On New Year’s Eve around the world, there is perhaps no greater juxtaposition than these two photos from New York City’s Times Square and the celebration scene in Wuhan, China:
What kind of message does this send to the world pic.twitter.com/gSzXZbNoSb
— Luke Rudkowski (@Lukewearechange) January 1, 2021
Yeah, these are two very different looks:
— Reuters (@Reuters) December 31, 2020
— CBS News (@CBSNews) December 31, 2020
What message does that send? As we often like to say, “people have thoughts”…
That China purposefully manufactured and released the virus? https://t.co/4P0irkpdlF
— Storm Paglia ?? (@storm_paglia) January 1, 2021
Hey, at least New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is letting a few thousand people attend an upcoming Buffalo Bills playoff game — but mostly because he also wants to go.
It means World War 3 only lasted 10 months so far, and the west has been nearly destroyed without one single bullet fired.
— AirRazorX (@AirRazorX1) January 1, 2021
It sends the message that America is broken and China is the new superpower. https://t.co/5js19HwCuy
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) January 1, 2021
The incoming Biden administration will surely straighten everything out. *Eye roll*
That this will be their decade unless we step up our efforts and stop fighting each other.
— Enter-Your_Name ➐ (@tr00p3RR) January 1, 2021
We are getting played
— Corey Gardner (@rewiredtoday) January 1, 2021
that the united states got duped into self-destructing their entire nation over a mild flu https://t.co/XlGWULte1e
— Racist Paperclip (@RacistClip) January 1, 2021
China basically saying F U https://t.co/aS7d23BiYr
— Marcus (@MarcusHUSA) January 1, 2021
A terrible one. https://t.co/ywWu06lrfU
— ??BoycottTheLockdown?? (@MJSayre) January 1, 2021
Are you awake yet? We’re being played people. https://t.co/J9hxwEJvaz
— Nakari (@NakariStorm) January 1, 2021
It's only going to stop when we stand up and say "Enough!" https://t.co/Yubt4sHpZZ
— No Capes! No Masks! #StopTheSteal ? (@smanning00) January 1, 2021
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