Conformity is the aim of any State and Federal policy, force is the engine to accomplishing this, and force cannot move without the element of fear, the fuel behind the force. This modern day experiment and or challenge of any level of government is evidenced in the attempt, with some success in gun laws and restrictions on citizen ownership; fear of breaking the law, thus, becoming submissive and conforming to government policy; however un-Constitutional , ethical or unethical. The average citizen cannot and, in most cases, will not fight the system or status quo of State policy, only in spirit, but not practicing or performing in active protest.
This same model, concept or scenario even applies to the now 'spook virus' whereby, the collective whole, is conforming to a State policy, based on, mostly, faulty information, if not calculated and contrived by clever politicians and the more scheming medical institutions; all bidding for more wealth and control from and over the masses.
The American Citizen has lost his role: as being sovereign, and an enabler to facilitate good and honest governance, by vigilance and being informed, as well as, the one dictating the terms of which to be governed by. The State, of course, has its safeguards, to prevent this by almost secretive, closed doors decision making, preventing public purview.
If only the Public had the same model, as mentioned above, to be implemented and applied, in practice, in reverse to the State and its politicians and its bureaucracies. Unfortunately, the hustle and bustle, and preoccupation of struggling to raise a family, with all the expenses attached; and the accumulation and maintaining goods and services; the name of the game intended or unintended. And all this at the expense of losing more and more rights and freedom; a blind sighted view on what a Republic we claim it to be.
Joseph Phillip De Marco