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"I posted a lot of real scientific stuff," Don't flatter yourself. You're posting bullshit.
"The post with the UK retired supreme court judge, and that guy is not stoopid, was my last hope" He might not be stupid, but anybody who values a judge's opinion about a disease more than he values the advice of physicians certainly is.
"You are not talking to someone who came down with yesterdays rain btw" Yesterday's rain is today's fairy ring.
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but anybody who values a judge's opinion about a disease more than he values the advice of physicians
Physicians? There are plenty of physicians. Not all of them can speak up as they can be manipulated, and there is plenty of evidence of that happening. Many have risked their jobs to speak up about what is in fact really happening.
Here's an article about some people who ignored the virus, as told by someone who has tended to their last moments alive. These deaths are the fruit of the seeds of doubt Trump has planted, watered, and lovingly nurtured.
A traveling ICU nurse who has been treating COVID-19 patients said she often sees "regret" from her patients for not taking action to prevent contracting the virus. Lydia Mobley, who is a traveling nurse with Fastaff, which is deploying nurses across the country, told CBSN's Lana Zak that "a common thing we hear is they didn't think coronavirus was real, they didn't think it was serious."
"It's hard to watch someone struggling to breathe and see the regret that they have — the regret for just not wearing a mask, or maybe not going to a party, or maybe not going to that wedding or not going to that church service," Mobley said. "In the end, people are dying because they just didn't realize the seriousness of that situation. And It's hard to watch."