The Great Reset - Act III

Act III: Knowledge is a dangerous thing.


In Act III, things start to get interesting. With only a year and a half to the mid-term elections and there is much work to be done. Biden and Fauci have served their respective purposes. A stumble down a flight of stairs, a fatal car accident, or death by the Delta variant are all possibilities. We do not want to give the story away. Let us just say, that when Biden and Fauci do make an exit later in the play, they will not be sharing secrets with anyone!


The challenge is what to do with the Deplorables? They came out in record numbers during the 2020 election. They must be dealt with before the midterm election. The Deplorables and their God, guns, and Constitution. They are a force to be reckoned with. An interesting point to remember for future acts is that only a portion of the Deplorables have been vaccinated. This could be a game changer depending on the next biological weapon accidently released from Wuhan.


The real mystery is not what is said, but what is not said. Who or what is exactly behind the “accident” in Wuhan? Journalists world-wide are less than curiosity. Maybe they do not want to cut their lives short with death by suicide.


Act III has been compared to Francis Ford Coppola’s, The Godfather. Loyalty is built around the goals of corrupt and dangerous individuals. Business take priority over family and friendships. All that matters is The Great Reset. For the heroes that emerge in Act III, one of the greatest lines comes from Dr Peter McCullough when he masterfully reuses the line originally made famous by Jack Nicholson, “You can’t handle the truth” during a Covid Senate Hearing. The speech that follows this exclamation is McCullough’s tour de force.


Act III ends with the song “Florida State of Mind”, which begins with a solo by Ron DeSantis and then transforms into a chorus as Red State governors unite. In a world filled with Netflix and YouTube, it is moments like this that keep theatre alive.


Act III Takeaway: Don’t outlive your usefulness.