I have been asked by many dozens of people over the last week of December 2021 whether or not we would have lockdowns again due to the new Omicron variant of the coronavirus. What made things considerably worse for people was the decision of the Sixth Circuit Court to overrule the Fifth Circuit over the OSHA decision on Biden’s Executive Order making vaccines mandated. All that happened around the same time that Biden had a nationwide address to talk about what the administration was doing about Covid spreading, panicking everyone into wondering if we were going to go through 2020 again. So I’ll say here what I’ve told all these other people personally, no, we won’t be going through lockdowns again. Now, if you live in a blue state or a blue city with some radical progressives making the decisions, you will see them try. Democrats are polling terribly everywhere they are these days because they have been forced to pull off the masks they have been hiding behind for many years. Now that people see what they are up to, they are running in the opposite direction. The greatest thing to have come from the Trump presidency has been this pressure on progressives to show what they have always been about against a backdrop of pure capitalist endeavor. I think people needed that lesson, and we are all better off for it. But the most significant thing that happened, which I have watched happen over a great many years, but never better than with Trump, is that our population has learned about the American Constitution and its powers to limit government. Now that people can see why that is important, they are fans of the Constitution in ways that will prevent further Covid lockdowns over a sustained period.
Just for review, there is no legal authority for a centralized government, even under emergency powers, to lock down our American society. The planners of Covid assumed that people would trust their doctors more than they trusted the government, so they came up with Covid to attempt a global Great Reset of all capitalist economies into centrally planned ones, and many governors in America fell for it hook, line and sinker. They weren’t exactly what you might call “constitutional scholars.” Hence, it was easy for communist health directors to take what the World Health Organization said, run by China essentially, and apply it in a centralized way in their states. We certainly saw that behavior in Ohio with Mike DeWine. He led the way for all the other states in America to go total authoritarian and break constitutional limits, all in the name of an emergency. The government is not allowed to do any of that, even under a crisis. Over the years, the government has abused this premise several times under provisions of the “greater good,” such as the New Orleans hurricane from several years ago, where the door-to-door arrests and gun confiscations were conducted under the umbrella of “safety.” So naturally, since it worked back then and these government tyrants took note, they were going to try it on something more significant and more far-reaching, convincing people to give up their constitutional rights under emergency conditions. That is how the Covid approach was formed, and when they were able to trick President Trump into buying into the concept during an election year, they were sure they would have success, which they did get.
But they only had success because people didn’t know their rights. People could have told the government to go to hell from the very outset of Covid, but people gave the government the benefit of the doubt. But I said it back then, and I continued to say it through the government made “plandemic” that there was no constitutional construct that government had to tell businesses when they could open or close or shut down. The government made a move to centralize its authority, suspend constitutional rights, and attack elements of capitalism outright without having to justify themselves to the public. They were in love with this new ability. And people followed for a while because they really thought they might die of Covid and that the CDC might actually know what it was talking about. It turned out they didn’t know what they were doing, or if they did, it was malicious intent from the start. No attempt by the government to stop the virus with therapeutics. Their only remedy was a vaccine or nothing and to social distance for some ridiculous period to supposedly alleviate the pressure on local hospitals, which was never a problem, even in the height of the lockdowns. Every court case that went to court in Ohio challenging DeWine’s lockdowns of the state economically were defeated in court, and they will continue to be defeated because they were never constitutional to begin with. But the trend was seen by all; the government never did have the authority to go door to door and arrest people, like they have been doing other places in the world that don’t have a constitution as we have in America where the government has limited rights. So the government has attacked our businesses through rules and regulations that they have controlled to show power over the Constitution, which is precisely what the OSHA challenge is all about over vaccine mandates.
Biden’s timing was meant to put pressure on the Sixth Circuit Court panel of three to punt the case to the Supreme Court in the wake of the Omicron variant that was ravishing the news ahead of the Holidays. But people are not biting on it. The news has been hitting the public flat. People are tired of the Covid talk, the masks, the lockdowns, and the nonsense, and they are finally pushing back because now, unlike before, they know their rights and just what government can actually do to them, which is nothing. The government has already overstepped their authority and are in trouble of their own. Not immediate trouble because many of these court cases take a long time to settle. But ultimately, they will look foolish in court, and the rulings will go against the tyrants, as they have with Government Mike DeWine in Ohio. But even more than before, companies are reluctant to follow government mandates because it kills their labor force. A company of any kind isn’t much of a company without a workforce, so now that people leave their jobs and go to other places to work, the government has much less control over the companies themselves. Before, companies only listened to the government out of fear of breaking the imposed rules. But the greater fear that companies have is losing their workforce to another company that doesn’t have so many stupid rules. In that way, government power, even sidestepping the Constitution, has been ripped away from them, which is a good thing. It’s been scary to see that they would even try, but the results have shown us all that our Constitution works very well if only people would follow it. It’s better late than never, I suppose. But to answer the question of whether we will go back to 2020 lockdowns, I would answer again, no. The government cried wolf, and people learned the nature of the threat, and they will never listen again. And that may be unfortunate because trust with the people has been broken forever in this little insurrection by the medical community connected like crack addicts to government funding. And they will never see that level of trust from the public, again, which I think is ultimately good for us all.