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May 03 2021

Over 2 Million Demand Monthly $2,000 Checks for Everyone

What would happen if parasites became so numerous that under the rules of Democracy, those willing to work for a living became their slaves? Something like this:

An online petition calling for Congress to deliver monthly stimulus checks of $2,000 until the end of the pandemic has now surpassed 2 million signatures, with the goal of hitting 3 million.

If the pandemic isn’t over by now, when will it be over? Essentially, never. It will segue seamlessly into the next crisis.

The petition, created by Stephanie Bonin, a restaurant owner in Denver, is addressed to the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate. It asks the two legislative bodies of Congress to pass a bill that allocates monthly recurring “$2,000 payments for adults and $1,000 payment for kids” for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic.

It’s ironic that a restaurant owner would promote this lunacy. Restaurants have been prevented from opening even after lockdowns were lifted because too few people are willing to work when the government will pay them more not to work.

The petition has been updated regularly since it was started about a year ago when former President Donald Trump was in office.

It is easier to start handing out free money than it is to stop. That’s why Biden’s handlers are passing it out by the $trillions. Once people think they are “entitled” to the wealth others create, they will demand ever more of it.

Our rulers are irresponsible and/or wicked enough to comply with these demands. Massive amounts of free money combined with ever fewer people creating goods and services inevitably produce hyperinflation. Before long, $2,000 a month won’t constitute beer money. The mob will demand $4,000. The savings you worked hard to acquire throughout your life will dwindle off to nothing without having been spent — at least, not by you.

On a tip from Dragon’s Lair.


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