Thursday, June 18, 2020

They Best NOT Mask US! June 18, 2020 | State Masking Mandate - Dr. Teresa Frankovich

“They are reminded that face coverings are not a replacement for other EVIDENCE-BASED measures such as physical distancing, ...” 

Would LOVE to see the NEW scientific data and evidence that backs up and requires changing current Guidance, to a Statewide Mandate. There certainly better be more than the original, “limited evidence to suggest” they COULD help, and “MAY BE HELPFUL when COMBINED” with primary interventions.” 

Are the “primary interventions” mandated now too? 
Masks and face-covers are not a substitute for any of the primary, evidence-based interventions. They may increase risk of infection and spread, if using them reduces use of effective interventions. Guess what? That’s exactly what happens too — face-coverers feel more protected than they are. Worse, feeling superior, they run ‘round yelling and shaming non-maskers, who may actually be protecting everyone better!  Non-maskers use all the effective interventions that many  of these ‘Karens” neglect.  Face-coverings, with their false sense of effectiveness, and all the masking shenanigans, are distracting, and that’s dangerous.

False feelings of effectiveness.
By NOT wearing a mask or covering my face, I’m less distracted, more protected, and I’m protecting those around me more, than a face-coverer who neglects social distancing, and forgets to frequently wash their hands, and makes more non-essential trips from home. I don’t fault them their higher-risk behavior — I understand the false feeling of protection their inferior intervention is giving them.

I challenge the motivation of mandating face-covering masks — 
they must be combined with primary interventions or they are dangerous.

June 18th 2020
Should I wear a mask?
California’s public health officials released guidance on April 1 ... The guidance DOES NOT REQUIRE people to wear face coverings ...

The use of cloth face coverings COULD reduce the transmission of COVID-19 by individuals who do not have symptoms ... officials also CAUTION that face coverings MAY INCREASE RISK ...

Face Coverings Guidance:
There MAY be a benefit to reducing asymptomatic transmission ... However, face coverings MAY increase risk...

🚫😷healthy people

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Your "New Normal" looks like socialism-lite *

Red-flag: pre-apologies friends & others with opposing opinions – cuz you're probably gonna freak 😂🚩 

I do not consent.

Your "New Normal" 
looks like socialism-lite* 
and it will not fly 
with most Americans. 

For generations, perfectly capable individuals have been deciding which businesses are essential and safe. Businesses operating in good faith with their customers and communities are patronized and thrive.

Individual Americans are best at deciding their own risks. They are best at protecting themselves and helping each other. Individuals earned and deserve their right to choose, and they deserve respectful support of their right to choose — especially when threatened or forced to give up their choice.

If you're not sure what socialism-lite* looks like, check California, New York and communities where representatives are taking away individual's freedom of choice. Take another look at individuals (so-called "Karens" haha) and friends who seem less interested in safety, and more interested in tattletale selfishness and shaming of others.

When you hear, 
"It's for your safety
it more likely means it's for their safety. 

I support others choosing for themselves, but not for me. You'll have to trust me anyway, that I'll abide your choices, so why not build on trust?  Support my right to choose differently as an individual.  Majority-rule, nanny types miss this opportunity every time. Why? Well they don't trust me, or they wouldn't threaten and restrict me. Maybe, it's that they do not trust themselves?

Abusing emergency powers and using fear to usher in some "New Normal" agenda is failing. Thankfully, like the virus with its over-blown crisis (gonna kill millions of US), we can watch this socialism-lite* agenda evaporate and die in the light of day and truth. I take it seriously, but relieved, I trust Americans and I choose .. 


*Proposed reduced-fat definition—but like most sugar-free, less fat, so-called "lite" products, it's still not good for you and tastes bad lol

socialism-lite: new-normalism? Any of various theories or systems of social organization in which the means of producing and distributing goods is owned collectively by a centralized government that often plans and controls the economy.

socialismAny of various theories or systems of social organization in which the means of producing and distributing goods is owned collectively or by a centralized government that often plans and controls the economy.

Friday, October 26, 2018

City of Trinidad California .. Coming Soon - to a ballot near you

Vote Mike Morgan for Trinidad City Council
Nov 06, 2018

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Mike Morgan


TRINIDAD – Former Trinidad City Council member Michael Morgan has been dismissed from the Planning Commission and now he’s fighting back.
Morgan filed an ethics complaint against Council Member Dwight Miller, taking issue with the way he handled the situation.
Leon Purvis talked to Morgan and Miller and has the latest from Trinidad.

Friday, September 7, 2018

Times Standard Candidate Questions, Trinidad - Response

Good Morning. Thank you for covering our local candidates and for this opportunity.

I'm Mike Morgan, 54, and I reside in Trinidad at 560 Edwards Street. I moved to Trinidad, Humboldt County from San Francisco 14 years ago, and I own the Trinidad Bay B&B Hotel in town.

Inspired by longtime residents and new friends, I served as Member/Chairman of the City of Trinidad Planning Commission from 2006-2008 and then as a dedicated Councilmember to the City of Trinidad from 2008-2011. As a resident, I've volunteered hundreds of hours to our community - Trinidad Volunteer Fire Department- Captain Retired, Trinidad Area Chamber of Commerce- President, Humboldt County Lodging Alliance, Trinidad Museum Society, and I've worked many local projects such as remodeling/restoring Trinidad Town Hall and Trinidad Area cleanups/beautification. My Bed and Breakfast Hotel, the Trinidad Bay BnB, hosts more than 700 visitors a year. It is my greatest joy to share and care for Trinidad.

If elected, my priority is our bloated City Budget - specifically, planning for the possibility of our expiring Sales Tax.

Our Short Term Rental Ordinance is a decent solution for now, however enforcement, limits, and some residential discord hamper its complete success.

The best stimulation to our local economy would be renewed support for our local businesses. As little is done now, we could explore self-funded grants for promoting and sharing our city, reduce the ridiculously bloated budget so we can actually retire the "temporary" sales tax, increase enforcement and structure better coverage from our County Sheriff agreement, and just stop tearing up our streets and neighborhoods all Summer long year after year.

I believe going beyond tolerance and to acceptance of our area tribes and each other will require a redoubled effort by all. Treating each other as we would like to be treated, with mutual respect, kindness and forgiveness, is the only way forward to acceptance and a more peaceful, beautiful Trinidad.

Friday, August 17, 2018

#CouncilguyMike Morgan Tweets 🙀

#CouncilguyMike Morgan Tweets 🙀

lmfao - so funny! : 3 seats on the "... action-packed council for the seaside village. Councilmembers only make $50 a month, but are compensated with glory, good cheer and the never-ending thankfulness of their fellow citizens."
@councilguymike thanks