Maybe . . . .
Today’s wall street journal front page says that the vaccine production failed and there’s less than 50 percent of the expected supply. You shouldn’t worry about being forced to vaccinate, because there won’t be enough vaccine.
By now, Doc, you should know better than to make declarations like that without waiting for the other shoe to drop, or the cloaked agenda . . . . For all we know, the “failure” to generate enough vaccine is the excuse that Obama is using to declare de facto martial law.
A very old Chinese story describes a farmer in a poor country village. He was considered very well-to-do, because he owned a horse which he used for plowing and for transportation. One day his horse ran away. All his neighbors exclaimed how terrible this was, but the farmer simply said ‘Maybe’. “A few days later the horse returned and brought two wild horses with it. The neighbors all rejoiced at his good fortune, but the farmer just said ‘Maybe’. “The next day the farmer’s son tried to ride one of the wild horses; the horse threw him and broke the leg. The neighbors all offered their sympathy for his misfortune, but the farmer again said ‘Maybe’. “The next week the conscription officers came to the village to take young men for the army. They rejected the farmer’s son because of his broken leg. When the neighbors told him how lucky he was, the farmer replied, ‘Maybe’.