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The Branch Covidians

The Branch Covidian cult only differs from typical cults in one way: its leaders are remarkably uncharismatic.

By     March 21, 2021

It’s the largest cult that’s ever existed.

One year ago, the entire non-thinking population of the planet—the people who walk through life without questioning much, viewing reality through a warped prism distorted by unimpressive cable news anchors of average intellect—banded together to do what they do best: take orders.

They’re called the Branch Covidians, and as with all other cultists, it doesn’t matter how many false prophecies are spewed by their leaders. In their own minds, they still manage to justify following the directions of the people in charge.

As with any other cult, it’s not that its members can’t see the writing on the wall. They recognize the outright lies of their leaders as those lies are exposed in real time, but they’ve so invested themselves in the cause that they can’t bear to part ways with the lifestyle.
Last week, the Branch Covidians learned that the whole “six feet for social distancing” thing was fabricated out of thin air. You know, that guideline that every single business, school, place of worship, or other indoor structure in the entire country that managed to remain open during the pandemic annoyingly forced its occupants to uphold? Indeed, “six feet for social distancing” was one of the four pillars of the Branch Covidians, alongside lockdowns, mask mandates, and scrubbing your hands until your skin falls off.

Will the fact that there was zero scientific evidence for the implementation of that ubiquitous rule fuel some skepticism in the minds of the Branch Covidians? No. Will they abide by the new and equally-unscientific guidelines of “three feet for social distancing”? Undoubtedly. After all, Dr. StrangeFlu Fauci and his top generals, the spurious and questionably-credentialed medical “experts” of the blue checkmark brigade on Twitter, swear that this time they have The Science™ right.

Remember that phrase “we’re all in this together”? It’s often employed over the loudspeaker at my local supermarket, playing on a loop every 10 minutes or so. The pre-recorded message is voiced by a robot who, at the risk of assuming gender, is on the female side. She reminds customers of the aforementioned pillars of the Branch Covidians, like something out of dystopian film.

“We’re all in this together,” she says at the end of the message, after reminding us to stand six feet apart while we purchase our eggs.

As it turns out, we’re not “all in this together.”

The Branch Covidians, like most cults, allow their high-profile members to have special privileges, which is why John Kerry doesn’t have to wear his mask on an airplane like the rest of the cult. Ordinary Branch Covidians won’t question this obvious double standard. They will do what they do best. Comply.

As with other cults, Dr. StrangeFlu and the blue checkmark brigade have secret motives for the rituals that the Branch Covidians are compelled to practice. It was never about public health. It was certainly never about science. In fact, The Science™ always more closely resembled guesswork than honest testing of hypotheses.

The real motives are power and validation.

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Note from editor: Wearing a mask is not a problem if it is voluntary. There are many instances where wearing one is prudent. In many areas of our country, however, it has been mandatory for everyone for approx. a year. There is no “science” for any of the restrictive measures that have been forced on us.

“Do as I say, not as I do.”

“All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.”

The Branch Covidians

It appears that mandatory masks, social distancing, no large groups, and no inside dining are being violated here by the person who demands that others abide by those edicts.




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