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Why are the number of deaths in the US so much larger even than comparably sized countries? One reason appears to be how slowly we reacted. 10s of thousands dead.
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🚨BlueVotr 🚨 May 16
Replying to @ASlavitt
One person's fault.......
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Grantholameaux May 16
Replying to @ASlavitt
Sure, but those masks are so nerdy. Amirite?
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Chudd Dwyer May 17
Zero self-awareness
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ΓΗΞ Δƞτι-Γʀυʍρ Δƞτι Fᴀ𝖼ɪ𝐬Ƭ May 16
Replying to @ASlavitt
Like trump said. If you don’t test, you don’t get anymore of those silly positive cases.
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Ms. Rubin, M.A.T. May 16
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Cause...🤔 Trump thought it was a hoax at 1st, then he thought it would just go away: like a tv show dimming to a commercial? Cause... 🤔 we have uneducated GOP politicians who think if they blame other people it will just take away the reality of it. is real --dah.
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David Jacobs May 17
Both parties failed - resisted closing things down early, Fauci said repeatedly to not wear masks..... the list goes on and on ....
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Ray R May 16
Replying to @ASlavitt
I guess the thinking is, They will not complain and we can still get their vote if we really try. Parscale has a plan.
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Eran Galperin May 16
Replying to @ASlavitt
I wonder what if we had started social distancing and wearing masks in late January (around the time first case was confirmed). Could we have potentially avoided shutting businesses down?
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Gia DeAngeville May 16
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If we had mass testing and contact tracing in place in January, for sure.
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