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- Apr 29, 2017
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- On The Way Home To Earth
Put another way, Taz, the Covid spread claimed from Minnesota is not statistically significant and the same number of people might have gotten sick by random chance had they never even all met! Coincidence does not prove correlation. Meantime, none of those people even got seriously ill or died.What Minnesota event? So out of a dozen or so rallies you're basically saying two events resulted in a small amount of COVID spread? Not too bad. And far as the White House goes, under the assumption that they all passed on COVID to each other during the Comy Barrett announcement, that was a different venue from these rallies. And none of the people who caught COVID at the White House died and only Chris Christie required hospitalization and that's probably because he's a big fat lard ass.i JUST said minnesota AND the WH. google it.There were a handful of people traced back to the Tulsa event, yes. He's held a dozen more rallies since. No report of super spreading that I'm aware of.documented cases. tulsa, minnesota, the WH... for every confirmed case, there are 3-10 people having it spread to.
As far as the White House is concerned, no one really knows what happened there either-- -- those that all picked Covid up might have gotten it from one careless kitchen staff serving food or drinks to those people or helped set up the chairs. Bottom line is that no one really knows and just WANTS to jump on a bunch of unfounded conclusions.