Stanford Study: Trump rallies caused 30K cases & 700 deaths

twenty02

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You read huff post. Explains a lot
Here's the actual paper. Not peer reviewed so really have no comment.

 

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87.56% of your posts read like a Trump apologist. Then you sprinkle in your “dislike” for him. Go figure.
I’d be okay with about 87 percent of trump. It’s the 13 percent that’s a bitch. The problem is I don’t like lockdowns and taxes either. Both are bad for biz. So the alternative brings me no joy either
 
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Did the article published by Stanford on Biden’s tax plan show up on your huffpo social media feed?
Here you go -- an article by the socialists at FoxBusiness News.


The socialists will make you feel better.
 
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I’d be okay with about 87 percent of trump. It’s the 13 percent that’s a bitch. The problem is I don’t like lockdowns and taxes either. Both are bad for biz. So the alternative brings me no joy either
For your own sake, open your mind to the simple truth that mask wearing is a viable alternative to lockdowns. Remind yourself that Trump is a lie factory fear-mongering about Biden lockdowns.

Love yourself. Be kind to yourself. You needn’t hate Trump (the obvious solution), just extinguish him from your existence permanently.
 

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For your own sake, open your mind to the simple truth that mask wearing is a viable alternative to lockdowns. Remind yourself that Trump is a lie factory fear-mongering about Biden lockdowns.

Love yourself. Be kind to yourself. You needn’t hate Trump (the obvious solution), just extinguish him from your existence permanently.
Lol. Did you have a stroke? I’ve always been a mask proponent.
 

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Then why are you on the fear-the-lockdown bandwagon?
I'd like to see some data that actually shows that "lock- down", whatever that may mean, is effective.

Many state governments aren't publicly releasing detailed data on where infections are occurring. A few states are.... and it seems to mostly be just personal interactions within their own social groups, at people's homes, e.t.c... I don't think shutting down businesses is a viable solution on and off again for another 18+ months.
 

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I'd like to see some data that actually shows that "lock- down", whatever that may mean, is effective.

Many state governments aren't publicly releasing detailed data on where infections are occurring. A few states are.... and it seems to mostly be just personal interactions within their own social groups, at people's homes, e.t.c... I don't think shutting down businesses is a viable solution on and off again for another 18+ months.
the fact that some morons are equating mask wearing or distancing with lockdowns is ridiculous. The societal costs are considerably different.
 

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The problem is I don’t like lockdowns and taxes either. Both are bad for biz.
Allowing a pandemic to run unchecked is worse.

Eventually we have to go to the playbook and will need to shut down for a few weeks to get it in check. Then we can do pinpointed lockdowns after.

Maybe, let the experts and professionals do their f**king jobs and quit whining about it. .
 

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I’d be okay with about 87 percent of trump. It’s the 13 percent that’s a bitch. The problem is I don’t like lockdowns and taxes either. Both are bad for biz. So the alternative brings me no joy either
He's been pushing herd mentality. That'll cost the 2 million he saved closing the screen door on China
 

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Allowing a pandemic to run unchecked is worse.

Eventually we have to go to the playbook and will need to shut down for a few weeks to get it in check. Then we can do pinpointed lockdowns after.

Maybe, let the experts and professionals do their f**king jobs and quit whining about it. .
moot issue chief. old white guys like me relinquished power and control. we're innocent bystanders now.
 
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That's an unusually dumb thing to say.

Is this what you're beaming happiness and sunshine looks like? ;)
an unusually hyperbolic generalization. sure. dumb. no. today's a great day. 72 degrees in stl. fall in full. Continue to snipe away
 
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Employment and economics are only part of the lockdown issue. The impact of lockdowns on child development and broader behavioral health of humans is also a huge piece.
of course you're right. the consequences of these lockdowns are horrific. the world poverty figures are heart-rending. the long term insidious health consequences of lockdowns are also pronounced. on and on. the parrots on here are stuck with partisan adherence so lose the forest for the trees, per usual
 

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an unusually hyperbolic generalization. sure. dumb. no. today's a great day. 72 degrees in stl. fall in full.
Unusual? No. Dumb? Yeah.

Leaves off the trees yet or still colors galore? A real fall is probably the thing I miss most about no longer living in the Midwest.
 

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So, you're a freelance escort. Sorry.

(I am just kidding. Please take this post in the joshing spirit in which it was intended, and which I am trying to promote in an effort to build unity.)
I would gladly charge a young lady for escort services if any would have me.

That would make a great retirement job!
 

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