- Feb 11, 2013
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You are obviously mischaracterizing what I said. I am clearly calling the people who refuse to make the simple sacrifices required to win against this virus, like wearing masks and social distancing pathetic, whiny weaklings, not people who have lost jobs, savings, or businesses. Those people have legitimate financial problems as a result of this pandemic that are not their fault and are out of their control, and they deserve help from all of us. In the spirit of collective sacrifice in the face of a disaster, we should all do what we can for them, and our government should also help them get back on their feet. Likewise, in the spirit of collective sacrifice, we should all do what we can to prevent the spread of the virus, like wear a mask in public when social distancing is not possible. So easy.A blatantly false narrative. The data says something completely different. https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid_weekly/index.htm
BTW the graph for hospitalizations looks the same.
It’s a shame that you call Americans who have lost their jobs, their savings, and businesses that they worked a lifetime to build “pathetic, whiney weaklings”. Truly shameful.
BTW, Your link doesn’t have anything to do with what I was talking about. Zero relevance to wearing masks.