Or, is it Kautious Karens?
Almost everyone is on edge in the year of the endless hoax.
The year 2020 feels like a crossroads for the United States. With a pivotal election just around the corner, protests in the streets, and a deadly virus that refuses to disappear, our nation hasn’t felt this vulnerable and divided in ages. You don’t have to be genius or a scientist to guess that Americans are probably feeling on edge these days. The results of a new piece of research from the American Psychological Association reveals the shocking extent of that stress.
Across two polls, more than 5,000 adult U.S. residents were recently surveyed on the state of America right now. A staggering 83% say that worrying about the future of the United States is a big source of personal stress. Also, 72% believe this is the lowest point in the country’s history that they’ve ever been alive to see.
Now, what we need is a Jordan Peterson type to come along and tell us to clean our rooms and take the dope and smile and be happy! Where is he anyway? Oh, yeah…
Wait until it gets bad.