‘Make it Fun!’ – CBS Tells Viewers to Have Appetizers in the Garage While Guests Take Rapid Covid Tests Before Thanksgiving Dinner (VIDEO)


These people are psychotic.

A CBS contributor on Wednesday morning told viewers to have appetizers in the garage while taking rapid Covid tests before Thanksgiving dinner if they don’t feel comfortable asking guests for their vaccine papers.

“It might be a difficult conversation before people step into your house to say, ‘whoa, wait a minute, where’s your card? What’s your status?’ before you walk into my home,” CBS Mornings’ co-host Nate Burleson said.

CBS contributor Lisa Damour chimed in with her tips on how to make Covid testing in the garage fun while guests nosh on some appetizers.

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“This is tough because people are all over the map on this…but the rapid tests have made this a lot easier,” Lisa Damour said. “So, if it feels kinda weird, maybe make it kind of fun. We’re gonna 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! You can make it playful and you can make it fun.”


CBS suggests having appetizers in the garage while guests take rapid tests before going inside this Thanksgiving.

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The talking heads on tv are full of great ideas this holiday season.

NBC’s Vicky Nguyen said people can save money by ditching the Turkey (the staple of a Thanksgiving meal) and by charging guests.

“Maybe you do an Italian feast instead, and I will say this, if you tell everyone you’re having Thanksgiving without turkey, some guests may drop off the list and that’s a way to cut costs too,” she said.

Who actually listens to these freaks?

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