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Tomi Lahren
Cases are gonna go up with more testing and people getting back to normal. The death rate is the only metric that should truly matter and it is low. Enough of this.
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Larry Jul 12
Replying to @TomiLahren
Fat is not beautiful, it will kill you. People who are obese/fat are at significantly higher risk of complications due to rona. Eat less, exercise, get good sleep, talk to doctor(they will tell you to lose weight). Build up your immunity. Lots more diseases coming, so start now!
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MBC ๐Ÿ‘ฉ๐Ÿผโ€๐Ÿซ Jul 12
A 6 weeks old infant died in Texas. Enough of this nonsense
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Scott Challeen Jul 12
Replying to @TomiLahren
If we had South Koreaโ€™s rate, we would only have had 1,870 deaths by now. We have over 137,000. The US and South Korea got their first cases on the same day, and they are a lot more densely populated than we are. Stop making excuses for incompetent government.
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ramcam ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ Jul 12
They are a tiny country compared to the USA. You are comparing apples to oranges but Iโ€™m sure you do t care about facts.
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David Weissman Jul 12
Replying to @TomiLahren
Exhibit A on why you trust the medical experts over pundits when it comes to understanding .
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MicroDoc Jul 12
The crux was that the virus debris registered with the overly sensitive test and therefore came back as โ€œpositiveโ€.ย It is likely that a large number of the daily reported infection numbers are purely due to viral debris.
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sara weeks Jul 12
Replying to @TomiLahren
32 percent couldn't make housing payments in July. The financial tightrope is going to break.
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United Earth Jul 12
Replying to @TomiLahren
I don't think I will listen to Goebbels Barbie over here.
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BHill Jul 12
Replying to @TomiLahren
Death rate is a LAGGING INDICATOR of cases!! Try to keep up.
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Faceplant Into Rock Jul 12
Replying to @TomiLahren
How many deaths per day are acceptable to you?
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Paulina Banda Jul 13
Also, I saw a Dr who had worked for over 100 days non stop! The toll on Health Care Workers, does that matter to these people?
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