Leave it to the right wingnut controlled Missouri General Assembly to dismantle (that’s charitable) the one premiere good government policy in Missouri which is a model for the nation.
It’s always been a right wingnut goal to kill the Missouri Court Plan, a public good in the form of an independent judiciary.
Modifies provisions relating to the Nonpartisan Judicial Commissions
Sponsor: Hill, Justin (108)
Proposed Effective Date: 8/28/2021
LR Number: 2537H.02I
Last Action: 03/09/2021 – Public Hearing Completed (H)
Bill String: HJR 60
Next House Hearing: Hearing not scheduled
Calendar: Bill currently not on a House calendar
This resolution specifies that judges of the Missouri Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals will be selected for terms of 16 years and will be limited to serving one term. The resolution also prohibits judges from directly or indirectly accepting any gift of any tangible or intangible item, service, or thing of value from any paid lobbyist or lobbyist principal. This resolution does not prohibit judges from accepting campaign contributions or from receiving gifts, family support, or anything of value from those related to the judges within the 4th degree of consanguinity or affinity. The resolution also provides that when there is a vacancy in the office of judge of the Missouri Supreme Court or Court of Appeals, the Governor’s appointment will require the advice and consent of the Senate.
Currently, “The Appellate Judicial Commission”, the nonpartisan judicial commission that nominates candidates for appointment by the Governor to the circuit court or associate circuit court, includes, among others, an attorney elected by the members of the Missouri Bar and a non-attorney citizen appointed by the Governor. This resolution modifies the provision to specify that, instead, the Speaker of the House of Representatives will select two members, one attorney in good standing and one non-attorney citizen, both of whom reside in the jurisdiction of the Western District Court of Appeals. The President Pro Tem of the Senate will select two members, one attorney in good standing and one non-attorney citizen, both of whom reside in the jurisdiction of the Eastern District Court of Appeals. The Governor will select two members, one attorney in good standing and one non-attorney citizen, both of whom reside in the jurisdiction of the Southern District Court of Appeals.
Currently, the “Circuit Judicial Commission” for each circuit includes five members, two of whom are attorneys elected by members of the Missouri Bar and two of whom are non-attorney citizens who reside in the circuit and who are appointed by the Governor. This resolution modifies the provision to specify that, instead, the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the President Pro Tem of the Senate will each select one member who is an attorney in good standing and who resides in the judicial circuit, and the Governor will appoint two non-attorney citizens who reside in the judicial circuit.
The provisions of this resolution are meant to amend the Missouri Constitution and shall take effect if approved by a majority of eligible voters in the state
Changes to the Missouri Court Plan in the bill text [pdf]
“…Whenever a vacancy shall occur in the office of judge of the supreme court or the court of appeals, the governor’s appointment shall require the advice and consent of the senate…”
This is not currently the case. If you like the political circus which now takes place in the U.S. Senate you’re just going to love this in Missouri if it comes to pass.
This current component of the Missouri Court Plan: “…The members of the bar of this state residing in each court of appeals district shall elect one of their number to serve as a member of said commission, and the governor shall appoint one citizen, not a member of the bar, from among the residents of each court of appeals district, to serve as a member of said commission…”
Is replaced in HJR 60 by this blatant political process, with an awkward and artificially divided geographic distribution: “…The speaker of the house of representatives shall select two members, one of whom is an attorney in good standing and one of whom is a non attorney citizen, both of whom reside within the jurisdiction of the western district court of appeals; the president pro tempore of the senate shall select two members, one of whom is an attorney in good standing and one of whom is a non attorney citizen, both of whom reside within the jurisdiction of the eastern district court of appeals; and the governor shall select two members, one of whom is an attorney in good standing and one of whom is a non attorney citizen, both of whom reside within the jurisdiction of the southern district court of appeals…”
If that ain’t an invitation to partisan abuse, nothing is.
The second rule of public policy: “If the “solution” to a non-problem is that convoluted then something is up, and it’s not good.”
Also, this current component of the Missouri Court Plan: “…The members of the bar of this state residing in the judicial circuit of such commission shall elect two of their number to serve as members of said commission, and the governor shall appoint two citizens, not members of the bar, from among the residents of said judicial circuit to serve as members of said commission…”
Is replaced in HJR 60, again, by a blatant partisan political process: “…The speaker of the house of representatives and the president pro tempore of the senate shall each select one member who is an attorney in good standing who resides in such judicial circuit; and the governor shall appoint two non attorney citizens who reside in such judicial circuit as members of such commission…”
Oh, no, that would never be partisan, right? Especially in Missouri.
The first rule of public policy: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
This is not a new goal of right wingnuts in Missouri. It’s been on their wish list for decades. And we’ve covered this assault in the past.
You just knew Missouri state rep Justin Hill would finally get the praise he deserves.
Calling it ‘cancel culture’ when good people refuse to stand silently by while you work to destroy the country allows you to pretend that you didn’t wreck your own life.
Your life is still wrecked, though.
They are always the victims. Always. An entire political movement built partially on a refusal to take personal responsibility for anything, to feel constantly ignored, put upon, persecuted. They are addicted to feeling like victims.
What he is referring to as ‘cancel culture’ is more accurately ‘consequences culture.’ In other words, your actions, who you support, and what you say have consequences, and sometimes they may not be to your liking. This is also called “adult culture.”
What happened to personal responsibility?
Cancel Culture is the GOP wanting to cancel the election and disenfranchise millions of voters.
Why should this be surprising to this guy? I wouldn’t knowingly do business with a Nazi, a KKK member, etc. You either believe in markets & capitalism or you don’t. The market is solving the problem. Now let’s hope this post goes viral and he loses even more business.
We feel for you, snowflake.
“Cancel culture” is a funny way of spelling “consequences of actions.”
I’m not understanding the correlation. How is firing your insurance agent for insurrection “cancel culture”?
You take the ride, you pay the price.
It’s almost as if siding with insurrectionists to overthrow the legitimate government of the United States makes you unpopular or something. That’s so unfair.
I’m old enough to remember when people like that used to complain that the problem with society today is that young people today are growing up without rules and consequences.
He literally took part in trying to cancel the votes of 81,283,485 people, 51.4% of votes cast.
Who would want to do business with an American traitor?
Cancel culture? Maybe simply principled customers with freedom to choose where they spend their money.
It’s not cancel culture. It’s called accountability.
There are consequences to be seditionist. You’ll just have to live with them.
You made your choice, buddy.
One of my favorite sayings:
“You can have anything you want in life, as long as you’re willing to pay the price.”
Confirms the Missouri House’s lack of faith in the 2020 election results
Sponsor: Hill, Justin (108)
Proposed Effective Date: 8/28/2020
LR Number: 1241H.04C
Last Action: 12/15/2020 – Referred: Rules – Legislative Oversight(H)
Bill String: HCS HR 2
Next House Hearing: Hearing not scheduled
Calendar: Bill currently not on a House calendar
Date Jrn Pg Activity Description
12/10/2020 H 91 Offered (H)
12/10/2020 H 91 Referred: Special Committee on Government Oversight(H)
12/14/2020 Public Hearing Completed (H)
12/14/2020 Executive Session Completed (H)
12/14/2020 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
12/15/2020 HCS Reported Do Pass (H) – AYES: 6 NOES: 3 PRESENT: 0
12/15/2020 Referred: Rules – Legislative Oversight(H)
They actually held a hearing yesterday, with Rudy Giuliani on ZOOM, and six of them voted for this.
[Representative] Peter [Mereidith (D)]: To inquire
Peter [Mereidith (D)] : Thank you. I’m not sure where to look because I’m not sure where you are seeing us.
You mentioned that this hasn’t really played out in court, but 59 judgess across the country have now rejected your claims challenging this election. You did say that you don’t think any of them have ruled on the merits. I want to point to a Pennsylvania judge that said “Free, fair elections are the lifeblood of our democracy. Charges of unfairness are serious. But calling an election unfair does not make it so. Charges require specific allegations and then proof. We have neither here.” Now that was 3rd circuit judge, Stephanos Bibas, who was appointed by Donald Trump and wrote for an unanimous panel of three judges all appointed by Republican presidents.
Meanwhile, you’ve railed on GA and fraud there, who of course has a Republican legislature and a Republican SOS. The SOS certified the results and has emphatically said that all of these claims that you’re making are completely bogus and has even said that he’s been pressured by republicans like you to find excuses to invalidate valid ballots.
Now, GA also filed a court filing that said “This election cycle, GA did what the constitution empowered it to do. It implemented processes for the election, it administered the election in the face of logistical challenges brought on by COVID and confirmed and certified the election results. Again and again and again.”
Even William Barr said the Justice Department “has uncovered no voter fraud on a scale that could have effected a different outcome on the election.” He said, ”There’s been one assertion that would have been systemic fraud and that would be the claim that machines were programmed essentially to skew the election results.” (I think we’ve heard a little about that today.) “And the DHS and the DOJ have looked into that and have not seen anything to substantiate that.”
Now, we’re talking about 6 Secretaries of State in these states, 2 of them are republicans, have all certified the results. And 6 legislatures, 5 of them GOP controlled, have all gone ahead and appointed their electors. But you want us to ask congress to overturn all those states with even William Barr agreeing that no evidence of fraud, despite thorough investigation, exists.
So my question is, All are these republicans lying? Are they complicit? Are they incompetent?
Rudy [Giuliani (r)]: Instead of getting so upset and angry, what I’d ask you to do is to calm down. And to just take a look at the video tape from Fulton County on November the…
Peter [Mereidith (D)]: Now respectfully Mr. Mayor, I won’t be calm with people trying to overthrow the results of an election and seeking to ignore the votes of 6 states of Americans.
Ross in background: Gentleman, you’re time has expired.
Rudy [Giuliani (r)]: speaking unclearly in background
Peter [Mereidith (D)]: So I think that we’re right to be upset by this action here today and about your spreading of misinformation and lies that are inflaming things across our country at a time when we need to move on and accept the results of an election. Thank you.
Ross: Representative Merideth your time has expired.
Rudy [Giuliani (r)]: Obviously, you have no interest in truth. All you have in interest in is lecturing me –
Peter [Mereidith (D)](over Rudy): I have no interest in more and more lies from you.
Rudy [Giuliani (r)]: Cutting me off in the middle of my answer –
Peter [Mereidith (D)]: I am tired of your lies. America is tired of your lies.
Ross: Representative Merideth your time has expired!
Peter [Mereidith (D)]: And they are dangerous, sir. They are dangerous.
Rudy [Giuliani (r)]: and you are very dangerous because you are covering up massive voter fraud..
Ross: Ok, further questions.
Peter [Mereidith (D)]: Yea, me and the Republican legislatures and Republican SOS, we all came together on this didn’t we?
Ross: Representative Merideth, that’s enough. Further questions?
Rudy [Giuliani (r)]: Why don’t you try to calm down….and act like a gentleman if that’s at all possible.
At the end of the special session, reportedly signed on to by sixty-six republicans:
Confirms the Missouri House’s lack of faith in the 2020 election results
Sponsor: Hill, Justin (108)
Proposed Effective Date: 8/28/2020
LR Number: 1241H.03I
Last Action: 12/10/2020 – Referred: Special Committee on Government Oversight(H)
Bill String: HR 2
The resolution text:
SECOND EXTRAORDINARY SESSION OF THE
SECOND REGULAR SESSION
House Resolution No. 2
100TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY
INTRODUCED BYREPRESENTATIVE HILL.
1241H.03I DANA RADEMAN MILLER, Chief Clerk
WHEREAS, the President of the United States has immense enumerated powers and serves as both the head of the executive branch of government of the United States and as Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces; and
WHEREAS, the election of the President of the United States should be free and fair in order to preserve the legitimacy of the government, avoid constitutional crisis, and promote the general welfare of the people of the United States; and
WHEREAS, the legislatures of the states are delegated primary responsibility to ensure that free and fair elections for the office of the Presidency of the United States are held under Article II, Section 1 of the Constitution of the United States which allows each state to appoint presidential Electors in such manner as the legislature thereof may direct; and
WHEREAS, the Congress of the United States is authorized under Amendment XII of the Constitution of the United States and the Electoral Count Act of 1887 to independently evaluate whether or not free and fair elections have occurred and to uphold the fundamental principle that the laws governing elections that are enacted by the legislatures of the states prior to the election are fully complied with during the election process; and
WHEREAS, historically low absentee ballot rejection rates occurred in the 2020 election despite the overwhelming new and unprecedented use of absentee ballots and mail in votes by many different persons and organizations; and
WHEREAS, a razor thin margin favoring Biden was reported in the days after election day in many swing states including Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgia, Arizona, and Nevada and political analyst Robert Barnes observed that Trump would win the election if any historical absentee ballot analysis process and rejection rate was assumed;
WHEREAS, statistically abnormal vote counts were reported in numerous states late on election night and the Biden-to-Trump ratio in reporting was 90 percent or more for some batches of votes;
WHEREAS, the manifest lack of any absentee ballot and mail in ballot oversight by unelected election administrators shows that the laws passed prior to election day were likely ignored and violated in numerous ways and that this violation was of significant magnitude to change the results for the election of the President of the United States; and
WHEREAS, in Pennsylvania 23,000 absentee ballots have impossible return dates, 86,000 absentee ballots are questionable, 50,000 votes held on 47 USB cards are missing in Delaware County, and signature matching for mail in ballots has been rendered impossible by the destruction of ballot envelopes; and
WHEREAS, in Georgia, Matt Braynard’s Voter Integrity Project estimates that 20,312 nonresidents cast ballots, there is video evidence of the statistical anomalies that occurred when Biden overtook President Trump with 89 percent of the votes counted, and for 53 different individual batches of votes counted, Biden led by the same 50.05 to 49.95 percent margin in every single batch; and
WHEREAS, a full and fair investigation of the election results, including analysis of absentee and mail in ballot samples for compliance with state election law, is necessary to ensure a free and fair election and should be conducted by Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgia, Arizona, and Nevada:
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the members of the House of Representatives of the one Hundredth General Assembly, Second Extraordinary Session, hereby have no faith in the validity of the results of the 2020 presidential election reported by the states of Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgia, Arizona, and Nevada; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that if a full and fair investigation is not completed, that the United States Congress sitting in joint session refuse to accept electoral votes for the office of President of the United States from the states of Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgia, Arizona, and Nevada; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Chief Clerk of the Missouri House of Representatives be instructed to prepare a properly inscribed copy of this resolution for each house of the United States Congress.
These people really are that stupid.
Uh, Robert Barnes (whatever non-entity he is) is not the arbiter of any election in this country.
Uh, Matt Braynard (whatever non-entity he is) is not the arbiter of any election in this country.
SARS-CoV-2 infection is transmitted predominately by respiratory droplets generated when people cough, sneeze, sing, talk, or breathe. CDC recommends community use of masks, specifically non-valved multi-layer cloth masks, to prevent transmission of SARS-CoV-2. Masks are primarily intended to reduce the emission of virus-laden droplets (“source control”), which is especially relevant for asymptomatic or presymptomatic infected wearers who feel well and may be unaware of their infectiousness to others, and who are estimated to account for more than 50% of transmissions.1,2 Masks also help reduce inhalation of these droplets by the wearer (“filtration for personal protection”). The community benefit of masking for SARS-CoV-2 control is due to the combination of these effects; individual prevention benefit increases with increasing numbers of people using masks consistently and correctly.
Source Control to Block Exhaled Virus
Multi-layer cloth masks block release of exhaled respiratory particles into the environment,3-6 along with the microorganisms these particles carry.7,8 Cloth masks not only effectively block most large droplets (i.e., 20-30 microns and larger)9 but they can also block the exhalation of fine droplets and particles (also often referred to as aerosols) smaller than 10 microns ;3,5 which increase in number with the volume of speech10-12 and specific types of phonation.13 Multi-layer cloth masks can both block up to 50-70% of these fine droplets and particles3,14 and limit the forward spread of those that are not captured.5,6,15,16 Upwards of 80% blockage has been achieved in human experiments that have measured blocking of all respiratory droplets,4 with cloth masks in some studies performing on par with surgical masks as barriers for source control.3,9,14
Filtration for Personal Protection
Studies demonstrate that cloth mask materials can also reduce wearers’ exposure to infectious droplets through filtration, including filtration of fine droplets and particles less than 10 microns. The relative filtration effectiveness of various masks has varied widely across studies, in large part due to variation in experimental design and particle sizes analyzed. Multiple layers of cloth with higher thread counts have demonstrated superior performance compared to single layers of cloth with lower thread counts, in some cases filtering nearly 50% of fine particles less than 1 micron .14,17-29 Some materials (e.g., polypropylene) may enhance filtering effectiveness by generating triboelectric charge (a form of static electricity) that enhances capture of charged particles18,30 while others (e.g., silk) may help repel moist droplets31 and reduce fabric wetting and thus maintain breathability and comfort.
Human Studies of Masking and SARS-CoV-2 Transmission
Data regarding the “real-world” effectiveness of community masking are limited to observational and epidemiological studies.
An investigation of a high-exposure event, in which 2 symptomatically ill hair stylists interacted for an average of 15 minutes with each of 139 clients during an 8-day period, found that none of the 67 clients who subsequently consented to an interview and testing developed infection. The stylists and all clients universally wore masks in the salon as required by local ordinance and company policy at the time.32
In a study of 124 Beijing households with > 1 laboratory-confirmed case of SARS-CoV-2 infection, mask use by the index patient and family contacts before the index patient developed symptoms reduced secondary transmission within the households by 79%.33
A retrospective case-control study from Thailand documented that, among more than 1,000 persons interviewed as part of contact tracing investigations, those who reported having always worn a mask during high-risk exposures experienced a greater than 70% reduced risk of acquiring infection compared with persons who did not wear masks under these circumstances.34
A study of an outbreak aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt, an environment notable for congregate living quarters and close working environments, found that use of face coverings on-board was associated with a 70% reduced risk.35
Investigations involving infected passengers aboard flights longer than 10 hours strongly suggest that masking prevented in-flight transmissions, as demonstrated by the absence of infection developing in other passengers and crew in the 14 days following exposure.36,37
Seven studies have confirmed the benefit of universal masking in community level analyses: in a unified hospital system,38 a German city,39 a U.S. state,40 a panel of 15 U.S. states and Washington, D.C.,41,42 as well as both Canada43 and the U.S.44 nationally. Each analysis demonstrated that, following directives from organizational and political leadership for universal masking, new infections fell significantly. Two of these studies42,44 and an additional analysis of data from 200 countries that included the U.S.45 also demonstrated reductions in mortality. An economic analysis using U.S. data found that, given these effects, increasing universal masking by 15% could prevent the need for lockdowns and reduce associated losses of up to $1 trillion or about 5% of gross domestic product.42
Experimental and epidemiological data support community masking to reduce the spread of SARS-CoV-2. The prevention benefit of masking is derived from the combination of source control and personal protection for the mask wearer. The relationship between source control and personal protection is likely complementary and possibly synergistic14, so that individual benefit increases with increasing community mask use. Further research is needed to expand the evidence base for the protective effect of cloth masks and in particular to identify the combinations of materials that maximize both their blocking and filtering effectiveness, as well as fit, comfort, durability, and consumer appeal. Adopting universal masking policies can help avert future lockdowns, especially if combined with other non-pharmaceutical interventions such as social distancing, hand hygiene, and adequate ventilation.
And, this from a member of the republican majority in the Missouri House:
Rep. Justin Hill @HillForMissouri
Replying to @Kip_Kendrick
Masks don’t work against COVID. 9:52 PM · Nov 14, 2020
Some of the responses:
@HillForMissouri what medical school did you graduate from?
@HillForMissouri another thing. From an ER nurse at Progress West today, where my mom in law tested + today. 6 dead on her shift last 24 hrs. 2 couples came in husbands passed. It’s going to be a bad winter. Stay in & wear a mask when out. Funeral homes cant keep up. Ur a liar
Can you walk outside in the cold & see your breath? Do you know why? Because it shows the aerosol droplets when you exhale.. this is an amazing visual of how the virus can spread.. guess what happens when you put a mask on?? It’s the craziest.. thing you don’t see your breath
I wonder how someone can be this dense, but then I see you attended Liberty “University.” The stranglehold conservatives have on Missouri will doom us all.
Look, sir. Your constituents are DYING because of this stubbornness. Masks are not a 100% miracle armor but YES there is a ton of evidence that they help prevent transmission. A LOT. It’s a cheap, painless way to HELP. Seat belts don’t work either if you don’t buckle up.
You think Rep Hill cares if people die? Come on…the man is staunchly pro-life because it’s ok to regulate a woman’s body but it’s a crime to force her to wear a mask to keep from killing actual people.
Really? Then why did MO Governor @GovParsonMO approve this new set of guidelines for MO schools which emphasize mask wearing? You could go spend a day in an ICU full of COVID patients, where you don’t wear a mask or need one, to prove your claim. Prove all of them wrong.
The ignorance Justin Hill is demonstrating with this tweet is dangerous and an embarrassment for his constituents. He is not fit for office.
You can scroll his Twitter for 2 seconds and find that out. Koolaid drinker if I’ve ever seen one.
What a jackass statement.
This is why your district has been called out by the physicians on the task force in recent weeks for increases in both case numbers and hospitalizations.
I could share scientific journals, including from the US Navy, to prove you wrong, but you wouldn’t care. Quite a dangerous game you’re playing with our lives.
Here’s a simple explanation
a mask reduces the distance a bunch of your spew goes
I make contact with less or none of your spew & I don’t end up getting your crud
Also, a mask helps limit the amount of crud I suck in
All documented by scientists which you are not one.
Based on this tweet alone, I can say you are no public servant.
The next time you go seek medical care please ask your doctor not to wear a mask and hope it’s not one of the many that still have to work while they are covid positive.
And this is exactly the reason why we’re not able to get the virus under control here.
He’s doing this for attention. Most of his tweets are “look at me, I’m so shocking”. We need leaders in this state, instead we have preformitive attention seekers.
Kinda like a life vest doesn’t keep a boat afloat or a parachute doesn’t prevent airplanes from falling out of the sky?
What doesn’t work against COVID is the GOP.
You keep going out without one. The virus will beg to differ.
Actually, masks do help. Prideful ignorance, on the other hand, does indeed not work against COVID.
Science is impenetrable to the feeble-minded
That’s a lie that will get people killed.
Good to see you grew up, but you didn’t get over chugging lead paint.
That’s a lie that can cause death and the overwhelm of our health system. Who hurt you? Seek therapy.
This is ignorant and puts your constituents at risk. Masks work, so quit politicizing the issue.
Stupidity doesn’t work against the virus.
That Liberty education failed you…may want to ask for a refund.
Masks work. The doctors and scientists say they work. Crackpots don’t believe it.
And in your case, science doesn’t work against ignorance.
The ignorance just keeps on giving … just incredible
Bless your heart little man. Good to know you are so humble about your medical and scientific credentials #MOLeg
Got that good Liberty education, i see.
This is a reckless lie, Mr. Hill. Your constituents & all Missourians deserve better.
Repeating a lie does not make it true.
The Show-me State.
Because reading is hard.
Oh you dangerous idiot.
Dedicated public servant? That’s a joke.
Wait just a sec everybody, I’m sure an intellectual like Justin Hill just wants to have a good faith debate about the research he’s conducted which led him to contradict the prevailing consensus among public health/infectious disease experts. Lol jk, he’s weapons-grade stupid
You are not a scientist or medical professional. You are barely sentient.
There are no words for folks like you. To be raised by parents who hate and to pass that hate onto your children is truly remarkable. And that basically says everything about you. Satan will welcome you with open arms.
Stop with the Trumpist tropes. We all know about that article from last winter, and that there have been numerous studies of mask and covid19 that clearly demonstrate that masks most definitely work against this virus.
Keep up or go home.
You’re not very bright. That’s the tweet.
Masks do help to slow and prevent the spread of COVID
Masks don’t work against stupid.
Not only stupid but dangerous.
No wonder Missouri’s fucked.
Are you able to present empirical data to support that statement? If not, you are being reckless and irresponsible. Missouri deserves better.
Yes they do asshole
You don’t read much do you.
Fuckin clown show. Liberty education baby!
Found the liberty grad easily.
Goddamn do they feed you lead paint chips there or what?
You are proof nothing works against stupidity.
What? Are you stupid?!!!
Your stupidity is dangerous. That’s incredible really. To be so stupid that you’re a danger to the community. Pathetic
Justin…you’re easily be dumber than a bag of hammers. I swear the next time you park your stupid jeep in front of my house im going to get it towed. You are a sycophant and complete idiot endangering lives of your constituents.
There’s another story in there, don’t you think?
Damn you are dumb
You are as dumb as a rock. Is the earth flat in your world, too
My physician wife would strongly disagree with you. You absolute fucking MORON!! Come to the covid unit of the ICU without a mask. DM me for my number and I’ll hook you up. Seriously.
What are you, 12? Oppositional defiance? Grow up. Wear a damn mask.
You are an idiot. I could have sarcasm about it, but you are just an idiot, plain and simple.
You really must be some kind of stupid! Why don’t you volunteer in a COVID unit for 24 hrs and prove it!!