Will The Covid-19 Scare Tactics Cease After The November Elections? US Covid Deaths Are Only 2.6% Per Confirmed Cases

The Main Street Media (MSM) like CNN, MSNBC, CBS News, etc., have been scaring Americans with tales of horrors due to Covid-19, although the death rate is only 2.6% per confirmed Covid case.

Of course, number state and local governments have put their economies into lockdown causing extensive damage to the US economy and middle-income and lower-income households. Here is the cost to the US economy from government shutdowns.

As the Wall Street Journal noted, Joe Biden is the government shutdown … and mandated mask candidate.

News flash! Biden just announced that he will be hiding in his Delaware bunker until the election.

2 thoughts on “Will The Covid-19 Scare Tactics Cease After The November Elections? US Covid Deaths Are Only 2.6% Per Confirmed Cases

  1. Two members of my family died of Covid, so 2.6% means something very different to me. Increasingly, you’re sliding into the conspiratorial worlds of the nutjobs. This makes the rest of your content hard to true.

    This means nothing to you of course, but there it is.

    On Sun, Oct 25, 2020 at 6:37 PM Confounded Interest: Anthony B. Sanders wrote:

    > confoundedinterest17 posted: ” The Main Street Media (MSM) like CNN, > MSNBC, CBS News, etc., have been scaring Americans with tales of horrors > due to Covid-19, although the death rate is only 2.6% per confirmed Covid > case. Of course, number state and local governments have put t” >

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