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rickgthf
Senior Advisor

You would think after a year & a half of Covid, ....

  You would think after a year & a half of Covid, people would smarten up but apparently not.  New cases have doubled, now tripled in Missouri & Arkansas, and are spreading into the low vaccination areas of southern Illinois.  Two hospitals in Missouri report hospitalizations up from 31 a month ago to 213 yesterday and running out of ventilators.  The Delta variant went from 9% to 30% to 75% in the space two weeks there where they're only 30% vaccinated.

   Health officials, there are expecting another huge surge in new cases following all the family parties and holiday parties.

  I guess they're just going to have to learn the hard way.

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r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: You would think after a year & a half of Covid, ....

If it were a real threat * would close the southern border like Trudeau did the northern one. It is either not a threat or he doesn't care how many Americans are killed.

rickgthf
Senior Advisor

Re: If Mexico was a real threat, there won't be ...

If Mexico was a real virus threat there won't be 151,000 airline flights scheduled to Mexico this summer with 23 million seats available, would there?  

  Besides,  there's way more Delta variant already here in the US than in Mexico.  And how many million doses of vaccine did the US send to Mexico because the Mexicans aren't stupid and refuse to get vaccinated?

  It can't be much of a problem if Ted Cruz thinks it's perfectly safe to vacation in Mexico, can it?

sdholloway56
Senior Advisor

Re: If Mexico was a real threat, there won't be ...

Trudeau should now open the border.

Nobody believes that cross border travel has anything to do with it at this point.

sdholloway56
Senior Advisor

Re: If Mexico was a real threat, there won't be ...

Not that there aren’t public health threats.

Drug resistant TB- primarily from Oaxaca and surrounding states- is a very real problem.

sam1wiseone
Senior Contributor

Re: If Mexico was a real threat, there won't be ...

Compare the ramp in cases in Mexico vs. Missouri.

Then checkout highly vax'ed UK.

Then look up the variants they think completely evade your "immunities".

Then look in the mirror at the idiot.

 

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: If Mexico was a real threat, there won't be ...


@rickgthf wrote:

If Mexico was a real virus threat there won't be 151,000 airline flights scheduled to Mexico this summer with 23 million seats available, would there?  

 


Now you are starting to catch on. * doesn't view the virus as a threat. If he did he would take action.

rickgthf
Senior Advisor

Re: I didn't say, " doesn't view ... as much..."

I didn't say, "doesn't view the virus as much of a threat", you did.   You, 3020, and  Sam, and trump are practically the only ones still telling people not to get vaccinated.  If, according to you it's not enough of a problem to get vaccinated then why are you so concerned about closing the border?

  Make up your mind, is the virus serious or not?

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: I didn't say, " doesn't view ... as much..."

And yet it is you who thinks anyone can cross our border without a vaccine. If covid is a deadly threat no one comes across our border without proof of vaccination. Vaccines for everyone EXCEPT ILLEGAL aliens.

cmilligan1958g
Senior Contributor

Re: I didn't say, " doesn't view ... as much..."

Whenever the Godless Marxist hoard emphatically and vehemently insist that you do what they want. Take it to the bank that you should do the exact opposite.  The protein platform in the vaccines are the perfect vehicle to place a biological weapon upon that will depopulate most of the human species.