The GOP's Ayn Rand Death Cult

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All I can say is this is one amazing story to read. It blasts the hell out of Trumpism, conservatism, and the GOP.

From The Lancet:

The report, titled "Public policy and health in the Trump era" features this summary:
"The global COVID-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate effect on the USA, with more than 26 million diagnosed cases and over 450 000 deaths as of early February, 2021, about 40% of which could have been averted had the US death rate mirrored the weighted average of the other G7 nations."

"Many of the cases and deaths were avoidable. Instead of galvanising the US populace to fight the pandemic, President Trump publicly dismissed its threat (despite privately acknowledging it), discouraged action as infection spread, and eschewed international cooperation. His refusal to develop a national strategy worsened shortages of personal protective equipment and diagnostic tests. President Trump politicised mask-wearing and school reopenings and convened indoor events attended by thousands, where masks were discouraged and physical distancing was impossible."

The GOP's Ayn Rand death cult: Trump's party is literally killing the American people | Salon.com
 
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The GOP/Trump and Ayn Rand?!?....ROFLMFAO!!!

Holy fuck, are you moonbats the most idiotic people in the universe or what?
I am very sure you didn't read it since I just posted it.
 

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All I can say is this is one amazing story to read. It blasts the hell out of Trumpism, conservatism, and the GOP.

From The Lancet:

The report, titled "Public policy and health in the Trump era" features this summary:
"The global COVID-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate effect on the USA, with more than 26 million diagnosed cases and over 450 000 deaths as of early February, 2021, about 40% of which could have been averted had the US death rate mirrored the weighted average of the other G7 nations."

"Many of the cases and deaths were avoidable. Instead of galvanising the US populace to fight the pandemic, President Trump publicly dismissed its threat (despite privately acknowledging it), discouraged action as infection spread, and eschewed international cooperation. His refusal to develop a national strategy worsened shortages of personal protective equipment and diagnostic tests. President Trump politicised mask-wearing and school reopenings and convened indoor events attended by thousands, where masks were discouraged and physical distancing was impossible."

The GOP's Ayn Rand death cult: Trump's party is literally killing the American people | Salon.com
??? The UK, Italy, and four other EU countries all had higher per capita covids deaths than did the US.

 

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All I can say is this is one amazing story to read. It blasts the hell out of Trumpism, conservatism, and the GOP.

From The Lancet:

The report, titled "Public policy and health in the Trump era" features this summary:
"The global COVID-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate effect on the USA, with more than 26 million diagnosed cases and over 450 000 deaths as of early February, 2021, about 40% of which could have been averted had the US death rate mirrored the weighted average of the other G7 nations."

"Many of the cases and deaths were avoidable. Instead of galvanising the US populace to fight the pandemic, President Trump publicly dismissed its threat (despite privately acknowledging it), discouraged action as infection spread, and eschewed international cooperation. His refusal to develop a national strategy worsened shortages of personal protective equipment and diagnostic tests. President Trump politicised mask-wearing and school reopenings and convened indoor events attended by thousands, where masks were discouraged and physical distancing was impossible."

The GOP's Ayn Rand death cult: Trump's party is literally killing the American people | Salon.com
Except all the leftwing politicians in the US and Europe were dismissing the virus too, telling people to go to Chinatown or “hug a Chinese person”, because racism was more dangerous than the virus.





So, has “racism” killed more than 500,000 in the US over the last year?
 
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Any of Rand's philosophy is on a different planet from anything and anyone in the GOP.

But I wouldn't expect anything more than this hilarious lunacy from the likes of Slate and you.
Slate? Moron is you.
 

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All I can say is this is one amazing story to read. It blasts the hell out of Trumpism, conservatism, and the GOP.

From The Lancet:

The report, titled "Public policy and health in the Trump era" features this summary:
"The global COVID-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate effect on the USA, with more than 26 million diagnosed cases and over 450 000 deaths as of early February, 2021, about 40% of which could have been averted had the US death rate mirrored the weighted average of the other G7 nations."

"Many of the cases and deaths were avoidable. Instead of galvanising the US populace to fight the pandemic, President Trump publicly dismissed its threat (despite privately acknowledging it), discouraged action as infection spread, and eschewed international cooperation. His refusal to develop a national strategy worsened shortages of personal protective equipment and diagnostic tests. President Trump politicised mask-wearing and school reopenings and convened indoor events attended by thousands, where masks were discouraged and physical distancing was impossible."

The GOP's Ayn Rand death cult: Trump's party is literally killing the American people | Salon.com
??? The UK, Italy, and four other EU countries all had higher per capita covids deaths than did the US.

And the highest death rates are in states run by authoritarian goons, all democrats with the exception of the fake Charley Baker.....The kind of jackasses who are the farthest thing from Randians.
 

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Any of Rand's philosophy is on a different planet from anything and anyone in the GOP.

But I wouldn't expect anything more than this hilarious lunacy from the likes of Slate and you.
Slate? Moron is you.
Slate is as worthless and your go-to propaganda mill, Raw Sewage.
 

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Do lefties really believe this junk? Op-eds from somebody named Chauncy Devega of Salon are now seen as current events? The crazy left wing cult of hatred needs to seek professional help.
 

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Do lefties really believe this junk? Op-eds from somebody named Chauncy Devega of Salon are now seen as current events? The crazy left wing cult of hatred needs to seek professional help.
The notion of a "death cult" in the GOP when it's the democrat governors responsible for the highest wuflu death rates is projection at its finest....And the idea with trying to link any of the GOP populists and/or neocons with the philosophy rand is tragicomically uproarious.
 

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Do lefties really believe this junk? Op-eds from somebody named Chauncy Devega of Salon are now seen as current events? The crazy left wing cult of hatred needs to seek professional help.
Oh yes, it’s their religion to believe in this garbage. That’s why most of these libtards are here on these boards, they want the rest of us to join their cult.

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All I can say is this is one amazing story to read. It blasts the hell out of Trumpism, conservatism, and the GOP.

From The Lancet:

The report, titled "Public policy and health in the Trump era" features this summary:
"The global COVID-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate effect on the USA, with more than 26 million diagnosed cases and over 450 000 deaths as of early February, 2021, about 40% of which could have been averted had the US death rate mirrored the weighted average of the other G7 nations."

Since you are talking about February 2021, Sleepy Joe is in charge, Trump is chilling in Florida. Deaths and infections occurring this month are Biden's responsibility.
 

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Any of Rand's philosophy is on a different planet from anything and anyone in the GOP.

But I wouldn't expect anything more than this hilarious lunacy from the likes of Slate and you.
She used to be unique but many of her ideas have been adopted by the gop.
 
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From Raw Story... just because it pisses some of you off and for others that actually read.

"While Republicans and the right market themselves as being "pro-life," in reality their policies could more fairly be described as pro-death."

"Ultimately, today's Republican Party and broader right-wing movement are a death cult, whose millions of ardent followers are willing to sacrifice themselves and their families to sustain it. Much to the dismay of the Democrats and others who believe in "normal politics," this is the reality we must all face. No "bipartisanship" or "unity" or "common ground" is possible with a fanatical death cult. Joe Biden's great task and responsibility is to make decisions with that fact in mind and then find a way forward to political victory and a better American society."

The GOP's Ayn Rand death cult: Trump's party is literally killing the American people - Raw Story - Celebrating 16 Years of Independent Journalism .
 

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Key Updates for Week 6, ending February 13, 2021
Seasonal influenza activity in the United States remains lower than usual for this time of year.


Wonder why?
 

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All I can say is this is one amazing story to read. It blasts the hell out of Trumpism, conservatism, and the GOP.

From The Lancet:

The report, titled "Public policy and health in the Trump era" features this summary:
"The global COVID-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate effect on the USA, with more than 26 million diagnosed cases and over 450 000 deaths as of early February, 2021, about 40% of which could have been averted had the US death rate mirrored the weighted average of the other G7 nations."

"Many of the cases and deaths were avoidable. Instead of galvanising the US populace to fight the pandemic, President Trump publicly dismissed its threat (despite privately acknowledging it), discouraged action as infection spread, and eschewed international cooperation. His refusal to develop a national strategy worsened shortages of personal protective equipment and diagnostic tests. President Trump politicised mask-wearing and school reopenings and convened indoor events attended by thousands, where masks were discouraged and physical distancing was impossible."

The GOP's Ayn Rand death cult: Trump's party is literally killing the American people | Salon.com
GW and his administration were aligned with that piece of shit.
 

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All I can say is this is one amazing story to read. It blasts the hell out of Trumpism, conservatism, and the GOP.

From The Lancet:

The report, titled "Public policy and health in the Trump era" features this summary:
"The global COVID-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate effect on the USA, with more than 26 million diagnosed cases and over 450 000 deaths as of early February, 2021, about 40% of which could have been averted had the US death rate mirrored the weighted average of the other G7 nations."

"Many of the cases and deaths were avoidable. Instead of galvanising the US populace to fight the pandemic, President Trump publicly dismissed its threat (despite privately acknowledging it), discouraged action as infection spread, and eschewed international cooperation. His refusal to develop a national strategy worsened shortages of personal protective equipment and diagnostic tests. President Trump politicised mask-wearing and school reopenings and convened indoor events attended by thousands, where masks were discouraged and physical distancing was impossible."

The GOP's Ayn Rand death cult: Trump's party is literally killing the American people | Salon.com
Trump was the best President the US ever had; if he a D next to his name, you'd love him.
 

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What a clueless little prick the OP is. The left is the ones who are following Ayn Rand's lead to kill babies in the womb right up to birth an even after if the law will allow it.

 

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