Make Lying Wrong Again! Wrote:
> ^^^ I do not speak incel? Hahahaha!
> Cannot stop laughing at you!!
> Trump said the current number of COVID-19 cases in
> the U.S. is “going very substantially down, not
> up.” But the Centers for Disease Control and
> Prevention has said to expect more cases and has
> warned that it is highly unlikely that the virus
> will not spread to some degree within the U.S. The
> first case of community spread may have already
> Economic adviser Larry Kudlow also misled on the
> potential for the virus to spread within the U.S.,
> saying in a television interview, “We have
> contained this,” and “t’s pretty close to
> The president said that the U.S. is “rapidly
> developing a vaccine” for COVID-19 and “will
> essentially have a flu shot for this in a fairly
> quick manner.” That’s misleading. The director
> of the National Institute of Allergy and
> Infectious Diseases said a vaccine at best won’t
> be ready for “a year to a year-and-a-half” and
> won’t be available for the current epidemic.
> So far, the fatality rate for COVID-19 has been
> about 2-3%, higher than the influenza fatality
> rate in the United States of about 0.1%. But in
> talking about those rates, the president made
> confusing remarks that left a false impression
> that “the flu is much higher” than the
> coronavirus rate.
> Trump’s acting secretary of the Department of
> Homeland Security, Chad Wolf, falsely claimed this
> week that the influenza fatality rate was “right
> around 2% as well.” It’s not.
> In making a comparison to a past outbreak, the
> president correctly noted that Ebola is far more
> deadly than the novel coronavirus. But he
> neglected to mention that Ebola can only be
> transmitted via bodily fluids and is harder to
> So many lies.
Somebody still angry ;-)