Trump Rallies Will Lead to 700 COVID Deaths - Study

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We investigate the effects of large group meetings on the spread of COVID-19 by studying the impact of eighteen Trump campaign rallies. To capture the effects of subsequent contagion within the pertinent communities, our analysis encompasses up to ten post-rally weeks for each event. Our method is based on a collection of regression models, one for each event, that capture the relationships between post-event outcomes and pre-event characteristics, including demographics and the trajectory of COVID-19 cases, in similar counties. We explore a total of 24 procedures for identifying sets of matched counties. For the vast majority of these variants, our estimate of the average treatment effect across the eighteen events implies that they increased subsequent confirmed cases of COVID-19 by more than 250 per 100,000 residents. Extrapolating this figure to the entire sample, we conclude that these eighteen rallies ultimately resulted in more than 30,000 incremental confirmed cases of COVID-19. Applying county- specific post-event death rates, we conclude that the rallies likely led to more than 700 deaths (not necessarily among attendees).​

Last desperate attemt to scare people into voting for biden. One got to be pretty scared to vote for that old politician ... just listen to him . 47 years a politician all of a sudden he is for buying america .... what a lying P.O.S. . . 1 QUESTION, are you an American or are you a Democrat?
Those that vote and support the Democratic Party are as American as those that vote for Trump!

Oh hell Donald Trump once donated to the Democratic Party and hanged with Bill and Hillary Clinton, so was Trump anti-American back then but is now one of the good guys?
 

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“Applying county- specific post-event death rates, we conclude that the rallies likely led to more than 700 deaths (not necessarily among attendees)." ibid

That non-attendees were among those who died – even if one non-attendee – renders Trump’s reckless, irresponsible ‘rallies’ that much more wrong and reprehensible.
That non-attendees were among those who died
kinda proves that the rallies aren't necessarily the 'bad guy'
 

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We investigate the effects of large group meetings on the spread of COVID-19 by studying the impact of eighteen Trump campaign rallies. To capture the effects of subsequent contagion within the pertinent communities, our analysis encompasses up to ten post-rally weeks for each event. Our method is based on a collection of regression models, one for each event, that capture the relationships between post-event outcomes and pre-event characteristics, including demographics and the trajectory of COVID-19 cases, in similar counties. We explore a total of 24 procedures for identifying sets of matched counties. For the vast majority of these variants, our estimate of the average treatment effect across the eighteen events implies that they increased subsequent confirmed cases of COVID-19 by more than 250 per 100,000 residents. Extrapolating this figure to the entire sample, we conclude that these eighteen rallies ultimately resulted in more than 30,000 incremental confirmed cases of COVID-19. Applying county- specific post-event death rates, we conclude that the rallies likely led to more than 700 deaths (not necessarily among attendees).​

Peacefull protesters spread no coronavirus.
 

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Willing sacrificial lambs for Trumpism.
Akin to the Jim Jones group.
In essence, Trump must be voted out of office to save lives; if reelected, he’ll likely have similar ‘victory rallies’ with the same deadly result.
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I love the part where they said "this is an unverified outcome"... SO ITS THE WRITER OPINION! no facts to support his supposition..... And you fools run with sharp objects.... I hope you trip..
The dope should have really been serious, 5000 deaths!!! What a lame prediction

Good grief people, egghead leftists lie awake at night dreaming this crap up
 

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Given how far behind Orange Jesus is, it’s probably not a good idea to be offing any of his supporters.



We investigate the effects of large group meetings on the spread of COVID-19 by studying the impact of eighteen Trump campaign rallies. To capture the effects of subsequent contagion within the pertinent communities, our analysis encompasses up to ten post-rally weeks for each event. Our method is based on a collection of regression models, one for each event, that capture the relationships between post-event outcomes and pre-event characteristics, including demographics and the trajectory of COVID-19 cases, in similar counties. We explore a total of 24 procedures for identifying sets of matched counties. For the vast majority of these variants, our estimate of the average treatment effect across the eighteen events implies that they increased subsequent confirmed cases of COVID-19 by more than 250 per 100,000 residents. Extrapolating this figure to the entire sample, we conclude that these eighteen rallies ultimately resulted in more than 30,000 incremental confirmed cases of COVID-19. Applying county- specific post-event death rates, we conclude that the rallies likely led to more than 700 deaths (not necessarily among attendees).​

Of course these numbers are as fake as scientifically flimsy as any.

Ask them to do a "scientific study" on how many deaths the riots for weeks and weeks have lead to? Hundreds of thousands outside in full force, screaming and n close contact, on multiple occasions.

Remember, some said these riots were necessary. Even if 500,000 people perished, it was necessary for the good of society.
 

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We investigate the effects of large group meetings on the spread of COVID-19 by studying the impact of eighteen Trump campaign rallies. To capture the effects of subsequent contagion within the pertinent communities, our analysis encompasses up to ten post-rally weeks for each event. Our method is based on a collection of regression models, one for each event, that capture the relationships between post-event outcomes and pre-event characteristics, including demographics and the trajectory of COVID-19 cases, in similar counties. We explore a total of 24 procedures for identifying sets of matched counties. For the vast majority of these variants, our estimate of the average treatment effect across the eighteen events implies that they increased subsequent confirmed cases of COVID-19 by more than 250 per 100,000 residents. Extrapolating this figure to the entire sample, we conclude that these eighteen rallies ultimately resulted in more than 30,000 incremental confirmed cases of COVID-19. Applying county- specific post-event death rates, we conclude that the rallies likely led to more than 700 deaths (not necessarily among attendees).​

Always thought you were too smart to fall for such blatant unsubstantiated panic porn....:dunno:
Ever since him and Hunter spent that time together, he hasn't been the same.
 

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We investigate the effects of large group meetings on the spread of COVID-19 by studying the impact of eighteen Trump campaign rallies. To capture the effects of subsequent contagion within the pertinent communities, our analysis encompasses up to ten post-rally weeks for each event. Our method is based on a collection of regression models, one for each event, that capture the relationships between post-event outcomes and pre-event characteristics, including demographics and the trajectory of COVID-19 cases, in similar counties. We explore a total of 24 procedures for identifying sets of matched counties. For the vast majority of these variants, our estimate of the average treatment effect across the eighteen events implies that they increased subsequent confirmed cases of COVID-19 by more than 250 per 100,000 residents. Extrapolating this figure to the entire sample, we conclude that these eighteen rallies ultimately resulted in more than 30,000 incremental confirmed cases of COVID-19. Applying county- specific post-event death rates, we conclude that the rallies likely led to more than 700 deaths (not necessarily among attendees).​

Lies.

I went to a rally in Youngstown with thousands of people, and there is no perceptible uptick in The Hoax Wuhan Flu morbidity or infections.

You are a liar born in sin and speak your native language of lies, like your Father Satan the Father of Lies.

The Death Rate from this Flu is down 85% since March. Stick that up your Mask and sit on it.
 

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We investigate the effects of large group meetings on the spread of COVID-19 by studying the impact of eighteen Trump campaign rallies. To capture the effects of subsequent contagion within the pertinent communities, our analysis encompasses up to ten post-rally weeks for each event. Our method is based on a collection of regression models, one for each event, that capture the relationships between post-event outcomes and pre-event characteristics, including demographics and the trajectory of COVID-19 cases, in similar counties. We explore a total of 24 procedures for identifying sets of matched counties. For the vast majority of these variants, our estimate of the average treatment effect across the eighteen events implies that they increased subsequent confirmed cases of COVID-19 by more than 250 per 100,000 residents. Extrapolating this figure to the entire sample, we conclude that these eighteen rallies ultimately resulted in more than 30,000 incremental confirmed cases of COVID-19. Applying county- specific post-event death rates, we conclude that the rallies likely led to more than 700 deaths (not necessarily among attendees).​

...the same studies used to predict initial virus death rates, which were horribly inaccurate...the same studies which led Biden to oppose life saving travel bans....
 

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We investigate the effects of large group meetings on the spread of COVID-19 by studying the impact of eighteen Trump campaign rallies. To capture the effects of subsequent contagion within the pertinent communities, our analysis encompasses up to ten post-rally weeks for each event. Our method is based on a collection of regression models, one for each event, that capture the relationships between post-event outcomes and pre-event characteristics, including demographics and the trajectory of COVID-19 cases, in similar counties. We explore a total of 24 procedures for identifying sets of matched counties. For the vast majority of these variants, our estimate of the average treatment effect across the eighteen events implies that they increased subsequent confirmed cases of COVID-19 by more than 250 per 100,000 residents. Extrapolating this figure to the entire sample, we conclude that these eighteen rallies ultimately resulted in more than 30,000 incremental confirmed cases of COVID-19. Applying county- specific post-event death rates, we conclude that the rallies likely led to more than 700 deaths (not necessarily among attendees).​

Drinking excessive amounts of malted scotch will rot your brain, cause your bowels to loosen, and probably incline yo to say stupid things on a message board.

Oh, and you'll probably live in some half-assed wanna be Country like Canada.
 

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“Applying county- specific post-event death rates, we conclude that the rallies likely led to more than 700 deaths (not necessarily among attendees)." ibid

That non-attendees were among those who died – even if one non-attendee – renders Trump’s reckless, irresponsible ‘rallies’ that much more wrong and reprehensible.
You are the reason the entire walmart chain is out of Super Dons' butthurt elixir.

elixir-de-spa-miniature-bottle-5-cl.jpg
 

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We investigate the effects of large group meetings on the spread of COVID-19 by studying the impact of eighteen Trump campaign rallies. To capture the effects of subsequent contagion within the pertinent communities, our analysis encompasses up to ten post-rally weeks for each event. Our method is based on a collection of regression models, one for each event, that capture the relationships between post-event outcomes and pre-event characteristics, including demographics and the trajectory of COVID-19 cases, in similar counties. We explore a total of 24 procedures for identifying sets of matched counties. For the vast majority of these variants, our estimate of the average treatment effect across the eighteen events implies that they increased subsequent confirmed cases of COVID-19 by more than 250 per 100,000 residents. Extrapolating this figure to the entire sample, we conclude that these eighteen rallies ultimately resulted in more than 30,000 incremental confirmed cases of COVID-19. Applying county- specific post-event death rates, we conclude that the rallies likely led to more than 700 deaths (not necessarily among attendees).​

Pure unsubstantiated bullshit!
 

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We investigate the effects of large group meetings on the spread of COVID-19 by studying the impact of eighteen Trump campaign rallies. To capture the effects of subsequent contagion within the pertinent communities, our analysis encompasses up to ten post-rally weeks for each event. Our method is based on a collection of regression models, one for each event, that capture the relationships between post-event outcomes and pre-event characteristics, including demographics and the trajectory of COVID-19 cases, in similar counties. We explore a total of 24 procedures for identifying sets of matched counties. For the vast majority of these variants, our estimate of the average treatment effect across the eighteen events implies that they increased subsequent confirmed cases of COVID-19 by more than 250 per 100,000 residents. Extrapolating this figure to the entire sample, we conclude that these eighteen rallies ultimately resulted in more than 30,000 incremental confirmed cases of COVID-19. Applying county- specific post-event death rates, we conclude that the rallies likely led to more than 700 deaths (not necessarily among attendees).​

Last desperate attemt to scare people into voting for biden. One got to be pretty scared to vote for that old politician ... just listen to him . 47 years a politician all of a sudden he is for buying america .... what a lying P.O.S. . . 1 QUESTION, are you an American or are you a Democrat?
Those that vote and support the Democratic Party are as American as those that vote for Trump!

Oh hell Donald Trump once donated to the Democratic Party and hanged with Bill and Hillary Clinton, so was Trump anti-American back then but is now one of the good guys?
the Dems HATE America/whites/cops
many many links on this:
Goddamn America~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
etc etc
 

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We investigate the effects of large group meetings on the spread of COVID-19 by studying the impact of eighteen Trump campaign rallies. To capture the effects of subsequent contagion within the pertinent communities, our analysis encompasses up to ten post-rally weeks for each event. Our method is based on a collection of regression models, one for each event, that capture the relationships between post-event outcomes and pre-event characteristics, including demographics and the trajectory of COVID-19 cases, in similar counties. We explore a total of 24 procedures for identifying sets of matched counties. For the vast majority of these variants, our estimate of the average treatment effect across the eighteen events implies that they increased subsequent confirmed cases of COVID-19 by more than 250 per 100,000 residents. Extrapolating this figure to the entire sample, we conclude that these eighteen rallies ultimately resulted in more than 30,000 incremental confirmed cases of COVID-19. Applying county- specific post-event death rates, we conclude that the rallies likely led to more than 700 deaths (not necessarily among attendees).​

Last desperate attemt to scare people into voting for biden. One got to be pretty scared to vote for that old politician ... just listen to him . 47 years a politician all of a sudden he is for buying america .... what a lying P.O.S. . . 1 QUESTION, are you an American or are you a Democrat?
Those that vote and support the Democratic Party are as American as those that vote for Trump!

Oh hell Donald Trump once donated to the Democratic Party and hanged with Bill and Hillary Clinton, so was Trump anti-American back then but is now one of the good guys?
Well democrats used to be somewhat reasonable. But look at them now . They have zero tolerance and zero compromise . Just look at since before trump was sworn in ... and listen to them now , they will never ever ever accept a trump win in 2020 . They will burn down every city they can . And will not quit until they get their way or they push too far and get mowed down . Simple as that. I dont see a middle ground with democrats .
 

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We investigate the effects of large group meetings on the spread of COVID-19 by studying the impact of eighteen Trump campaign rallies. To capture the effects of subsequent contagion within the pertinent communities, our analysis encompasses up to ten post-rally weeks for each event. Our method is based on a collection of regression models, one for each event, that capture the relationships between post-event outcomes and pre-event characteristics, including demographics and the trajectory of COVID-19 cases, in similar counties. We explore a total of 24 procedures for identifying sets of matched counties. For the vast majority of these variants, our estimate of the average treatment effect across the eighteen events implies that they increased subsequent confirmed cases of COVID-19 by more than 250 per 100,000 residents. Extrapolating this figure to the entire sample, we conclude that these eighteen rallies ultimately resulted in more than 30,000 incremental confirmed cases of COVID-19. Applying county- specific post-event death rates, we conclude that the rallies likely led to more than 700 deaths (not necessarily among attendees).​

Last desperate attemt to scare people into voting for biden. One got to be pretty scared to vote for that old politician ... just listen to him . 47 years a politician all of a sudden he is for buying america .... what a lying P.O.S. . . 1 QUESTION, are you an American or are you a Democrat?
Those that vote and support the Democratic Party are as American as those that vote for Trump!

Oh hell Donald Trump once donated to the Democratic Party and hanged with Bill and Hillary Clinton, so was Trump anti-American back then but is now one of the good guys?
Well democrats used to be somewhat reasonable. But look at them now . They have zero tolerance and zero compromise . Just look at since before trump was sworn in ... and listen to them now , they will never ever ever accept a trump win in 2020 . They will burn down every city they can . And will not quit until they get their way or they push too far and get mowed down . Simple as that. I dont see a middle ground with democrats .
they are worse than the nazis/etc
 

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We investigate the effects of large group meetings on the spread of COVID-19 by studying the impact of eighteen Trump campaign rallies. To capture the effects of subsequent contagion within the pertinent communities, our analysis encompasses up to ten post-rally weeks for each event. Our method is based on a collection of regression models, one for each event, that capture the relationships between post-event outcomes and pre-event characteristics, including demographics and the trajectory of COVID-19 cases, in similar counties. We explore a total of 24 procedures for identifying sets of matched counties. For the vast majority of these variants, our estimate of the average treatment effect across the eighteen events implies that they increased subsequent confirmed cases of COVID-19 by more than 250 per 100,000 residents. Extrapolating this figure to the entire sample, we conclude that these eighteen rallies ultimately resulted in more than 30,000 incremental confirmed cases of COVID-19. Applying county- specific post-event death rates, we conclude that the rallies likely led to more than 700 deaths (not necessarily among attendees).​

Blooming ignorant----------the virus is going to spread regardless of the rallies or not. Stupid lib scare tactics. Everyone and I do mean everyone is tired of the spin.
 

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