I never ever want to hear politicians saying we’re doing something for the children. They obviously don’t give a damn about the children. Through a massive government overreach we are causing a pandemic of teen depression, suicides and overdoses due to these insane lockdowns meant to protect people over 70.
The New York Times reports, “Firmly linking teen suicides to school closings is difficult but rising mental health emergencies and suicide rates point to the toll the pandemic lockdown is taking.”
Is it really difficult? Is it?
Alex Berenson reports that “overdose death figures are coming in for 2020. They are horrific. Maricopa County (Phoenix), had at least 700 more deaths in 2020 than 2019, with 550 more to be investigated. That’s ONE (large) county. Cook County (Chicago) also expects deaths to rise at least 750…”
I’m having trouble detailing statistics throughout our country for suicides throughout the US. I see local stories but there’s not a large scale covering of this story by national media organizations. There are far more stories about “white supremacy” than lockdown deaths.
I guess those young people killing themselves after being locked down for months, doesn’t quite fit the narrative so they must be ignored.
Lockdowns kill. It’s obvious. But the media, which is clearly on Team Lockdown, is virtually ignoring this. They make me sick.
January 26, 2021 at 11:47 pm
jojothemonkeyboy epitomizes the "modern, novus ordo" catholic (lower case on purpose) in his irreverence and ignorance of Cathoilc teaching.
Being a convert and then learning about the promulgation of the 'novus ordo' and the perfidious destructive actions of vatican II (again, lower case on purpose) I am appalled at how The Church has been betrayed and its sole raison d'etre, the salvation of souls, has been purposely undermined. The "novus ordo" makes me sick even as it poisons The Church.
I am happy to get up at five in the morning and drive an hour, one way, to attend a Latin Mass in preference to a ten minute drive to the abomination the church (lower case on purpose) now offers.