Staff Writer September 30, 2021 In the words of Obama’s partner in crime, Rahm Emmanuel ‘You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.’ Not since 9/11 has the government latched on to a ‘crisis’ and done SO MANY things they could never have thought they would be able to get away with. Before we dig in to this story, let me make one thing clear. COVID is real and for SOME people it is VERY dangerous. Being under 40 I did not think that I would have a severe reaction to the virus, but boy, was I wrong. I ended up in bed for a month, so I can tell you from experience that this whole COVID thing is a real threat, for a small segment of the population. There are people like my father and I who can get EXTREMELY sick. Then there are the other 8 members of my family who contracted the virus and had a range of NO symptoms to a day in bed. Now my father and I did get sick …. However, we both survived and now have our natural antibodies. This is a choice that I made, I chose not to take the shot and risk getting the virus. This is freedom 101, the very basics of how the concept of freedom works. Would I make the same choice again? Yes, while it sucked being that sick for that long, I am not willing to get injected with something that is so new, a shot which we have so little data on. I now have antibodies, which one would think that Mother Nature’s (God’s) antibodies are superior so those from a ‘vaccine’. However, if Diane Feinstein gets her way I will never see the inside of a commercial airliner again … Christina Laila of The Gateway Pundit writes: Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein (CA) on Thursday introduced a bill to require proof of vaccination or negative Covid test for domestic flights. The 88-year-old senator, who has been spotted in airports without a face mask throughout the pandemic, introduced the “US Air Travel Public Safety Act” which would force Americans to show their papers in order to move about the country. “Ensuring that air travelers protect themselves and their destination communities from this disease is critical to prevent the next surge, particularly if we confront new, more virulent variants of COVID-19,” Feinstein said in a statement. “It only makes sense that we also ensure the millions of airline passengers that crisscross our country aren’t contributing to further transmission, especially as young children remain ineligible to be vaccinated,” she continued.