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Chronicles of Madness – Episode 38

In our 38th episode of Madness Chronicles, we will see the madness we see in the funhouse mirror bouncing around our once great nation. Remember, insanity is a state of mental illness, gross and extremely foolish behavior, and a frenzied or chaotic form of activity. Let’s take a look at the random madhouse that is America 2020.

Our desperately indebted government is funding a new effort in Costa Rica to hire more policewomen. Police departments around the world are receiving funds to appease leftists. At the same time, we want to help “gender equality” in the Latin American police forces.

Moving to our nation’s capital, Washington DC, we encountered some strange occurrences. The District of Columbia’s legal director started a taxpayer-funded public safety program called Cure the Streets. DC’s top cop believes that violence is a disease that can be cured. This week it was announced that one of the ‘reformed and rehabilitated’ affiliates in this program was arrested for murder. Attorney General Karl Racine had no comment.

The Seattle City Council is considering a novel idea to reduce crime now that they have reduced their police budget. They are considering legalizing the ‘defense of poverty’ for street crimes, robberies and burglaries. Councilwoman Lisa Herbold and Anita Khandelwal, director of the King County Department of Public Defense, presented the idea of ​​changing the penal code. “Even a simple assault could be exempt from prosecution,” Khandelwal said. Does your brain still hurt?

Nasdaq, one of the legal gambling companies on Wall Street, made a strange lawsuit last week. He asked the Securities and Exchange Commission for permission to require companies listed on the United States stock exchange to increase the diversity of the board. They require at least one woman and one person who identifies herself as underrepresented or LGBTQ and publishes board diversity reports. I’m sure investors will jump into this new strategy of selecting their investment based on the board of directors of the company that most closely resembles Village People.

In Lansing, Michigan Governor Heil Whitmer ordered state police to block Republican voters from entering the capital today. Today, of course, was when the Electoral College met to cast its state votes for President. Heil Whitmer wanted no votes cast for President Trump. Isn’t it special to have elected officials with the best interest of the public at heart? Wow, I shouldn’t say heart in the same paragraph with Heil Whitmer; she doesn’t have one.

I thought it was terrible when I read that a Santa Claus made a boy cry when he asked for a Nerf gun for Christmas. Santa lectured the boy and made him cry. But the British far surpassed our Grinch.

For the ‘holidays’ in the UK, the National Health Service produced a video for children showing a fully clothed Santa being taken to the emergency room suffering from COVID and immediately placed in an oxygen mask. That will cheer up those poor British children who have been locked up for nine months. In the end, in honor of his medical staff, they return Santa to full health. Of course, no one sees the end because the kids ran out of the room, screaming that Santa is dead. Don’t you wish this was made up? Who thinks such a thing?

Perhaps the height of the madness came when my wife and I were at the local Safeway. It is a challenge to go there for your phantom sales. They advertise great deals and then you go there and of course they don’t have what they advertise. In the days before COVID, you would get a rain check and you would come back burning your savings on gas, but at least you’d get the item on sale.

Not now. No, COVID has changed that. We went for Pepsi on sale; my wife is a Pepsiholic addict. Of course, they went out as usual. We stopped at the service desk to get our rain check and were outraged, “No rain checks due to COVID.” Seriously? That was the only explanation they would give. What a strange virus it is.

May we wake up from this madness before it is too late. I wish you good health, and until next time, have fun, enjoy life, and watch out for the madness between us. It’s 2020 and it’s getting out of hand.

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