Were Utah a truly civilized place, the governor’s next move would be to find a way to mandate the kind of mass vaccination campaign we should have launched a year ago, going as far as to deploy the National Guard to ensure that people without proof of vaccination would not be allowed, well, anywhere.

But it may be too late for that, politically and medically.

Utah leaders have surrendered to COVID pandemic, the Editorial Board writes

Knowing very little about the people of Utah, I believe that deploying the very few Guardsmen that would be stupid/drunk/high enough to obey such idiocy would amount to nothing more than target practice for the population, and the transfer to private hands of assorted military hardware left behind by those NGs who suddenly remembered they had business elsewhere and did a French tactical deployment to points unknown.

But it is the first few words that I want to focus on. I believe that by far, the Journalist Corps and the State Department (Diplomats and nearby sycophants) share the sentiment for the people they are supposed to serve: They despise them. They cannot stomach the idea they have to use their “intellect” and training on what those rubes need and are truly entitled to as citizens of this country, so they try to avoid doing it in the best of cases or standing against them if they can truly get away with it.

The members of The Salt Lake Tribune’s Editorial Board feel themselves languishing into oblivion in such a “backward” state. They would rather be part of the Intelligentsia News circles in New York City, Washington DC or at least Los Angeles or San Francisco. They can’t code (nor they can learn how to) and other being a teacher somewhere (Which would bring them in contact with the Little People, yuck!) they cannot do anything else but run a newspaper I am willing to bet is losing money and should go bankrupt the soonest.

If they hate Utah so much, I am sure their local U-Haul is full of moving trucks at exceptional rental prices if you are ready to take your belongings to points East and South where the demand for that equipment from people desperately trying to escape those “civilized places” is very high.

Or they can stay and cover (from the front) the National Guard when they go out and try to stop the Unvaccinated at gunpoint. The good People of Utah always need firearms and accuracy shooting training against moving targets.

 

 

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

5 thoughts on “Utah Newspaper advocates sicing the National Guard on the Unvaccinated.”
  1. Another failed “journalist “ trying to remain relavant in a failed attempt to fear monger Americans into doing what they did willingly…I honestly don’t believe 70% of ALL Americans have been vaxed. We will never know the true facts about this mess. People who openly shout drivel like this should be shunned and ignored after exposing them to all.

  2. From a friend in UT when I questioned him about this.

    “It’s SLC, the liberal hotbed of Utah.
    The trouble is that our governor is a RINO.
    Utah must be turning into a RINO state
    because we keep electing people like
    Romney, Cox, Huntsman, and our last
    two governors.

  3. It would help if the “Vaccine” actually did its job. It doesn’t.

    Everyone is getting sick, whether vaccinated or not. A lot of people that had COVID are getting it again, including healthy people with no or few Comorbidities. Thankfully Omicron is usually much more mild compared to Delta and the original Chinese Coronavirus.

    If you think you have COVID, treat it like you are. Stay out of the public, get lots more rest, double up on your vitamins, and eat decent food. It wipes you out for several days as your body fights it off. If you are seriously ill, call your doctor. Get treatment, like monoclonal antibodies or the new protease inhibitors.

  4. I’d far rather live in Salt Lake City than New York, DC, Los Angeles or – especially – San Francisco. SLC is clean, beautiful and well-maintained. I have found the people to be polite and often friendly. Public transportation – that which I have used, anyway – was convenient, inexpensive and again, clean.

    Every place in Utah isn’t like that, but it’s one of the “nicer” states in terms of people’s behavior, imo.

    But I guess that isn’t civilized.

    And let’s also not forget, Utah has a large population of Mormons, who have a history of being hounded out of their homes for what they believe in. Regardless of what you think of their religion and beliefs, they have been persecuted for them. An editorial in Utah, of all places, calling for a forced roundup of any sort seems a bit, ah, insensitive.

  5. Were Utah a truly civilized place“…the editorial board of the SLC Tribune would be found hanging by the necks from local overpasses by the end of the week, with cardboard signs around their necks saying “Fascist”.

    And the incidents would be met by the non-response of ZFG.

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