- Apr 5, 2010
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Since the hard restrictions started a week or so ago, and people started self isolating two weeks ago, with a 5-10 day incubation period its what you would expect from the isolation protocols.The death rate has started to drop (just two data points).And the thing is, as a New Yorker, I'm more concerned about what DiBlasio does going forward that his idiocy a month ago when he tweeted people should continue as normal. He was acting on the information he had, and he misjudged the severity of the situation.You left wingers are full of shit.aint that the truth.Obviously that’s exactly what I’m saying.So he should say we are all going to die and should form Mongolian hordes on horseback to run across the plains to rape and pillage?Because it’s confusing and misleading. People are getting mixed messages. Trump says everything is going great. Five minutes later we hear that cases are accelerating from the CDC.The other point that is never written about is that the President (no matter who he is) must project a sense of OPTIMISM. The combination of forced unemployment, forced separation, restriction of normal activities is certainly causes millions to fall into fits of depressions. The LAST thing we need is a President saying, "this thing is going to last YEARS..."
The "journalists" who bad-mouthed the President for saying that we should start coming out by Easter should be shot. In public. Bad mouthing him for EXPRESSING A HOPE???
How low can you go?
Good lord. Y’all are taking this really hard.
blob supporters are funny when they aren’t homicidal
You can't keep your stories straight and you root for the end of America.
It's already been shown that New York is in trouble because of it's leaders....not Trump.
Cuomo has been doing OK so far, but he still can't avoid taking jabs at the feds when he should be concerned about what he is doing with the State resources he has.
Rate of case increase seems to be have gone flat.
I hope you guys are seeing a corner to turn.
What we need to do is start random testing, to get an idea of how much of the population has had mild cases, and are immune to getting it again.