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10/06/20

COVID19 OPINION: A Second Wave is Imminent - Here is What to Expect


EDITORIAL (Blossomland News) - The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in mid-August has ignited a second COVID-19 outbreak that is going to be even more massive that what we've seen earlier this year. The Super-Spreader event combined with misinformation is going to be a 1-2 punch. Right now, the second wave knocking on our door. It spread from the Dakotas, made it's way through Wisconsin, and is moving through Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

Countries with similar cultural attitudes like the United Kingdom have also seen a second wave hit, here is what happened there and what is going to happen here. There will be another shortage on toilet paper, hand sanitizer, and cleaning products. There will be another lockdown - and another debate. More small businesses will close their doors permanently. Our economy will be further damaged. That is until a speculated national mask mandate takes effect in January 2021.

If you have a stock portfolio or 401k, start buying stocks in information technology companies, and companies that are based in Japan, New Zealand, and Taiwan, these island countries have been well insulated from the outbreak and have had success in using masks and social distancing to stave off an epidemic. Cyptocurrency markets are also booming right now as government backed currency is being hit hard. Bitcoin is over 10,000 BTC to 1 USD.

Expect further unrest and violence as people resist mask mandates and lockdowns. Many police officers will quit and walk away from their jobs, as happened during Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. The majority of local sheriffs follow conservative leaders who have been spreading misinformation and will simply refuse to do their jobs. Protect your home with security devices, non-lethal defense weapons, and firearms.


COVID19 OPINION: A Second Wave is Imminent - Here is What to Expect


Written by: Nate Smith-Manley
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