There are a couple of op-eds that seem a bit hysterical in tone.
One of them is by Dana Milbank in the Washington Post. “Yote as if our way of life depends on it. It does.” But you could take that order two ways. The pandemic has already drastically changed our way of life, and we don’t know if we will ever get it all back. China has recovered most of its own, but their population is used to a lot more collectivism and more self-sacrifice.
Milbank is warning about voters enduring harassment by Trump famatics in line. They have to stand out in the Covid like soldiers and tough it out.
And “Realclearpolitics” reproduced some of Thomas L. Friedman’s “This is the last weekend of America as We Know It” unless Biden wins an electoral victory decisively (and the Democrats take the Senate too). That's what they said about the last Saturday in Oct. 1962 during the Cuban Missile Crisis, when I was a "patient" at NIH, wondering if our lot deserved to survive.
By the way, don’t answer the robocalls that you may be hearing about.