Enough is enough on COVID


To the editor:

I am writing to all of my local state elected officials to say that I would like them to support state Sen. Liz Krueger’s efforts to strip Gov. Andrew Cuomo of his COVID-19 powers.

It’s clear that, almost a year into this lockdown regime, that it’s not working. Not only is it not working, but it has essentially destroyed New York and New York City economically and psychologically.

On a personal level, 2020 was supposed to be my best year in business. I spent 15 years building a small business, and finally had reached a point where I was poised to break into “the big time.” But as a result of the lockdown and Cuomo’s total fascistic power trip, my business and career trajectory were destroyed, and I am on the verge of shutting down and moving to Florida.

Given how shabbily I’ve been treated by New York, it would make me very happy to take my talents and tax money out of this state. But I love New York City (at least what it used to be), and am going to fight before I turn tail and leave.

A lot of us out here have figured out that the politicians have zero clue about public health. We know a lot of your dictates come directly from globalist institutions like the World Health Organization, the World Economic Forum, as well as powerful foundations like the one run by Bill and Melinda Gates, as well as the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University.

We know all about Event 201 held in October 2019 in New York City. The people know that lockdowns don’t work.

We know that masks are useless, and nothing more than a tool of control.

We see hypocrisy as elected official after elected official break their own rules. And now we see that since Trump has been defeated, all of a sudden, the cycles on the fraudulent PCR tests will be reduced so as to make it appear the virus is going away.

Basically, we know it’s all been one big lie. And we’re fed up. We’ve been fed up for almost a year now. Nowhere in the state constitution does it say that a governor has the right to do what Cuomo has done. And you’ve all been his abettors. It’s time to stop.

If you’re worried about your constituents not supporting you, just know that you are wrong. Only the most deluded, fear-based mainstream media watchers are still into this crap. Most people are still wearing masks because of the downright nastiness that occurs when they don’t.

The rest of us are willing to live like we’ve done for millions of years, knowing that life is not safe. It’s risky, and that as adults, we have the power and intelligence to make up our own minds as to our risk factors.

In other words, there are millions of us that would hail our electeds as heroes the second they come out against the paper tiger murderer Cuomo. Are you even aware of how hated he is statewide? It’s a no-brainer.

Also, think of what this has done to the children. When kids between 5 and 10 are running away from me on the street because they think an unmasked person is diseased, you have just sowed the seeds of total societal destruction 15 years down the line.

This needs to stop.

The stakes are very high. New York City is on the precipice of total destruction, and a lot of us have come to the conclusion that the reason is not a disease that has a high chance of survival. Rather, we know the reason why is because of the politician-induced lockdowns.

Let’s do better than this. Seriously, stop with this madness already. Please join Liz Krueger, and let’s get New York back to work. Enough is enough.

Manny Grossman

EDITOR’S NOTE: Some of the pandemic-related claims in this letter have not been independently verified, and should be treated only as the author’s opinion.

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