Coronavirus in China

Ron Mexico

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You quoted CNN supposedly quoting the CDC, I quoted the actual CDC. Whom should we trust?
I'm just showing you where I got my information from 2 months ago when I posted that. Also the CDC showed the same number back then. I'm not sure why it's different now.
 

BabyPeterzz

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Curious Trumptards. Fox et al are going hard at Biden for sexual assault charges. You get why this is a pathetic political strategy....right?

I mean, grab em by the *****? I drink beer? Trump paid me off after I boned him?

Haha

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Wes Mantooth

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Almost 40,000 new cases yesterday. Not sure this is flattening like we think. The rate of new cases is slowing sure but man, if we decide to ease off socially distancing any sort of noticeable amount in the next month or two, I think that’s really bad news for hospitals.
 

JazzyFresh

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Have fun with this but as a person A) Im a man of my word B) I admit I when I am wrong

I think the number of cases is actually substantially higher than we think. 75,000,000 is plenty plausible. I bought the media hype that this was plague and the end was coming but in the end it's really not as dangerous as we were led to believe. @Red I apologize.

Peace bitches
 

infection

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People need to watch this. It shows you that Dr. Boyle is well qualified to speak about COVID-19:

https://articles.mercola.com/sites/...d=20200426Z1&et_cid=DM521257&et_rid=859142617
While I’m not one to immediately dismiss something because of association, and am a big proponent of letting arguments stand to be scrutinized on their own merits and not on something tangentially related, I still would have a significantly difficult time not being completely jaded with something associated with Mercola. It’s an hour long. What’s the tl;dw?
 

The Thriller

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I agree with Rudy, we need to get to the bottom of this. Who was president in 2017? They need to be held accountable for this!

 

The Thriller

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Maybe.

Now just stay with me here.

Maybe during a pandemic isn’t the right time for the president to tryout his comedic skills?

 

Eenie-Meenie

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While I’m not one to immediately dismiss something because of association, and am a big proponent of letting arguments stand to be scrutinized on their own merits and not on something tangentially related, I still would have a significantly difficult time not being completely jaded with something associated with Mercola. It’s an hour long. What’s the tl;dw?
The interview is with Dr. Boyle, who was the first to recognize that the virus was manufactured at the bio warfare lab in Wuhan. Not only was it funded by the U.S. and had U.S. scientists working there but Bill Gates was also one of the investors. And Mercola has a bad rep because of smears by the conventional medical community (which is controlled by the corrupt Big Pharma) but he's one of the top in the field in alternative healthcare.
 

Ron Mexico

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The interview is with Dr. Boyle, who was the first to recognize that the virus was manufactured at the bio warfare lab in Wuhan. Not only was it funded by the U.S. and had U.S. scientists working there but Bill Gates was also one of the investors. And Mercola has a bad rep because of smears by the conventional medical community (which is controlled by the corrupt Big Pharma) but he's one of the top in the field in alternative healthcare.
I think you mean first to suggest it. Although I doubt that, it was guessed right away. But it's still far from a fact that's what happened.
 

Wes Mantooth

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I just ran some numbers. Let’s say we spend 5 trillion on this stimulus. At $250,000 per house, you could build 20 million homes with that money. The average cost for a house in this country is about $226,000. There are only 14 million African-American families in the country. So in theory, every African-American family could have a brand new $357,000 house. Since many African-American families already own homes, and since that average cost is far above average, it wouldn’t cost near 5 trillion to do that.
Not sure what my thoughts are on that but it sort of makes you wonder how doing something like that would help poverty (we spend 1 trillion on welfare every year), economic equality, racism, education, and so forth. An interesting question to ponder. Are we spending money the wisest way possible?
 

Wes Mantooth

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And yes I’m well aware that a stimulus is independent of how I’m spitballing spending money.

But it seems as if the country could probably spend $300,000 on brand new homes for 10 million African-American families, give them $100,000 more each, and save x amount in welfare each year in doing so.
 

jazzVA

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we all know that drunk guy/gal talking senseless stupid **** at the end of the bar at 1:00am...
sound up!...
 
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