Biscuit (Noun) : A person who is willfully ignorant and almost certainly incompetent

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Biscuit of the Week

We could talk about the amount of incompetence that surrounds us for hours upon end, however, in the end …

The well deserved biscuit this week heads up a failed government organization that despite being full of PhD’s, MD’s and supposedly a whole bunch of smart people can’t seem to do anything right. Meet Rochelle Wallensky, director of the CDC. Which can be the Centers for Disease Control or the Center for the Dazed and Confused depending on what day of the week it is.

First of course the CDC came out and said that fully vaccinated people could resume normal activities without a mask.

Then that changed to well, if you’re inside, you should probably still wear a mask if you’re fully vaccinated.

Then it was not just one mask, but two might be even better.

Then it was back to kids need to wear mask in schools, which is completely against “the science.”

Then there’s the fact that children are at very little risk of Covid-19. The most recent data I can find says that less than .03% of children contracting Covd-19 have passed away from it. Almost all of those had a co-morbidity that combined with the Covid was too much to overcome.

Rochelle Wollensky, however, tried to come out and defend their advice that kids wear mask by telling congress that Covid-19 kills more children than the flu.

Yep, that was lie. I was able to easily look up data on child Covid versus flu deaths and determine it was a lie. You know where I found the data? You guessed it – the CDC website.

This blog was launched over the fact that on a daily basis I found myself saying “I’m surrounded by incompetence.” Ain’t that the truth.

2 thoughts on “Biscuit of the Week”

  1. Thomas “Pops” Petty

    Amen. The CDC is about as worthless as any government organization can be. They’d debate exactly which direction they should go on a one way street.

  2. “Everyone should know . . . well on the other hand . . . . . . . of course an exception could be made . . . . . . then again . . . . . . ah, what the hell, I work for Biden”!! The only thing missing is a sentence that has the word “but” substituted for the period at the end!

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