Thursday, November 25, 2021

NYT Admits More Coronavirus Deaths Under Biden ‘Despite Vaccines’: Joe Biden in 2020: ‘anyone who is responsible for that many deaths should not remain as President of the United States of America' ... Hey Joe, WHEN CAN WE EXPECT YOUR RESIGNATION?, and other C-Virus related stories

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New York Times Admits More Coronavirus Deaths Under Joe Biden ‘Despite Vaccines’:
The New York Times delivered a dire statistic the day before Thanksgiving, admitting more people in the United States have died of the Chinese coronavirus this year, under President Joe Biden’s leadership, than last year, despite the widespread availability of vaccines.
The Times cited the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Tuesday figures, which reported 386,233 coronavirus related fatalities in the U.S. for 2021. In all of 2020, the U.S. recorded 385,343 fatalities. The former figure is only expected to rise, as there is still over one month left of the year.
Citing “experts,” the Times attributed the increased fatalities this year on a “confluence of factors,” focusing primarily on what it described as “crucially lower-than-needed vaccination rates, but also the relaxation of everyday precautions, like masks and social distancing, and the rise of the highly contagious Delta variant.”
Per the Times:
Essentially, public health experts said, many Americans are behaving as though Covid-19 is now a manageable, endemic disease rather than a crisis — a transition that will happen eventually but has not happened yet.

Yet many are also refusing to get vaccinated in the numbers required to make that transition to what scientists call “endemicity,” which would mean the virus would still circulate at a lower level with periodic increases and decreases, but not spike in the devastating cycles that have characterized the pandemic. Just 59 percent of Americans are fully vaccinated, the lowest rate of any Group of 7 nation.
However, placing the blame on “lower-than-needed vaccination rates” appears to defy logic, as the vaccine has been widely available for the bulk of the year. --->READ MORE HERE
Joe Biden references U.S. coronavirus death toll topping 220,000 in his first debate answer:
"If you hear nothing else I say tonight, hear this...Anyone who is responsible for that many deaths should not remain as president of the United States of America"


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