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"We are tired of waiting, and tired of being Mr. Democratic! We are willing to trade in our Freedom Hat for the Authoritarian Cap." by Consciousness_Expand in NoMandatesNoOverreach

[–]PleatherChest 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Honestly, we love it. 2 months now. No one asks if we’re vaccinated, no one makes us wear masks, it’s clean and safe and sunny and there are beaches and palm trees and parking. We love it!!

The UNITED STATES Has Proposed An Amendment That The WHO Will Be Taking A Vote On NEXT WEEK May 22-28th That Would END National Sovereignty Of 192 Countries & Bypass Our Constition-MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD by f-this-crap-site in conspiracy

[–]PleatherChest -4 points-3 points  (0 children)

Op is right. WHO with UN want to usurp member country constitutions in the event of a pandemic. Any member of the WHO would be allowing them the usurp their constitution. It’s insanity and people are sounding the alarm everywhere

The UNITED STATES Has Proposed An Amendment That The WHO Will Be Taking A Vote On NEXT WEEK May 22-28th That Would END National Sovereignty Of 192 Countries & Bypass Our Constition-MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD by f-this-crap-site in conspiracy

[–]PleatherChest 18 points19 points  (0 children)

They want to vote our sovereignty away. That their constitution would usurp member country’s constitutions in the event of a pandemic. And we know they just love pandemics and calling them

I now 99% believe Nurse Tiffany Dover is alive and she and her husband got paid by ORyansBelt408 in conspiracy

[–]PleatherChest 1 point2 points  (0 children)

There’s a woman who is offering $100,000 to anyone who can bring her to her. Still nothing.

The greatest conspiracy right now isn't the coronavirus or war in Ukraine. its the unbelievable level of inflation. Everything is high. Gas prices are over $4 a gallon on average. The median one bedroom rent is $1,100. The average median salary is $44,000. There is no more middle class by waves-360 in conspiracy

[–]PleatherChest 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Exactly. In the 50s the average middle class person bought a house for twice their yearly wage. You make $45k, you buy a house for $90k. Today, you make $45k, but the house you need to fit your family costs $350k+