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With the world in the grips of the coronavirus, along with dramatically rising cases in the U.S., President Trump declared a national emergency on Friday. According to inside sources, the administration claims that this action will free up $50 billion in additional funding to bolster coronavirus testing and care. As many would argue, it was a necessary move. But could Trump go further and declare martial law?

Now, the concept of martial law – or the temporary replacement of civil authority by the military – is nothing new. Liberal pundits have crafted hysterical op-eds that the President would impose such measures to get his way politically. Of course, none of those wild allegations amounted to anything. But this time around, the crisis seems different.

Aside from the biological differences between various outbreaks that we have suffered in the past, the coronavirus for whatever reason has created panic. Some will quickly point the finger at the mainstream media. While they have certainly sensationalized the pandemic, people have something at their disposal called Google.

At any time, they can look up whatever they want. And I’m sure more than a few have caused their own panic without any influence from the media. After all, streaming and other demographic-related shifts have killed traditional media. Seems very convenient to blame them only when it fits the narrative.

Irrespective of all that, what everyone can agree on is that the panic is real; hence, the real problem of this crisis.

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    Martial Law May Be Necessary if People Don’t Stop It

    If you go to your local grocery store, you’ll find what every other American – indeed, what most people in the civilized world – has found: row upon row of empty shelves. Even mundane stuff, like wiping your ass, is now a luxury.

    Logically, panic begets panic. So long as the hysteria permeates, it will create more unease among everyday folks. Eventually, if conditions don’t improve, you will eventually see a complete social meltdown. And that’s where the real danger lies.

    It’s not the coronavirus, although it’s a very serious and potentially fatal disease. Rather, we should care more about the unpredictability and volatility of humans under pressure. In these trying circumstances, the right trigger, no matter how small, can cascade into chaos and violence.

    That’s why I’m not surprised that Mike Adams of NaturalNews.com is pushing the idea of martial law. The coronavirus is survivable. However, we may not survive each other. And that’s something that should concern you as we move deeper into this rabbit hole.

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