WaPo: Republicans Want to Reopen Because Jesus Says So
Restaurants don't know when they can open up at full capacity again. Salons and gyms have a mountain of new regulations. People don't know how they're going to support their families because they don't know when they can go back to work. If you think the people demanding the country reopen are doing so because they're concerned for those people — their friends, neighbors, and family — who are suffering, this butthead from the Washington Post thinks you're wrong. Republicans are quick to reopen because Jesus says they should care more about the afterlife than what's going on now.
Belief in an afterlife is a malignant delusion, since it devalues actual lives and discourages action that would ma… https://t.co/AAzTl98jZR— Steven Pinker (@Steven Pinker)1590068265.0
Now, I am the least religious person here at LwC. So I'm not equipped to get into a theological argument. Nor, if I'm being honest, do I have the interest. I do however enjoy calling out douchebag leftists, and this is a common tactic they use. If you disagree with them and everyone they know in their smug little echo chambers, you're the one who is an idiot. Which in this case, means you believe in something other than their flying spaghetti scientist in the sky. Which I guess is slightly more thoughtful than screaming "THEY JUST WANT A HAIRCUT."
Unlike people in the media who haven't lost their jobs, the people who think it's time for the country to reopen think that because they care about the suffering IN THIS LIFE (see COVID SHUTDOWN COULD LEAD TO MASSIVE 'DEATHS OF DESPAIR' and HOW THE COVID 'EXPERTS' GOT EVERYTHING WRONG!). People like Smuggy McDickface from the Washington Post might not realize that. But not everyone has been able to work from home this whole time, relying on the commoners to deliver them food so they didn't need to go outside.
People in THIS LIFE are suffering from the shutdown. Pull your head out of your ass once in a while.
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