If lockdowns & masks work, why are the vast majority of Covid deaths in leftist states?

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Hey ElmerMudd if masks and lockdowns work, why are the vast majority of China Flu deaths in Dimwinger states?
The disease is being spread in Democratic states by Trump minions not wearing masks.
But, seriously, dumbass, you have been told the highest population states should have the most deaths. The true measurement it is deaths per capita. This metric tells you what states you have the greatest chance of dying from COVID. The top 3 states you have the greatest chance of dying from COVID are Alabama, Kentucky and Mississippi.
You cannot be so stupid you do not understand what I say shows Trump supporting states have done the worst dealing with COVID.

Per capita means nothing.

The death rate is calculated by those who died among the population infected, Stupid.

Look who is leading the way......................


StateDeaths /
1M pop
Total
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
Confirmed Case
Fatality Rate
Total Case
Fatality Rate
TestsTests /
1M pop
Confirmed Cases /
1M pop
New
Deaths
Deaths
New Jersey2,645-802,6692.93%-10,806,3971,216,63790,368+4223,491
New York2,483-1,708,0722.83%-38,897,2651,999,49387,803+12348,307
Massachusetts2,343-586,3102.78%-16,522,3512,377,48784,367+4316,285
Connecticut2,158-284,5002.70%-6,874,2261,928,09979,797+157,693
Pennsylvania1,900-946,4632.57%-10,569,767825,63573,931+5024,324
Michigan1,661-652,5892.54%-11,071,2811,108,58565,345+3916,589
District of Columbia1,451-41,0142.50%-1,241,8161,759,57258,114+11,024
Mississippi2,273-296,1542.28%-2,472,673830,83099,509+216,764
Louisiana2,084-432,5272.24%-6,057,6421,303,05793,041+189,686
Maryland1,310-384,7652.06%-7,982,3501,320,33963,643+37,922
Alabama2,059-498,0762.03%-2,429,838495,563101,582+6510,094
New Mexico1,790-185,8982.02%-2,720,3821,297,37988,657-3,753
Rhode Island2,397-127,7271.99%-3,065,1122,893,359120,570+52,539
Arizona2,224-821,1081.97%-4,238,657582,336112,809+9616,185
Illinois1,807-1,193,2601.92%-18,389,5121,451,21394,166+4922,902
Indiana1,881-664,4461.91%-8,133,5961,208,16098,696+3012,663
Ohio1,484-974,4801.78%-10,144,547867,86483,367-17,346
Georgia1,672-1,017,4281.74%-7,758,916730,77295,826+12517,750
West Virginia1,292-132,6771.74%-2,207,6761,235,30774,240-2,309
Nevada1,625-295,0691.70%-2,746,308891,61395,797+185,005
South Dakota2,143-113,0651.68%-425,486480,960127,806+31,896
Texas1,552-2,685,5141.68%-23,393,254806,77992,617+28144,989
Missouri1,421-523,7701.67%-5,526,137900,39985,340-8,724
South Carolina1,682-521,5631.66%-6,045,9151,174,257101,300+408,660
Delaware1,483-87,6431.65%-629,414646,37290,004+41,444
Arkansas1,747-323,7561.63%-3,193,5601,058,232107,281+125,273
Florida1,462-1,930,2321.63%-21,975,5931,023,18089,871+11731,390
Kansas1,653-298,1971.62%-1,264,760434,131102,357-4,816
Virginia1,096-581,4081.61%-7,616,333892,31068,116+319,357
Hawaii311-27,6991.59%-1,124,866794,46919,563-441
Maine524-45,2271.56%-1,886,4171,403,36333,646-705
New Hampshire866-76,1781.55%-1,665,4421,224,85056,025+31,178
Iowa1,755-365,6231.51%-4,107,6151,301,909115,884+355,536
California1,349-3,584,7201.49%-49,147,6851,243,86090,724+25153,292
Tennessee1,683-779,4491.48%-6,834,8821,000,250114,068+4211,501
Washington665-345,3741.47%-5,320,381698,68145,355-5,061
Oregon542-156,6731.46%-3,798,067900,49937,146+322,284
North Dakota1,900-100,1841.45%-405,782532,479131,464-1,448
Colorado1,037-431,6701.38%-2,590,863449,90174,959-5,970
Montana1,287-100,5311.37%-1,091,5221,021,28094,062+21,375
Minnesota1,168-487,3741.35%-7,465,1991,323,70386,419+146,589
Vermont332-15,6861.32%-1,094,8551,754,60625,138-207
North Carolina1,087-868,0561.31%-10,396,113991,23182,766+3611,399
Wyoming1,178-54,6851.25%-646,1791,116,49194,487-682
Kentucky1,059-408,4401.16%-4,567,7021,022,39091,421+284,732
Wisconsin1,111-565,8081.14%-3,204,956550,45097,177+126,470
Puerto Rico643-183,6761.12%-464,073145,30957,512+52,053
Idaho1,047-172,2881.09%-1,096,824612,04596,139-1,876
Oklahoma1,146-426,6411.06%-3,527,683891,511107,820-4,534
Nebraska1,081-201,9731.04%-970,639501,776104,411-2,092
Alaska409-56,7450.53%-1,724,4842,357,31877,569-299
Utah613-373,3190.53%-3,867,9521,206,489116,445+101,965
Data Sources: WHO, CDC, ECDC, NHC, DXY, JHU, RCP | Population: U.S. Census
Everyone knows this, even the empty headed libber.....
 

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Hey ElmerMudd if masks and lockdowns work, why are the vast majority of China Flu deaths in Dimwinger states?
The disease is being spread in Democratic states by Trump minions not wearing masks.
But, seriously, dumbass, you have been told the highest population states should have the most deaths. The true measurement it is deaths per capita. This metric tells you what states you have the greatest chance of dying from COVID. The top 3 states you have the greatest chance of dying from COVID are Alabama, Kentucky and Mississippi.
You cannot be so stupid you do not understand what I say shows Trump supporting states have done the worst dealing with COVID.

Per capita means nothing.

The death rate is calculated by those who died among the population infected, Stupid.

Look who is leading the way......................


StateDeaths /
1M pop
Total
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
Confirmed Case
Fatality Rate
Total Case
Fatality Rate
TestsTests /
1M pop
Confirmed Cases /
1M pop
New
Deaths
Deaths
New Jersey2,645-802,6692.93%-10,806,3971,216,63790,368+4223,491
New York2,483-1,708,0722.83%-38,897,2651,999,49387,803+12348,307
Massachusetts2,343-586,3102.78%-16,522,3512,377,48784,367+4316,285
Connecticut2,158-284,5002.70%-6,874,2261,928,09979,797+157,693
Pennsylvania1,900-946,4632.57%-10,569,767825,63573,931+5024,324
Michigan1,661-652,5892.54%-11,071,2811,108,58565,345+3916,589
District of Columbia1,451-41,0142.50%-1,241,8161,759,57258,114+11,024
Mississippi2,273-296,1542.28%-2,472,673830,83099,509+216,764
Louisiana2,084-432,5272.24%-6,057,6421,303,05793,041+189,686
Maryland1,310-384,7652.06%-7,982,3501,320,33963,643+37,922
Alabama2,059-498,0762.03%-2,429,838495,563101,582+6510,094
New Mexico1,790-185,8982.02%-2,720,3821,297,37988,657-3,753
Rhode Island2,397-127,7271.99%-3,065,1122,893,359120,570+52,539
Arizona2,224-821,1081.97%-4,238,657582,336112,809+9616,185
Illinois1,807-1,193,2601.92%-18,389,5121,451,21394,166+4922,902
Indiana1,881-664,4461.91%-8,133,5961,208,16098,696+3012,663
Ohio1,484-974,4801.78%-10,144,547867,86483,367-17,346
Georgia1,672-1,017,4281.74%-7,758,916730,77295,826+12517,750
West Virginia1,292-132,6771.74%-2,207,6761,235,30774,240-2,309
Nevada1,625-295,0691.70%-2,746,308891,61395,797+185,005
South Dakota2,143-113,0651.68%-425,486480,960127,806+31,896
Texas1,552-2,685,5141.68%-23,393,254806,77992,617+28144,989
Missouri1,421-523,7701.67%-5,526,137900,39985,340-8,724
South Carolina1,682-521,5631.66%-6,045,9151,174,257101,300+408,660
Delaware1,483-87,6431.65%-629,414646,37290,004+41,444
Arkansas1,747-323,7561.63%-3,193,5601,058,232107,281+125,273
Florida1,462-1,930,2321.63%-21,975,5931,023,18089,871+11731,390
Kansas1,653-298,1971.62%-1,264,760434,131102,357-4,816
Virginia1,096-581,4081.61%-7,616,333892,31068,116+319,357
Hawaii311-27,6991.59%-1,124,866794,46919,563-441
Maine524-45,2271.56%-1,886,4171,403,36333,646-705
New Hampshire866-76,1781.55%-1,665,4421,224,85056,025+31,178
Iowa1,755-365,6231.51%-4,107,6151,301,909115,884+355,536
California1,349-3,584,7201.49%-49,147,6851,243,86090,724+25153,292
Tennessee1,683-779,4491.48%-6,834,8821,000,250114,068+4211,501
Washington665-345,3741.47%-5,320,381698,68145,355-5,061
Oregon542-156,6731.46%-3,798,067900,49937,146+322,284
North Dakota1,900-100,1841.45%-405,782532,479131,464-1,448
Colorado1,037-431,6701.38%-2,590,863449,90174,959-5,970
Montana1,287-100,5311.37%-1,091,5221,021,28094,062+21,375
Minnesota1,168-487,3741.35%-7,465,1991,323,70386,419+146,589
Vermont332-15,6861.32%-1,094,8551,754,60625,138-207
North Carolina1,087-868,0561.31%-10,396,113991,23182,766+3611,399
Wyoming1,178-54,6851.25%-646,1791,116,49194,487-682
Kentucky1,059-408,4401.16%-4,567,7021,022,39091,421+284,732
Wisconsin1,111-565,8081.14%-3,204,956550,45097,177+126,470
Puerto Rico643-183,6761.12%-464,073145,30957,512+52,053
Idaho1,047-172,2881.09%-1,096,824612,04596,139-1,876
Oklahoma1,146-426,6411.06%-3,527,683891,511107,820-4,534
Nebraska1,081-201,9731.04%-970,639501,776104,411-2,092
Alaska409-56,7450.53%-1,724,4842,357,31877,569-299
Utah613-373,3190.53%-3,867,9521,206,489116,445+101,965
Data Sources: WHO, CDC, ECDC, NHC, DXY, JHU, RCP | Population: U.S. Census
There is no cure for stupid. Your leader, Trump, said the more you test the more cases you will find. The states who test the most will have more cases. It is not an consistent metric by state. Per capita death rate is the best comparison of states and countries. Anyone with a half a brain, know this.
Every time you post something, you show your stupidity.
 
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Hey ElmerMudd if masks and lockdowns work, why are the vast majority of China Flu deaths in Dimwinger states?
The disease is being spread in Democratic states by Trump minions not wearing masks.
But, seriously, dumbass, you have been told the highest population states should have the most deaths. The true measurement it is deaths per capita. This metric tells you what states you have the greatest chance of dying from COVID. The top 3 states you have the greatest chance of dying from COVID are Alabama, Kentucky and Mississippi.
You cannot be so stupid you do not understand what I say shows Trump supporting states have done the worst dealing with COVID.

Per capita means nothing.

The death rate is calculated by those who died among the population infected, Stupid.

Look who is leading the way......................


StateDeaths /
1M pop
Total
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
Confirmed Case
Fatality Rate
Total Case
Fatality Rate
TestsTests /
1M pop
Confirmed Cases /
1M pop
New
Deaths
Deaths
New Jersey2,645-802,6692.93%-10,806,3971,216,63790,368+4223,491
New York2,483-1,708,0722.83%-38,897,2651,999,49387,803+12348,307
Massachusetts2,343-586,3102.78%-16,522,3512,377,48784,367+4316,285
Connecticut2,158-284,5002.70%-6,874,2261,928,09979,797+157,693
Pennsylvania1,900-946,4632.57%-10,569,767825,63573,931+5024,324
Michigan1,661-652,5892.54%-11,071,2811,108,58565,345+3916,589
District of Columbia1,451-41,0142.50%-1,241,8161,759,57258,114+11,024
Mississippi2,273-296,1542.28%-2,472,673830,83099,509+216,764
Louisiana2,084-432,5272.24%-6,057,6421,303,05793,041+189,686
Maryland1,310-384,7652.06%-7,982,3501,320,33963,643+37,922
Alabama2,059-498,0762.03%-2,429,838495,563101,582+6510,094
New Mexico1,790-185,8982.02%-2,720,3821,297,37988,657-3,753
Rhode Island2,397-127,7271.99%-3,065,1122,893,359120,570+52,539
Arizona2,224-821,1081.97%-4,238,657582,336112,809+9616,185
Illinois1,807-1,193,2601.92%-18,389,5121,451,21394,166+4922,902
Indiana1,881-664,4461.91%-8,133,5961,208,16098,696+3012,663
Ohio1,484-974,4801.78%-10,144,547867,86483,367-17,346
Georgia1,672-1,017,4281.74%-7,758,916730,77295,826+12517,750
West Virginia1,292-132,6771.74%-2,207,6761,235,30774,240-2,309
Nevada1,625-295,0691.70%-2,746,308891,61395,797+185,005
South Dakota2,143-113,0651.68%-425,486480,960127,806+31,896
Texas1,552-2,685,5141.68%-23,393,254806,77992,617+28144,989
Missouri1,421-523,7701.67%-5,526,137900,39985,340-8,724
South Carolina1,682-521,5631.66%-6,045,9151,174,257101,300+408,660
Delaware1,483-87,6431.65%-629,414646,37290,004+41,444
Arkansas1,747-323,7561.63%-3,193,5601,058,232107,281+125,273
Florida1,462-1,930,2321.63%-21,975,5931,023,18089,871+11731,390
Kansas1,653-298,1971.62%-1,264,760434,131102,357-4,816
Virginia1,096-581,4081.61%-7,616,333892,31068,116+319,357
Hawaii311-27,6991.59%-1,124,866794,46919,563-441
Maine524-45,2271.56%-1,886,4171,403,36333,646-705
New Hampshire866-76,1781.55%-1,665,4421,224,85056,025+31,178
Iowa1,755-365,6231.51%-4,107,6151,301,909115,884+355,536
California1,349-3,584,7201.49%-49,147,6851,243,86090,724+25153,292
Tennessee1,683-779,4491.48%-6,834,8821,000,250114,068+4211,501
Washington665-345,3741.47%-5,320,381698,68145,355-5,061
Oregon542-156,6731.46%-3,798,067900,49937,146+322,284
North Dakota1,900-100,1841.45%-405,782532,479131,464-1,448
Colorado1,037-431,6701.38%-2,590,863449,90174,959-5,970
Montana1,287-100,5311.37%-1,091,5221,021,28094,062+21,375
Minnesota1,168-487,3741.35%-7,465,1991,323,70386,419+146,589
Vermont332-15,6861.32%-1,094,8551,754,60625,138-207
North Carolina1,087-868,0561.31%-10,396,113991,23182,766+3611,399
Wyoming1,178-54,6851.25%-646,1791,116,49194,487-682
Kentucky1,059-408,4401.16%-4,567,7021,022,39091,421+284,732
Wisconsin1,111-565,8081.14%-3,204,956550,45097,177+126,470
Puerto Rico643-183,6761.12%-464,073145,30957,512+52,053
Idaho1,047-172,2881.09%-1,096,824612,04596,139-1,876
Oklahoma1,146-426,6411.06%-3,527,683891,511107,820-4,534
Nebraska1,081-201,9731.04%-970,639501,776104,411-2,092
Alaska409-56,7450.53%-1,724,4842,357,31877,569-299
Utah613-373,3190.53%-3,867,9521,206,489116,445+101,965
Data Sources: WHO, CDC, ECDC, NHC, DXY, JHU, RCP | Population: U.S. Census
There is no cure for stupid. Your leader, Trump, said the more you test the more cases you will find. The states who test the most will have more cases. It is not an consistent metric by state. Per capita death rate is the best comparison of states and countries. Anyone with a half a brain, know this.
Every time you post something, you show your stupidity.
There is no cure for stupid.

Yours is definitely terminal.
 

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Dems claim rightwingers refuse to wear masks. Then explain why more people died in lefty states.

Bring some science, not "ORANGE MAN BAD"!


StateDeaths /
1M pop
Total
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
Confirmed Case
Fatality Rate
Total Case
Fatality Rate
TestsTests /
1M pop
Confirmed Cases /
1M pop
New
Deaths
Deaths
California1,336-3,563,6181.48%-48,897,1901,237,52190,190-52,782
New York2,470-1,693,5802.84%-38,409,1071,974,40087,058-48,042
Texas1,533-2,672,2661.66%-23,204,166800,25792,160-44,453
Florida1,450-1,918,1001.62%-21,901,6031,019,73589,306-31,142
Pennsylvania1,890-940,8312.57%-10,476,323818,33673,491-24,193
New Jersey2,626-795,7852.93%-10,690,6251,203,60289,593-23,321
Illinois1,800-1,189,4161.92%-18,234,6681,438,99393,863-22,803
Georgia1,646-1,011,8071.73%-7,712,024726,35695,297-17,480
Ohio1,484-970,5831.79%-10,084,481862,72583,033-17,346
Michigan1,657-649,0572.55%-10,985,6141,100,00764,991-16,544
Massachusetts2,329-582,8442.78%-16,317,9372,348,07383,868-16,182
Arizona2,206-818,6701.96%-4,210,980578,533112,474-16,060
Indiana1,875-662,7501.90%-8,056,1121,196,65098,445-12,623
Tennessee1,674-776,3371.47%-6,797,475994,776113,613-11,436
North Carolina1,076-863,4091.31%-10,311,881983,20082,323-11,288
Alabama2,045-497,1542.02%-2,423,471494,265101,394+3810,029
Louisiana2,075-431,2712.24%-6,004,9991,291,73392,771-9,647
Virginia1,048-578,5591.55%-7,547,695884,26967,783-8,943
South Carolina1,666-518,8231.65%-5,999,5331,165,249100,767-8,576
Missouri1,394-522,5811.64%-5,490,487894,59185,147-8,555
Maryland1,310-383,9562.06%-7,948,6271,314,76163,509+147,919
Connecticut2,148-283,1282.70%-6,804,9291,908,66279,412-7,658
Mississippi2,266-295,6752.28%-2,472,673830,83099,348+196,743
Minnesota1,163-485,6551.35%-7,376,4641,307,96986,115-6,558
Wisconsin1,106-564,5921.14%-3,196,304548,96496,968-6,440
Colorado1,035-430,6151.38%-2,585,390448,95174,776-5,959
Iowa1,743-364,8921.51%-4,088,2201,295,762115,653-5,498
Arkansas1,741-322,9491.63%-3,169,4491,050,243107,014-5,254
Washington664-344,6601.47%-5,301,508696,20345,261-5,059
Nevada1,613-294,2891.69%-2,729,627886,19895,544-4,967
Kansas1,630-296,9541.60%-1,259,105432,190101,930-4,750
Kentucky1,046-406,2011.15%-4,521,2491,011,99290,920-4,671
Oklahoma1,146-424,9991.07%-3,516,251888,622107,405-4,534
New Mexico1,784-185,5422.02%-2,710,1511,292,50088,487-3,740
Rhode Island2,384-126,8491.99%-3,022,3062,852,952119,741-2,525
West Virginia1,292-132,4161.74%-2,198,2261,230,02074,094+82,309
Oregon528-156,0371.43%-3,760,400891,56836,995-2,225
Nebraska1,077-201,3461.04%-967,551500,179104,087-2,084
Puerto Rico641-183,4321.12%-464,073145,30957,436+82,048
Utah608-371,9790.52%-3,828,3221,194,127116,027-1,949
South Dakota2,134-112,6521.68%-423,463478,674127,339-1,888
Idaho1,044-171,8361.09%-1,092,871609,83995,887-1,871
North Dakota1,899-99,9571.45%-405,387531,961131,166-1,447
Delaware1,464-87,1931.64%-627,084643,97989,542-1,426
Montana1,284-100,1581.37%-1,081,5621,011,96193,713-1,372
New Hampshire860-75,8031.54%-1,662,7421,222,86455,749-1,170
District of Columbia1,450-40,8182.51%-1,233,9831,748,47357,836+41,023
Maine524-45,0911.56%-1,871,6101,392,34733,545+2705
Wyoming1,178-54,5271.25%-641,3801,108,19994,214-682
Hawaii310-27,6231.59%-1,120,660791,49819,510-439
Alaska409-56,4280.53%-1,704,6602,330,21977,135-299
Vermont330-15,3721.34%-1,078,8401,728,94124,635-20
How do you people not get the basic concept of densely populated areas? My god. The retardation of this board.
 

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Population density

Go figure
And your evidence of that is? And what difference would that make anyway if these methods are effective?
For fuck sake. No one said these methods were always guaranteed to work. They just slow the overall spread. And fucking of course population density is going to be a major contributing factor.
 
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Dems claim rightwingers refuse to wear masks. Then explain why more people died in lefty states.

Bring some science, not "ORANGE MAN BAD"!


StateDeaths /
1M pop
Total
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
Confirmed Case
Fatality Rate
Total Case
Fatality Rate
TestsTests /
1M pop
Confirmed Cases /
1M pop
New
Deaths
Deaths
California1,336-3,563,6181.48%-48,897,1901,237,52190,190-52,782
New York2,470-1,693,5802.84%-38,409,1071,974,40087,058-48,042
Texas1,533-2,672,2661.66%-23,204,166800,25792,160-44,453
Florida1,450-1,918,1001.62%-21,901,6031,019,73589,306-31,142
Pennsylvania1,890-940,8312.57%-10,476,323818,33673,491-24,193
New Jersey2,626-795,7852.93%-10,690,6251,203,60289,593-23,321
Illinois1,800-1,189,4161.92%-18,234,6681,438,99393,863-22,803
Georgia1,646-1,011,8071.73%-7,712,024726,35695,297-17,480
Ohio1,484-970,5831.79%-10,084,481862,72583,033-17,346
Michigan1,657-649,0572.55%-10,985,6141,100,00764,991-16,544
Massachusetts2,329-582,8442.78%-16,317,9372,348,07383,868-16,182
Arizona2,206-818,6701.96%-4,210,980578,533112,474-16,060
Indiana1,875-662,7501.90%-8,056,1121,196,65098,445-12,623
Tennessee1,674-776,3371.47%-6,797,475994,776113,613-11,436
North Carolina1,076-863,4091.31%-10,311,881983,20082,323-11,288
Alabama2,045-497,1542.02%-2,423,471494,265101,394+3810,029
Louisiana2,075-431,2712.24%-6,004,9991,291,73392,771-9,647
Virginia1,048-578,5591.55%-7,547,695884,26967,783-8,943
South Carolina1,666-518,8231.65%-5,999,5331,165,249100,767-8,576
Missouri1,394-522,5811.64%-5,490,487894,59185,147-8,555
Maryland1,310-383,9562.06%-7,948,6271,314,76163,509+147,919
Connecticut2,148-283,1282.70%-6,804,9291,908,66279,412-7,658
Mississippi2,266-295,6752.28%-2,472,673830,83099,348+196,743
Minnesota1,163-485,6551.35%-7,376,4641,307,96986,115-6,558
Wisconsin1,106-564,5921.14%-3,196,304548,96496,968-6,440
Colorado1,035-430,6151.38%-2,585,390448,95174,776-5,959
Iowa1,743-364,8921.51%-4,088,2201,295,762115,653-5,498
Arkansas1,741-322,9491.63%-3,169,4491,050,243107,014-5,254
Washington664-344,6601.47%-5,301,508696,20345,261-5,059
Nevada1,613-294,2891.69%-2,729,627886,19895,544-4,967
Kansas1,630-296,9541.60%-1,259,105432,190101,930-4,750
Kentucky1,046-406,2011.15%-4,521,2491,011,99290,920-4,671
Oklahoma1,146-424,9991.07%-3,516,251888,622107,405-4,534
New Mexico1,784-185,5422.02%-2,710,1511,292,50088,487-3,740
Rhode Island2,384-126,8491.99%-3,022,3062,852,952119,741-2,525
West Virginia1,292-132,4161.74%-2,198,2261,230,02074,094+82,309
Oregon528-156,0371.43%-3,760,400891,56836,995-2,225
Nebraska1,077-201,3461.04%-967,551500,179104,087-2,084
Puerto Rico641-183,4321.12%-464,073145,30957,436+82,048
Utah608-371,9790.52%-3,828,3221,194,127116,027-1,949
South Dakota2,134-112,6521.68%-423,463478,674127,339-1,888
Idaho1,044-171,8361.09%-1,092,871609,83995,887-1,871
North Dakota1,899-99,9571.45%-405,387531,961131,166-1,447
Delaware1,464-87,1931.64%-627,084643,97989,542-1,426
Montana1,284-100,1581.37%-1,081,5621,011,96193,713-1,372
New Hampshire860-75,8031.54%-1,662,7421,222,86455,749-1,170
District of Columbia1,450-40,8182.51%-1,233,9831,748,47357,836+41,023
Maine524-45,0911.56%-1,871,6101,392,34733,545+2705
Wyoming1,178-54,5271.25%-641,3801,108,19994,214-682
Hawaii310-27,6231.59%-1,120,660791,49819,510-439
Alaska409-56,4280.53%-1,704,6602,330,21977,135-299
Vermont330-15,3721.34%-1,078,8401,728,94124,635-20
How do you people not get the basic concept of densely populated areas? My god. The retardation of this board.
You think Dimtard states are the only ones with cities?

And once again................IF MASKS AND SHUTDOWNS WORK.....................
 

lantern2814

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Population density

Go figure
And your evidence of that is? And what difference would that make anyway if these methods are effective?
The next time you get on an elevator, try to maintain 6' distancing.
Did you look at the chart he posted? It blatantly contradicts your position.
My position?
You clearly inferred you were agreeing with what RW said
Mmmm ok.
So what was the point of your comment? Just bored this morning?
Now that you're talking to me....yes.

If you think that population density doesn't matter, explain how you can maintain the recommended 6' spacing in an elevator in an apartment building.

This is the part where you make a snide comment as per usual.
Ummm....you don't take an elevator if someone else is in it. Ummm....you stay in your apartment? What is there to understand? Or you live your life...
Or tell them the thing they really don’t want to hear. Take the stairs.
 

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None of you liberal cucks find it odd we went from 35 million cases of the flu to 28 cases of the flu in a year? Just as the Covid hit??

Nothing to see here? 35 million to two eight?

Biden said we trust science over facts. Is that what you fools are doing?
Amazing what happens when you have a society washing it's hands, wearing masks, getting vaccinated, practicing social distancing, not attending mass gatherings, etc... Also...thanks in part to your blob, we have less immune compromised individuals now than in years past. There are almost no instances of the 400,000 who died under your blob's watch contracting the disease.

I swear; you people are as dumb as you are angry.
Yes, but there have been millions of COVID cases.

Explain how there are millions of COVID cases but at the same time only 28 Influenza cases. If your theory held any water, there would have been only a few COVID cases.
Not even remotely true given the influenza virus presents as a variant from season to season and the Covid 19 is novel.
Psssss...pssss....in case you haven't notice Covid 19 is also presenting as variants----lots and lots of variants.
Psss.psss...in case you haven't noticed the vaccine that our scientists (the same experts you said we should ignore) have developed a vaccine and it's effective to the variants. It'll be (on a percentage basis) somewhat effective against next year's strain as well.
 

Billy000

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Dems claim rightwingers refuse to wear masks. Then explain why more people died in lefty states.

Bring some science, not "ORANGE MAN BAD"!


StateDeaths /
1M pop
Total
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
Confirmed Case
Fatality Rate
Total Case
Fatality Rate
TestsTests /
1M pop
Confirmed Cases /
1M pop
New
Deaths
Deaths
California1,336-3,563,6181.48%-48,897,1901,237,52190,190-52,782
New York2,470-1,693,5802.84%-38,409,1071,974,40087,058-48,042
Texas1,533-2,672,2661.66%-23,204,166800,25792,160-44,453
Florida1,450-1,918,1001.62%-21,901,6031,019,73589,306-31,142
Pennsylvania1,890-940,8312.57%-10,476,323818,33673,491-24,193
New Jersey2,626-795,7852.93%-10,690,6251,203,60289,593-23,321
Illinois1,800-1,189,4161.92%-18,234,6681,438,99393,863-22,803
Georgia1,646-1,011,8071.73%-7,712,024726,35695,297-17,480
Ohio1,484-970,5831.79%-10,084,481862,72583,033-17,346
Michigan1,657-649,0572.55%-10,985,6141,100,00764,991-16,544
Massachusetts2,329-582,8442.78%-16,317,9372,348,07383,868-16,182
Arizona2,206-818,6701.96%-4,210,980578,533112,474-16,060
Indiana1,875-662,7501.90%-8,056,1121,196,65098,445-12,623
Tennessee1,674-776,3371.47%-6,797,475994,776113,613-11,436
North Carolina1,076-863,4091.31%-10,311,881983,20082,323-11,288
Alabama2,045-497,1542.02%-2,423,471494,265101,394+3810,029
Louisiana2,075-431,2712.24%-6,004,9991,291,73392,771-9,647
Virginia1,048-578,5591.55%-7,547,695884,26967,783-8,943
South Carolina1,666-518,8231.65%-5,999,5331,165,249100,767-8,576
Missouri1,394-522,5811.64%-5,490,487894,59185,147-8,555
Maryland1,310-383,9562.06%-7,948,6271,314,76163,509+147,919
Connecticut2,148-283,1282.70%-6,804,9291,908,66279,412-7,658
Mississippi2,266-295,6752.28%-2,472,673830,83099,348+196,743
Minnesota1,163-485,6551.35%-7,376,4641,307,96986,115-6,558
Wisconsin1,106-564,5921.14%-3,196,304548,96496,968-6,440
Colorado1,035-430,6151.38%-2,585,390448,95174,776-5,959
Iowa1,743-364,8921.51%-4,088,2201,295,762115,653-5,498
Arkansas1,741-322,9491.63%-3,169,4491,050,243107,014-5,254
Washington664-344,6601.47%-5,301,508696,20345,261-5,059
Nevada1,613-294,2891.69%-2,729,627886,19895,544-4,967
Kansas1,630-296,9541.60%-1,259,105432,190101,930-4,750
Kentucky1,046-406,2011.15%-4,521,2491,011,99290,920-4,671
Oklahoma1,146-424,9991.07%-3,516,251888,622107,405-4,534
New Mexico1,784-185,5422.02%-2,710,1511,292,50088,487-3,740
Rhode Island2,384-126,8491.99%-3,022,3062,852,952119,741-2,525
West Virginia1,292-132,4161.74%-2,198,2261,230,02074,094+82,309
Oregon528-156,0371.43%-3,760,400891,56836,995-2,225
Nebraska1,077-201,3461.04%-967,551500,179104,087-2,084
Puerto Rico641-183,4321.12%-464,073145,30957,436+82,048
Utah608-371,9790.52%-3,828,3221,194,127116,027-1,949
South Dakota2,134-112,6521.68%-423,463478,674127,339-1,888
Idaho1,044-171,8361.09%-1,092,871609,83995,887-1,871
North Dakota1,899-99,9571.45%-405,387531,961131,166-1,447
Delaware1,464-87,1931.64%-627,084643,97989,542-1,426
Montana1,284-100,1581.37%-1,081,5621,011,96193,713-1,372
New Hampshire860-75,8031.54%-1,662,7421,222,86455,749-1,170
District of Columbia1,450-40,8182.51%-1,233,9831,748,47357,836+41,023
Maine524-45,0911.56%-1,871,6101,392,34733,545+2705
Wyoming1,178-54,5271.25%-641,3801,108,19994,214-682
Hawaii310-27,6231.59%-1,120,660791,49819,510-439
Alaska409-56,4280.53%-1,704,6602,330,21977,135-299
Vermont330-15,3721.34%-1,078,8401,728,94124,635-20
How do you people not get the basic concept of densely populated areas? My god. The retardation of this board.
You think Dimtard states are the only ones with cities?

And once again................IF MASKS AND SHUTDOWNS WORK.....................
Uhh yeah left wing states have bigger cities. This shit isn’t hard to figure out.

Also, no one EVER said wearing masks or shutdowns were guaranteed to stop the spread. They just work to SLOW the spread and reduce new cases.
 

ElmerMudd

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Dems claim rightwingers refuse to wear masks. Then explain why more people died in lefty states.

Bring some science, not "ORANGE MAN BAD"!


StateDeaths /
1M pop
Total
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
Confirmed Case
Fatality Rate
Total Case
Fatality Rate
TestsTests /
1M pop
Confirmed Cases /
1M pop
New
Deaths
Deaths
California1,336-3,563,6181.48%-48,897,1901,237,52190,190-52,782
New York2,470-1,693,5802.84%-38,409,1071,974,40087,058-48,042
Texas1,533-2,672,2661.66%-23,204,166800,25792,160-44,453
Florida1,450-1,918,1001.62%-21,901,6031,019,73589,306-31,142
Pennsylvania1,890-940,8312.57%-10,476,323818,33673,491-24,193
New Jersey2,626-795,7852.93%-10,690,6251,203,60289,593-23,321
Illinois1,800-1,189,4161.92%-18,234,6681,438,99393,863-22,803
Georgia1,646-1,011,8071.73%-7,712,024726,35695,297-17,480
Ohio1,484-970,5831.79%-10,084,481862,72583,033-17,346
Michigan1,657-649,0572.55%-10,985,6141,100,00764,991-16,544
Massachusetts2,329-582,8442.78%-16,317,9372,348,07383,868-16,182
Arizona2,206-818,6701.96%-4,210,980578,533112,474-16,060
Indiana1,875-662,7501.90%-8,056,1121,196,65098,445-12,623
Tennessee1,674-776,3371.47%-6,797,475994,776113,613-11,436
North Carolina1,076-863,4091.31%-10,311,881983,20082,323-11,288
Alabama2,045-497,1542.02%-2,423,471494,265101,394+3810,029
Louisiana2,075-431,2712.24%-6,004,9991,291,73392,771-9,647
Virginia1,048-578,5591.55%-7,547,695884,26967,783-8,943
South Carolina1,666-518,8231.65%-5,999,5331,165,249100,767-8,576
Missouri1,394-522,5811.64%-5,490,487894,59185,147-8,555
Maryland1,310-383,9562.06%-7,948,6271,314,76163,509+147,919
Connecticut2,148-283,1282.70%-6,804,9291,908,66279,412-7,658
Mississippi2,266-295,6752.28%-2,472,673830,83099,348+196,743
Minnesota1,163-485,6551.35%-7,376,4641,307,96986,115-6,558
Wisconsin1,106-564,5921.14%-3,196,304548,96496,968-6,440
Colorado1,035-430,6151.38%-2,585,390448,95174,776-5,959
Iowa1,743-364,8921.51%-4,088,2201,295,762115,653-5,498
Arkansas1,741-322,9491.63%-3,169,4491,050,243107,014-5,254
Washington664-344,6601.47%-5,301,508696,20345,261-5,059
Nevada1,613-294,2891.69%-2,729,627886,19895,544-4,967
Kansas1,630-296,9541.60%-1,259,105432,190101,930-4,750
Kentucky1,046-406,2011.15%-4,521,2491,011,99290,920-4,671
Oklahoma1,146-424,9991.07%-3,516,251888,622107,405-4,534
New Mexico1,784-185,5422.02%-2,710,1511,292,50088,487-3,740
Rhode Island2,384-126,8491.99%-3,022,3062,852,952119,741-2,525
West Virginia1,292-132,4161.74%-2,198,2261,230,02074,094+82,309
Oregon528-156,0371.43%-3,760,400891,56836,995-2,225
Nebraska1,077-201,3461.04%-967,551500,179104,087-2,084
Puerto Rico641-183,4321.12%-464,073145,30957,436+82,048
Utah608-371,9790.52%-3,828,3221,194,127116,027-1,949
South Dakota2,134-112,6521.68%-423,463478,674127,339-1,888
Idaho1,044-171,8361.09%-1,092,871609,83995,887-1,871
North Dakota1,899-99,9571.45%-405,387531,961131,166-1,447
Delaware1,464-87,1931.64%-627,084643,97989,542-1,426
Montana1,284-100,1581.37%-1,081,5621,011,96193,713-1,372
New Hampshire860-75,8031.54%-1,662,7421,222,86455,749-1,170
District of Columbia1,450-40,8182.51%-1,233,9831,748,47357,836+41,023
Maine524-45,0911.56%-1,871,6101,392,34733,545+2705
Wyoming1,178-54,5271.25%-641,3801,108,19994,214-682
Hawaii310-27,6231.59%-1,120,660791,49819,510-439
Alaska409-56,4280.53%-1,704,6602,330,21977,135-299
Vermont330-15,3721.34%-1,078,8401,728,94124,635-20
How do you people not get the basic concept of densely populated areas? My god. The retardation of this board.
You think Dimtard states are the only ones with cities?

And once again................IF MASKS AND SHUTDOWNS WORK.....................
Nostra, did you take basic math before dropping out of school? I hope so. Do you remember fractions and "common denominator". States with different populations, different COVID testing protocol, different medical systems, different COVID mitigation protocol cannot be compared without a common denominator. That common denominator is an equal number that is a segment of the population; 10,000 people, 100,000 people etc. That is Deaths per capita. It is simple math dumb shit,
 

danielpalos

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Dems claim rightwingers refuse to wear masks. Then explain why more people died in lefty states.

Bring some science, not "ORANGE MAN BAD"!


StateDeaths /
1M pop
Total
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
Confirmed Case
Fatality Rate
Total Case
Fatality Rate
TestsTests /
1M pop
Confirmed Cases /
1M pop
New
Deaths
Deaths
California1,336-3,563,6181.48%-48,897,1901,237,52190,190-52,782
New York2,470-1,693,5802.84%-38,409,1071,974,40087,058-48,042
Texas1,533-2,672,2661.66%-23,204,166800,25792,160-44,453
Florida1,450-1,918,1001.62%-21,901,6031,019,73589,306-31,142
Pennsylvania1,890-940,8312.57%-10,476,323818,33673,491-24,193
New Jersey2,626-795,7852.93%-10,690,6251,203,60289,593-23,321
Illinois1,800-1,189,4161.92%-18,234,6681,438,99393,863-22,803
Georgia1,646-1,011,8071.73%-7,712,024726,35695,297-17,480
Ohio1,484-970,5831.79%-10,084,481862,72583,033-17,346
Michigan1,657-649,0572.55%-10,985,6141,100,00764,991-16,544
Massachusetts2,329-582,8442.78%-16,317,9372,348,07383,868-16,182
Arizona2,206-818,6701.96%-4,210,980578,533112,474-16,060
Indiana1,875-662,7501.90%-8,056,1121,196,65098,445-12,623
Tennessee1,674-776,3371.47%-6,797,475994,776113,613-11,436
North Carolina1,076-863,4091.31%-10,311,881983,20082,323-11,288
Alabama2,045-497,1542.02%-2,423,471494,265101,394+3810,029
Louisiana2,075-431,2712.24%-6,004,9991,291,73392,771-9,647
Virginia1,048-578,5591.55%-7,547,695884,26967,783-8,943
South Carolina1,666-518,8231.65%-5,999,5331,165,249100,767-8,576
Missouri1,394-522,5811.64%-5,490,487894,59185,147-8,555
Maryland1,310-383,9562.06%-7,948,6271,314,76163,509+147,919
Connecticut2,148-283,1282.70%-6,804,9291,908,66279,412-7,658
Mississippi2,266-295,6752.28%-2,472,673830,83099,348+196,743
Minnesota1,163-485,6551.35%-7,376,4641,307,96986,115-6,558
Wisconsin1,106-564,5921.14%-3,196,304548,96496,968-6,440
Colorado1,035-430,6151.38%-2,585,390448,95174,776-5,959
Iowa1,743-364,8921.51%-4,088,2201,295,762115,653-5,498
Arkansas1,741-322,9491.63%-3,169,4491,050,243107,014-5,254
Washington664-344,6601.47%-5,301,508696,20345,261-5,059
Nevada1,613-294,2891.69%-2,729,627886,19895,544-4,967
Kansas1,630-296,9541.60%-1,259,105432,190101,930-4,750
Kentucky1,046-406,2011.15%-4,521,2491,011,99290,920-4,671
Oklahoma1,146-424,9991.07%-3,516,251888,622107,405-4,534
New Mexico1,784-185,5422.02%-2,710,1511,292,50088,487-3,740
Rhode Island2,384-126,8491.99%-3,022,3062,852,952119,741-2,525
West Virginia1,292-132,4161.74%-2,198,2261,230,02074,094+82,309
Oregon528-156,0371.43%-3,760,400891,56836,995-2,225
Nebraska1,077-201,3461.04%-967,551500,179104,087-2,084
Puerto Rico641-183,4321.12%-464,073145,30957,436+82,048
Utah608-371,9790.52%-3,828,3221,194,127116,027-1,949
South Dakota2,134-112,6521.68%-423,463478,674127,339-1,888
Idaho1,044-171,8361.09%-1,092,871609,83995,887-1,871
North Dakota1,899-99,9571.45%-405,387531,961131,166-1,447
Delaware1,464-87,1931.64%-627,084643,97989,542-1,426
Montana1,284-100,1581.37%-1,081,5621,011,96193,713-1,372
New Hampshire860-75,8031.54%-1,662,7421,222,86455,749-1,170
District of Columbia1,450-40,8182.51%-1,233,9831,748,47357,836+41,023
Maine524-45,0911.56%-1,871,6101,392,34733,545+2705
Wyoming1,178-54,5271.25%-641,3801,108,19994,214-682
Hawaii310-27,6231.59%-1,120,660791,49819,510-439
Alaska409-56,4280.53%-1,704,6602,330,21977,135-299
Vermont330-15,3721.34%-1,078,8401,728,94124,635-20
Right wing States are also in the top ten.
 
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None of you liberal cucks find it odd we went from 35 million cases of the flu to 28 cases of the flu in a year? Just as the Covid hit??

Nothing to see here? 35 million to two eight?

Biden said we trust science over facts. Is that what you fools are doing?
Amazing what happens when you have a society washing it's hands, wearing masks, getting vaccinated, practicing social distancing, not attending mass gatherings, etc... Also...thanks in part to your blob, we have less immune compromised individuals now than in years past. There are almost no instances of the 400,000 who died under your blob's watch contracting the disease.

I swear; you people are as dumb as you are angry.
Yes, but there have been millions of COVID cases.

Explain how there are millions of COVID cases but at the same time only 28 Influenza cases. If your theory held any water, there would have been only a few COVID cases.
Not even remotely true given the influenza virus presents as a variant from season to season and the Covid 19 is novel.
Psssss...pssss....in case you haven't notice Covid 19 is also presenting as variants----lots and lots of variants.
Psss.psss...in case you haven't noticed the vaccine that our scientists (the same experts you said we should ignore) have developed a vaccine and it's effective to the variants. It'll be (on a percentage basis) somewhat effective against next year's strain as well.
Thank you, President Trump.
 
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Dems claim rightwingers refuse to wear masks. Then explain why more people died in lefty states.

Bring some science, not "ORANGE MAN BAD"!


StateDeaths /
1M pop
Total
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
Confirmed Case
Fatality Rate
Total Case
Fatality Rate
TestsTests /
1M pop
Confirmed Cases /
1M pop
New
Deaths
Deaths
California1,336-3,563,6181.48%-48,897,1901,237,52190,190-52,782
New York2,470-1,693,5802.84%-38,409,1071,974,40087,058-48,042
Texas1,533-2,672,2661.66%-23,204,166800,25792,160-44,453
Florida1,450-1,918,1001.62%-21,901,6031,019,73589,306-31,142
Pennsylvania1,890-940,8312.57%-10,476,323818,33673,491-24,193
New Jersey2,626-795,7852.93%-10,690,6251,203,60289,593-23,321
Illinois1,800-1,189,4161.92%-18,234,6681,438,99393,863-22,803
Georgia1,646-1,011,8071.73%-7,712,024726,35695,297-17,480
Ohio1,484-970,5831.79%-10,084,481862,72583,033-17,346
Michigan1,657-649,0572.55%-10,985,6141,100,00764,991-16,544
Massachusetts2,329-582,8442.78%-16,317,9372,348,07383,868-16,182
Arizona2,206-818,6701.96%-4,210,980578,533112,474-16,060
Indiana1,875-662,7501.90%-8,056,1121,196,65098,445-12,623
Tennessee1,674-776,3371.47%-6,797,475994,776113,613-11,436
North Carolina1,076-863,4091.31%-10,311,881983,20082,323-11,288
Alabama2,045-497,1542.02%-2,423,471494,265101,394+3810,029
Louisiana2,075-431,2712.24%-6,004,9991,291,73392,771-9,647
Virginia1,048-578,5591.55%-7,547,695884,26967,783-8,943
South Carolina1,666-518,8231.65%-5,999,5331,165,249100,767-8,576
Missouri1,394-522,5811.64%-5,490,487894,59185,147-8,555
Maryland1,310-383,9562.06%-7,948,6271,314,76163,509+147,919
Connecticut2,148-283,1282.70%-6,804,9291,908,66279,412-7,658
Mississippi2,266-295,6752.28%-2,472,673830,83099,348+196,743
Minnesota1,163-485,6551.35%-7,376,4641,307,96986,115-6,558
Wisconsin1,106-564,5921.14%-3,196,304548,96496,968-6,440
Colorado1,035-430,6151.38%-2,585,390448,95174,776-5,959
Iowa1,743-364,8921.51%-4,088,2201,295,762115,653-5,498
Arkansas1,741-322,9491.63%-3,169,4491,050,243107,014-5,254
Washington664-344,6601.47%-5,301,508696,20345,261-5,059
Nevada1,613-294,2891.69%-2,729,627886,19895,544-4,967
Kansas1,630-296,9541.60%-1,259,105432,190101,930-4,750
Kentucky1,046-406,2011.15%-4,521,2491,011,99290,920-4,671
Oklahoma1,146-424,9991.07%-3,516,251888,622107,405-4,534
New Mexico1,784-185,5422.02%-2,710,1511,292,50088,487-3,740
Rhode Island2,384-126,8491.99%-3,022,3062,852,952119,741-2,525
West Virginia1,292-132,4161.74%-2,198,2261,230,02074,094+82,309
Oregon528-156,0371.43%-3,760,400891,56836,995-2,225
Nebraska1,077-201,3461.04%-967,551500,179104,087-2,084
Puerto Rico641-183,4321.12%-464,073145,30957,436+82,048
Utah608-371,9790.52%-3,828,3221,194,127116,027-1,949
South Dakota2,134-112,6521.68%-423,463478,674127,339-1,888
Idaho1,044-171,8361.09%-1,092,871609,83995,887-1,871
North Dakota1,899-99,9571.45%-405,387531,961131,166-1,447
Delaware1,464-87,1931.64%-627,084643,97989,542-1,426
Montana1,284-100,1581.37%-1,081,5621,011,96193,713-1,372
New Hampshire860-75,8031.54%-1,662,7421,222,86455,749-1,170
District of Columbia1,450-40,8182.51%-1,233,9831,748,47357,836+41,023
Maine524-45,0911.56%-1,871,6101,392,34733,545+2705
Wyoming1,178-54,5271.25%-641,3801,108,19994,214-682
Hawaii310-27,6231.59%-1,120,660791,49819,510-439
Alaska409-56,4280.53%-1,704,6602,330,21977,135-299
Vermont330-15,3721.34%-1,078,8401,728,94124,635-20
Right wing States are also in the top ten.
Nobody said they weren’t.

The fact remains the vast majority of China Flu deaths are in Dimwinger run states.
 

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The fact remains the vast majority of China Flu deaths are in Dimwinger run states.
Since June...the vast majority of deaths have been in RED states junior.

Ya know...the ones resisting masks and distancing

And oh yea...for a big chunk of that March thru June 1 period NO ONE was wearing masks and if they were they were flimsy home made cut up Tshirts
 

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None of you liberal cucks find it odd we went from 35 million cases of the flu to 28 cases of the flu in a year? Just as the Covid hit??

Nothing to see here? 35 million to two eight?

Biden said we trust science over facts. Is that what you fools are doing?
Amazing what happens when you have a society washing it's hands, wearing masks, getting vaccinated, practicing social distancing, not attending mass gatherings, etc... Also...thanks in part to your blob, we have less immune compromised individuals now than in years past. There are almost no instances of the 400,000 who died under your blob's watch contracting the disease.

I swear; you people are as dumb as you are angry.
Yes, but there have been millions of COVID cases.

Explain how there are millions of COVID cases but at the same time only 28 Influenza cases. If your theory held any water, there would have been only a few COVID cases.
Not even remotely true given the influenza virus presents as a variant from season to season and the Covid 19 is novel.
Psssss...pssss....in case you haven't notice Covid 19 is also presenting as variants----lots and lots of variants.
Psss.psss...in case you haven't noticed the vaccine that our scientists (the same experts you said we should ignore) have developed a vaccine and it's effective to the variants. It'll be (on a percentage basis) somewhat effective against next year's strain as well.
Thank you, President Trump.
Sorry. Can't give the blob credit for something he didn't do. That was the rule with the black guy. Can't have different rules for different ethnicities.
 
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None of you liberal cucks find it odd we went from 35 million cases of the flu to 28 cases of the flu in a year? Just as the Covid hit??

Nothing to see here? 35 million to two eight?

Biden said we trust science over facts. Is that what you fools are doing?
Amazing what happens when you have a society washing it's hands, wearing masks, getting vaccinated, practicing social distancing, not attending mass gatherings, etc... Also...thanks in part to your blob, we have less immune compromised individuals now than in years past. There are almost no instances of the 400,000 who died under your blob's watch contracting the disease.

I swear; you people are as dumb as you are angry.
Yes, but there have been millions of COVID cases.

Explain how there are millions of COVID cases but at the same time only 28 Influenza cases. If your theory held any water, there would have been only a few COVID cases.
Not even remotely true given the influenza virus presents as a variant from season to season and the Covid 19 is novel.
Psssss...pssss....in case you haven't notice Covid 19 is also presenting as variants----lots and lots of variants.
Psss.psss...in case you haven't noticed the vaccine that our scientists (the same experts you said we should ignore) have developed a vaccine and it's effective to the variants. It'll be (on a percentage basis) somewhat effective against next year's strain as well.
Thank you, President Trump.
Sorry. Can't give the blob credit for something he didn't do. That was the rule with the black guy. Can't have different rules for different ethnicities.
The Trump vaccine is saving millions of lives.

Deal with it.
 

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no you didn't read the post you fking idiot. Here was the line in the Post I responded to " Colonelanus does not know the difference between a novel virus and a virus "

I said, neither do you.

Now tell me where I was included in any of that. you're such a fkwad. You must have to wipe yourself hourly.
My mistake Jshit. I thought the post was from Colonelanus. Easy mistake to make, you both spew the same bullshit.
You are a horses ass for throwing your fellow minion, Colonelanus, under the bus as not knowing the difference between a novel virus and a virus and the implications.
Jshit, why don't you tell us the difference between a novel virus and a virus and the implications.
Such vulgar language coming out your pelosi.
I try to use the language of those I communicate with so they will understand. To communicate with Trump minions you need to dumb your communication down and swear a lot.
Thanks for the tip. So to get Democrats to understand us better, we should constantly lie and misquote what Democrats said like you do, huh?
 

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None of you liberal cucks find it odd we went from 35 million cases of the flu to 28 cases of the flu in a year? Just as the Covid hit??

Nothing to see here? 35 million to two eight?

Biden said we trust science over facts. Is that what you fools are doing?
Amazing what happens when you have a society washing it's hands, wearing masks, getting vaccinated, practicing social distancing, not attending mass gatherings, etc... Also...thanks in part to your blob, we have less immune compromised individuals now than in years past. There are almost no instances of the 400,000 who died under your blob's watch contracting the disease.

I swear; you people are as dumb as you are angry.
Yes, but there have been millions of COVID cases.

Explain how there are millions of COVID cases but at the same time only 28 Influenza cases. If your theory held any water, there would have been only a few COVID cases.
Not even remotely true given the influenza virus presents as a variant from season to season and the Covid 19 is novel.
Psssss...pssss....in case you haven't notice Covid 19 is also presenting as variants----lots and lots of variants.
Psss.psss...in case you haven't noticed the vaccine that our scientists (the same experts you said we should ignore) have developed a vaccine and it's effective to the variants. It'll be (on a percentage basis) somewhat effective against next year's strain as well.
Thank you, President Trump.
Sorry. Can't give the blob credit for something he didn't do. That was the rule with the black guy. Can't have different rules for different ethnicities.
did the vaccine come out in 2020?
 

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None of you liberal cucks find it odd we went from 35 million cases of the flu to 28 cases of the flu in a year? Just as the Covid hit??

Nothing to see here? 35 million to two eight?

Biden said we trust science over facts. Is that what you fools are doing?
Amazing what happens when you have a society washing it's hands, wearing masks, getting vaccinated, practicing social distancing, not attending mass gatherings, etc... Also...thanks in part to your blob, we have less immune compromised individuals now than in years past. There are almost no instances of the 400,000 who died under your blob's watch contracting the disease.

I swear; you people are as dumb as you are angry.
Yes, but there have been millions of COVID cases.

Explain how there are millions of COVID cases but at the same time only 28 Influenza cases. If your theory held any water, there would have been only a few COVID cases.
Not even remotely true given the influenza virus presents as a variant from season to season and the Covid 19 is novel.
Psssss...pssss....in case you haven't notice Covid 19 is also presenting as variants----lots and lots of variants.
Psss.psss...in case you haven't noticed the vaccine that our scientists (the same experts you said we should ignore) have developed a vaccine and it's effective to the variants. It'll be (on a percentage basis) somewhat effective against next year's strain as well.
Thank you, President Trump.
Sorry. Can't give the blob credit for something he didn't do. That was the rule with the black guy. Can't have different rules for different ethnicities.
The Trump vaccine is saving millions of lives.

Deal with it.
Trump had nothing to do with getting the vaccines to market. And he totally fucked up the planning for actually distributing the vaccines once they were available.
Deal with it.
 

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no you didn't read the post you fking idiot. Here was the line in the Post I responded to " Colonelanus does not know the difference between a novel virus and a virus "

I said, neither do you.

Now tell me where I was included in any of that. you're such a fkwad. You must have to wipe yourself hourly.
My mistake Jshit. I thought the post was from Colonelanus. Easy mistake to make, you both spew the same bullshit.
You are a horses ass for throwing your fellow minion, Colonelanus, under the bus as not knowing the difference between a novel virus and a virus and the implications.
Jshit, why don't you tell us the difference between a novel virus and a virus and the implications.
Wow. You liberals are such Nazis.....low information dumb fuck Nazis.
Colonelanus, are you mad at Jshit for implying you are a dumbass.
Great next post! So your answer to lies and misquotes is yes!
 

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