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    My Republican Father Did Not Have To Die His Death Is On Trump Hands = Prosecute Trump YES

    "He, like so many others, would not have died if American leaders — President Trump and governors like Ducey — hadn’t been so cavalier about pushing consumers to spend money. They have blood on their hands. "


    https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlo...ge%2Fstory-ans

    ‘If you don’t have an underlying health condition, it’s safe out there,” Gov. Doug Ducey told Arizonans in late May, hoping to stimulate the economy. Those words were also a death sentence for Dad, a healthy and exuberant 65-year-young man named Mark Anthony Urquiza.

    He, like so many others, would not have died if American leaders — President Trump and governors like Ducey — hadn’t been so cavalier about pushing consumers to spend money. They have blood on their hands.

    When a shelter-in-place order took effect in March, both my parents believed in mask-wearing and social distancing. I work to reduce zoonotic transmission of disease by protecting tropical rainforests from deforestation, so I’d been talking to them about the coronavirus for months. We watched in horror as New York brought in refrigerated trucks and dug mass graves.

    I was particularly worried for their safety because of who they are and where they live. The data shows that Latino people are three times more likely than White people to contract coronavirus and twice as likely to die of it. My dad, a Mexican American, was a front-line worker in the manufacturing industry. Like most people of color, he didn’t have the luxury of simply working from home or taking a leave of absence. Not working meant not getting a paycheck. He was part of the skeleton crew that kept the economy going, until he was furloughed in late April.

    I also suspected that Maryvale, the Phoenix neighborhood where I grew up and where my parents still lived, would become a hot spot: Public health crises explode in the poorest Zip codes, the communities suffering most from government disinvestment.

    Maryvale is more than 75 percent Hispanic, with 30 percent of its residents medically uninsured; about 28 percent live below the federal poverty line. By June, when Arizona outnumbered cases per capita globally, my parents’ Zip code was the state’s epicenter.

    Meanwhile, testing was woefully inaccessible, leaving people standing in lines for 13 hours — in 115-degree weather — in hopes of getting a test.

    Americans collectively honor ‘warriors,’ but that doesn’t extend to coronavirus casualties

    But by the time Arizona started to reopen on May 15, I couldn’t compete with the message coming out of the White House, projected across cable news and reinforced by Ducey. Dad was a Republican. He watched Fox News, and he had voted for Ducey and Trump.

    When they told him not to live in fear, that very few people would catch the disease, that its effects weren’t serious, he believed them.
    Last edited by Razoo; 08-02-20 at 05:37 AM.

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    Re: My Republican Father Did Not Have To Die His Death Is On Trump Hands = Prosecute Trump YES

    The blood is on this man's family. They didn't take of their father.

    Sorry.

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    Re: My Republican Father Did Not Have To Die His Death Is On Trump Hands = Prosecute Trump YES

    Quote Originally Posted by Razoo View Post
    "He, like so many others, would not have died if American leaders — President Trump and governors like Ducey — hadn’t been so cavalier about pushing consumers to spend money. They have blood on their hands. "


    https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlo...ge%2Fstory-ans

    ‘If you don’t have an underlying health condition, it’s safe out there,” Gov. Doug Ducey told Arizonans in late May, hoping to stimulate the economy. Those words were also a death sentence for Dad, a healthy and exuberant 65-year-young man named Mark Anthony Urquiza.

    He, like so many others, would not have died if American leaders — President Trump and governors like Ducey — hadn’t been so cavalier about pushing consumers to spend money. They have blood on their hands.

    When a shelter-in-place order took effect in March, both my parents believed in mask-wearing and social distancing. I work to reduce zoonotic transmission of disease by protecting tropical rainforests from deforestation, so I’d been talking to them about the coronavirus for months. We watched in horror as New York brought in refrigerated trucks and dug mass graves.

    I was particularly worried for their safety because of who they are and where they live. The data shows that Latino people are three times more likely than White people to contract coronavirus and twice as likely to die of it. My dad, a Mexican American, was a front-line worker in the manufacturing industry. Like most people of color, he didn’t have the luxury of simply working from home or taking a leave of absence. Not working meant not getting a paycheck. He was part of the skeleton crew that kept the economy going, until he was furloughed in late April.

    I also suspected that Maryvale, the Phoenix neighborhood where I grew up and where my parents still lived, would become a hot spot: Public health crises explode in the poorest Zip codes, the communities suffering most from government disinvestment.

    Maryvale is more than 75 percent Hispanic, with 30 percent of its residents medically uninsured; about 28 percent live below the federal poverty line. By June, when Arizona outnumbered cases per capita globally, my parents’ Zip code was the state’s epicenter.

    Meanwhile, testing was woefully inaccessible, leaving people standing in lines for 13 hours — in 115-degree weather — in hopes of getting a test.

    Americans collectively honor ‘warriors,’ but that doesn’t extend to coronavirus casualties

    But by the time Arizona started to reopen on May 15, I couldn’t compete with the message coming out of the White House, projected across cable news and reinforced by Ducey. Dad was a Republican. He watched Fox News, and he had voted for Ducey and Trump.

    When they told him not to live in fear, that very few people would catch the disease, that its effects weren’t serious, he believed them.
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    Thank the anti-American ALEC GOP for COVID 19 plus 150,000 deaths. The ALEC GOP did nothing for more than 3 years .

    It did not need to be this way!!! The ALEC GOP is still lying.

    The Trump administration ill-prepared for a global pandemic
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/natio...a08_story.html

    The Trump administration failed to fill crucial public health positions across the government, leaving the nation ill-prepared to face one of its greatest potential threats:


    Trump was warned in January of Covid-19's devastating impact, memos reveal

    Economic adviser gave worst-case scenario of 500,000 deaths --- Trump claimed no one could have predicted disease’s severity
    Trump was warned in January of Covid-19's devastating impact, memos reveal | World news | The Guardian

    Dr. Fauci Warned In 2017 Of ‘Surprise Outbreak’ During Trump Years...
    Dr. Fauci Warned In 2017 Of ‘Surprise Outbreak’ During Trump Administration | HuffPost

    Dr. Anthony Fauci, the U.S. government’s top infectious disease specialist, warned in early 2017 that a “surprise outbreak” would occur during the Trump administration,
    and he said that more needed to be done to prepare for a pandemic.

    Did Dr. Fauci Predict a Serious Pandemic During Trump’s Presidency — in 2017?
    Fact Checks, Viral Content / By Kim LaCapria / April 1, 2020

    Claim :In January 2017, Dr. Anthony Fauci predicted a serious pandemic during U.S. President Donald Trump's tenure in office.

    Rating:True
    Dr. Fauci Warned In 2017 Of ‘Surprise Outbreak’ During Trump Administration | HuffPost

    It did not need to be this way!!! The ALEC GOP is still ill prepared.

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    Re: My Republican Father Did Not Have To Die His Death Is On Trump Hands = Prosecute Trump YES

    The GOP admin caused this pandemic economic crisis by ignoring their responsibility to keep the federal emergency preparedness inventory stocked up.*

    Trump admin was advised in early 2017 by the military of this issue then the GOP turned a blind eye to the matter.*

    The Obama admin also advised Trump in late 2016.*

    Now nearly 150,000 humans have died due to GOP neglect. Is this murder or homicide?

    About stimulus money which belongs to the taxpayers NOT elected officials and it is the taxpayers that put this money back into the economy almost immediately by way of groceries, car payments, shoes for the children, house repairs, health care etc etc etc.*

    Taxpayers want our money WE did not ask for COVID 19 which has created massive unemployment. *Republicans screwed up big time.

    Pres Trump apparently thought pandemics was just going to be another word in his limited vocabulary.

    All still unemployed deserve extended benefits until further notice or until citizen taxpayers are called back to work in a safe environment.

    The lions share of citizens prefer a paycheck as opposed to unemployment benefits.
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    Re: My Republican Father Did Not Have To Die His Death Is On Trump Hands = Prosecute Trump YES

    Quote Originally Posted by Razoo View Post
    "He, like so many others, would not have died if American leaders — President Trump and governors like Ducey — hadn’t been so cavalier about pushing consumers to spend money. They have blood on their hands. "


    https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlo...ge%2Fstory-ans

    ‘If you don’t have an underlying health condition, it’s safe out there,” Gov. Doug Ducey told Arizonans in late May, hoping to stimulate the economy. Those words were also a death sentence for Dad, a healthy and exuberant 65-year-young man named Mark Anthony Urquiza.

    He, like so many others, would not have died if American leaders — President Trump and governors like Ducey — hadn’t been so cavalier about pushing consumers to spend money. They have blood on their hands.

    When a shelter-in-place order took effect in March, both my parents believed in mask-wearing and social distancing. I work to reduce zoonotic transmission of disease by protecting tropical rainforests from deforestation, so I’d been talking to them about the coronavirus for months. We watched in horror as New York brought in refrigerated trucks and dug mass graves.

    I was particularly worried for their safety because of who they are and where they live. The data shows that Latino people are three times more likely than White people to contract coronavirus and twice as likely to die of it. My dad, a Mexican American, was a front-line worker in the manufacturing industry. Like most people of color, he didn’t have the luxury of simply working from home or taking a leave of absence. Not working meant not getting a paycheck. He was part of the skeleton crew that kept the economy going, until he was furloughed in late April.

    I also suspected that Maryvale, the Phoenix neighborhood where I grew up and where my parents still lived, would become a hot spot: Public health crises explode in the poorest Zip codes, the communities suffering most from government disinvestment.

    Maryvale is more than 75 percent Hispanic, with 30 percent of its residents medically uninsured; about 28 percent live below the federal poverty line. By June, when Arizona outnumbered cases per capita globally, my parents’ Zip code was the state’s epicenter.

    Meanwhile, testing was woefully inaccessible, leaving people standing in lines for 13 hours — in 115-degree weather — in hopes of getting a test.

    Americans collectively honor ‘warriors,’ but that doesn’t extend to coronavirus casualties

    But by the time Arizona started to reopen on May 15, I couldn’t compete with the message coming out of the White House, projected across cable news and reinforced by Ducey. Dad was a Republican. He watched Fox News, and he had voted for Ducey and Trump.

    When they told him not to live in fear, that very few people would catch the disease, that its effects weren’t serious, he believed them.
    If one goes to High Wired News it has been determined that COVID 19 is not as severe as we have been led to believe, there is treatment available NOW that reduces hospital stay to 5 days and that a money trail has been getting in the way of the truth.

    Does the data dictate putting America in Quarantine? NO

    What’s the real death rate of Coronavirus? Did patients die from COVID, did patients have COVID 19 or were their immune systems compromised to begin with?
    Interesting.
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    Re: My Republican Father Did Not Have To Die His Death Is On Trump Hands = Prosecute Trump YES

    If one goes to High Wired News it has been determined that COVID 19 is not as severe as we have been led to believe, there is treatment available NOW that reduces hospital stay to 5 days and that a money trail has been getting in the way of the truth.

    Does the data dictate putting America in Quarantine? NO

    What’s the real death rate of Coronavirus? Did patients die from COVID, did patients have COVID 19 or were their immune systems compromised to begin with?

    YES I got duped ..... no question about it.

    What is more interesting is information implying that Trump and others have been investing in so called "treatments" that do not affect COVID 19 which I assume is
    why Trump keeps pushing info on his TV time. I would think this could be illegal.

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