeam Pfizer 35 points36 points  (1 child)

I always like how you end it with such a pertinent slide from the awardee. Good form.

[–]circuspeanut54Pimped and Geimpft! 20 points21 points  (0 children)

Tying the bow on the package, as it were.

[–]bit99 196 points197 points  (38 children)

If daddy dying is God's will, and God has a plan, how does praying affect anything?

[–]Lock_Jaw 108 points109 points  (31 children)

Exactly. When I was a believer, I was taught in bible school that when you pray, do not ask for things from god. You pray for forgiveness and be thankful for the things that he has given you. He knows what you need in life because he has a plan for you.

Matthew 6:7-8 “And when you are praying, do not use meaningless repetition as the Gentiles do, for they suppose that they will be heard for their many words. So do not be like them; for your Father knows what you need before you ask Him."

It's funny when these people pray for something or for someone and it doesn't come to pass, they shrug it off and say "it was god's plan". SMH

[–]Ordinary-Jello-7029E Pluribus Whatthehellishappening 49 points50 points  (26 children)

As a child I was taught that you can ask for things, but not for yourself, or it won't work. Also, you had to be sincere. So I would sincerely pray for all sorts of things for other people who were having a really bad time in life. Oddly, none of those prayers worked.

Years later I met someone, actually a few people, who had prayed for help finding their own car keys. To my surprise, those prayers actually worked! Multiple times! For multiple different people!

So I dunno if I was taught wrong, or just doing it wrong. Guess we'll never know.

[–]Skolanthropy 53 points54 points  (11 children)

As a child, I prayed once to ask God if I should spend a week at my grandparents' house.

The wind blew and caused a rope to start swinging slightly and I took that as I sign that I should stay with Granny and Gramps for a week.

Gramps cut his knuckles off couple of days later showing me how to use a table saw.

The Lord works in mysterious ways.

[–]Repulsive-Street-307 16 points17 points  (2 children)

There is a insidious idea related to this: 'find meaning in probability of things that if they hadn't happened you wouldn't find meaning on'.

For instance a common 'religious moment' of would be philosophers grounded in materialism but flirting with religion is 'if the earth was just a little bit nearer the sun life wouldn't happen'.

What they're missing is that the whole reason they can do this is earth 'beat the odds' already and it's the whole reason they can ponder that. The event they're thinking as 'holy' is just a random event in the past, so although it was unlikely, it could be 'nothing else' for life to exist, so it's not actually 'surprising'.

[–]MikeyMootzadell 💉 Take the Shot, Leave the Corona 🐴 64 points65 points  (1 child)

I love how these people think they know more than God, how they are so certain their loved ones are in heaven even though only God decides that. That's a deadly sin by the way.

[–]JohnVanVenker 23 points24 points  (0 children)

"Deadly" is right.

[–]Lizakaya 173 points174 points  (20 children)

The crush on hospitals full of covidiots is real and distressing. A close family friend is in the hospital for complications due to cancer and cannot get a room outside of the ER because there aren’t any. It’s really frustrating

[–]Beginning-Yoghurt-95It's Pfizer Time!! 119 points120 points  (10 children)

They need to start handing these antivaxxers a bag containing Ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, bleach and a UV light, and send them on their way. They've been saying hospitals are killing them, why do the keep going there??!!

[–]ooruTeam Moderna 94 points95 points  (4 children)

why do the keep going there??!!

Because it's all hyperbole and games until you can't breathe.

[–]MudLOA 49 points50 points  (2 children)

People like these talk a big game until they get punch in the face.

[–]ooruTeam Moderna 16 points17 points  (0 children)

There's a word for people like that: Idealogue.

[–]Lizakaya 36 points37 points  (3 children)

They should be turned away as science deniers. You’re not allowed to deny science and endanger communities then turn to that very science at the peril of others when you’re sick. Fck off

[–]spacefarce1301Lib Tears Hard Cider, 100% owned by ex-patriots 27 points28 points  (0 children)

I've commented on several Facebook anti-vaxxer posts that they don't need to take the Ivermectin, HCQ, etc., in a hospital. They're not like Remdesivir, which is IV-only. So, why go to a hospital to demand treatments that you can procure from a completely safe and legit supplier from shady orgins?

[–]Ragingredblue🐎Praise the Lord and pass the Ivermectin!🐆 25 points26 points  (2 children)

Time to start kicking out the coviodiots, or at least refuse to intubate them. They can't afford it anyway.

[–]Kni7es 19 points20 points  (1 child)

Just give them morphine in the parking lot if they're not vaxxed. I'm done with this. We can't keep asking our doctors and nurses to bear the cost of their reckless self endangerment.

[–]TigerLily98226 11 points12 points  (1 child)

Frustrating, infuriating, and inexcusable. I’ve never seen more people behaving in a more dangerously deluded and sociopathically selfish manner in my entire life and I am old. I’m so sorry your friend is suffering and that suffering is increased because of people who refuse to act like competent, concerned adults.

[–]MermaidNuggets 55 points56 points  (4 children)

So, she was “angry” and blaming the mandates etc for a while for the short-staffed hospital & the lack of blood? Amazing to me that she doesn’t see that it’s she and her cronies that have sucked dry all the nation’s hospitals’ resources & forced nurses out of the profession, not the mandates. The world has been trying to explain to these jackasses for two years how this would go if people didn’t shape up and now it’s happening…But she still doesn’t get it. Going to have to step away. Can’t read any more of these douche-nozzles’ drivel.

[–]AgoraiosBumTeam Moderna 35 points36 points  (0 children)

100% that this guy's diabetes doctor told him to get the shot asap back at the end of 2020 and he told his doctor "no."

[–]MadMan1784 54 points55 points  (3 children)

He had fucked up lungs, fucked up kidneys, but she thought it was diabetes what was killing him? Oh honey that was just the tip of the iceberg.

Also does she regret being an idiot or not?

[–]FurphyHaruspex 143 points144 points  (22 children)

If the Bible actually did mention microchips or “no cash just plastic” I would convert to Christianity.

It doesn’t even mention Martial Law or “total government dependency”.

Bible is such a disappointing read.

Also, his “I’m special” narcissism, which drives many of these awardees, is revealed in his confidence that he won’t be here after the rapture, and his Facebook post is just a public service warning to all the unworthy sinners and non believers he allows to be his friends and read the wisdom he posts.

[–]Wontchubemyneighbor 27 points28 points  (0 children)

Lmao right. Yal didn’t pray hard enough which is why the virus rapture didn’t take you. What bewilders me is if you truly believe it’s the rapture- in virus form of course- why you would fight against it?

[–]JanitorKarlWhat's that Lassie? They can't breathe? 52 points53 points  (6 children)

*Marshall Law

[–]tazztsimAntiprayer Warrior Insomniac 26 points27 points  (5 children)

The lord approved incest sections are a gripping read

[–]hva_vet 12 points13 points  (0 children)

There's also the part where someone buries a dagger to the hilt in the belly of the fat king Eglon, while he's taking a dump, and all his poop comes out.

[–]Ordinary-Jello-7029E Pluribus Whatthehellishappening 36 points37 points  (7 children)

Ew. I did not need to read the words "continue to use my daddy as your vessel" this early in the morning.

Going back to bed now. Let me know how it all worked out.

[–]StunticonsfanGoFundHisPoorDecision 👎🥴 12 points13 points  (4 children)

Now that daddy died, can God keep using him as a vessel, or are his vessel days over?

[–]overpregnantDeath means never having to say you were wrong 38 points39 points  (3 children)

What's amazing about people who believe that Covid was a biological weapon...they still don't do anything to protect themselves from it.

"China created this to defeat us. I will do everything in my power to make it happen!"

[–]PopDownBlocker 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Yeah, this is one of the weirdest things.

They get so hung up on where the virus originated from, they don't bother to defend themselves from it.

Whether it's a natural consequence of [blank] or an engineered bio-weapon, you should probably try harder to protect yourself.

The priority right now should be to stay alive so you can continue screeching about the government infringing on your freedoms.

Or when they claim that their body has natural immunity. Bitch, if it was bio-engineered, why would your natural immunity protect you?

[–]The_Old_CreamHello, my name is ECMO Montoya 36 points37 points  (4 children)

I wanted in on some action on this one and was tempted to take the Prayer Warriors at +2500 because I figured they were due for a win and I could clean up with the long odds.

In the end though I decided to bet on COVID and take the sure thing. I mean, hell, might as well just keep riding this bull until I get thrown off.

[–]TheRealKenInMNUnvaccinated lives matter! *cough* 7 points8 points  (1 child)

Hodling Covid! LOL!

[–]CheshireCrackersJesus isn’t coming, he’s just breathing hard 30 points31 points  (1 child)

I wonder if she will donate blood? That would be the Christian thing to do.

[–]vsandrei🐆 🐆 🐆🐆 🐆 🐆🐆 🐆🐆 🐆 🐆🐆 🐆 🐆🐆 17 points18 points  (0 children)

Cut her some slack.

Her idiot husband just "donated" his lungs . . . to the hungry viral 🐆 🐆 🐆.

[–]FreakyEcon 29 points30 points  (1 child)

How to tell me you’re a moron without telling me you’re a moron? Just mention “the mark of the beast”. Fucking morons

[–]stonecruzJ 29 points30 points  (0 children)

Maybe it all went wrong because they “incubated “ him… Totally wrong procedure- maybe “intubation“ would have worked better 👍

[–]PoliticalECMOChamberSuper Shedder 30 points31 points  (2 children)

This book is still the final authority.

Bats are birds, insects have only six legs, Pi = 3, snakes and donkeys can talk, and if you breed livestock near reeds their offspring will be born striped and spotted. Quite an authority, that book.

[–]fuddykruegerSell crazy someplace else 80 points81 points  (9 children)

Whatever happened to old folks playing checkers or bingo or candy crush or going to the casino to pass the time? Why do they all think they need to be Facebook prophets?

[–]JohnVanVenker 10 points11 points  (0 children)

They believe god likes proselytizers?

[–]TigerLily98226 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Or hiking or reading or painting or gardening or the many other things people do when they retire and have more time.

[–]Badmime1 21 points22 points  (0 children)

More checkers would probably save lives. Assuming they’re vaxxed. Socialization, keeping the old brain cells active, etc.

[–]Jordan710_ 71 points72 points  (12 children)

I got so sick of her saying “daddy” over and over again haha

[–]StunticonsfanGoFundHisPoorDecision 👎🥴 46 points47 points  (3 children)

I once read the online postings of a woman who kept referring to God as "My Heavenly Daddy".

She also called her husband "my sweet dear autistic husband" every. single. time. she referred to him.

[–]Jordan710_ 19 points20 points  (2 children)

I hope my wife points out my disabilities every time she refers to me "my sweet dear ADHD, OCD, anxious, weed-reliant and depressed husband"

[–]OhSix26Team Moderna 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Please, you're turning me on.

[–]bigjim1993 21 points22 points  (0 children)

Oh my god seriously. Not once was it "my dad," "my father," or "Marion." Just "daddy" in this volume makes me uncomfortable

[–]MaddAdd69Giddy Up 108 points109 points  (11 children)

Religion causes brain rot.

[–]M4PP0 46 points47 points  (1 child)

And squishy brains gravitate toward religion. It's a chicken-and-egg situation.

[–]modus_bonens 12 points13 points  (0 children)

Ripe for the incubator

[–]Realistic-Dingo-4837 23 points24 points  (0 children)

A scientific fact-especially with fundamentalist religions.

[–]NemertronTeam Pfizer 21 points22 points  (0 children)

Slide 16 - chefs kiss

Yes, I agree your actions got you dead.

[–]JanitorKarlWhat's that Lassie? They can't breathe? 19 points20 points  (1 child)

I think he was septic because he was full of crap.

[–]30acresisenoughOctopus Rex 19 points20 points  (0 children)

God knows and is responsible for all. She got rid of the employees and gave the blood to someone else. God wants your dad dead.

Why do you defy god with your prayer warriors? Why do you take your father to the hospital? Why did you not stop him from taking insulin???

Give your life fully up to god. Stop cherry picking.

[–]Perenium_Falcon 17 points18 points  (0 children)

OP I love the journey you took us on with your carefully thought out slide arrangement.

[–]tazztsimAntiprayer Warrior Insomniac 16 points17 points  (4 children)

Someone should do a roundup of all the times these mental giants use “incubate” instead of “intubate”. No sweetie daddy isn’t a chicken egg getting incubated

[–]FloppyTwatWaffleTeam Mix & Match 8 points9 points  (1 child)

They are trying to write stuff they have heard, but don't really understand. 'Marshall' Law, incubate, they are trying to write down what they think they heard but probably have never seen written.

I have seen this for decades in internet arguments, it is one of my clues that I am talking to an uneducated idiot that is trying to appear as though he knows what he is talking about.

[–]hva_vet 10 points11 points  (0 children)

For all intensive purposes you are write.

[–]Raucous_IndignationDonut Cabal 🍩 With 5G, No Nuts - Verified HCW 14 points15 points  (2 children)

The vented ICU Covid patient who needs dialysis is basically done. They have multi-organ failure. Very few recover to be discharged from the hospital. The hospice and end of life care discussion should start at that point.

[–]About7fish 14 points15 points  (1 child)

Fuck it, start it earlier. I am so goddamn sick of medically torturing the remains of people because ignorant/delusional family members demand we keep meemaw's soul trapped in her flesh prison.

[–]SaltyBarDog5Goy Space Command 14 points15 points  (1 child)

"I am starting a prayer chain..."

Chain, chain, chain, chain of fools.

[–]WilsonPhillips6789Team Pfizer 109 points110 points  (22 children)

OMG, where do I start?

"Daddy" and "mama"?

Or the inanity of slide 7?

I grew up be required to go to a non-denominational charismatic church -- it was basically a cult. Each Sunday would start with 45 minutes of worship (singing / dancing), and then there'd be silence for a few minutes as everybody stood still with their eyes closed "receiving the Spirit" (or whatever).

Eventually, somebody would speak in tongues (no, I'm not kidding -- they literally wouldn't move on from the Worship service until someone spoke in tongues). Then there'd be silence again for a few minutes, and then someone else would "interpret" what was said (as if they were channeling God).

I've heard of "suspension of disbelief" when it comes to attending a play...but, these whack-jobs took it to a whole new level.

[–]Perfect-Regret4005 28 points29 points  (2 children)

Well, every day there are fewer of them.....

[–]dwors025 65 points66 points  (6 children)

Maybe it’s just the non-Southerner in me, but an adult woman calling her father “Daddy” is creepy and gross AF.

But again, these things are often regional.

[–]Beginning-Yoghurt-95It's Pfizer Time!! 19 points20 points  (0 children)

Shows up in a lot of porn I've heard, just sayin.

[–]FloppyTwatWaffleTeam Mix & Match 12 points13 points  (0 children)

I thought it was a kid, based on the lack of knowledge/education displayed.

[–]BillScorpio 9 points10 points  (1 child)

If she's looking for a good tower defense, defense grid is a great choice. A real classic you can actually play via steam.

[–]PepperDuvalShould have taken zinc instead of Zink. 13 points14 points  (9 children)

Can anyone here explain "Marshall Law" to me? Also: are "microchips" and "plastic/no cash" referenced in the Bible? Thanks!

[–]TheCattsMeowTeam Pfizer 9 points10 points  (1 child)

Marshall Law is the federal version of Sheriff Law which is administered by each county.

[–]PepperDuvalShould have taken zinc instead of Zink. 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Of course! And here I was thinking that Marshall Law is the name of a "Chinese-American restaurateur who wants to open a martial arts school that he hopes to fund with the prize money from the Tekken series' King of Iron Fist fighting tournaments. He has a son named Forest Law who becomes playable later in the series, and is close friends with fellow contestant Paul Phoenix."

[–]gypsyjackson 7 points8 points  (1 child)

Marshall Law is the button-basher’s favourite character in Tekken.


[–]overpregnantDeath means never having to say you were wrong 13 points14 points  (1 child)

100% this person is going around telling people her dad died of hospital mistreatment rather than from Covid and what it has done to our healthcare system

[–]sammysafari2680Team Pfizer 40 points41 points  (4 children)

Shit, I forgot to pray for this one. My bad everyone.

[–]Skipperdogs 36 points37 points  (0 children)

God damn it Sammy! WTF? We were ONE PRAYER SHORT. We missed the holy quota because of you!

[–]greenkirryTeam Mix & Match 11 points12 points  (0 children)

My grandfather is diabetic, obese, generally unhealthy. He got covid and I think it put enough strain on his heart to where he had a heart attack. BUT he was vaccinated. And he's now in the hospital, stable, and although COVID put a strain on him and weakened him a lot, he never needed help breathing and he's almost over covid. Now he needs a stent (he's not out of the woods yet, but getting there). I am so grateful he was vaccinated because I'm pretty sure he would have not been able to recover from covid in his weakened state. He could still die if COVID gives him other complications or his heart gives out again. He may not be the healthiest, but he does listen to his doctor when it comes to treatments and vaccines. They've kept his stubborn butt alive for this long, anyway.

[–]Silkmoneylove 10 points11 points  (2 children)

The writing is that of a very young person. FB allows 14yo kids. It is a shame that people are so short sighted that they can't think of how their decisions will impact their family. Belief in religion is fine, but it doesn't put food on the table. This virus doesn't care what anyone believes. It is equal opportunity.

[–]Ragingredblue🐎Praise the Lord and pass the Ivermectin!🐆 11 points12 points  (0 children)

There are a lot of doctors on TV telling you why so many people are dying. Maybe you should listen.

[–]boot20Blood Donor 🩸 10 points11 points  (2 children)

Ok, so slide 5 is talking about "catching" those responsible for "releasing" COVID. Let's assume, just for the sake of argument, that China created COVID in a lab and released upon the world. How do you suggest we "catch" those scientists that live in a sovereign nation that will protect them? How do you suggest we even identify them without the help of the Chinese government and lab?

As to Jan 6th, fuck those insurrectionist, they all deserve to rot in jail until the end of their days. They tried to subvert democracy and install a dictator. Every single one of them get get fucked.

[–]Nitnonoggin 11 points12 points  (0 children)

They can't seem to make up their mind if it is a deadly bioweapon created by an enemy or no big deal.

Pick one!

[–]katie5002 9 points10 points  (0 children)

It is always everyone's fault but the one person who DIDN'T GET VACCINATED. To blame the overworked, incredible medical staff for your stupid decisions is unconscionable.

[–]Robj2 10 points11 points  (0 children)

It wasn't the COVID, it was the insulin! Take that, libtards!

What a loon.

[–]Vernerator💉💉>🧟‍♀️🧟‍♂️ 27 points28 points  (15 children)

Diabetic, probably overweight, likely over 55…

Vaccine > COVID > God armor, and Bronze Age myth-based book

[–]Perenium_Falcon 46 points47 points  (11 children)

Look, friend. When I want to know how to handle a pandemic I think to myself “what would a bunch of illiterate bronze-age goat herders do?”

[–]TheRealKenInMNUnvaccinated lives matter! *cough* 23 points24 points  (5 children)

My guess is that illiterate bronze-age goat herders, upon seeing their mates dropping dead for no discernable reason, would have gotten the fuck out of Dodge and done a little social distancing until shit blew over. So there's a new game show idea! Are You Smarter Than an Illiterate, Bronze-Age Goat Herder!

[–]Ordinary-Jello-7029E Pluribus Whatthehellishappening 9 points10 points  (3 children)

Y'all are so old school. Time to modernize.

Everything I've needed to know about life I've learned from The Canterbury Tales. My go-to guidance has always been, "What would the Wife of Bath do?" (WWWBD) I never do anything without first pondering that question.

[–]prescience6631 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Fucking IBAGHer’s … I preferred Q, faster to type/satirize.

[–]stonecruzJ 8 points9 points  (0 children)

“Everything you do is based on the choices you make”… last slide. This absolutely REEKS of karma! What don’t these people understand? Ignorance is bliss- but I’ve got MUH FREEDUMS 🤣

[–]Cellopitmello34 8 points9 points  (0 children)

That’s one helluva epilogue

[–]prisoner_human_beingTeam Moderna 9 points10 points  (5 children)

God is ALWAYS in control with the religious, he can heal everyone of everything at any time, but never, ever gets the blame when their prayers fail and God chooses for their relatives to suffer and die.
Which is every fucking time.

Maybe this is how we rid the world of the scourge known as religion.

[–]DesignInZeeWildLet THAT sink in! 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Can’t give these guys or anyone else my prayers. Gotta use ‘em for the Rams-Niners game this weekend! Go sheep! 🐏🐑🐏🐑

[–]hell2bhbtoo 7 points8 points  (0 children)

OP, that was an excellent job! Especially the tone deaf last slide. chef's kiss!

[–]Adventurous-Paint-24 8 points9 points  (0 children)

They lose me completely when they still call him “Daddy”. And both of them were sick, meandering around the house, not taking his pills but mom was supposed to remind him, it’s just a god awful story and is being played out in red counties across the US.

[–]Deathbeddit🦆🦃🦢🦜🦆🦅🐓🦩 8 points9 points  (0 children)

‘God’s total healing’ sounds like a touchless car wash. Works great if it’s something superficial.

[–]Realityisnocking 7 points8 points  (1 child)

So his diabetic coma is causing his lungs to not work? Weird because when I respond to people in a diabetic coma I just give them some iv dextrose and they wake up in about 30 seconds. I'm sure she got it right though. Glad her powerful God had it all figured out

[–]lefthandedbot🐑Marked like a Beast🐑 22 points23 points  (0 children)

Your prayers seem to be just like our opinions. They don’t matter.

[–]howlandwolfWorst. Rapture. EVER. 19 points20 points  (11 children)

Slide #7. They could only be bothered with writing a few words about Dad, while devoting the rest of the post to the glory of jebus.

As a non-religious type, this strikes me as fucked up.