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Chip Roy tells Viraphobes “Wuh-Eva, I Do What I Want!
There are only two things certain in this world; death and meme magic.
Today, meme magic has manifested in the flesh and it’s glorious and beautiful.
Republican Congressman Chip Roy [TX CD 21] declared that because he was an American, he would be celebrating Thanksgiving.
— Chip Roy (@chiproytx) November 13, 2020
Viraphobes predictably went crazy that someone of influence wouldn’t be totally hysterical about a cold virus and sacrifice their entire lives to the Virus Avoidance Cult. One user was particularly concerned with Chip’s COVED denialism.
So the politicians have declared there are no medical concerns related to COVED. That’s comforting. So I’ve got this spot on my arm that keeps coming back and I was wondering, @chiproytx if I should have it removed or if it’s just fine?
— Otto Gallaher (@GallaherOtto) November 13, 2020
What did old Chip-Chip do? He did the proper thing. He doubled down.
A apologize to the folks who have raised concerns that I said “I will do whatever I want to do on Thanksgiving. Period.” I should have been more clear, so here it goes: “I will do whatever I want to do on Thanksgiving… or any other day… Period.” #StandUpForAmerica https://t.co/Zy9TxOxEre
— Chip Roy (@chiproytx) November 15, 2020
Good for him. He has fulfilled the legendary meme from 2002 of the kid who did whatever he wanted, including run for Congress and winning.
You know why I wrote for Current Revolt? Because I do what I want. It’s my body and I’ll do what I want with it.
The same goes for Virus Madness. It’s my body and I’m told by leftists that doing whatever you want with your body is somewhere in the constitution.. somewhere.
But not everyone is happy that a man can do whatever he wants with his body.
What a bizarrely anti-American statement. Can you imagine our parents and grandparents blustering with this selfish petulance in the middle of the pandemics and other threats they faced America. Americans sacrificing for the common good used to be a shared value! No more.
— Gwen P (@phenomenalGP) November 15, 2020
Twitter woman brings up an important point about our ancestors. Can you imagine our ancestors at the First Thanksgiving looking at us today?
The First Thanksgiving in October of 1621 was a celebration of the first harvest for the Pilgrims in the New World. When the 102 passengers arrived in Plymouth in November 1620 aboard the Mayflower, they found a new world with a frozen ground, making planting crops impossible. They were also ill-equipped for traveling long distances on land due to to heavy snow for which they had not prepared. 45 of the passengers died during the first winter. In the world of mathematics we refer to this as “about 44%.”
When we look at COVED deaths in 2020 America, which we are told is a great crisis for which we must cancel our celebrations, we see a US death rate of about 0.07%.
The proper way a true American should celebrate Thanksgiving, especially if this were really a pandemic, would be to carry-on as normal and be thankful to God that you are alive, and honor your family and God with Thanksgiving.
If you happened to survive the great COVED pandemic of 2020 all the way to November, is this not worth celebrating just like the historic achievement of the pilgrims?