Now whose hair is on fire?
Well, joking aside, I have concur. There will be lots of drama between November 3 and January 20.
I watch CNN a couple times a week. It's amazing how the announcers like to blame every Covid death on Mr. Trump.
I haven't done the math for a while, but it used to be that Canada had 50% of the per capita Covid deaths as the USA. We have indeed handled the crisis better. But there was no way for either country to have had negligible deaths. . . . .
. . . . . unless we had the foresight to shut down borders in early January when the Chinese medical researchers were telling us the nature of this disease. But our political process cannot move that fast--even if the opposition Democrats or Conservatives had power.
The anti-maskers on both sides of the border show how difficult it is for politicians to implement common sense practices to slow down the transmission of the disease. Masks are not perfect, but even if they are 20% effective, that 20% is worth the inconvenience of wearing a mask in a public space. The fact that we have so many anti-maskers shows a big underlying problem in our "social psychology." There seems to be no plan to fix it.
Many Medium readers do not want a violent revolution--probably because no one knows the exact result of the future revolution. Wouldn't it be better to start working at peaceful alternatives to western democracy rather than just hope the revolution does not happen?