CBS guest suggests Thanksgiving ‘hors d’oeuvres in the storage’ while waiting for COVID rapid test results
A CBS guest urged in a Thanksgiving section Wednesday that Americans ought to think about having appetizers in the storage till all company get their rapid COVID-19 test results again.
Psychologist Lisa Tamour urged the approach Turkey Day hosts might make the tough state of affairs “fun” on “CBS Mornings.”
“If the situation feels weird, maybe make it kind of fun,” Tamour stated. “And say we’re going to start with hors d’oeuvres in the garage, you know we’ll have drinks, we’ll do our rapid tests and then come on in, right?”
“You can make it playful, make it fun, and then be able to enjoy the holiday because you’re not worried about safety,” she added.
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Her suggestion cracked up the co-hosts, however left conservatives weary of COVID measures lower than amused.
“How does one make a garage covid test ‘fun’ and ‘playful,’” echoed Sen. Josh Hawley’s, R-Mo., press secretary Abigail Marone.
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Fox News contributor Tammy Bruce weighed in, saying opinions like Tamour’s will maintain Americans in a relentless state of worry.
“All this does is reinforce the idea that you should be afraid to even be with your own family. In your own home,” Bruce stated. “This is insane. Yes it’s cult-like but it really has many more features of mass hysteria.”
Axios equally raised eyebrows with a bit encouraging Americans to rent “Thanksgiving bouncers” to manage COVID assessments forward of the turkey dinner.
“No one really wants this job, but millions of households may need their own Thanksgiving bouncer,” Axios wrote on Tuesday. “The cover charge is a negative COVID test, done ahead of arrival or outside the front door.”
Several different news shops have had unpopular strategies this Thanksgiving because it pertains to COVID issues. A New York Times Opinion article quoted a university professor who urged unvaccinated youngsters ought to “eat quickly” this Thanksgiving and “stay away from the older adults when eating.”
“I’m glad to hear that the children and all guests are vaccinated,” Virginia Tech engineering professor Dr. Linsey Marr wrote. “As the kids will not be fully vaccinated until two weeks after their second shot, I think some care is warranted, especially because some attendees are 65 and older and thus at greater risk of more serious breakthrough infections. You could have the kids wear masks, eat quickly and stay away from the older adults when eating.”
The liberal media have put a damper on the vacation itself, with an MSNBC section even suggesting that the celebration of Thanksgiving reveals thatgenocide is “still on the menu” in America and blamed pilgrims for bringing “White supremacy” to the nation.
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