On the same day lawsuits were announced against Amy Acton the Columbus Foundation gave her The Spirit of Columbus Award for essentially being an economic terrorist. Gotta’ watch why people give you awards. Often it is a pat on the head like a dog well behaved. That the Columbus Foundation would reward her in such a way says a lot about the Columbus Foundation and what kind of society they support. And to give Acton the kind of award that had previously went to great aviators like Jerrie Mock and author Michelle Alexander is that ultimate pat on the head for a job well done by a girl who went from homeless squatter to tyrant of Ohio’s economy to serve the needs of an ill defined greater good only now obvious when awards like this are given out as 22 million people across the nation collect unemployment largely because they followed her actions over a cliff to their doom. While Amy Acton could only take a back seat to the President of the United States and his defunct Health Department advisors who started this mess to begin with, it was Ohio who started the stay at home orders by first closing down restaurants early in the process, which governors across the country followed willingly. Acton led Governor DeWine down a path of utter nonsense exhibiting the ultimate fears of an out of control nanny state and for that she gets rewarded, even as lives everywhere are utterly destroyed and businesses eliminated from economic recovery all in making mistake after mistake with global models that showed Covid-19 being much more deadly than it truly was.
Each day since Amy Acton has preached like a bunch of religious fanatics at 2 PM from the capital hosted by the Governor demeaning messages of compliance, social distancing, and staying home to save lives and keep the capacity of our hospitals down to a bare minimum by wrecking our economy in the process it is astonishing that organizations like the Columbus Foundation aren’t furious with her, instead of giving her prestigious awards. The gesture is out of touch at best, but troubling once analyzed, because its obvious that the activism Acton displayed are those that the Foundation supported, a socialist takeover of our economy in Ohio and the state controlling the means of production. Karl Marx would be very proud; this was his dream after all, and it was Amy Acton who whispered in the Governor’s ear the entire time. It was Acton who attached Ohio to the mistakes the world was making with Covid-19 with its medical approach instead of allowing the innovation of America’s healthcare system to flex its muscle, it was artificially constrained with bureaucrats which has harmed the lives of many more people than that Covid-19 outbreak would have taken. As history looks backward at the actions of Acton and Dr. Doom from the CDC it will see a nation that had largely had Covid-19 as early as November and December of 2019 and had developed herd immunity, and that the surge that Amy Acton and many other health professionals were predicting was completely wrong. We know that now by the models, which always had social distancing as part of the calculous. The decision to follow the rest of the stupid world into staying home to slow the spread was an intentional act of terrorism to support liberal causes such as climate change and universal healthcare by placing administrative constraints on hospitals by federal and state government tampering that ended up destroying huge sectors of our national economy, and for that she gets a prestigious award?
As any good manager knows, capacity is limited not so much in machinery, but in willingness. Labor always talks about constraints when they just aren’t willing in manufacturing to work 24 hours a day 7 days a week. A decision to only work 4 hours, or 8 hours total, or like a lot of nurses do, work three 12 hour days and then tell the public that a hospital is constrained by healthcare workers unwilling to work more, or to hire more new labor because the rest of the staff wants the job security of a lack of competition is what I call an artificial constraint. At no time during the Covid-19 outbreak were Ohio hospitals overloaded with need. And the effort to take over convention centers in the three largest cities never needed based on the bad forecasts provided by Amy Acton. The entire time when Acton spoke of hospital capacity, she wasn’t talking about hospital beds, she was talking about the willingness of the workers to embrace the challenges of a surge in activity. It was essentially just another marketing tactic similar to a school levy plan to promote teachers as the heroes that save our children from ignorance by allowing labor unions and their socialist philosophy to destroy their minds with money stolen from our property values. I know a lot of nurses. I wouldn’t want to wipe the ass of sick patients and some of the other duties they perform, but they aren’t exactly the smartest people in the world. Even the best educated doctors from those hospital cultures aren’t the kind of people you want deciding what capacity is and how a state or federal government should address it. Heck, they are people who have difficult times figuring out what they are going to have for lunch. They certainly aren’t good at budgets, except to always ask for more. When someone like Amy Acton comes along to put a unique issue like Covid-19 on the table, its not for the actual danger it poses to society, but how much funding can flow into that ill defined capacity that the labor of healthcare workers are espousing is a limiting condition, limited by their own complacent efforts.
It is an insult to call healthcare workers heroes for being on the front lines of an artificially propped up labor crises exhibited by Amy Acton when the real heroes of society are headed for the unemployment lines based on bad advice from doctors who had a taste of power given to them by weak-kneed politicians. Amy Acton was there to promote the efforts of the healthcare worker with an ultimate goal of bringing more money in their direction. Labor unions in general have their many lobbyists in Columbus and for the healthcare profession, that is essentially what Amy Acton was—using a medical concern in Covid-19 to lobby on behalf of artificial capacity need by the medical community for funds not yet allocated, but are now certainly on the front burner. Teachers have their teacher’s union for similar concerns and funding need. But who is standing up for the real heroes who make society tic, the businesspeople who now have their lives destroyed by an out-of-control government who sat on them with a fat ass nanny state and crushed them into begging for help from that same government just to live. Who is giving them awards for trying to keep people employed and fighting to keep people from being just another unemployment statistic? Amy Acton knows what she has done, and she and DeWine have to play along with the danger of the Covid virus prevention with continued social distancing and steps to get our economy back together not because of any real threat, but so that people don’t see how stupid it all was from the beginning. And obviously many organizations don’t want to have such a thought of reality stamped on their forehead. So rather than prosecute Amy Acton for negligence, they are giving her awards so that nobody has to face the real music that Covid-19 was never really a threat. The most dangerous threat was the mistakes made by a tyrannical, unchecked government throwing due process out the window all because the decision makers were terrified losers—led by Amy Acton. That is a truth they can never face because if people start feeling that way, there will be even worse justice to come for those thus complicit. And nobody in power presently wants that fate.
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