COVID has killed Democrats' chances of victory in 2022, and they can't flee the narrative fast enough
It is being reported
that an internal memo circulating among Democrats is urging them to declare victory over the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) and immediately end all associated restrictions and mandates before the 2020 midterm elections arrive.
It may already be too late, though, as the Democrats have all but destroyed their chances at any kind of victory this fall. Even so, they are still desperately scrambling to scrap the narrative that they have been pushing for the past two years
as if voters will somehow forget everything they did.
The reason why Democrat states have suddenly been dropping all their restrictions in tandem, the Democrat consulting firm Impact Research said, is because the Democrat Party knows that leaving them in place any longer will result in massive voter backlash.
Dated February 24, the memo advises Democrat politicians to "take credit for ending the COVID crisis phase of the COVID war, point to important victories like vaccine distribution and providing economic stability to Americans, and fully enter the rebuilding phase that comes after any war."
"Twice as many voters are now more concerned about COVID's effect on the economy (49 percent) than about someone in their family or someone they know becoming infected with the coronavirus (24 percent)," the memo further stated.
"Two-thirds of parents and 80 percent of teachers say the pandemic caused learning loss, and voters are overwhelmingly more worried about learning loss than kids getting COVID. Six in 10 Americans describe themselves as 'worn out' by the pandemic. The more we talk about the threat of COVID and onerously restrict people's lives because of it, the more we turn them against us and show them we're out of touch with their daily realities."
COVID will never go away completely so Democrats need to just give it up already, says Impact Research
The memo goes on to suggest that Democrats stop aiming for a "COVID zero" target, which is completely unrealistic. Instead, it advises a much laxer approach of basically ending the plandemic
now regardless of what the numbers show.
"[Americans] think the virus is here to stay, and 83 percent say the pandemic will be over when it's a mild illness like the flu rather than COVID being completely gone, and 55 percent prefer that COVID should be treated as an endemic disease," the memo said.
"And that's what most Americans are dealing with – a disease with fatality rates like the flu – because most of us took the personal responsibility to protect ourselves and our families by getting vaccinated."
Impact Research insists that Democrats acknowledge the fact that the Fauci Flu is "no longer what it was even a year ago and therefore should not be treated as such" – meaning no more mask mandates, jab mandates or lockdowns.
"If we focus on how bad things still are and how much worse they could get, we set Democrats up as failures unable to navigate us through this," the memo concluded.
"When 99 percent of Americans can get vaccinated, we cause more harm than we prevent with voters by going into our third year talking about restrictions. And, if Democrats continue to hold a posture that prioritizes COVID precautions over learning how to live in a world where COVID exists, but does not dominate, they risk paying dearly for it in November."
As of this writing, there are only three states left, along with several U.S. territories, that still have a statewide mask mandate in place. These include Hawaii, Oregon and Washington, along with Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The Associated Press
(AP) also admitted about a year ago – though many people missed it or forgot – that "California and Florida have experienced almost identical outcomes in COVID-19 case rates," despite the former imposing some of the most severe restrictions in the country.
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