Poison control centers across the nation have been receiving calls regarding accidental exposure to problematic content on social media — most notably video footage of the DNC-sponsored riots, but also unauthorized responses to public service announcements from our elected leaders:
“This afternoon I was made aware of concerns within the community that federal agents may be authorized to use live ammunition on demonstrators this evening.”
- Mayor Ted Wheeler, Rose City Antifa
“Unidentified stormtroopers. Unmarked cars. Kidnapping protesters and causing severe injuries in response to graffiti… Trump & his stormtroopers must be stopped.”
- Nanzi Pelosi Speaker of the House
According to a persyn of spokes for the American Association of Poison Control Centers, accidental redpillings are up nearly five-thousand percent for the month of July alone — the implications of which have public health experts alarmed.
“Raw footage is not safe for consumption by the general public,” NPC Daily legal analyst Andy Kuntz (who is also a doctor by virtue of his Ph.D in transgender advocacy) told NPC Daily.
“All video of politically-sensitive topics should be screened and selectively edited by approved journalism outlets — such as CNN and NPC Daily.”
“This is extremely dangerous to our democracy,” CNN’s chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta recently told Brian Stelter, host of the 87th most-watched cable news program in America.
“The CDC needs to declare another public health crisis. The only way to fix this is with a nationwide lockdown and a complete ban on in-persyn voting.”
But Mx. Kuntz does not believe these measures sufficient to mitigate the threat of burgeoning voter cognizance.
“Forget mail-in voting — what we need is email voting. It’s the only way to keep the Russians from hacking into the Post Office. Also, ban White House press conferences. That nasty pig of a womxyzn makes Acosta look like a jackass, and her recent stunt with the riot footage? Yeah, we’re suing over that too.”
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