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Terrible tale of the number of deaths in Italy......and how the Progressives are largely responsible.

See how it resonates here.


"Italy and #CoronaRacism
Mark PowellMarch 29, 2020




The health situation in Italy is dire. Tragically, over 8,000 people have died and around 80,000 people have caught COVID-19 giving it the second highest number of cases outside of China. The question is, what caused this to be the case?
Back in February, Dr Jing Zeng wrote in The Guardian that there was link whatsoever between COVID-19 and The People’s Republic of China. And those who dared to suggest that there was were guilty of #CoronaRacism.


As such, many in the mainstream media have followed the explanation of Matt Simon in Wired, who argued that there was no intercultural link at all, and that it was simply because Italy has the second-oldest population on earth. But as Marcus Roberts responded in Mercatornet:

However, this doesn’t fully explain Italy’s predicament. The oldest country in the world is Japan, and it has managed to keep the number of infections and deaths to quite low levels.

So, what did Italy do that Japan didn’t? Well, the blame should probably be laid with progressive politicians who—under the guise of combatting racism—unwittingly facilitated the virus spreading throughout the entire Italian population. As Ellen Whinnett explains in The Daily Telegraph:
The first cases were detected in Italy on January 29 when two Chinese tourists fell ill in Rome. They had flown into Milan on a tour on January 23.
The diagnoses prompted Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte to immediately announce a ban on flights from China – the first country to do so – and declare a six-month state of emergency.
But there was squeamishness from some quarters about the tough action, and the Mayor of Florence, Dario Nardella, launched a “hug a Chinese’’ day on February 1, calling for “unity in the common battle’’ and decrying racism against Chinese people in Italy.
The move prompted Italians to hug Chinese people in the northern Italian city and post images on social media.

Italy is now suffering one of the worst coronavirus tragedies on the planet, with around 80,000 infections, and 8215 people have died, giving the country a death rate of around 10 per cent. More people have died in Italy than in China.

This is sadly what happens when identity politics trumps common sense.

But it’s not racist to identify a certain disease as coming from a particular part of the world. (As this piece from The Federalist demonstrates, there are a plethora of diseases named after the places in which they originated). And as we’ve seen, it’s also not racist to protect the borders of one’s country from any potential threat from the outside.

Because as we’re seeing, the alternative is not only irrational, but ultimately, deadly."




Anyone notice that the same fear of the word 'racism' gave us the previous President?
 

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1. 3rd para, add "no" between "was __ link." Is Italy what AOC & the "Squad" want the US to look like?
2. The current numbers are 92,000+ cases and 10,000+ dead
3. The number of dead healthcare workers there is scary
4. Italy is what single-payer healthcare looks like, no thanks.
5. Here is what the graphs for Italy and the US look like factored for equal populations
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1. 3rd para, add "no" between "was __ link." Is Italy what AOC & the "Squad" want the US to look like?
2. The current numbers are 92,000+ cases and 10,000+ dead
3. The number of dead healthcare workers there is scary
4. Italy is what single-payer healthcare looks like, no thanks.
5. Here is what the graphs for Italy and the US look like factored for equal populations
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I need that old 'informative' button.
 

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1. 3rd para, add "no" between "was __ link." Is Italy what AOC & the "Squad" want the US to look like?
2. The current numbers are 92,000+ cases and 10,000+ dead
3. The number of dead healthcare workers there is scary
4. Italy is what single-payer healthcare looks like, no thanks.
5. Here is what the graphs for Italy and the US look like factored for equal populations
View attachment 316537

I need that old 'informative' button.
I'm not an emoji guy I miss the "winner" button.
 

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Terrible tale of the number of deaths in Italy......and how the Progressives are largely responsible.

See how it resonates here.


"Italy and #CoronaRacism
Mark PowellMarch 29, 2020




The health situation in Italy is dire. Tragically, over 8,000 people have died and around 80,000 people have caught COVID-19 giving it the second highest number of cases outside of China. The question is, what caused this to be the case?
Back in February, Dr Jing Zeng wrote in The Guardian that there was link whatsoever between COVID-19 and The People’s Republic of China. And those who dared to suggest that there was were guilty of #CoronaRacism.


As such, many in the mainstream media have followed the explanation of Matt Simon in Wired, who argued that there was no intercultural link at all, and that it was simply because Italy has the second-oldest population on earth. But as Marcus Roberts responded in Mercatornet:

However, this doesn’t fully explain Italy’s predicament. The oldest country in the world is Japan, and it has managed to keep the number of infections and deaths to quite low levels.

So, what did Italy do that Japan didn’t? Well, the blame should probably be laid with progressive politicians who—under the guise of combatting racism—unwittingly facilitated the virus spreading throughout the entire Italian population. As Ellen Whinnett explains in The Daily Telegraph:
The first cases were detected in Italy on January 29 when two Chinese tourists fell ill in Rome. They had flown into Milan on a tour on January 23.
The diagnoses prompted Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte to immediately announce a ban on flights from China – the first country to do so – and declare a six-month state of emergency.
But there was squeamishness from some quarters about the tough action, and the Mayor of Florence, Dario Nardella, launched a “hug a Chinese’’ day on February 1, calling for “unity in the common battle’’ and decrying racism against Chinese people in Italy.
The move prompted Italians to hug Chinese people in the northern Italian city and post images on social media.

Italy is now suffering one of the worst coronavirus tragedies on the planet, with around 80,000 infections, and 8215 people have died, giving the country a death rate of around 10 per cent. More people have died in Italy than in China.

This is sadly what happens when identity politics trumps common sense.

But it’s not racist to identify a certain disease as coming from a particular part of the world. (As this piece from The Federalist demonstrates, there are a plethora of diseases named after the places in which they originated). And as we’ve seen, it’s also not racist to protect the borders of one’s country from any potential threat from the outside.

Because as we’re seeing, the alternative is not only irrational, but ultimately, deadly."




Anyone notice that the same fear of the word 'racism' gave us the previous President?
Nope its the conservatives pointing the finger and placing blame before they be blamed

kudos

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Terrible tale of the number of deaths in Italy......and how the Progressives are largely responsible.

See how it resonates here.


"Italy and #CoronaRacism
Mark PowellMarch 29, 2020




The health situation in Italy is dire. Tragically, over 8,000 people have died and around 80,000 people have caught COVID-19 giving it the second highest number of cases outside of China. The question is, what caused this to be the case?
Back in February, Dr Jing Zeng wrote in The Guardian that there was link whatsoever between COVID-19 and The People’s Republic of China. And those who dared to suggest that there was were guilty of #CoronaRacism.


As such, many in the mainstream media have followed the explanation of Matt Simon in Wired, who argued that there was no intercultural link at all, and that it was simply because Italy has the second-oldest population on earth. But as Marcus Roberts responded in Mercatornet:

However, this doesn’t fully explain Italy’s predicament. The oldest country in the world is Japan, and it has managed to keep the number of infections and deaths to quite low levels.

So, what did Italy do that Japan didn’t? Well, the blame should probably be laid with progressive politicians who—under the guise of combatting racism—unwittingly facilitated the virus spreading throughout the entire Italian population. As Ellen Whinnett explains in The Daily Telegraph:
The first cases were detected in Italy on January 29 when two Chinese tourists fell ill in Rome. They had flown into Milan on a tour on January 23.
The diagnoses prompted Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte to immediately announce a ban on flights from China – the first country to do so – and declare a six-month state of emergency.
But there was squeamishness from some quarters about the tough action, and the Mayor of Florence, Dario Nardella, launched a “hug a Chinese’’ day on February 1, calling for “unity in the common battle’’ and decrying racism against Chinese people in Italy.
The move prompted Italians to hug Chinese people in the northern Italian city and post images on social media.

Italy is now suffering one of the worst coronavirus tragedies on the planet, with around 80,000 infections, and 8215 people have died, giving the country a death rate of around 10 per cent. More people have died in Italy than in China.

This is sadly what happens when identity politics trumps common sense.

But it’s not racist to identify a certain disease as coming from a particular part of the world. (As this piece from The Federalist demonstrates, there are a plethora of diseases named after the places in which they originated). And as we’ve seen, it’s also not racist to protect the borders of one’s country from any potential threat from the outside.

Because as we’re seeing, the alternative is not only irrational, but ultimately, deadly."




Anyone notice that the same fear of the word 'racism' gave us the previous President?
Nope its the conservatives pointing the finger and placing blame before they be blamed

kudos

one is the loneliest number


Speaking of numbers.....

I posted this question, and reference to a 'number' in another thread....but it responds to your inane claim:


Let’s begin with a challenge: aside from skin-color, what are the reasons that Barack Obama deserved the nomination to the presidency? If any Obama-voter can’t provide a cogent answer, it is proof of the charge that Liberals/Democrats use emotion rather than intellect in choosing a candidate. And the party knows how to use it: the only number greater than infinity is how often they used the term ‘racist.’ That's how they silenced any critiques.
 
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Terrible tale of the number of deaths in Italy......and how the Progressives are largely responsible.

See how it resonates here.


"Italy and #CoronaRacism
Mark PowellMarch 29, 2020




The health situation in Italy is dire. Tragically, over 8,000 people have died and around 80,000 people have caught COVID-19 giving it the second highest number of cases outside of China. The question is, what caused this to be the case?
Back in February, Dr Jing Zeng wrote in The Guardian that there was link whatsoever between COVID-19 and The People’s Republic of China. And those who dared to suggest that there was were guilty of #CoronaRacism.


As such, many in the mainstream media have followed the explanation of Matt Simon in Wired, who argued that there was no intercultural link at all, and that it was simply because Italy has the second-oldest population on earth. But as Marcus Roberts responded in Mercatornet:

However, this doesn’t fully explain Italy’s predicament. The oldest country in the world is Japan, and it has managed to keep the number of infections and deaths to quite low levels.

So, what did Italy do that Japan didn’t? Well, the blame should probably be laid with progressive politicians who—under the guise of combatting racism—unwittingly facilitated the virus spreading throughout the entire Italian population. As Ellen Whinnett explains in The Daily Telegraph:
The first cases were detected in Italy on January 29 when two Chinese tourists fell ill in Rome. They had flown into Milan on a tour on January 23.
The diagnoses prompted Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte to immediately announce a ban on flights from China – the first country to do so – and declare a six-month state of emergency.
But there was squeamishness from some quarters about the tough action, and the Mayor of Florence, Dario Nardella, launched a “hug a Chinese’’ day on February 1, calling for “unity in the common battle’’ and decrying racism against Chinese people in Italy.
The move prompted Italians to hug Chinese people in the northern Italian city and post images on social media.

Italy is now suffering one of the worst coronavirus tragedies on the planet, with around 80,000 infections, and 8215 people have died, giving the country a death rate of around 10 per cent. More people have died in Italy than in China.

This is sadly what happens when identity politics trumps common sense.

But it’s not racist to identify a certain disease as coming from a particular part of the world. (As this piece from The Federalist demonstrates, there are a plethora of diseases named after the places in which they originated). And as we’ve seen, it’s also not racist to protect the borders of one’s country from any potential threat from the outside.

Because as we’re seeing, the alternative is not only irrational, but ultimately, deadly."




Anyone notice that the same fear of the word 'racism' gave us the previous President?
Nope its the conservatives pointing the finger and placing blame before they be blamed

kudos

one is the loneliest number


The article is pretty clear on how the Progressives are responsible in Italy....

I wonder why the best you can do in light of this:

"The first cases were detected in Italy on January 29 when two Chinese tourists fell ill in Rome. They had flown into Milan on a tour on January 23.
The diagnoses prompted Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte to immediately announce a ban on flights from China – the first country to do so – and declare a six-month state of emergency.
But there was squeamishness from some quarters about the tough action, and the Mayor of Florence, Dario Nardella, launched a “hug a Chinese’’ day on February 1, calling for “unity in the common battle’’ and decrying racism against Chinese people in Italy.
The move prompted Italians to hug Chinese people in the northern Italian city and post images on social media.

Italy is now suffering one of the worst coronavirus tragedies on the planet, with around 80,000 infections, and 8215 people have died, giving the country a death rate of around 10 per cent. More people have died in Italy than in China. "



Yet the typical Liberal/Progressive answer is "is not, isssssssss noooootttttttttt!!!!"



With lives in the balance, isn't it time for Progressives to pull their heads out of that dark and remote region?
 
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"When President Trump said this week that the United States had done more testing than South Korea, USA Today was quick to fact-check his claim by pointing out, "The United States population is more than six times the size of South Korea’s. On a per-capita basis, South Korea is testing far more of its citizens than the U.S." In this case, the media attempted to use a per capita comparison against Trump. CNN and MSNBC each made similar fact-checks.

In a visual presentation titled "Where the U.S. Stands Now on Coronavirus Testing" the New York Times even used whole numbers for confirmed cases in one slide, and then in the next slide used per capita numbers for testing, in order to paint the United States in the worst light.


... here are the top six countries by confirmed cases per million people (based on population numbers from the CIA World Fact Book) in descending order:



  1. Italy (1386.13)
  2. Spain (1280.78)
  3. Germany (615.57)
  4. France (436.17)
  5. Iran (380.72)
  6. USA (283.30)
 
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"... the number of coronavirus deaths is a more accurate way of measuring the impact of the pandemic in each country. So, let's look at total confirmed deaths in descending order.



  1. Italy (9,134)
  2. Spain (4,934)
  3. Iran (2,378)
  4. France (1,698)
  5. USA (1,438)
  6. Germany (304) What the Media Isn't Telling You About the United States' Coronavirus Case Numbers 3/27

What you are highliting is very disturbing.

I don't get the sensitivity of the Mayor of Florence.

Why would he basically stab his leader in the back ?

BTW: Do you know where to find statistics on Italy on a regional basis ?
 

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"... the number of coronavirus deaths is a more accurate way of measuring the impact of the pandemic in each country. So, let's look at total confirmed deaths in descending order.



  1. Italy (9,134)
  2. Spain (4,934)
  3. Iran (2,378)
  4. France (1,698)
  5. USA (1,438)
  6. Germany (304) What the Media Isn't Telling You About the United States' Coronavirus Case Numbers 3/27

What is more telling is if you make New York it's own entity. Remove it from the U.S. and those numbers get much smaller.

New York somehow managed to become the target of the virus with ferocity.
 
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"... the number of coronavirus deaths is a more accurate way of measuring the impact of the pandemic in each country. So, let's look at total confirmed deaths in descending order.



  1. Italy (9,134)
  2. Spain (4,934)
  3. Iran (2,378)
  4. France (1,698)
  5. USA (1,438)
  6. Germany (304) What the Media Isn't Telling You About the United States' Coronavirus Case Numbers 3/27
What you are highliting is very disturbing.

I don't get the sensitivity of the Mayor of Florence.

Why would he basically stab his leader in the back ?

BTW: Do you know where to find statistics on Italy on a regional basis ?



Please note that the mayor's response.....fear of being labeled a 'racist'...whatever that means.....is the same fear that motivates most Liberals/Democrat voters.

In another thread...
Let’s begin with a challenge: aside from skin-color, what are the reasons that Barack Obama deserved the nomination to the presidency? If any Obama-voter can’t provide a cogent answer, it is proof of the charge that Liberals/Democrats use emotion rather than intellect in choosing a candidate. And the party knows how to use it: the only number greater than infinity is how often they used the term ‘racist.’ That's how they silenced any critiques.


It's a world-wide cudgel that Liberal use.



Stats in here:
 
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"... the number of coronavirus deaths is a more accurate way of measuring the impact of the pandemic in each country. So, let's look at total confirmed deaths in descending order.



  1. Italy (9,134)
  2. Spain (4,934)
  3. Iran (2,378)
  4. France (1,698)
  5. USA (1,438)
  6. Germany (304) What the Media Isn't Telling You About the United States' Coronavirus Case Numbers 3/27
What is more telling is if you make New York it's own entity. Remove it from the U.S. and those numbers get much smaller.

New York somehow managed to become the target of the virus with ferocity.


We have an insane Democrat (is that redundant?) mayor who, on March 2,

"De Blasio haunted by weeks-old tweet urging people to 'get out on the town despite coronavirus'"



Remember.....“Trump already signed an order Jan. 31 barring entry to foreign nationals,…”
Trump sets new travel restrictions over coronavirus, considering southern border shutdown
...just 11 days after we found out about how contageous it was.




More proof of this thread title.
 

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"... the number of coronavirus deaths is a more accurate way of measuring the impact of the pandemic in each country. So, let's look at total confirmed deaths in descending order.



  1. Italy (9,134)
  2. Spain (4,934)
  3. Iran (2,378)
  4. France (1,698)
  5. USA (1,438)
  6. Germany (304) What the Media Isn't Telling You About the United States' Coronavirus Case Numbers 3/27
What you are highliting is very disturbing.

I don't get the sensitivity of the Mayor of Florence.

Why would he basically stab his leader in the back ?

BTW: Do you know where to find statistics on Italy on a regional basis ?



Please note that the mayor's response.....fear of being labeled a 'racist'...whatever that means.....is the same fear that motivates most Liberals/Democrat voters.

In another thread...
Let’s begin with a challenge: aside from skin-color, what are the reasons that Barack Obama deserved the nomination to the presidency? If any Obama-voter can’t provide a cogent answer, it is proof of the charge that Liberals/Democrats use emotion rather than intellect in choosing a candidate. And the party knows how to use it: the only number greater than infinity is how often they used the term ‘racist.’ That's how they silenced any critiques.


It's a world-wide cudgel that Liberal use.



Stats in here:
It's great you spell it out.

I call Obama our Affirmative Action Failure President.
 

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"... the number of coronavirus deaths is a more accurate way of measuring the impact of the pandemic in each country. So, let's look at total confirmed deaths in descending order.



  1. Italy (9,134)
  2. Spain (4,934)
  3. Iran (2,378)
  4. France (1,698)
  5. USA (1,438)
  6. Germany (304) What the Media Isn't Telling You About the United States' Coronavirus Case Numbers 3/27
What is more telling is if you make New York it's own entity. Remove it from the U.S. and those numbers get much smaller.

New York somehow managed to become the target of the virus with ferocity.


We have an insane Democrat (is that redundant?) mayor who, on March 2,

"De Blasio haunted by weeks-old tweet urging people to 'get out on the town despite coronavirus'"



Remember.....“Trump already signed an order Jan. 31 barring entry to foreign nationals,…”
Trump sets new travel restrictions over coronavirus, considering southern border shutdown
...just 11 days after we found out about how contageous it was.




More proof of this thread title.
Yes, I started a thread that showed a number of those bastards throwing caution to the wind. Now New Jersey is chasing New Yorkers back into New York.

rightwinger tries to call it the Trumpvirus.

When in reality it is the CuomoVirus.

And they want to put him in the WH ??????????????/
 

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Terrible tale of the number of deaths in Italy......and how the Progressives are largely responsible.

See how it resonates here.


"Italy and #CoronaRacism
Mark PowellMarch 29, 2020




The health situation in Italy is dire. Tragically, over 8,000 people have died and around 80,000 people have caught COVID-19 giving it the second highest number of cases outside of China. The question is, what caused this to be the case?
Back in February, Dr Jing Zeng wrote in The Guardian that there was link whatsoever between COVID-19 and The People’s Republic of China. And those who dared to suggest that there was were guilty of #CoronaRacism.


As such, many in the mainstream media have followed the explanation of Matt Simon in Wired, who argued that there was no intercultural link at all, and that it was simply because Italy has the second-oldest population on earth. But as Marcus Roberts responded in Mercatornet:

However, this doesn’t fully explain Italy’s predicament. The oldest country in the world is Japan, and it has managed to keep the number of infections and deaths to quite low levels.

So, what did Italy do that Japan didn’t? Well, the blame should probably be laid with progressive politicians who—under the guise of combatting racism—unwittingly facilitated the virus spreading throughout the entire Italian population. As Ellen Whinnett explains in The Daily Telegraph:
The first cases were detected in Italy on January 29 when two Chinese tourists fell ill in Rome. They had flown into Milan on a tour on January 23.
The diagnoses prompted Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte to immediately announce a ban on flights from China – the first country to do so – and declare a six-month state of emergency.
But there was squeamishness from some quarters about the tough action, and the Mayor of Florence, Dario Nardella, launched a “hug a Chinese’’ day on February 1, calling for “unity in the common battle’’ and decrying racism against Chinese people in Italy.
The move prompted Italians to hug Chinese people in the northern Italian city and post images on social media.

Italy is now suffering one of the worst coronavirus tragedies on the planet, with around 80,000 infections, and 8215 people have died, giving the country a death rate of around 10 per cent. More people have died in Italy than in China.

This is sadly what happens when identity politics trumps common sense.

But it’s not racist to identify a certain disease as coming from a particular part of the world. (As this piece from The Federalist demonstrates, there are a plethora of diseases named after the places in which they originated). And as we’ve seen, it’s also not racist to protect the borders of one’s country from any potential threat from the outside.

Because as we’re seeing, the alternative is not only irrational, but ultimately, deadly."




Anyone notice that the same fear of the word 'racism' gave us the previous President?
Nope its the conservatives pointing the finger and placing blame before they be blamed

kudos

one is the loneliest number


The article is pretty clear on how the Progressives are responsible in Italy....

I wonder why the best you can do in light of this:

"The first cases were detected in Italy on January 29 when two Chinese tourists fell ill in Rome. They had flown into Milan on a tour on January 23.
The diagnoses prompted Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte to immediately announce a ban on flights from China – the first country to do so – and declare a six-month state of emergency.
But there was squeamishness from some quarters about the tough action, and the Mayor of Florence, Dario Nardella, launched a “hug a Chinese’’ day on February 1, calling for “unity in the common battle’’ and decrying racism against Chinese people in Italy.
The move prompted Italians to hug Chinese people in the northern Italian city and post images on social media.

Italy is now suffering one of the worst coronavirus tragedies on the planet, with around 80,000 infections, and 8215 people have died, giving the country a death rate of around 10 per cent. More people have died in Italy than in China. "



Yet the typical Liberal/Progressive answer is "is not, isssssssss noooootttttttttt!!!!"



With lives in the balance, isn't it time for Progressives to pull their heads out of that dark and remote region?
I could not get the link to the Daily Telegraph to work.

Sorry. I am interested to read more on what the mayor said.
 
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"... the number of coronavirus deaths is a more accurate way of measuring the impact of the pandemic in each country. So, let's look at total confirmed deaths in descending order.



  1. Italy (9,134)
  2. Spain (4,934)
  3. Iran (2,378)
  4. France (1,698)
  5. USA (1,438)
  6. Germany (304) What the Media Isn't Telling You About the United States' Coronavirus Case Numbers 3/27
What is more telling is if you make New York it's own entity. Remove it from the U.S. and those numbers get much smaller.

New York somehow managed to become the target of the virus with ferocity.


We have an insane Democrat (is that redundant?) mayor who, on March 2,

"De Blasio haunted by weeks-old tweet urging people to 'get out on the town despite coronavirus'"



Remember.....“Trump already signed an order Jan. 31 barring entry to foreign nationals,…”
Trump sets new travel restrictions over coronavirus, considering southern border shutdown
...just 11 days after we found out about how contageous it was.




More proof of this thread title.
Yes, I started a thread that showed a number of those bastards throwing caution to the wind. Now New Jersey is chasing New Yorkers back into New York.

rightwinger tries to call it the Trumpvirus.

When in reality it is the CuomoVirus.

And they want to put him in the WH ??????????????/


Well......they did put Hussein in the White House......qualifications have nothing to do with their calculations.
 

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"... the number of coronavirus deaths is a more accurate way of measuring the impact of the pandemic in each country. So, let's look at total confirmed deaths in descending order.



  1. Italy (9,134)
  2. Spain (4,934)
  3. Iran (2,378)
  4. France (1,698)
  5. USA (1,438)
  6. Germany (304) What the Media Isn't Telling You About the United States' Coronavirus Case Numbers 3/27
What you are highliting is very disturbing.

I don't get the sensitivity of the Mayor of Florence.

Why would he basically stab his leader in the back ?

BTW: Do you know where to find statistics on Italy on a regional basis ?



Please note that the mayor's response.....fear of being labeled a 'racist'...whatever that means.....is the same fear that motivates most Liberals/Democrat voters.

In another thread...
Let’s begin with a challenge: aside from skin-color, what are the reasons that Barack Obama deserved the nomination to the presidency? If any Obama-voter can’t provide a cogent answer, it is proof of the charge that Liberals/Democrats use emotion rather than intellect in choosing a candidate. And the party knows how to use it: the only number greater than infinity is how often they used the term ‘racist.’ That's how they silenced any critiques.


It's a world-wide cudgel that Liberal use.



Stats in here:
That article you linked to was very informative.
 
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Does Trump get any credit or are we still awarding it, like the Nobel Prize was, to the guy who waited 6 months to declare the H1N1 a national emergency?

After all....he is black.....
 
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Does Trump get any credit or are we still awarding it, like the Nobel Prize was, to the guy who waited 6 months to declare the H1N1 a national emergency?

After all....he is black.....

Note which countries are at the top, and which at the very bottom.

What would the ingrate, Ilhan Obama....er, Ilhan Omar, have to say about that?
 

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