Welcome to Conservative Comedy Friday, where coronavirus hysteria is still a thing in 2021 after nearly one year of “15 days to flatten the curve” mandates and lockdowns. We begin with a few one-liners to celebrate this milestone:
- Why did the chicken cross the road? Because he was social distancing from his friends.
- After a year of being cooped up, a husband surprised his wife with a promise to take her on a vacation. So, he purchased a world map, gave her a dart, and said, “Throw this and wherever it lands—that’s where I’m taking you when this pandemic ends.” Turns out, they will be spending two weeks behind the fridge.
- I never thought the phrase “I wouldn’t touch them with a six-foot pole” would become a national policy, but here we are.
- I recently saw a neighbor talking to her cat and it was obvious she thought her cat understood her. When I told my dog about it, we had a good laugh about it.
- The health experts have been lying to us. They’ve been saying that a mask and gloves are all we need to the grocery store. But when I got there, everyone else had clothes on too!
- It’s 2021 and I’ve finally figured out why they call it the novel coronavirus; it’s a long, long, story….
Dictators disguised as governors, mayors, and other government “trustees” of the public have been exploiting coronavirus hysteria to destroy liberty in order to pave the way for a more socialistic, tyrannical government via arbitrary and unconstitutional edicts.
Dictators are known for excluding themselves from the rules they set for the “little people,” and these coronavirus tyrants in 2021 are no exception. For example, California Governor Gavin Newsom — who faces a recall for his dictatorial handling of coronavirus — was caught violating the mask mandates and restaurant restrictions he issued for the peasants.
In this It Wasn’t Me (Shaggy Parody) video, Reason TV’s Remy perfectly shows us how the only social distancing dictators practice is from their own executive orders.
It’s 2021, but last summer I wrote an article about coronavirus Christians who were demanding unconditional acceptance of government’s arbitrary shutdowns and mask mandates in a vain attempt to ease their guilt for bowing to government tyranny and oppression, and the guilt they try to inflict on others who refuse to bow with them.
In this video by WhatsHerFace, we get a picture as to the motivations of many of these people. Check out this “funny because it’s true” video simply entitled, Why I Wear My Mask:
“I love my mask. It’s a simple and effective way to display my righteousness. …I decided a long time ago that shallow insignificant gestures are a much easier way to showcase my morality than actually being moral. Because in order to be a really good person, I need to stand up to a really bad person, and I don’t like standing up to or for anything. It’s much easier to trick my mind into thinking compliance is a virtue instead of what it really is, cowardice.”
Coronavirus hysteria is one of the reasons 2020 has been called “the year from hell,” and it’s hard to argue that it was pretty bad. But how bad was it really? Kristina Kuzmic attempts to answer that question with this funny video comparing 2020 to bad boyfriend:
David Leach is the owner of the Strident Conservative. He holds people of every political stripe accountable for their failure to uphold conservative values, and he promotes those values instead of political parties.