There is tendency with malfunctioning robots to perform programmed commands randomly, without connection to what they are doing in the moment. Well, a section of society is not behaving all that differently in that they seem to have programmed with them blame on, ANTIFA, Black Lives Matter, Soros. Lately the programmers for the QGOP seem to have uploaded a “Fauci” update for these rabid political zombies to regurgitate.
In Montana, it seems that some of the programming has malfunctioned. Black Lives Matter is being blamed in Lincoln County for trying to push back for trying to stop an Ivermectin promoting doctor who was nominated to the Lincoln County Health Board.
According to Wikipedia the demographics of the county are:
The racial makeup of the county was 96.09% White, 0.11% Black or African American, 1.20% Native American, 0.31% Asian, 0.04% Pacific Islander, 0.39% from other races, and 1.86% from two or more races. 1.44% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race.
It is whiter than bleached snow. It seems unlikely a movement dedicated to the prevention of police violence against African Americans would be terribly concerned with the rantings of rural Montana conspiracy theorists. Nevertheless, Error 409:
Dr. Dianna Carvey, who appears on a list of doctors who promote the use of Ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine as treatment for the virus, had nearly secured a seat on the Lincoln County Health Board when county commissioners voted in favor of her appointment during an Oct. 13 meeting.
The three commissioners had unanimously decided—without opening up the move to public comment—that Carvey would fill a seat vacated by Dr. Sara Mertes, who died in a plane crash in August. The group picked Carvey over her top competitor, Dr. Gregory Rice, a recently retired physician who has frequently promoted vaccination as among the best defenses to curtail the virus. But just days after Carvey’s selection, the commissioners abruptly walked it back over criticism they’d skipped public comment ahead of the vote, opting to go through the process again.
“I am hearing that BLM is very much involved in this,” Libby City Council candidate Darrel Orr, a fierce opponent of public health measures, said during the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners’ Oct. 20 meeting when commissioners announced they had been too hasty in her appointment.
Darrel Orr has probably run into more disguised aliens than persons of color, so I believe he got his Fox and his Newsmax mixed up.
What seems to have happened, is Mr. Orr had his chip scratched, or his wires crossed, or perhaps in place of, “01000110 01000001 01010101 01000011 01001001” which spells “Fauci” he spit out “01000010 01101100 01101101” which spells “BLM.” Clearly the programmers at Fox, Newsmax and OANN needed to have a meeting to iron out the programming.
At any rate..we move on to the saga of the aggrieved horsey paste advocate and her efforts to be appointed to the board. There was another option-
Residents who flocked to the commissioners’ meeting room inside the courthouse were equally divided. For every speaker who lent support to Carvey, another spoke in favor of her counterpart, Libby’s Dr. Gregory Rice. Paula Darko-Hensler, a former Democratic member of the state Legislature and a past Libby School Board member, represented supporters of Rice, who she called the “most qualified” candidate and someone who understood the needs of his south county neighbors.
“Rice knows the health care concerns of the south end of the county,” she said, before highlighting his professional accomplishments, to include a teaching post with the University of Washington and membership in the American Academy of Physicians.
So to sum up, the citizens and more pressingly, the board had a choice. They could choose Carvey, who believes in the power of hydroxychloroquine and horse paste, or they could have Dr. Gregory Rice, with his credentials above, and his expertise.
Naturally the programming was restored and they went with the horse paste advocate, which if it were put in a bowl and mixed with milk, as a reminder, acts as a Dyson vacuum cleaner for one’s bowels.
But Josh Letcher of District 3 had really good reasons for being given the medical choice equivalent of the vocals of Kim Kardashian and Grace Slick and choosing Kardashian:
“I know they’re trying to make it a north versus south county decision, but even if Dr. Rice was from Eureka, I wouldn’t have voted for him,” Letcher said. “I don’t feel his ideology and [abortion] views fit anything that I could support or even consider to be on the health board.”
Yes always choose personal ideology over medical expertise when trying to make decisions that impact the literal survival rates of your county’s residents. With that comment, it appears that all malfunctions have been rectified, and the GOP QBots were back in working order.
Dr. Carvey will now serve on the health board, and residents can look forward to years of advocacy for this to treat Covid:
Now let’s hope they don’t try to ride a horse after eating the horse’s medicine.
We don’t need to take it out on the horse they rode in on.
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