Listen to What Over 100,000 Unafraid People Sound Like

Last Saturday, an event took place that would have sent Dr. Fauci into hysteria. A whopping 109,000 people, yes that’s 109 THOUSAND, attended Penn State’s football game, reminding America once again what unafraid people sound like in America.

After a year of empty or near-empty stadiums, the game marked a return to normalcy for many. Yes, there are still crazy mask mandates and vaccine passports and ridiculous CDC advice galore, but there’s also another side of the story.

As Fauci and friends continue their fear-mongering, an increasing number of Americans are moving on with life. This includes work, school and even football games.

Penn State is not alone. Ohio State and Michigan have both hosted 100k attendance games. Many SEC stadiums have been filled to capacity.

On the flip side, Hawaii held its first game in an empty stadium.

The difference? It wasn’t the pandemic; it was the leadership. When true freedom-loving Americans are unafraid and lead, it’s beautiful to see what can happen. Whether your team wins or not, at least you can go and watch them in person.

But don’t believe me. Take 30 seconds of your day right now to watch and remember how it feels to be alive in a crowd of people and live without fear, enjoying the freedoms of being and American and to truly live again.


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