The college football crowds over the weekend have been insanely huge.


They were so big, that when I saw them I actually thought they were some European soccer, game, or something.

But it’s been like 600-some-days since the last college game, and everyone is ready for life to get back to normal…and I think that’s the message that these crowds are sending to Dr. Fauci and Joe Biden.


It appears that people are done sacrificing and supposedly “doing their part” for a virus that has turned so political and doesn’t seem to ever end.

That’s the message that it seems Americans are sending to Fauci and the Biden admin, even as they trot out variant after variant.

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I think when you see these crowd sizes, you’ll agree.

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COVID is likely something we’ll always have to live with – so we need to stop trying to reach some “COVID zero” status and get treatments to help people get through it.

But altering everyone’s life and taking away freedom, livelihoods, and fun for a virus with a 99.8 survival rate is insane.


Clearly, we must learn to live with this virus and protect the vulnerable.

In my opinion, we can’t continue to punish the healthy, and hold them back, we can do a helluva lot better than we’ve been doing…we need to, or we won’t have a country left when this is all said and done.

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