Last week, a resident of Shawville or the surrounding environs decided that they had reached a breaking point.
Nearly a year into the maelstrom of this pandemic, they finally decided that enough was enough. For whatever reason, either a YouTube rabbit-hole, a deep-seated distrust of authority figures or pure boredom, they arrived at the conclusion that COVID-19 pandemic is both “a lie” and “a fraudulent crime.”
They then decided that the only thing to be done was to . . .
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