Oops, Sorry! Paul Joseph Watson Isn’t Buying the Pandemic Amnesty Nonsense

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A reporter for The Atlantic magazine published an incredibly op-ed this week, calling for a “pandemic amnesty.” The author claims that we all made mistakes during the early days of the COVID pandemic, so we should all just forgive and forget. Let’s give each other amnesty!

But here’s the thing. The author doesn’t do any soul-searching to admit that her (liberal and tyrannical) side did anything wrong. Our side was out here warning people not to shut down the economy. We urged our friends and family members to not take the experimental vaccine because there were no long-term trials on it. And we were vilified for trying to help.

We weren’t “in the dark” about any of this stuff. We knew from basic observation that there was something fishy about this whole virus thing. China release all those videos of healthy people in their 20s collapsing in the street. Remember that? But that wasn’t happening over here. In fact, young adults and kids didn’t seem to be affected by COVID much at all. We were the ones who said, “Hey, this doesn’t add up! Maybe this disease isn’t the deadly plague that they’re telling us it is.”

 

The always hilarious and very Scottish Paul Joseph Watson reacts to the call for a pandemic amnesty in this video. It’s well worth your time and will be the funniest 10 minutes of your week. Check it out!


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