Comedian Points Out Absurdity of Lockdowns by Replacing ‘COVID’ with ‘Car Accident’

Fam, when the riots are over, don’t think we’re not going to get back to the COVID. Suddenly the lockdown and social distancing orders that were oh so important to our survival, that stopped being important to our survival, are suddenly going to be oh so important to our survival again. It’s already starting (see NEW STUDY SAYS TO PREVENT COVID-19, COUPLES SHOULD WEAR MASKS DURING SEX and ANGRY ABOUT RIOTS AND COVID? THIS GUY’S RANT IS FOR YOU!). Regardless of whether there is a sudden riot-related spike in COVID cases or not, it’s a matter of time before the media gets back to telling you not to leave your house again. My personal life coach JP Sears released this talk to illustrate how ridiculous the lockdown has always been.

Why the Lockdown Should Last Longer

Our officials have instituted medically accurate recording measures, where if anyone has ever ridden in a car before, and then they die, their death is recorded as a car-related death.

Side note: Apparently George Floyd didn’t die because of police brutality, he died from COVID-19. Don’t look at me like that. I don’t make the rules.

Joking aside, I am curious to see the reaction when various governments — particularly in the blue states where the rioting and protesting in the cities is at its worst — tries going back to enforcing the shutdown. Leaders in New York and New Jersey have already made it clear that while it’s not worth the risk to do things like go back to work or support your family, it IS worth the risk if you’re being all social justicey. Judging from my Facebook feed and validated by actual IRL conversations, the one thing that’s going to unite us all as one human race is telling those leaders to suck it.

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