Don't like slavery, don't own one. Mind your own **** business.IkeBana » 01 Aug 2020, 12:03 pm » wrote: ↑
...IS NONE OF YOUR **** BUSINESS.
It is nobody's business beyond the business of the woman and her physician. Nobody is forcing you people to have an abortion, so mind your own business.
so while your a racist pro abortionist you are also support authoritarian policies. Got it.IkeBana » 01 Aug 2020, 12:14 pm » wrote: ↑
Your body is your choice until what you do with your body becomes a danger to others.
Can't wait to see the full interview on HBO Monday night.
Murder is a legal term. Anybody who's been caught and convicted of murdering anybody else is paying for it, or already has paid for it.
Do something about your grammar and punctuation. This doesn't make any sense.
oh hell racist, I said your Instead of you are. You’ll get over it.
Abortion is murderIkeBana » 01 Aug 2020, 2:47 pm » wrote: ↑
If a woman takes part in an illegal abortion I'm all for the prosecution of any such women or doctors or unlicensed back-alley abortionists.
But you belligerent ****...you really need to stop putting your words in other people's mouths.
You're the ignoramus who doesnt know the difference between your and you're. But we're supposed to pay any attention to your epidemiological analysis of covid-19?
if that is the best you got you ain’t that informed junior.
The death toll is greatly exaggerated. Many died with covid19, not from it. If an asymptomatic cancer patient tests positive for covid19 they are counting it. If a suicide tests positive then covid19 is listed as a comorbidity.Olivaw » 01 Aug 2020, 2:58 pm » wrote: ↑153.3K Americans dead.as of noon today. This chart from Johns Hopkins compares deaths per 100,000 people in the countries who have been least effective in combatting the virus.
DennisTheMenace » 01 Aug 2020, 4:24 am » wrote: ↑
I understand his position...the more you test, the more positives there will be. More testing/positives is not good for his reelection campaign.
Adolf Twitler doesn't give a ratz *** about the average American. It's perfectly clear.
President Donald Trump said in a new interview that there's such a thing as too much testing for coronavirus. When asked where he got his information from, the president said to "read the manuals" and "read the books."
"You know there are those that say you can test too much," Trump told Axios reporter Jonathan Swan in an interview set to air on Monday evening. "You do know that?"
"Who says that?" Swan asked.
"Oh, just read the manuals," the president replied. "Read the books."
"Manuals?" Swan pressed. "What manuals."
"Read the books, read the books," Trump repeated.
Watch a preview of the exchange below:
The president has repeatedly alternated between praising himself for the US expanding testing for coronavirus and claiming that testing is "overrated" and makes the country "look bad.
He's also falsely claimed that the US has the worst outbreak in the world because it does more testing and contact tracing than any other country.
"Somebody please tell Congressman Clyburn, who doesn't have a clue, that the chart he put up indicating more CASES for the U.S. than Europe, is because we do MUCH MORE testing than any other country in the World," Trump tweeted on Friday morning, during a House subcommittee hearing on the spread of COVID-19.
Trump's tweet came after South Carolina Rep. Jim Clyburn, who chairs the subcommittee, displayed a chart showing the spike in new cases in the US versus new cases in Europe.
The president repeated that claim during a roundtable event for seniors last month, saying, "If we stop testing right now, we'd have very few cases."And in May, he said during a meeting with Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds that "if we did very little testing, we wouldn't have the most cases. So, in a way, by doing all of this testing, we make ourselves look bad."
Public-health officials and scientific experts have pointed out that while the US has rapidly expanded its testing and contact-tracing ability, that alone doesn't account for the increase in new cases.
"That states are finding more cases relative to the amount of tests they are conducting provides the strongest rebuttal to the administration's assertion that case numbers are rising because we're getting better at finding cases through increased testing," Jennifer Nuzzo, an epidemiologist at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, wrote in The Washington Post last month.
"They tell us the opposite — that each of these states needs to do even more testing to find infections — followed by more rigorous contact tracing and isolation," Nuzzo added.
As of Friday afternoon, nearly 4.5 million people in the US had been infected with COVID-19 and over 152,000 had died as a result.
My research, which includes discussion with medical personnel, suggests that this is an urban myth. Medical personnel who misattribute death face severe disciplinary measures up to and including loss of license to practice.
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