By Susan Duclos – All News PipeLine

On Tuesday Stefan Stanford highlighted globalists plans to turn earth into a “prison planet,” with massive long-lasting lockdowns aka medical martial law, but those plans may suffer a severe setback as Americans, from all sides of the aisle, have started suffering from COVID or ‘lockdown fatigue,’ and are less likely to take the precautions they thought were so very important when the pandemic first hit.

While the World Health Organization (WHO) labeled this syndrome as “Pandemic Fatigue,” others are highlighting that the weariness is not stemming from just the “pandemic,” but rather from the arbitrary rules set by leaders, which they are tired of following just to see no noticeable difference.

We’ll start with the recent reports on Americans sick and tired of lockdowns which have resulted in nothing more than additional lockdowns, with stated intentions of making those long term, while shutting down more and more businesses by deeming them “non-essential.”

A new Harris Poll conducted for Fast Company has shown some lockdown attitudes that should have been expected, where people once stringent in their COVID precautions are now not even bothering with much of them anymore.

“The mentality of getting on plane was ‘I can’t handle it anymore. I’ll roll the dice,’” Pasant says.

That betting—in this case with your life or at least your health—is what’s making people adopt a to-hell-with-it attitude. Remember the days when people let deliveries sit out on their front porches for a few days before bringing them inside? The endless slog that is this pandemic makes it hard to maintain the same high level of alertness; as the one-year mark approaches, hand sanitizer is replaced with hand shakes, social distancing with socializing.

We weren’t assuming we’d all be wearing masks for last nine months, so people had lot of energy at the beginning, because they thought, ‘If I do all those things, this will go away faster and our lives will go back to normal,’” explains Rachel Dubrow, a therapist in Northfield, Illinois, who specializes in anxiety, depression, and stress management. “They weren’t expecting this is where we’d be in December 2020. We don’t have anything worth working towards. You have people who don’t want to adjust to this anymore, so you have your super-spreader events. The craze is over.”

The fatigue of doing everything that officials claimed would help, just to find out it didn’t work, so they now are starting, some cases planning to start, the lockdowns all over again, is only one part of the “fatigue.”


Granted there are still a lot of “Karens and Kevins” out there, ready to cause a scene when faced with freedom loving Americans that are now refusing to follow the arbitrary rules of individual governors, but on a larger scale, Americans have had quite enough of complying with dictator-like governors

Americans are reading less and less news about COVID, done the overreactions by state leaders. They are more concerned about keeping their homes after losing their income because a governor deemed it “non-essential,” feeding their families, seeing their loved ones, celebrating the holidays, and above it all, being free.

Non-compliance, protests, refusal on the part of businesses owners to comply with another round of lockdowns they barely survived the last time (Many didn’t survive and have closed permanently), lawsuits against overreaching, dictatorial governors, is all on the rise.

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