As a nation, we cannot fix our government’s shameless lies about the obvious danger of Santa Claus.
On Saturday, neurosurgeon and journalist Sanjay Gupta, veteran anchor Erica Hill and one of the least embarrassing figures in the US news media – on stage – Big Bird and Elmo – dr. Anthony Fauji refutes his earlier claim that Santa is immune to Kovid-19 and instead said that he himself traveled to the North Pole to directly vaccinate the Christmas spirit.
Do we really believe it? Its tedious system for determining who is a fauci and vaccine violator of CDC guidelines on international air travel? Who he thinks he is, dr. Deborah Birks?
We may have to take his word for this. Andrew Cuomo of the New York Government has offered Santa a different kind of immunity: he is now Exemption from state quarantine requirement.
The truth of the matter is that we know precious about St. Nick, if he is his real name, save that the children are encouraged to trust him to bring them toy cars, dolls and new bicycles; He has a sophisticated surveillance system that he knows has had individual children sleeping or waking since at least 1934; And that he is prone to violence, he has killed a heretic in the Council of Ministers. He claims to satisfy the greed of selfish “good” kids around the world – but ask anyone and they’ll tell you about a bicycle they didn’t get when they were 9 years old, for example (a red huffy They were definitely qualified and who did not bring Santa).
It is time for our government to be free from the trap of lies.
In addition to his apparent privacy violations, his moral failures, and his inability to provide for the simplest of requested gifts, Santa also has many conditions he already has – obesity, ostensibly, and an advanced age of about 1,740 years. But they may not be enough to keep her at home on the night of the 24th, when her careless decision to continue her seasonal outing and the resultlessness of our careless leaders exposed us all to chimney-born and possibly contagion. Hai, despair was felt by children around the world to say nothing when they rush downstairs and immediately see that no representation under their trees is anywhere near a massive bicycle.
These flatteries and deceptions from the leaders of our government are not new.
From year to year in the newspaper we read about the children who, on a Christmas eve in 1955, made a phone call with the Continental Air Defense Command (which was later changed to the agency that became the North American Aerospace Defense Command Went) due to an incorrect item read. A local paper in Colorado Springs, and the humble Colonel Harry Shoop, who patiently responded to him in his best Santa voice and sent him to his men.
But it’s all lies!
On November 30, 1955, a single child telephoned Connad to ask for information about Santa – a wrong, not printed number – and Shoup was younger with him. He said, “At the North Pole there may be a man named Santa Claus, but that is not what I worry about coming from that direction.”
The truth of the matter is that we know precious about St. Nick, if he is his real name, save that the children are encouraged to trust him.
Still, the Cold War-era military loved good public relations, and so, two days before Christmas in 1955, CONAD announced it would provide Santa with a “safe passage” and track his flight around the world . And so what is now “NORAD Santa Tracker” – and the tradition of allowing foreigners to tear our national boundaries off for “goodwill for men” or “children’s happiness” or “move on to a new life” Is because we have guests and they’ve heard you talk about it “- was born. But it’s time for our government to be free from the trap of lies. If Santa really brought those bicycles to the kids, To whom he asked, I could understand this indulgence – though I still would not sing it, because it is bad for the government to lie to its constituents. But he does not.
And this year, the risks are worse than ever.
It’s not that we don’t have the ability to put Santa’s now-possibly-diseased sleep on the roofs of Americans: one of the sponsors of the Narada app creates a guidance system for missiles. (Actually, wait: two of them do.) Companies’ programs around the world like Santa’s every year this year will also follow a wrong warhead, but whether they will follow the possible trail of their massacre around the world Will I do anything? The push of a button can send a small sleeper in the depths of the Arctic Ocean, eight small reindeer and its little old driver, no matter how lively and quick. It is not that he is bicycle-laden for all the children who ask for him.
We have technology. We just lack willpower.
If Santa really brought the children for the bicycles they asked for, I could understand this indulgence. But he does not.
In return for some kind of Christmas miracle, after overcoming this monotonous bipartisan desire to deceive innocent bicycle-loving children, I propose that we look at Santa’s natural enemies, and the liberal rebels in the war on Christmas Consider provoking. One such ally is Yule Goat – a festive, horny fellow who is so completely dedicated to getting out of the infamous justice that he has attracted to mock and intimidate Hollyyard’s depressed liberals.
While it is technically true that Yule Goat (known as “Krampus”) has been accused of taking mischievous children to Hell to work with his boss, the Devil, we might have his passion (And be able to redirect her with respect) Her whip of breech sticks) On her nemesis – that baby-dandling, peppermint-scented, cherry-nosed mellifector known as Chris Kringle.
Eventually, Narada encounters sharp threats from year to year on Father Christmas, which leaves us impotent to watch as he drives his bicycle-free sleep into the homes of little boys around the world, who next The dawn would be filled with disappointment, although they were sent a letter to Santa specifically asking for a red Huffy 10 speed.
No more, I say. Krampus does to Santa what Narada will not do. Because he has coronovirus, maybe, you understand, not because of any complaints I personally had against him when I was 9 years old.
Coronavirus. This is the only reason.