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The dumbness continues.

In October, this foretold the dumbness.

The US Military Is About to Launch Its Largest 5G Experiments Yet:

“The ‘at-scale’ tests could change defense networks, training, and logistics — and how Americans use the Internet.”

This is the GOVERNMENT we’re talking about here.  Creators of the Department of Motor Vehicles.  And the Post Office.  And the Veterans Administration.

Government can’t even renew a driver’s license without hours upon hours of excruciating delay.  Government attempting to LEAD THE CHARGE on Fifth Generation (5G) wireless technology advancement – is an exorbitantly expensive farce.

Indeed, the government wasting our money on “‘at-scale’ tests could change defense networks, training, and logistics — and how Americans use the Internet.”  It certainly will do all of those things – for the worse.

We raised the alarm in October….

Government 5G? The Deep State Military-Industrial-Complex Looks to Expand Its ‘Unwarranted Influence’:

“The government is S…L…O…W….  And inept.  It is patently absurd to pretend government is capable of playing catch-up to the private sector’s many years and tens of billions of dollars’ head-start.  Especially on something as technologically sophisticated as 5G.”

And it wasn’t just us.

Why a Nationalized 5G Network Is a Bad Idea:

“It would harm America in the long run, not help Washington compete with Beijing.”

Communist China is an annoying double-edged sword for DC.  The Feds do nothing about China when they should – and do all sorts of things in the name of China when they shouldn’t.

Like get into the 5G business.

Defense Department Further Accelerating 5G Development:

“Michael Brown, director of the Pentagon’s Defense Innovation Unit, said the United States is in a superpower race with China.”

Government pretending to know anything about 5G guarantees us at least two terrible outcomes.

We will lose considerable ground in the 5G race.  Government taxing people who know something about 5G – to fund their people who do not – is a great way to slow things down and gum them up.

And government will begin imposing all sorts of new, stupid mandates upon private sector 5G.  By arriving at all

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