It's been nearly 18 months since March of 2020. The pandemic is still here, the mandates have returned, and Americans are sick and tired of being sick and tired.
Some experts call is 'outrage fatigue'.
"The outrage among your regular citizens, Texans, and Houstonians" said political commentator Jessica Colon, "You don't see any end in sight."
From lockdowns, to lies. Mandates to masks. Inflation frustration, and the on-going political strife in our now completely divided nation.
"People are fed-up, they want leadership, they want decisions that make sense for their families" Colon told KTRH, "How things are handled now will determine outcomes in elections next year for certain."
The outrage hasn't stopped, nor can it stop. There is fatigue, but the battle is not over yet, and this is no time to quit. The future of our country depends on it.
"We thought that we had reached a point where things had become so polarized, yet we've doubled down on it" Colon said, "People are just fed up with the inconsistencies that they're getting."
Those inconsistencies Colon is speaking of is in reference to the Biden administration, and all of the damage that has been done to our nation in just 7 short months. Outrage fatigue? How about 'Biden remorse'?
"This is a progressive agenda that is being pushed by this Biden administration" Colon says, adding "It's very clear what their objective is and you see the public pushing back. It's not stopping."
Colon says it won't stop, it can't stop. Yes, there is 'outrage fatigue'. But the alternative?