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Republican Idiot Brigade Releases Dumbest COVID Claim

One thing you may have realized during the past 21 months is that Republicans have a lot of extremely stupid things to talk about COVID-19. Unfortunately, because the pandemic has lasted longer than anyone could have imagined, conservatives have had to play their game: nonsense from their mouths, from stupidity to historical irony. And it’s not the same as guaranteeing that women can decide what to do with their body or that democratic life to see another day, here’s a challenge they’re willing to accept, launching an official team of goofy commentators belonging to a study of people with head injuries.

Take it Marjorie Taylor Greene, a congresswoman needs no introduction, however, for the sake of good, we will simply say the words “The Jewish Space Laser. “Over the weekend, she took to Twitter, and in a thread to argue against COVID public health measures, she suggested that cancer is similarly airborne. “Every year more than 600,000 people in the US die from cancer. The country has never closed. Not a single school is closed,” said conspiracy theorists Written. “And every year, more than 600,000 people, of all ages and races, will continue to die from cancer.” She continued: “Since #COVID19 tracking began, more than 780,000 people have died in 22 months [months] in the US, but more than 1 million people still die from cancer, “added,” More people have died in 2021 since 2020 despite the Government [government] compulsory widespread use of vaccines, mass publicity, and trillions of dong spending. It’s time to take another fact-based approach. Covid mainly targets obese and elderly people. Shutdowns, masks and vaccines don’t stop working, it’s just government control. Ivermectin, monoclonal antibodies and other treatments are saving lives”.

While vulnerable people such as the elderly are more at risk of catching a severe case of COVID, the virus actually does not discriminate against whom it is transmitted; as The Independent notes, because the virus exists in droplet form, wearing a mask is a proven way to protect yourself, while ivermectin, commonly used as a dewormer for pets, Not. While Greene initially stated that being asked to disclose her vaccination status was HIPAA violation, she later brag she wasn’t injected because “I’m American.” She also enjoys refusing to wear a mask at work, having been fined more than $60,000 for not doing so in Congress, a mandate she has compared to the Holocaust. “You know, we can look back to a time in history where everyone was required to wear a gold star,” she said in May. “And they were certainly treated like second-class citizens, to the point of being put on trains and taken to gas chambers in Nazi Germany, and this is exactly the type of abuse. [House Speaker] Nancy Pelosi are talking about. ”

What other little bits of advice did Republicans have on COVID advice this weekend? Yes, on Saturday, Representative. Matt Gaetz suggested that people would be better off with the virus.

Meanwhile, on Sunday, Dr. Anthony Faucice Reply to Senator Ron JohnsonClaims he has “exaggerated” a disease that has killed more than three-quarters of a million people in the US, while Johnson says Dr Fauci has done “the same thing with AIDS”. (In fact, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases be censured by activist Larry Kramer, who later became his friend, for not doing enough about the early outbreak of AIDS.)

In related news, also on Sunday, NPR report that people who live in high-voted counties Donald Trump—A young man Greene, Gaetz, and Johnson would love to return to the White House in 2024 — was “nearly three times more likely to die from COVID-19 than people living in pre-presidential areas.” [Joe] Biden.

https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2021/12/republicans-covid-marjorie-taylor-greene-matt-gaetz-ron-johnson Republican Idiot Brigade Releases Dumbest COVID Claim

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