Abbott says ‘Truck Fump’- As Texas Goes 100% Mandatory Face Masks


Texas governor orders all Texans to wear masks

VT: Abbott didn’t get the message about “stamping out the embers” or how it was “going to go away on its own,” Trump’s new and old solution, denialism.

Yes, go ahead, truck Fump, right in his tailgate.

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  1. That governor was terrified to do that presser. But at least he did it. That is the only good thing that can be said. The guy is not qualified to be a governor of any state.

  2. …the only thing masks are gonna do is maybe help some people lose weight by keeping them from constantly shoveling food into their mouths….psyops…it is all psyops…if wearing a mask could protect me from the reality of the economic disaster that is coming down the pike, i might wear one…show us this virus, and i don’t mean a computer generated image…tell people just how big a virus is….speaking of food, was I?…oh yeah, last time I checked 40 million americans are on food stamps…maybe those food stamps are feeding like three people each…that is like 120 million people everyday, almost the population of Russia everyday…40 million americans out of work as the government borrows more and more, backed by the good faith of the american people, to be paid off by their labor and taxes….yeah right, better raise the minimum wage to 100 bucks an hour….hey i got an idea…just wear a mask and everything will be just fine….

    • Those of us with fixed incomes and managed funds are doing fine…as long as we don’t ask how others are doing.
      Or are ‘conservatives’
      Which means we don’t care.

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