The Pandemic Made Me Do It! By Ann Coulter

Originally the pandemic was credited for lowering crime rates . . . and then something happened. From Ann Coulter at Pandemic Made Me Do It!

Source: AP Photo/Noah Berger

With the mind-boggling rise in violent crime since the Democrats turned all policing policies over to BLM, the media have become obsessed with convincing us that it’s all the fault of the pandemic. (At least they’re not blaming it on Putin this time.)In its coverage of the subway shooting by a rage-filled black nationalist last week, The New York Times inserted its pandemic theory of crime into nearly every update (emphasis added):

— “Shootings in New York City rose during 2022’s first quarter compared with the same period last year … the continuation of a drumbeat of violence that emerged early in the PANDEMIC, and has not ebbed with the virus.”

— “This year’s first three months have also seen rises in crimes like burglaries, robberies and grand larcenies compared to the same periods in 2020 and 2021, though experts warn against short-term comparisons, particularly during the statistic-skewing PANDEMIC.”

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2 responses to “The Pandemic Made Me Do It! By Ann Coulter

  1. Derren Brown, Brit magician has done many exposes on suggestion and how to manipulate peoples thinking to a planned result, through many tricks including, drip, drip, drip information from multiple sources. Like dropping unchallenged ideas, as if received truths, without context into every, and often irrelevant settings. So an article in a gardening magazine will irrelevantly drop a mention of Brexit/climate change/migration, etc. Also turns up in childrens educational magazines.(We are preached at from every pulpit). without realising it we come to accept such ideas as received truths.


  2. Pingback: The Pandemic Made Me Do It! By Ann Coulter — STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC – Independent Citizens

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