The left’s hysteria and hypocrisy on full display
There they go again. The leftwing, its media and social media activists, are melting down over this week’s annual Sturgis bike rally. Wuhan coronavirus, they alarm—completely aware that they have been excusing BLM and antifa riots, looting, vandalism, arson, murder, and mayhem for months now—is suddenly a huge threat to public health.
Rallies for me, but not for thee.
In its 80th year, the Sturgis bike rally is a tradition, a bit of Americana that still survives the leftist onslaught against out nation’s culture and heritage. Sure, some in attendance may be affiliated with outlaw biker organizations, but many are just bike enthusiasts and hangers on (and wannabes).
Sturgis is one of the times each year when bike enthusiasts gather, and it’s just too much for the radical left intent on stomping out any and all behavior they do not condone and cannot control.
The left’s hysteria and hypocrisy are rampant. How dare they rally when coronavirus is a pandemic and who cares about the months-long rallying of BLM and antifa? Hardly the same thing at all since Sturgis will spike Wuhan coronavirus cases, while the “mostly peaceful” rioting, vandalism, arson, murder, and mayhem were exempted from coronavirus infection. Or something.
Thousands of bikers poured into the small South Dakota city of Sturgis as the 80th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally rumbled to life despite fears it could lead to a coronavirus outbreak. https://t.co/f91rUleSOY
— ABC News (@ABC) August 8, 2020
Wait, aren’t they wearing masks? (via Twitchy):
— Eyewitness News (@ABC7NY) August 8, 2020
Thousands of bikers poured into the small South Dakota city of Sturgis on Friday as the 80th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally rumbled to life despite fears it could lead to a massive coronavirus outbreak. https://t.co/KIEwNN9Bk7
— Stars and Stripes (@starsandstripes) August 8, 2020
Imagine these tweets in response to the wide-spread BLM protests:
SOON ON CRAIGSLIST:
Brand new Harley. Barely used. Mint condition. Need to SELL immediately to pay for ventilator and my ICU bed. However, you must pick up my bike in Sturgis, South Dakota! The ambulance wouldn't tow it! ????
— michaeljwhelan (@mikejwhelan) August 8, 2020
Sturgis rally slogan:
Come for the bikes.
Stay for the Covid spikes.
— Bleeding Heart Liberal Marine (@BleedingMarine) August 8, 2020
The biggest problem with Sturgis is not that 250k “Don’t tread on me” type people are getting together, it is that they are then going to drive across the country and return to thousands of communities. So that’s your terrifying thought for the day.
— Brock Wilbur (@brockwilbur) August 8, 2020
When all these ignorant self-absorbed bikers in Sturgis go home and infect everyone in their towns, we will ALL pay the price by having to wear masks and stay home until the virus is contained again. You don’t have the right to bring risk to others. #Sturgis2020
— Cheensters (@cheensters) August 8, 2020
The most priceless of all tweets, possibly evah:
I think Antifa should go to Sturgis and show them they mean business.
— Carmine Sabia (@CarmineSabia) August 8, 2020
That’s a bad idea. Really bad. Antifa v. bikers at Sturgis? My money’s on the bikers. Every dime.
Then there are those in favor of Sturgis:
Yeah they're all fucked because they're not gathering "in the name of justice"… We all know that's the cure-all
— Ben President Elect Sooc (@BenSOOC) August 8, 2020
Someone is near to getting a clue about how this pandemic panic-porn works:
How in the fuck is it that live shows and other large events can’t happen to contain the pandemic but the Sturgis Bike Rally with a possibility of over 200,000 people gathered from all over the US is allowed to go on!? #WTF pic.twitter.com/1a2o4h50RC
— Shawn James (@ShawnJamesMusic) August 8, 2020
The answer appears beyond his grasp because he’s not asking why BLM protests and riots are permitted. It’s pretty simple: lockdown every American patriot and let free only those anti-American rioters who seek our country’s destruction.
That’s the only way to explain the in-our-face double-standard. Sturgis isn’t a Trump rally or a rally for any political candidate or cause; it’s just a biker thing, they do it every year, and the only reason it’s a problem now is that they are deemed to engage in “wrong think.”
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