Hottie for House Candidate Beth Van Duyne Abandons Lifelong Mask Crusade
Bodacious babe Beth Van Duyne, the Republican candidate for CD24 in Texas, put out the call to her Facebook fans for input on which garment she should use to cover her lovely face.
What makes this so surreal is that Beth made a name for herself in politics by opposing the aggressive political agenda of the Muslims in Irving while serving as mayor.
The flip-flop on this issue is very unfortunate, and not simply because the Muslims have won, as Beth herself will probably be wearing a burka soon under the direction of the honest and trustworthy, Dr. Anthony Fauci, but the symbolism behind this is very sick.
In the first photo we have the great American Flag flanking the famous Gadsen flag.
Considered one of the first flags of the United States, the flag was later replaced by the current Stars and Stripes (or Old Glory) flag. Since the Revolution, the flag has seen resurgences as a symbol of American patriotism, disagreement with government, or support for civil liberties.
Levels of irony that shouldn’t even be possible are being reached by wearing a cloth face muzzle, a sign of total submission (just as it is in Islam) and tricking it up by putting a historic symbol of defiance on it.
Beth valiantly fought back against Clock Boy and his hoax bomb, but will we still get that same fight if she’s elected to Congress? It’s not looking good.
The other mask modeled by Beth was, of all things, our beloved Constitution of these United States. This is highly inappropriate. While our first amendment rights (along with other rights) been taken away without a single vote, to don the constitution at this time in this manner is really out of touch.
Everyone knows the masks will not make covid19 vanish from the face of the earth, therefore, since “flattening the curve” was not a thing, it can be presumed that we are going to be wearing the masks indefinitely. No vaccine for this type of virus has ever been developed. At best, we can expect a mystery cocktail of chemicals similar to a “flu shot” that doesn’t provide and of the benefits offered by traditional vaccines.
You’ll notice that most of the claims made by those pushing the flu shot are impossible to prove and are based on, essentially, the witch doctor science of “well it doesn’t always work and it’s hard to tell how good it’s working.”
Mommy Beth, if you’re out there, please don’t wear the mask and please don’t take the corona shot.
And if you absolutely must wear a mask, please wear one that you can actually be proud of.