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Experts urge families to skip Thanksgiving gatherings to prevent spread of fighting over election

Nashville, TN - Health and safety experts across the U.S. are urging families to skip traditional Thanksgiving gatherings this year to prevent the spread of fighting over the 2020 election.

Bill Gentry, from the U.S. Department of Holidays, warns, "We want all Americans to have a safe and healthy holiday season. That's why we are asking you to avoid any and all gatherings with family members who disagree with your political leanings. It only takes one close encounter to cause serious health conditions."

Gentry is also encouraging families to limit Thanksgiving Day phone calls to a brief two- minute, light conversations. A list of safe topics is posted on their website, including:

1. General health of family members

2. Weather

3. Dinner items and amount of leftovers

4. The need for a nap

5. How next Thanksgiving will be much better

Topics to strictly avoid include mask mandates, lockdowns, and mainstream media.

Experts predict these guidelines will also apply to Christmas and New Year's gatherings in December. They are optimistic it will be safe to gather after January 20th, but fully expect it may take until Memorial Day or even the Fourth of July for things to get back to some semblance of normal.

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