Did God ever have a plan? I think not. This is why men of God insist their flock come back every Sunday in order to get THE BIG PLAN. One thing His Humble Children are going to hear, from the pulpit, is..
“THE FREE PRESS IS FULL OF SHIT! DON’T BELIEVE A WORD THEY SAY!”
It is becoming clear the same men of of God are saying…
“TRUMP DIDN’T LOSE. DON’T GET VACCINATED!”
Last night I saw the Mayor of Missoula Montana, deliver a two-faced plea on CNN for citizens of his city to get vaccinated. I was reminded of a scene out of The Trial. Rena Easton moved to Misssouli after living on the Isle of Man with her Admiral. What kind of guests did she hostess? Apprently she is finding GOD and HIS PLAN and tells me I am “left-leaning” which is to say I have no REAL BIG PLAN.
So, here we are in THE REALLY BIG HIGH NOON SHOOT-OUT, where white folks are holding a SHOT-OUT. White Supremist for Jesus are crossing into Washington to get into hospitals because they got the secular virus – and may not want members of their church to know? Why? It is PROOF they own a SMALL FAITH. This is to suggest God has INSTALLED A GRAND TEST AND TRIAL. Only a handful of folks died in the Salem Witch Hunts. Christian nurses in Montana are refusing the get a shot. They believe BIG BROTHER GOD IS WATCHING THEM, and if they get vaccinated, they may be taken out of line for THE BIG RAPTURE!
Big Bill Virus
HELENA, Mont. — Health officials in both Missoula and Bozeman are begging Montana residents to wear masks indoors and get vaccinated as hospitals face increasing strain and the state remains without any statewide health mandates.
Officials in Bozeman and Missoula lamented their inability to implement public health restrictions to limit the spread of the virus after the state Legislature passed several laws earlier this year curtailing the power of local health officers to implement rules such as mask requirements and limiting gathering sizes.
“Now is the time when we would have mandates in place,” said D’Shane Barnett, Missoula County health officer. “Unfortunately, we have anti-health state legislators who went out of their way to make that not possible.”
Lori Christensen, public health officer for Gallatin County, said the legislative changes have “complicated the scene” in terms of immediate action she can take. She said she trying to navigate “the complexity of the law,” but a mask mandate is not on the horizon.
Laws passed earlier this year include one allowing county commissioners to override rules by local health officials, essentially taking away their power to take quick action addressing the pandemic. Another law states that if jurisdictions add public health rules stronger than state public health measures, they could lose 20% of some grants. There are no current statewide COVID-19 measures in place.
“We should be at the tail end of this pandemic, but we’re not. Our hospitals, more than a year-and-a-half into the pandemic, are in the most dire situation they’ve been in to date,” Engen said. “I’m begging you, if you are eligible for a vaccine, get it. We’re open seven days a week at the old Lucky’s Market in Southgate Mall, no appointment is necessary, you pay nothing and you’ll be in and out in no time. And you’ll be saving lives.”
Engen said Joyce Dombrouski, chief executive of Providence St. Patrick Hospital, told him St. Patrick and rural Montana hospitals are all experiencing COVID surges, staffing shortages and patient capacity issues.
“We’ve lost so much to this devastating pandemic that continues to claim lives around the world, and impacts so much on our existence,” Biden said. “We’re mourning more than 4.5 million people, people of every nation, from every background. Each death is individual heartbreak.”
“But our shared grief is a poignant reminder that our collective future will hinge on our ability to recognize our common humanity, and to act together,” he added.
His speech Tuesday morning kicked off a week of global engagements amid tensions with key allies. The White House said Biden hoped to turn the page from conflict to global cooperation and competition.