Monthly Archives: July 2020

COVID-19: Failure

Is Florida ready to re-open schools?

(data from Johns Hopkins Univ.)

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COVID loves Bars … and Churches … and Classrooms

COVID loves bars. Get lots of people together, indoors. Keep ’em together for hours. Love it! Go ahead, tell ’em to wear masks and practice “social distancing.” You did know they’re here to consume alcohol, right? How’s that “social distancing” workin’ for ya?

Hahahahahahahahaha!!! Yes, COVID loves bars.

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COVID-19: Florida Schools

It’s refreshing to see an interview of an erudite, educated person, conducted by a well-prepared journalist.

John Lewis: Wake Up!

Trump’s Wall

Mask Up, America

Fauci

Trump Lies about U.S. Mortality Rates

Yesterday, as the country was engulfed in a conflagration of coronavirus, Donald Trump had this to say:


“We have one of the lowest mortality rates anywhere,” the president said before pivoting to an attack on Barack Obama and Joe Biden, the presumptive 2020 Democratic nominee.

I went to Worldometer to look at how different countries are doing in their fight against COVID-19. In the table showing statistics for each nation, if you click on the header labelled “Deaths/1M population” it will sort the table by deaths per capita, in either ascending or descending order as you please. Deaths per capita — the total mortality rate — is an important clue who is doing best and who is doing worst.

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Timeline: Trump’s COVID-19 Response